It's Friday, and we'll check in on what's making news in the SEC before diving into the weekend:
Georgia freshman safety Paris Bostick will redshirt this season after undergoing toe surgery.
Mississippi State linebacker Chris Hughes, facing a domestic violence charge, has been dismissed from the team.
A three-hour meeting with Gus Malzahn convinced Rodney Garner to come back home to Auburn.
It might be time to slow down on the Nick Marshall hype, writes Joe Medley of The Anniston (Ala.) Star.
Cecil Hurt of The Tuscaloosa News wonders if more discipline would have helped former Florida tight end Aaron Hernandez.
LSU gets little respect in the preseason college football magazines.
Tennessee commitment Vic Wharton's hardest sell might be his teammate, defensive back RaShaan Gaulden.
Former Georgia athletic director Damon Evans is not a candidate for the Southern Miss job.
Matt Hayes of The Sporting News takes a closer look at the SEC's nonconference schedules in 2013.
A look at the over/under on win totals this season for all SEC schools.