SEC lunch links
- AJ McCarron isn't afraid to suggest to Nick Saban what play to run. Alabama's senior quarterback has been trusted with the play-calling duties at the line of scrimmage.
- Gus Malzahn says the high number of drops have been holding back Auburn's offense.
- Arkansas didn't move the ball through the air much against Southern Miss, and with a backup quarterback in it was easy to understand why. But this week the receivers are looking for more of an opportunity.
- Mean Green, er North Texas, isn't all that scary. But Georgia is looking to tighten up some loose ends in this weekend's non-conference game.
- Tennessee's disappointed offensive line is ready to bounce back after a tough game against Oregon.
- Tom Mason, SMU's defensive coordinator, says he has the worst job in America this week trying to stop Texas A&M's offense.
- Vernon Hargreaves III isn't looked at by the coaching staff as a true freshman. Not after the hot start he's off to. Now, he's a starter.
- Bo Wallace was volatile under center last season, leading the league in interceptions. But this year has been different for Ole Miss' starting quarterback. He has been making much better decisions with the football, and it has paid off for the Rebels.
- Les Miles wouldn't say if freshman running back Jeryl Brazil was suspended against Kent State this past weekend. But LSU's coach did say he might play against Auburn on Saturday.
- Vanderbilt coach James Franklin says he's encouraged by departed wideout Chris Boyd's replacements.
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