SEC: Deion Bonner
Checking out some mid-week SEC links.
- Georgia's Aaron Murray says he knew he wanted to come back as soon as the Capital One Bowl was over.
- A Tennessee official confirms that defensive linemen Trent Taylor and Omari Phillips and defensive back Deion Bonner are no longer part of the Vols' football team.
- Nick Saban says that Terry Saban, his wife, is a "hell of an assistant."
- David Climer of The Tennessean writes that Bear Bryant still trumps Saban -- for now.
- Transition is in store for Florida's football team in 2013.
- Kentucky is looking to upgrade its stadium.
- LSU junior offensive lineman Chris Davenport is transferring to Tulane.
- Redshirt freshman running back Donovan Roberts tweets that he won't return to Arkansas's football team.
We're finally here folks. It's been a long, painful journey, but we've finally made it to Tuesday's SEC links.
- Kentucky coach Joker Phillips will coach the final two games of the season for the Wildcats.
- Texas A&M vows it won't be intimidated by Alabama.
- Nick Saban says his comments about no-huddle offenses were misinterpreted.
- LSU sets its sight on new goals for the season.
- LSU fumbles a recruiting visit from Alabama commitment Bo Scarbrough.
- Jonathan Wallace is a real threat at quarterback for Auburn.
- A campaign to save Auburn athletic director Jay Jacobs' job heats up.
- Georgia and Auburn are motivated by different goals.
- Florida's reserves could get a chance to see more action in the next two weeks.
- John L. Smith is "very upset' with linebacker Terrell Williams after he was arrested for driving while intoxicated.
- Mississippi State is lagging in its red zone performance.
- A bowl game would just be the first step for Ole Miss.
- Missouri quarterback James Franklin is feeling the heat from outside of the Tigers' program, but not from within.
- Derek Dooley says that there isn't any change in the status of freshman cornerback Deion Bonner, who was listed as a suspect in a campus cellphone theft last week.
Some Friday linkage in the SEC:
- Auburn is attracting a strong list of prospects for its Junior recruiting day.
- Any changes made to the BCS will be met with skepticism, writes Tommy Hicks of the Mobile Press-Register.
- Tennessee coach Derek Dooley defends his decision to sign Deion Bonner, who was part of the Georgia locker room theft of iPods and iPhones.
- Georgia coach Mark Richt says versatility will be important for the Bulldogs next season.
- Florida begins its offseason workouts under new strength coach Jeff Dillman with an eye on strength, power and toughness.
- SEC commissioner Mike Slive says Texas A&M is a good fit for the SEC.
- Dave Matter of the Columbia Daily Tribune takes a look at the Missouri quarterbacks and how James Franklin stacks up with the other top quarterbacks in the SEC.
- Maryland's mistakes have become Vanderbilt's gain, writes David Climer of The Tennessean.
- The SEC schedule could undergo some dramatic changes following the 2012 season.