Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
Taking a look at what all's out there in the world of SEC football:
Kentucky senior middle linebacker Micah Johnson might not be able to play in the Wildcats' opener against Miami (Ohio) after aggravating the foot injury he suffered last week in practice.
South Carolina tight end Weslye Saunders makes himself a target for the North Carolina State fans. He knows a little something about stirring up the Wolfpack faithful. His father, Barry Saunders, is a columnist for The Raleigh News & Observer.
Ray Melick of The Birmingham News writes that the NCAA's ruling on Julio Jones and Mark Ingram means it's "Game on" for the Crimson Tide.
Tennessee's Cody Sullins, a former walk-on, gets ready for his first collegiate start at center Saturday.
Mississippi State's O'Neal Wilder is one of the best junior 400-meter runners in the world. But right now, it's all football all the time.
Georgia tailback Caleb King is still recovering from a hamstring injury and won't make the trip this weekend.
The confidence has returned for Tennessee fifth-year senior quarterback Jonathan Crompton, writes Wes Rucker of The Chattanooga Times Free Press.
T-Bob Hebert, the son of former New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons quarterback Bobby Hebert, gets the nod as LSU's starting center.
Almost everything on the Plains is new. Now it's time for Auburn to start winning again, writes Jay G. Tate of The Montgomery Advertiser.