Scouring the world of SEC football:
Florida receiver Carl Moore's future with the Gators is uncertain after missing a second straight practice for personal reasons, writes Jeremy Fowler of The Orlando Sentinel.
Emmanuel Moody says it's time that he and the rest of the Florida running backs step up and play a bigger role for the Gators.
Auburn running back Onterio McCalebb is making a run at durability, writes Charles Goldberg of The Birmingham News.
The SEC teams are using the spring to sort out their quarterback situations, writes Joe Biddle of The Tennessean.
It's a more hands-on Joker Phillips now as Kentucky's head coach, writes Chip Cosby of The Lexington Herald-Leader.
Mississippi State's O'Neal Wilder follows his heart and chooses track over football, writes Kyle Veazey of The Jackson Clarion-Ledger.
The return of cornerback Isaac Madison from a knee injury has been a calming factor for the Arkansas coaches.
A redshirt season could be in the works for converted Georgia linebacker Richard Samuel.