Making the rounds in the SEC on a Tuesday:
The alleged victim in the Chris Rainey stalking case tells the judge that she fears the attention the case has drawn more than she fears Rainey and that she's been getting calls on her cell phone from all over the country.
The NCAA's investigation of South Carolina's football program puts Steve Spurrier's image on the line, writes Ron Morris of The State newspaper.
Arkansas running back Dennis Johnson is out indefinitely after suffering an internal injury to his bowels.
LSU coach Les Miles says he's sticking with Jordan Jefferson as his quarterback.
Ole Miss is looking to put a charge into its running game after an off night against Tulane.
The SEC, much like Tennessee, needs to clean up its act, writes Joe Biddle of The Tennessean.
Tennessee freshman receiver Da'Rick Rogers reaches an agreement in court and has the resisting arrest charge dismissed in connection with the Bar Knoxville brawl this summer.
Alabama is back on top and order is restored, writes Paul Finebaum of The Mobile Press-Register.
Georgia coach Mark Richt says there were times the Bulldogs were "timid" on defense in last week's loss to South Carolina.