A few links to munch on now that the reality is setting in that there won't be any more college football for a while:
Alabama defensive back B.J. Scott plans to transfer to South Alabama, reports Izzy Gould of The Birmingham News.
New Mississippi State linebackers coach Geoff Collins met with his players and recruits.
Auburn picked up its 18th commitment, receiver/linebacker Kris Frost of Matthews, N.C. Frost had previously committed to Michigan.
If trouble is coming for Auburn, Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News wants to know why coaches on the Auburn staff aren't leaving.
Tennessee hired Ron McKeefery as its strength and conditioning coach. McKeefery is the Vols' fifth strength and conditioning coach since the end of the 2008 season.
South Carolina will get a double dose of Gerald Dixon next season.
Arkansas released its 2011 schedule. The LSU game will go back to the Friday after Thanksgiving next season.
Former Louisville coach Steve Kragthorpe will interview for the LSU offensive coordinator job.
Ole Miss received a warning from the NCAA after reporting secondary violations.
Vanderbilt's coaches believe success isn't that far away.