- Greg Ostendorf, ESPN Staff Writer
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We’re 24 hours away from opening kick in Week 10, so let’s take one last look around the SEC in Friday’s edition of the lunch links.
Motivated by early criticism, Alabama’s offensive line is gelling and thriving at the right time.
Missouri cornerback E.J. Gaines has been out since the Georgia game, but he’s eager to return this weekend against Tennessee.
After missing the first two games, Dee Ford has been on a tear since. He’s spearheading Auburn’s surging pass rush with relentless style.
Kevin Sumlin has made the rebuilding process look easy at Texas A&M.
Bruce Ellington has emerged as South Carolina’s go-to wide receiver, proving himself in clutch situations.
Injuries have paved the way for former walk-on Rhett McGowan who could make his first start for Georgia on Saturday.
Florida wide receiver Solomon Patton broke his arm last year against Georgia, but the Gators' top playmaker is ready for another shot against the Bulldogs on Saturday.
The Tennessee players have faith in freshman quarterback Josh Dobbs who will make his first career start this weekend at Missouri.
The hard work is beginning to pay off for Mississippi State tight end Malcolm Johnson who enjoyed his best game last week in a win over Kentucky.