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Friday, May 2, 2014
SEC lunchtime links
By Greg Ostendorf
Friday is finally here. Get a jump start on your weekend with Friday's lunch links.
Ranking the coaches:
Nick Saban remains the No. 1 coach in college football, but what fellow SEC coach moved up to No. 2?
It has been 38 years since Alabama has had a quarterback go in the first round, but Richard Todd, the last one to do it, believes AJ McCarron will
end the drought
After a breakout performance in the spring game, Arkansas running back Korliss Marshall has created a dilemna by
adding yet another option
in the Hogs’ backfield.
With better execution, Auburn offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee believes his team could’ve
"named our score"
in the BCS championship.
Running backs Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall are at the top of Georgia’s depth chart, but
who is next in line?
Kentucky has yet to name a starting quarterback which means redshirt freshman Reese Phillips is
still in the mix
LSU quarterbacks Brandon Harris and Anthony Jennings both improved this spring, but
neither one stands out yet
Missouri coach Gary Pinkel
supports the SEC’s eight-game schedule
and is looking forward to the potential rivalry with Arkansas that it sets up.
Texas A&M defensive end Gavin Stansbury was arrested on assault charges earlier this spring, but his lawyer said Thursday that it was
‘a horrible case of mistaken identity.’