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Friday, April 1, 2011
SEC lunch links
By ESPN.com staff
It's Friday, and April is here. Anybody up for some SEC links?:
Chris Rainey is ready to thrive
in Florida's new pro-style offense.
Mark McCarter of The Huntsville Times writes that stipends for college football and basketball players would
thwart some overzealous boosters
Alabama offensive coordinator
Jim McElwain receives a $100,000 raise
and will earn $510,000 next season.
Ole Miss defensive end
Kentrell Lockett gets his sixth season of eligibility
from the NCAA.
Mark Bradley of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution wonders if the
Chick-fil-A Bowl might replace the Fiesta Bowl
in the BCS.
Tennessee defensive coordinator
Justin Wilcox is boosting his defensive playbook
Chris Davenport makes the move
from defensive tackle to offensive tackle.
Defensive tackle Robert Thomas took the
long route to Arkansas
Some notes and observations from
Auburn's sixth spring practice
First-year Georgia offensive line coach
Will Friend likes the size of his guys up front