Monday, October 12, 2009
Lunchtime links: Meyer leaned on other coaches
By Chris Low
Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
A few SEC links to munch on:
Florida coach Urban Meyer leaned on the advice of former and current coaches as to whether to play star quarterback Tim Tebow last week.
Kentucky quarterback Mike Hartline doesn't have any ACL damage, and could return by the end of the season.
Despite top recruiting classes, Georgia is a football program in decline, writes Mark Bradley of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Things have changed a bit for Chris Smelley. This time last year, he was the Gamecocks' quarterback. He's now at Alabama pursuing a baseball career.
Tennessee coach Lane Kiffin and the Vols are still looking for answers on kickoff coverage.
Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt says the Rebels have to be tougher and more disciplined up front.
Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen isn't saying whether quarterback Chris Relf will play this week. Relf was suspended for the Houston game.
LSU's season-long offensive struggles reached a new low in the 13-3 loss to Florida, writes Randy Rosetta of The Baton Rouge Advocate.