SEC's lunch links
June, 3, 2014
By Jeff Barlis | ESPN.com
Suddenly my groom's cake designed like an indoor practice facility is looking a bit shabby.
- What is holding? SEC coordinator of officials Steve Shaw did his best to explain it.
- Athlon projects the SEC standings for this fall, and -- surprise, surprise -- they have Georgia joining Alabama as division winners.
- The media seem to think the Gators will not be a factor in the SEC East this season.
- Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo has evolved in recent years and has earned a lot of respect along the way.
- LSU's Les Miles said he's not opposed to playing two quarterbacks this fall, as the race between sophomore Anthony Jennings and freshman early enrollee Brandon Harris remains too close to call.
- Auburn DE signee Jamal Lawrence is hoping the story of his troubled youth will inspire others.
- Kentucky is serious about its strength and conditioning. A raise in salary to $270,000 a year makes High Performance Coach Erik Korem the Wildcats' fourth-highest paid coach on Mark Stoops' staff.
- Ten freshmen, or half of the Gamecocks' Class of 2014, enrolled in South Carolina's first summer semester.
- All but two of Auburn's signees are enrolled and taking classes.
- Alabama's summer camp is always a beehive of recruiting activity. Check out what's going on at the camp's halfway point.
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2014 SEC STANDINGS
12:00 PM ET UAB Arkansas 3:30 PM ET 1 Mississippi State Kentucky 4:00 PM ET Vanderbilt Missouri 7:15 PM ET 3 Ole Miss 24 LSU 7:30 PM ET South Carolina 5 Auburn 7:30 PM ET 4 Alabama Tennessee