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Monday, May 23, 2011
SEC lunch links
By ESPN.com staff
Good Monday to everyone. Here are a few links to munch on:
Incoming freshman Brandon Shell
plans to dive right into the competition for South Carolina's starting left tackle job.
felony charge is dropped
against Ole Miss signee Tobias Singleton as long as he complies with certain conditions.
Seth Emerson of The Macon Telegraph has a
Q&A with SEC commissioner Mike Slive
Jon Solomon of The Birmingham News writes that the details will be what's important in any kind of
oversigning legislation that is handed down
by the SEC.
John Clay of The Lexington Herald-Leader wonders if
Year No. 2 under Joker Phillips
will calm some of the uneasiness in the Bluegrass.
Florida is in search of
some impact linebackers
Matt Murschel of The Orlando Sentinel wonders if the SEC can
dominate the BCS once again