It's Friday just past noon, which means kickoff is less than 24 hours away in the SEC and your trusty lunch links are here:
There have been 30 Florida players arrested during his watch and Florida coach Urban Meyer says "enough is enough."
Tim Tebow is no longer around to clean up Urban Meyer's mess, writes Mike Bianchi of The Orlando Sentinel.
Auburn's Mike Dyer may be No. 1 before anybody expected, but don't look for Mario Fannin's role to evaporate, writes Evan Woodbery of The Mobile Press-Register.
Gene Chizik's journey to Auburn started at Clemson.
Matt Jones of The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette offers up a few notes on the Arkansas-Georgia matchup.
South Carolina is looking for a stronger pass rush. Assistant head coach for the defense Ellis Johnson wants to see his guys get to the quarterback more.
This is not the time to toughen Kentucky's nonconference football schedule, writes Mark Story of The Lexington Herald-Leader.
Mississippi State will stick with its two-quarterback system against LSU.
Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt likes what he sees from his "humbled" defense.
Duke's David Cutcliffe learned his coaching lessons well from Bear Bryant.