We wrap up the week with a few Friday links:
SI.com's Andy Staples examines what would be the best approach for the SEC's new schedule models.
The Florida-Miami game next season on Sept. 7 has been set for a noon kickoff on ESPN.
Florida lands a commitment from tight end Cyontai Lewis of Tuscaloosa, Ala. The Gators now have eight commitments for the 2014 class.
Butch Jones is quickly winning over Tennessee fans, writes David Climer of The Tennessean.
LSU senior associate athletic director Herb Vincent is leaving for a job with the SEC.
Former LSU star Tyrann Mathieu signs a deal with the Arizona Cardinals that would cost him money if he's dismissed from the team for drug use.
Safety/linebacker Josh Harvey-Clemons is No. 6 on The Macon Telegraph's 10 most important players for Georgia in 2013.
The Georgia board approves $1.25 million for Sanford Stadium upgrades.