SEC's lunch links

June, 10, 2014
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The resignation heard ‘round the world. See how Mack Brown’s resignation at Texas impacted more than 100 coaches across the country, including a number of SEC coaches. For more news and notes around the conference, check out Tuesday’s lunch links.
  • Will college football go to an early signing period? Not yet. It could be at least a year off according to key decision makers.
  • Is Jacob Coker facing unfair expectations? The Florida State transfer has never taken a snap at Alabama, but yet he’s the Tide’s projected starter this fall.
  • Florida landed two elite quarterbacks in the 2014 class, but that didn’t stop the Gators from adding a commitment from Elite 11 invitee Sheriron Jones.
  • Drugs, guns seized from house owned by Mississippi State defensive backs’ coach Deshea Townsend.
  • Incoming freshman Al Harris Jr. is ready to compete for a role at cornerback after arriving at South Carolina in late May.
  • Lone Star quarterback prospect Quentin Dormady commits to Tennessee after attending the Vols’ QB camp over the weekend.
  • Former Heisman winner Eddie George says Johnny Manziel is more wrapped up in ‘being a celebrity than being in his playbook.’

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