Welcome to our Thursday lunch links:
LSU coach Les Miles isn't talking about or even confirming all the reports that three players -- Spencer Ware, Tyrann Mathieu and Tharold Simon -- will be suspended for Saturday's Auburn game.
Aaron Douglas' death still pains his family and his Alabama football family.
Ole Miss just keeps getting younger, as nine first-year freshmen have played for the Rebels this season.
Jon Solomon of The Birmingham News has a Q&A with former SEC commissioner Roy Kramer.
Tennessee's receivers are working to cut down on their drops.
Persistence pays off for Auburn's Bobby Ingalls.
Vanderbilt coach James Franklin says he respects the SEC's decision to suspend starting center Logan Stewart for the first half of Saturday's game against Army.
With Kwame Geathers and Shawn Williams suspended for the first half of the Florida game in two weeks, Georgia is once again shuffling its defensive lineup.
Arkansas has put up big offensive numbers to this point, but the Hogs say there's still a lot left out there for them.
Kentucky will see a familiar face this Saturday when former Georgia running back Washaun Ealey spearheads Jacksonville State's running game.