Lunchtime links: More pop for Florida's offense

Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low

Making the rounds to see what else they're writing and saying about the SEC:

Jeffrey Demps and Chris Rainey have taken Florida's offense to another level with their speed and ability to strike from long distance.

Auburn's Tommy Tuberville tackles the rumors and says he's not quitting, nor is he battling health problems.

LSU hasn't been a team that's panicked when it's fallen behind under Les Miles. The Tigers' 24-17 win over South Carolina was their 12th under Miles when they were either tied or trailing in the fourth quarter.

Arkansas coach Bobby Petrino is optimistic that tailback Michael Smith will be able to play this weekend against Ole Miss after suffering a concussion last week.

Columnist Rick Cleveland of the Jackson Clarion-Ledger writes that Houston Nutt's return to Arkansas will stir a lot of emotions for a lot of people.