SEC lunchtime links
- Alabama's Amari Cooper is back to 100 percent after dealing with injuries and frustration.
- Alabama's Jeoffrey Pagan says he wants the Crimson Tide to put away LSU “as quick as possible and let some of our freshmen play.”
- LSU needs another breakout game from quarterback Zach Mettenberger against Alabama.
- Compare and contrast the offenses from Alabama and LSU.
- Missouri's Michael Sam rose from a small Texas town to become a national star.
- South Carolina's Jadeveon Clowney is frustrated by his lack of sacks this season.
- Auburn's rise doesn't surprise Tennessee coaches Tommy Thigpen and Willie Martinez, both former Tigers assistants.
- The Kansas City Star's preview of Kentucky-Missouri.
- The Los Angeles Daily News reports that Texas A&M's Kevin Sumlin is USC's top target to become its next head coach.
- Georgia freshman Quincy Mauger has risen from unheralded recruit to become the Bulldogs' only safety who has played in every game this season.
- Trenton Brown has big potential on Florida's offensive line.
- Vanderbilt sees an edge in Florida's many injuries.
- Mississippi State's Dak Prescott is carrying the load on third down.
- Video: Ole Miss coaches Matt Luke and Derrick Nix evaluate the progress being made by some of their young players this season.
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2014 SEC STANDINGS
12:00 PM ET Florida Tennessee 12:00 PM ET 6 Texas A&M 12 Mississippi State 3:30 PM ET 3 Alabama 11 Ole Miss 4:00 PM ET Vanderbilt 13 Georgia 7:00 PM ET 15 LSU 5 Auburn 7:30 PM ET South Carolina Kentucky