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Tuesday, December 18, 2012
SEC lunch links
By Chris Low
Checking on what's making news in the SEC:
Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel
adds the Associated Press Player of the Year Award to his collection.
Former Auburn coach
Gene Chizik and his wife, Jonna, gave a special gift
to a young girl battling a brain tumor.
Nick Saban says he doesn't think it would be fair for him
to leave Alabama for another coaching job
recruits coaches to Alabama
as well as he does players, writes Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News.
Malcolm Mitchell is conflicted about his role
as a "two-way player."
LSU hopes to find a balance
in its running and passing games.
Missouri freshman safety
Ka'ra Stewart was arrested Monday
on suspicion of marijuana possession.
Ole Miss is using caution with
quarterback Bo Wallace's shoulder injury
Mississippi State feeds off of
Josh Robinson's energy
Former Arkansas defensive coordinator
Paul Haynes reportedly lands the Kent State head-coaching job
Joker Phillips won't coach the Florida receivers
during bowl practices and the bowl game.