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Wednesday, March 30, 2011
SEC lunch links
By ESPN.com staff
Scouring the SEC for what's making headlines:
Auburn should worry
if the former players' charges on HBO are true, writes Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News.
Florida athletic director
Jeremy Foley has been named to a task force
to determine whether the Fiesta Bowl will remain a part of the BCS system.
Florida redshirt freshman running back
Mack Brown is out for three months
after breaking his fibula, leaving the Gators even thinner at running back.
South Carolina starting point guard
Bruce Ellington says he missed football
too much to stay away.
LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne is used to
operating under the radar
Vanderbilt receivers Chris Boyd, Jordan Matthews and Jonathan Krause hope a new coach and new offense
mean more opportunities
Brey Cook is learning on the job
as one of the Hogs' first-team offensive tackles.
Michael Williams is looking to distinguish himself as
Alabama's next tight end
His knee on the mend, Tennessee linebacker
Greg King is ready to go for it