Here are some links from around the SEC to get you through the afternoon.
SEC players weigh in on college football’s controversial new “targeting” rules.
The SEC is finalizing its deals with its seven top non-playoff bowls, starting in 2014.
Florida sheriff Sadie Darnell says Gators linebacker Antonio Morrison should have been warned, not arrested, for barking at a police dog.
Auburn players like the adjustments in new defensive coordinator Ellis Johnson’s scheme.
Les Miles explains LSU’s season challenges in Bristol.
Ole Miss will look to incoming freshmen for help this season.
Auburn de-commitment Josh Casher says he wants a do-over on the recruiting process.
Tennessee will tweak its uniforms a bit this season under first-year Coach Butch Jones.
Phil Steele says defense is why Alabama is poised to win third straight title.
LaDarius Perkins could become the ultimate utility man for Mississippi State this season.
Ole Miss-Vandy and Georgia-Tennessee are among The Tennesseans’ must-see games of 2013.
A former Tennessee commit joins Missouri’s 2014 recruiting class.
Arkansas’ Bret Bielema is among the coaches visiting ESPN’s Bristol campus for today’s “car wash.”
John Clay of the Herald-Leader opines that we might be closer to a college sports “super division” than we thought.
Other schools still pursuing South Carolina commit Bryson Allen-Williams.
Alabama lands a commitment from offensive lineman Dallas Warmack, younger brother of Chance.
Aggies challenge Kyle Field re-seating process in court.