SEC lunchtime links
- Georgia coach Mark Richt and running back Todd Gurley join receiver Chris Conley's Star Wars film. Yes, he's shooting a Star Wars film and it sounds awesome.
- Former Georgia tight end Arthur Lynch expresses support for Michael Sam.
- Sam's struggles in coming out only validate his success, writes Vahe Gregorian of The Kansas City Star.
- Representatives from Mississippi State and Ole Miss say their schools are ready for a gay athlete.
- A shoulder injury has ended the career of Florida redshirt freshman offensive lineman Octavius Jackson.
- ESPN 300 defensive end Deondre Clark has officially signed with LSU.
- New Arkansas defensive coordinator is ready for the challenge of coaching up the Razorbacks' defense.
- New Vanderbilt strength and conditioning coach Bill Hughan prefers movement over mass.
- Alabama linebacker signee Rashaan Evans is feeling the backlash from Auburn fans after spurning the Tigers for the Crimson Tide.
- Louisville hires Alabama defensive back coach Greg Brown to lead safeties and recruiting.
- Cam Newton returns to class at Auburn and is aiming for a May graduation.
- Junior college cornerback Tony Bridges becomes Auburn's third commit in its 2015 recruiting class.
- Kentucky assistant Bradley Dale Peveto is a finalist to be the new special teams coach at LSU.
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