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Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Lunchtime links: Tebow defends Super Bowl ad
By Chris Low
Some SEC football treats to munch on:
Former Florida quarterback Tim
Tebow defends his upcoming Super Bowl anti-abortion advertisement
despite growing criticism.
Ellis Johnson, South Carolina's assistant head coach for the defense, is about to get a
raise that would take him to $700,000 per year
, reports Joe Person of The State newspaper.
Ole Miss offensive coordinator Kent Austin is
leaving to take the Cornell head coaching job
Tennessee coach Derek Dooley has still
yet to sign a memorandum of understanding
, but his focus has been recruiting.
Former Arkansas offensive guard
Mitch Petrus has turned some heads
during the early practices at the Senior Bowl.
Former Alabama star Jeremiah Castille
works to strengthen personal and spiritual lives as the Crimson Tide's team chaplain.
Former Auburn defensive end Antonio Coleman gets a
belated invite to the NFL combine