Some Monday linkage for your viewing pleasure:
There's plenty of time to tinker with the offense, but Auburn offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn won't stray too far from what got the Tigers here.
Alabama's Will Lowery will see his role expand with All-America safety Mark Barron sidelined for the bowl game.
The latest feat for South Carolina freshman running back Marcus Lattimore is leadership, writes Gene Sapakoff of The Charleston Post and Courier.
Mississippi State junior offensive guard Quentin Saulsberry has filed paperwork with the NFL to see where he would project in the upcoming draft.
Bruce Figgins comes through at tight end and fullback for Georgia.
Georgia is looking to schedule Midwestern powers such as Notre Dame, Michigan, Ohio State and Penn State in future years.
Kentucky's Joker Phillips has decided to go with co-defensive coordinators, but Rick Minter will move in for Steve Brown and be in charge of the defense.
David Climer of The Tennessean wonders if Vanderbilt is really serious when the school says it's going to get serious about winning in football.