A check of what's making headlines around the SEC:
Mark Bradley of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution writes that fretting over Logan Gray is much ado about not much.
Former Florida tight end Aaron Hernandez refutes the Boston Globe story that he failed multiple drug tests when he was in college.
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier takes the rivalry with Clemson's Dabo Swinney to the golf course.
For the first time, Auburn's Tiger Prowl crosses state lines over into Columbus, Ga.
Alabama's schedule issues remain unsolved, although SEC commissioner Mike Slive said the league hasn't given up on trying to "do what we can" for the 2010 season.
The new NCAA president is Mark Emmert, an old friend of Nick Saban's, writes Gentry Estes of The Mobile Press-Register.
Former Tennessee player and heralded recruit Nu'Keese Richardson tries to rebuild his college football career at Hampton.