Lunchtime links

Grab a sandwich and your tablet, phone or laptop and settle in for some lunchtime reading ...

  • The state attorney in Gainesville has dismissed charges against Florida linebacker Antonio Morrison, who was arrested for allegedly harassing a police dog and resisting arrest. William Cervone said Morrison should not have been arrested.

  • Several SEC coaches weren't happy when told of the comment by the ACC's coordinator of officials that he would have penalized Jadeveon Clowney for his famous hit in the Outback Bowl.

  • Also, South Carolina officials are investigating whether Clowney has been in contact with agent JAY Z.

  • Auburn defensive coordinator Ellis Johnson said the Tigers' defense has good depth, but he needs playmakers to emerge.

  • Former Alabama quarterback Phillip Sims lasted one season at Virginia and wants to move on again, but isn't sure whether he wants to transfer to a Division I or II school.

  • Georgia's Mark Richt, LSU's Les Miles and Texas A&M's Kevin Sumlin discuss the unbalanced schedule and the SEC's image during a roundtable segment.

  • Also, Miles is doing his darnedest to keep the topic of SEC scheduling alive.

  • Mike Strange of the Knoxville (Tenn.) News-Sentinel writes that a stronger Tennessee will level the playing field in the SEC.

  • Believe it or not, there is a different side to Georgia coach Mark Richt.

  • Contracts have been signed and a timeline has been set for the renovation of Kentucky's Commonwealth Stadium.

  • Arkansas freshman running back Alex Collins -- known as Budda -- hopes to spread his message of peace and happiness to the Arkansas football program.

  • Ole Miss quarterback Barry Brunetti will not be suspended for any games after being charged with misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia in May. Coach Hugh Freeze said he has been disciplined internally.

  • Former Missouri receiver T.J. Moe has voiced his support for Tigers coach Gary Pinkel, who has perhaps the hottest seat in the SEC.