Hope everyone has a great (and long) July 4 weekend. First, though, a few links:
Mark McCarter of The Huntsville Times suspects that the SEC athletic directors voted against Cam Newton's father in not voting for Newton as the SEC's Male Athlete of the Year.
Chip Towers of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution takes a closer look at Georgia's offensive line and what kind of liability it could be this season for the Bulldogs.
Florida needs to focus on eliminating penalties during the 2011 season.
Mississippi State linebacker Deontae Skinner was arrested in June and faces a simple domestic assault charge following an incident with his girlfriend.
Heath Shuler is not what Tennessee needs as its next athletic director, writes David Climer of The Tennessean.
The judge delays the trial in the Auburn tree poisoning case.
Athlon debates which of the Florida-Georgia or Oklahoma-Texas games are the most appealing and the biggest party in college football.
South Carolina lands a commitment from four-star tight end Kelvin Rainey of Yulee, Fla. He picked the Gamecocks over Georgia and Miami.
Kentucky's football uniforms get a new look for 2011.