Some Friday linkage in the SEC:
Auburn is attracting a strong list of prospects for its Junior recruiting day.
Any changes made to the BCS will be met with skepticism, writes Tommy Hicks of the Mobile Press-Register.
Tennessee coach Derek Dooley defends his decision to sign Deion Bonner, who was part of the Georgia locker room theft of iPods and iPhones.
Georgia coach Mark Richt says versatility will be important for the Bulldogs next season.
Florida begins its offseason workouts under new strength coach Jeff Dillman with an eye on strength, power and toughness.
SEC commissioner Mike Slive says Texas A&M is a good fit for the SEC.
Dave Matter of the Columbia Daily Tribune takes a look at the Missouri quarterbacks and how James Franklin stacks up with the other top quarterbacks in the SEC.
Maryland's mistakes have become Vanderbilt's gain, writes David Climer of The Tennessean.
The SEC schedule could undergo some dramatic changes following the 2012 season.