A check of what's making headlines in the SEC:
Tony Barnhart of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution checks in with one of the SEC's true living legends -- Larry Munson.
NCAA investigators will return to South Carolina's campus this week to ask more questions, reports Joe Person of The State newspaper.
Auburn's 290-pound running back, Ladarious Phillips, is "a grown man."
Auburn linebacker Eltoro Freeman says he's ready for a bounce-back season.
After a tough freshman season that included a fourth-degree assault charge, Kentucky's Ridge Wilson is ready to make a run at the starting strong side linebacker job.
Sophomore Devin Jones is working his way into the Mississippi State defensive tackle mix.
With one scrimmage in the books, Matt Simms remains at the top of Tennessee's depth chart at quarterback.
Former Tennessee star Eric Berry is renovating the park he grew up playing at in Southside Atlanta.
Vanderbilt gets a visit from former coach Bobby Johnson, who says new coach Robbie Caldwell doesn't need his advice.
LSU coach Les Miles defends the "grayshirt" rule and says it's "not a bad thing" for a player to be asked to delay his enrollment to comply with NCAA roster limits.