Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
Making a Friday sweep around the SEC:
Vanderbilt's defense wants to again be picky against Jevan Snead and Ole Miss, writes Bryan Mullen of The Tennessean.
South Carolina starting offensive tackle Quintin Richardson has the flu and is expected to miss Saturday's game with South Carolina State.
Kevin Brockway of The Gainesville Sun takes a look at coming back from a concussion through the eyes of ESPN analyst Merrill Hoge, who had a series of concussions while playing in the NFL.
The son of a coach, Kirby Smart is making himself a home as Nick Saban's defensive coordinator at Alabama.
Mississippi State's offensive line has gone the distance so far this season and is one of the most improved units on the team.
Kentucky has yet to get its Wildcat package going this season, but head coach for the offense, Joker Phillips, said getting the ball in Randall Cobb's hands remains a priority.
The game is slowing down for Tennessee freshman running back Bryce Brown despite a sore hip.
Neyland Stadium is familiar territory for Auburn receivers coach Trooper Taylor, who spent four years on Tennessee's staff.