- Greg Ostendorf, ESPN Staff Writer
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It’s the final week of the regular season in the SEC, and there’s plenty to talk about. Here’s a look at Tuesday’s news and notes from around the league.
There’s more hype surrounding this year’s Iron Bowl than there’s ever been in this rivalry, but for Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron, it’s just another game.
Auburn defensive coordinator Ellis Johnson, a former assistant coach at Alabama, is excited to be a part of the Iron Bowl again, this time with the Tigers.
Thanks to losses by Baylor and Oregon, Missouri has moved back into the BCS top five with one game left on the schedule -- a visit from Texas A&M.
South Carolina has won four in a row in the The Battle of the Palmetto State, and the senior class is looking to stay perfect against Clemson with a win on Saturday.
Because of players such as cornerback Rashard Robinson, the future looks bright for LSU’s young but talented defense.
Texas A&M will be well represented in Walt Disney World next month for the Home Depot College Football Awards show.
Despite rumors swirling about his future, Florida coach Will Muschamp is comfortable with the support he has from the university.
Josh Harvey-Clemons forever will be linked to Auburn’s Hail Mary two weeks ago, but the Georgia safety rebounded well against Kentucky last weekend.
Win or lose Saturday, Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen has done enough in his five seasons to warrant more time to build the program.
On Monday, Kentucky unveiled plans for a smaller, "more fan-friendly" Commonwealth Stadium.
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