- Edward Aschoff, ESPN Staff Writer
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The weekend is only hours away, so enjoy some end-of-the week SEC links as you chomp down on your last bag lunch.
Backup cornerback Jerrell Priester leaves Kentucky's football program.
Arkansas is moving closer to reaching its fundraising goal for a football operations center.
Walk-on senior punter David Lerner is fighting for Florida's starting spot at punter, despite being diagnosed with Crohn's Disease in July.
Auburn's Barrett Trotter welcomes the added responsibility of being the Tigers' starting quarterback.
Alabama coach Nick Saban discusses improper recruiting allegations toward assistants Jeff Stoutland and Joe Pannunzio during their time at Miami.
Shawn Williams is stepping up in a big way for Georgia with safety Jakar Hamilton out for the season with an ankle injury.
Bad weather prompts Vanderbilt coach James Franklin to make a claim for the Commodores to get their own indoor practice facility.
Mississippi State has had success utilizing athletes on the field with multiple skill sets.
Tennessee is dealing with a nicked-up running back group as preseason practice draws to a close.
Freshman Brandon Shell is showing more progress on South Carolina's offensive line.
LSU center P.J. Lonergan is a big reason for the Tigers' offensive line strength.