LSU's game with Mississippi State is only hours away, so to keep you from leaving work too early, we've got some links from around the SEC to keep you busy.
Mike Herndon of The Mobile Press-Register writes that South Carolina's pass defense doesn't match the Gamecocks' national ranking.
Redshirt freshman Blaine Clausell will start at left tackle for Mississippi State in place of James Carmon, who left last week's game with a knee injury.
Despite a 2-0 start for Auburn, the Tigers' schedule still provides the biggest obstacle for this young team.
Ole Miss freshman C.J. Johnson is making the move from linebacker to defensive end and he's fine with it.
Florida's recent arrest issues and a coffee table incident played a factor in freshman linebacker Curt Maggitt picking Tennessee over the Gators.
Pat Dooley of The Gainesville Sun writes that Florida-Tennessee is still a big game, just not on the national scale.
Wide receiver transfer Duron Carter is taking reps on Alabama's practice squad, but there still isn't any update on his playing status.
Georgia linebacker Chase Vasser hopes that his football career prepares him for a future in acting.
Georgia safety Shawn Williams is catching on at inside linebacker for the Bulldogs.
Raymond Sanders' father says the Kentucky running back won't play against Louisville after injuring his knee.
LSU expects a physical game with Mississippi State tonight in Starkville, Miss.
Brandon Marcello of The Jackson Clarion-Ledger wonders if Mississippi can put an end to its 11-game losing streak to LSU tonight.
Even after a solid start for Arkansas' defense, the Razorbacks are still looking to generate more turnovers.
Ole Miss quarterback Randall Mackey pleaded not guilty to charges of disorderly conduct, while tight end Jamal Mosley's charge of public drunkenness was dropped.
South Carolina is still seeking a second option at wide receiver.