Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
A look at what's making headlines around the SEC:
Florida returns to the site of one of the most important days in the program's history, writes Pat Dooley of The Gainesville Sun.
For Alabama defensive back Robby Green, football was all that was normal after Hurricane Katrina, writes Gentry Estes of The Mobile Press-Register.
SEC commissioner Mike Slive issues memos, not penalties, in what's been a busy week for the league office.
South Carolina's receivers are taking turns in the starring role this season, writes Travis Haney of The Charleston Post and Courier.
Despite not starting in a month, Georgia defensive tackle Geno Atkins is coming off his best game of the season against Vanderbilt.
Kentucky running back Derrick Locke is upgraded to probable for Saturday's game after spraining his knee last week.
Ole Miss' Marshay Green is a different cornerback than the guy Arkansas went after a year ago.
Freshman DeQuinta Jones has had a big impact on Arkansas' defensive front.