Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
Making the rounds on a Friday in the SEC:
This year's Heisman Trophy race is going to go down to the wire, writes Bryan Mullen of The Tennessean.
Eric Berry's new role on the Tennessee defense has diminished his interception numbers and hurt his chances of breaking the NCAA record for career return yardage.
Alabama's "Band of Brothers" has turned the Crimson Tide's defense into a fortress this season.
Florida linebacker A.J. Jones is having a breakthrough season, writes Robbie Andreu of The Gainesville Sun.
Special teams have been pretty special this season for LSU, writes Gary Laney of The Baton Rouge Advocate.
Orlando Sentinel columnist Mike Bianchi isn't buying that linebacker Brandon Spikes "volunteered" to sit out the entire game against Vanderbilt and smells a little P.R. spin by the Gators.
Ellis Johnson, South Carolina's assistant head coach for the defense, doesn't like the way safety Chris Culliver handled things last week, but says it's time for people to get off his back.
Georgia strength coach Dave Van Halanger takes issue with some of the criticism out there that the Bulldogs are a weak football team.
Ole Miss' staff is reassessing what the Rebels are doing on offense and may end up simplifying things. They've averaged just 17.2 points in five SEC games this season.