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Friday, May 24, 2013
SEC lunch links
By Chris Low
We wrap up the week with a few Friday links:
SI.com's Andy Staples examines what would be the
best approach for the SEC's new schedule models
Florida-Miami game next season
on Sept. 7 has been set for a noon kickoff on ESPN.
Florida lands a commitment
from tight end Cyontai Lewis of Tuscaloosa, Ala. The Gators now have eight commitments for the 2014 class.
Butch Jones is quickly
winning over Tennessee fans
, writes David Climer of The Tennessean.
LSU senior associate athletic director
Herb Vincent is leaving for a job with the SEC
Former LSU star
Tyrann Mathieu signs a deal with the Arizona Cardinals
that would cost him money if he's dismissed from the team for drug use.
Safety/linebacker Josh Harvey-Clemons is No. 6 on The Macon Telegraph's
10 most important players for Georgia in 2013
The Georgia board approves
$1.25 million for Sanford Stadium upgrades