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Monday, October 3, 2011
SEC lunch links
By ESPN.com staff
Checking to see what's making news around the SEC:
Tennessee takes a
few steps in its running game
With Cornelius Washington suspended, Georgia true freshman
Ray Drew could get his shot
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier hints that a
change is coming at quarterback
Ole Miss quarterback Randall Mackey
makes the most of his chance
Mississippi State's Dan Mullen says to
point the fingers at the Bulldogs' coaches
for their 0-3 start in the SEC.
Kentucky is still searching
for any semblance of offense.
Auburn's Mike Dyer might be beaten up, but he's going to
keep getting the football
Alabama's pass defense stiffens
after giving up the early touchdown to Florida.
With questions hovering at quarterback, Florida's going to need even
more from its running game
LSU's Les Miles is looking ahead
in playing Jordan Jefferson so early.
Arkansas does a lot of growing up
in its dramatic comeback win over Texas A&M.