SEC lunchtime links
- Alabama coach Nick Saban says Big Ten is "a really good conference" in rare trip back to Ohio, the state where his coaching career began.
- Despite being a proponent of the 10-second rule, Arkansas coach Bret Bielema said this week that he loves playing pace-of-play teams like Auburn.
- Will Muschamp OK with SEC schedule but disappointed not to see Florida-Auburn rivalry continued on a regular basis.
- Q&A with Greg McGarity: The Georgia athletic director talks about the 6-1-1 scheduling format, the Georgia Tech rivalry and potential nonconference games down the road.
- Spring practice is over and coach Mark Stoops is still not ready to name Kentucky’s starting quarterback.
- Draft expert says former LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger will be a middle-round pick in this month’s NFL draft.
- The new rule requiring SEC teams to schedule a power foe in nonconference could prove difficult for Mississippi State, who has had trouble scheduling teams in recent years.
- Tennessee signed a top-5 recruiting class in February and coach Butch Jones is pleased with new rule that allows him to spend time with them this summer.
- Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin says quarterback competition between Kyle Allen and Kenny Hill will continue into two-a-days this fall.
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