A check of what's making headlines in the SEC:
Ole Miss continues to search for pass-rushing help at end after the loss of Kentrell Lockett to a season-ending knee injury.
Mike Bianchi of The Orlando Sentinel wonders if Florida coach Urban Meyer would have allowed Chris Rainey back on the team if Rainey had sent one of Meyer's own daughters a threatening text message.
Georgia tailback Washaun Ealey wants to regain the trust of his teammates and coaches.
South Carolina offensive line coach Shawn Elliott says his guys played "average" in the win over Alabama.
Kentucky probably won't know Derrick Locke's status until Saturday.
Defensive end Jordan Williams of Gainesville, Fla., becomes Tennessee's 18th commitment for the 2011 class.
Winning the close games is building confidence for Auburn, writes Jay G. Tate of The Montgomery Advertiser.
LSU will stick with its same quarterback rotation. Jordan Jefferson will start, and Jarrett Lee will come off the bench.
Mississippi State cornerback Corey Broomfield, who's from Palm Bay, Fla., is ready to see what the Swamp "sounds like quiet."
Carnell Williams and Ronnie Brown have some advice for the Alabama duo of Mark Ingram and Trent Richardson.