Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
Checking in on what's making headlines around the SEC:
Ed Orgeron returns to Oxford this weekend and goes up against many of the players he recruited to Ole Miss.
Columnist Ron Morris of The State newspaper says it's "nuts" to think that South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier is washed up.
Florida quarterback Tim Tebow is taking quite a beating this season, writes Jeremy Fowler of The Orlando Sentinel.
Tennessee's coaching staff leads the country in pay. The nine assistant coaches on staff average a little more than $369,000 per year in salary.
Alabama quarterback Greg McElroy must answer his critics with his actions, not his words, writes Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News.
SEC coordinator of officials Rogers Redding says the officiating in the league isn't broken.
Auburn's receivers form a brotherly bond on and off the field, writes Evan Woodbery of The Mobile Press-Register.
Freshman Washaun Ealey, known better around the league as the guy Brandon Spikes attempted to eye gouge, has helped to breathe new life into Georgia's running game.
Vanderbilt's Bobby Johnson thinks coaches should have the right to say they disagree with a call without having to worry about if they're going to be fined or suspended.