A little Monday linkage for your viewing pleasure:
Georgia coach Mark Richt dismisses freshman linebacker Demetre Baker from the team following Baker's DUI arrest. Baker was the 10th Georgia football player arrested this year.
Embattled Tennessee athletic director Mike Hamilton has the support of the people who count, writes Bryan Mullen of The Tennessean.
SEC football officials experienced an offseason of soul-searching after all the controversial calls a year ago, writes Jon Solomon of The Birmingham News.
Mississippi State's Dan Mullen finally gets the big play he was looking for, writes Rick Cleveland of The Jackson Clarion-Ledger.
Florida running back Jeff Demps has an X-ray taken of his injured left foot, reports Joseph Goodman of The Miami Herald.
Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt sees plenty of positives in the Rebels' 55-38 win against Fresno State, but is still concerned about the secondary.
It's no time to rest for LSU running back Stevan Ridley after another milestone night.
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier isn't sure what the Gamecocks are going to do at quarterback the rest of the way.
Top-ranked Alabama turns its attention toward Florida.
Former Arkansas star running back Michael Smith said the Hogs must move on.
Don't forget about Auburn quarterback Cameron Newton in all the Heisman Trophy talk.