- David Ching, ESPN Staff Writer
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Here are some of today's top stories from around the SEC:
Alabama's Nick Saban and LSU's Les Miles have different philosophies in preparing for big games.
LSU's receivers believe they can make some big plays against Alabama's secondary.
Alabama-LSU lacks recent luster, but the rivalry is still very much alive.
The Charleston Post and Courier's Ryan Wood: South Carolina will either play in Atlanta or New Orleans, but probably not both.
Auburn's defense has been impressive when opponents drive inside the Tigers' 20-yard line.
Should Florida coach Will Muschamp be on the hot seat? Athlon Sports' writers discuss.
Butch Jones wants his team to be “Tennessee tough” before facing Auburn's running game on Saturday.
Texas A&M was mum on the reasons behind longtime athletic trainer Kyle Kapchinski's firing on Monday.
Mississippi State is focused on containing Johnny Manziel in Saturday's game against the Aggies.
Ole Miss' defense is finally healthy entering Saturday's game against Arkansas.
Georgia receiver Justin Scott-Wesley addressed his marijuana possession arrest in a series of four tweets.
Maty Mauk is still Missouri's quarterback – for now.
Kentucky receiver Alexander Montgomery is out for the season with a torn ACL.
The Lexington Herald Leader's Mark Story: For Mark Stoops to elevate Kentucky football, success against Missouri is a must.