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Thursday, March 31, 2011
SEC lunch links
By ESPN.com staff
A twirl around the SEC:
The door is open for Ole Miss redshirt freshman receiver Vincent Sanders to become a
big part of the Rebels' offense
search is on at Mississippi State
to find Pernell McPhee's replacement at defensive end.
Can John Jenkins do for Georgia
what Terrence Cody did for Alabama at noseguard?
Former South Carolina tight end
Weslye Saunders is working his way back
Mike Berardino of The South Florida Sun-Sentinel writes that former Auburn player
Stanley McClover deserves praise
for blowing the whistle on the Tigers.
A rebuilding year is likely on the way for
Auburn's linebacker corps
Alabama is proceeding with caution
at the safety position this spring.
Alabama defensive end Damion Square
, his knee brace gone, is back on track.
Florida picks up its second commitment
from a defensive lineman in a week -- Quinteze Williams of Tyrone, Ga.