SEC lunchtime links

November, 6, 2013
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We're slowly pushing toward the weekend. Here are some links from around the SEC to get you through the afternoon.

LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron and Zach Mettenberger are working to get the quarterback back to the form he displayed early in the season.

Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron has enjoyed some memorable moments against LSU.

Alabama coach Nick Saban's agent told Texas regents of the “special pressure” he feels in coaching the Crimson Tide.

Time for toughness as Alabama and LSU prepare to meet.

Maty Mauk says he's ready to hand the reins of Missouri's offense back to James Franklin.

Auburn coach Gus Malzahn promises no more “questionable issues” in wake of the controversy over a player facing accusations that he faked an injury against Arkansas.

South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier plans to stay put with a number of starters returning to this young team in 2014.

What is Johnny Manziel worth to Texas A&M football? Aggie officials backtrack following an article where they minimized his impact.

Once the team's strength which Florida relied upon to keep it in games, its defense is getting off to progressively slower starts lately.

Saturday's game against Appalachian State will be Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray's 50th career start.

Mississippi State is in the middle of a daunting stretch of the schedule where it must play three ranked teams in a row.

Ole Miss can clinch bowl eligibility for the second straight season by beating Arkansas on Saturday.

Kentucky's secondary will have its hands full against Missouri's big receivers.

Tennessee's offensive line impresses Auburn coach Gus Malzahn.

Vanderbilt opened its football indoor practice facility on Tuesday.

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