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Thursday, January 16, 2014
SEC lunchtime links
By David Ching
Lots of coaches are taking their talents to new locations these days. Let's take a look at what is happening around the SEC.
It looks like new defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt will
completely rebuild Georgia's defensive staff
following the departures of two assistant coaches on Wednesday.
Auburn's Gus Malzahn was named the
Paul “Bear” Bryant National Coach of the Year
Steve Spurrier and his staff at South Carolina
are getting raises
With signing day three weeks away, Auburn's coaching staff is trying to
“put the hammer down”
on the recruiting trail.
New offensive line coach Mike Summers says he's
thrilled to be at Florida
The Tennessean's Jeff Lockridge asks whether
Stanford's way will become the way
for another academically oriented football program, Vanderbilt.
Former Commodores coach James Franklin insisted in multiple media appearances that
recruits commit to a coach
, not to a school.
set its spring game date
for April 19.
Mississippi State's leading tackler
announced in a YouTube video
that he will return for his junior season.
A teammate tweeted that Texas A&M offensive lineman
(6-foot-5, 300 pounds)
ran a 4.7 time
in the 40-yard dash on Wednesday.
Former Virginia Tech and Auburn assistant Jeff Grimes is
taking over as offensive line coach