It's time for a little SEC linkage:
Four Tennessee athletes, including football players Da'Rick Rogers and Michael Palardy, reported thefts of expensive electronic equipment from their dorm rooms several weeks before the theft that led to charges against former tight end Cameron Clear.
Glenn Guilbeau of Gannett Louisiana News takes a look back at how the SEC's expansion 20 years ago went down.
First-year Alabama offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier looks ahead to the 2012 season in a radio interview with WNSP in Mobile, Ala.
Alabama graduate assistant Derrick Crudup Jr. is reportedly arrested for misdemeanor possession of marijuana.
LSU expects Texas A&M to replace Arkansas as its annual season-ending opponent.
Florida coach Will Muschamp is holding out hope that Ronald Powell will be able to play this season and also says that linebacker Neiron Ball is close to being cleared to play in 2012.
The SEC coaches are unified on a national playoff being open to the four best teams.
Missouri athletic director Mike Alden says the SEC is more big picture-oriented than the Big 12.
LSU coach Les Miles says he wouldn't have changed any of the play calls from the BCS National Championship Game loss to Alabama.
Eric Crawford of The Louisville Courier-Journal says Kentucky shouldn't give any thought to dropping Louisville from its schedule.
Scheduling questions remain for the SEC going forward.
Matt Hayes of The Sporting News writes that Les Miles isn't backing down from the same playoff system that hosed him last season.