- Chris Low, ESPN Senior Staff Writer
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Happy Friday! It's time for a few links:
Barbara Dooley on Saturday's Georgia-Tennessee game: "That's my baby and I'm pulling for Tennessee."
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier lashes out (again) at local columnist Ron Morris, who works for The State newspaper.
As Georgia's offense surges, the Bulldogs' kickers patiently wait.
Auburn offensive coordinator Scot Loeffler will move from the booth to the sidelines when the Tigers return to action Oct. 6 against Arkansas.
LSU coach Les Miles is not optimistic about the return of running back Alfred Blue this season.
Freshman safety Trae Elston has worked his way into the Ole Miss starting lineup.
Alabama cornerback Dee Milliner is expecting more action than normal against Ole Miss' no-huddle offense.
Arkansas will be without two more injured starters, tight end Chris Gragg and safety Eric Bennett, in its game at Texas A&M.
Texas A&M punter Ryan Epperson is balancing good grades and great stats.
Missouri's Sheldon Richardson is now making a name for himself with his play.
Those Kentucky fans craving a big-name coach may want to consider a Plan B, writes Mark Story of the Lexington Herald-Leader.