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Friday, October 7, 2011
SEC lunch links
By ESPN.com staff
Linking our way around the SEC on a Friday:
Georgia coach Mark Richt
closes in on the century mark
Florida knows any success it's going to have against LSU
starts in the offensive line
Kentucky offensive coordinator Randy Sanders is the
same guy fans used to love
, writes John Clay of The Lexington Herald-Leader.
Defensive pressure has been the
secret to Vanderbilt's interception spree
James Carmon ups his stock
with his move to offensive guard.
Ole Miss' Jeff Scott may be small, but he's
putting up big numbers
Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson gets
another shot at Auburn
Senior defensive end
Jake Bequette is "ready to go"
against Auburn, says Arkansas coach Bobby Petrino.
South Carolina's "whole offense"
supports Connor Shaw
, who steps in for Stephen Garcia as the Gamecocks' starting quarterback.
Trent Richardson is starting to make his move
in the Heisman Trophy race.
Devrin Young has a very clear mission
, to protect the football.
The running game
revives Auburn's offense
LSU's Russell Shepard is
working his way back to form