Making the SEC rounds on a Tuesday:
The mother of Auburn fullback Jay Prosch loses her battle with brain cancer.
Alabama freshman running back T.J. Yeldon makes a big splash in his first game.
Glenn Guilbeau of Gannett Louisiana News wonders if there's a tailback controversy brewing at LSU.
Georgia's defense faces a tough task of slowing down Missouri quarterback James Franklin.
Mark Richt once interviewed for the Missouri head-coaching job.
Vanderbilt's defense will be challenged by the contrasting styles of Northwestern's two quarterbacks.
Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel gets a "dream opportunity."
Tennessee's starting running back job will be shared by three players.
Joker Phillips needs a rally like the one that saved Rich Brooks in 2006, writes Mark Story of The Lexington Herald-Leader.
After three fumbles in the opener, Arkansas emphasizes ball security.
Missouri middle linebacker Will Ebner is listed as questionable, but says he'll play Saturday.
Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze expects Jeff Scott to play against UTEP.
Mississippi State is pushing its young offensive linemen to step up.
South Carolina quarterback Connor Shaw is wait and see for Saturday's game against East Carolina after injuring his shoulder in the opener.
The Aggies' "GameDay" face isn't a happy one.