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Friday, October 23, 2009
Lunchtime links: Spikes may not play
By ESPN.com staff
Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
A little Friday linkage from the world of SEC football:
Florida senior linebacker
Brandon Spikes is "50-50"
for the Mississippi State game with his lingering groin injury, according to Florida coach Urban Meyer.
Meyer says the SEC made the right call
in suspending the officiating crew that made the personal foul call on Arkansas' Malcolm Sheppard.
Alabama passing attack
that had been sizzling is suddenly fizzling, writes Don Kausler Jr. of The Birmingham News.
LSU senior running back
Charles Scott is ready to turn it loose
this second half of the season.
After some solid practices this week, South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier wants to see quarterback
Stephen Garcia play with more confidence
Mississippi State defensive end
Pernell McPhee is fired up and ready to go
against the school he grew up a fan of down in Pahokee, Fla.
Chirpy defensive end
Kentrell Lockett has emerged as the leader
of Ole Miss' talented defensive line, writes David Brandt of The Jackson Clarion-Ledger.
Bobby Petrino is reprimanded by the SEC
for comments he made about the officials on his television show.
Auburn must step up
to stave off a collapse in the second half of the season, writes Tommy Hicks of The Mobile Press-Register.