- Edward Aschoff, ESPN Staff Writer
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Making the SEC rounds on a Tuesday with some links.
Former Auburn lineman Wayne Frazier dies at the age of 73.
Despite its latest arrest, Georgia insists it doesn't have a discipline problem.
Missouri sophomore quarterback Ashton Glaser was arrested Sunday morning for two outstanding warrants relating to a traffic stop in November.
Arkansas running back Knile Davis is ready for practice, but there's no word yet if he'll take contact.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney won't take sides when it comes to Alabama and Auburn.
Top Gators commit in the 2013 recruiting class is congratulated by Florida congressman.
Bobby Petrino says an annual game between Arkansas and Missouri makes sense.
Florida hopes star quarterbacks and running backs show their faces this spring.
South Carolina seeks answers as spring practice begins.
Georgia keeps its top coaches and is looking for its players to get stronger and faster.
Former Ole Miss running back Enrique Davis arrested in Panama City, Fla., and charged with felony resisting arrest.
Dave Matter of the Columbia Daily Tribune takes a look back at Missouri's first week of spring practice.
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