SEC lunchtime links
Here are some links from around the league:
- Jalston Fowler and Alabama's big scout-team running backs help the defense prepare for LSU's Jeremy Hill and J.C. Copeland.
- Alabama is still looking for a second starting cornerback.
- LSU tailback Hill laments his third-down decision in last season's loss to Alabama.
- LSU's Copeland is ready to return from a two-game absence after hitting his head when he slipped in the shower.
- Missouri's Shane Ray is introducing himself to SEC quarterbacks this season.
- Auburn's rallying cry this season has been to finish strong.
- South Carolina defensive lineman Kelcy Quarles' dad says his son plans to enter the NFL draft.
- The Texas-Texas A&M rivalry still seems unlikely to return despite the regime change at UT.
- Athlon's preview and predictions for Week 11 in the SEC.
- Ole Miss' Hugh Freeze says Arkansas could be a dangerous opponent.
- Mississippi State realizes that Texas A&M receiver Mike Evans creates major matchup problems for its defense.
- Defensive coordinator D.J. Durkin still likes Florida's morale after Saturday's loss to Georgia.
- Kentucky's offense is looking for a go-to receiver on Saturday against Missouri.
- Vanderbilt's punting game has been hurt by “mental stuff.”
- Tennessee's Smokey X: Born and bred in Tennessee.
- Junior college transfer Jonathon Rumph is ready to make an impact for the first time at Georgia.
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