SEC lunchtime liinks

September, 11, 2013
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Today marks legendary coach Bear Bryant's 100th birthday. Considering his ties to Alabama's and Texas A&M programs -- I don't know if you've heard, but they're playing each other this weekend -- it seems fitting that we include one story about Bryant in today's links.

Here's that story and more from around the league as we move toward the third Saturday of the season:

On Bear Bryant's 100th birthday, here are 100 Bryant facts you might not know.

Those at Texas A&M expect a silent Johnny Manziel to shine in Saturday's rematch with Alabama.

With several players returning from suspension, Texas A&M's defense has Alabama coach Nick Saban's attention.

Buy or sell: Is LSU an SEC title contender this season?

To stop Ole Miss' read option, players can't take time to think.

Oregon's up-tempo offense will test Tennessee's defensive rotation on Saturday.

South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier accepts the blame for loss to Georgia.

Auburn's play cards have a purpose behind their amusing pop-culture references.

Georgia's Todd Gurley II is making a name for his family.

Kentucky decides two quarterbacks are better than one.

Facing an open date this Saturday, Florida must wait an extra week for redemption after a loss to Miami.

Arkansas running backs Alex Collins and Jonathan Williams have been razor sharp so far.

Swagger returns to the Mississippi State defense.

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