Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
A look at what's making headlines around the SEC:
Nick Saban and Houston Nutt share an uncommon mutual respect for Western Division rivals, writes Rick Cleveland of The Jackson Clarion-Ledger.
Gene Sapakof of The Charleston (S.C.) Post and Courier takes a look at the prescription painkilling injections college players take to stay on the field and how the NCAA has no oversight of that process.
LSU finds the stomach for its running game, writes Glenn Guilbeau of Gannett Louisiana Newspapers.
The cell phone hijinks have started again with the LSU fans, and this time their target has been Florida backup quarterback John Brantley.
Kentucky coach Rich Brooks said junior quarterback Mike Hartline needs to play better, but Brooks isn't pondering a quarterback change at this point.
Vanderbilt is going back to the basics after being flagged for 12 penalties in the 23-7 loss to Ole Miss.
Arkansas freshman running back Ronnie Wingo Jr. couldn't have drawn up his first college touchdown any better.
Five lost fumbles in the last two games has Mississippi State squeezing the football a little tighter in practice.