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Friday, July 6, 2012
SEC lunch links
By ESPN.com staff
Our Friday stroll around the league:
Tommy Hicks of The Mobile Press-Register
ranks Ole Miss' SEC schedule the toughest in 2012
and Vanderbilt's the easiest.
Former Georgia tailback
Isaiah Crowell chooses to transfer to Alabama State
over the junior college route.
Michael Myers' winding road
leads him back to Hinds Community College.
Mississippi State tight end
Marcus Green is granted a sixth year of eligibility
by the NCAA.
Kentucky must find regular success
against the "Benchmark Four," writes Mark Story of The Lexington Herald-Leader.
Arkansas running back
Knile Davis comes in at No. 11
on The Gainesville Sun's countdown of the SEC's top 25 players for the 2012 season.
Heralded defensive end signee
Jonathan Bullard is close to being cleared
to enroll at Florida, reports Robbie Andreu of The Gainesville Sun.
Auburn is building on
another nationally-ranked signing class
, writes Doug Segrest of The Birmingham News.
The NCAA rules that former Auburn tailback
Michael Dyer will have to sit out this season
at Arkansas State.
New Texas A&M athletic director
Eric Hyman is in no hurry to make decisions