Some SEC links to munch on:
With the NCAA now poking around into Tennessee's use of recruiting hostesses, the Vols' controversies have hit a crescendo, writes Bryan Mullen of The Tennessean.
One of the Byrnes, S.C., players who was visited by the Tennessee recruiting hostesses at his game said they didn't influence his decision to commit to the Vols.
Ray Melick of The Birmingham News writes that maybe Tennessee coach Lane Kiffin has it all figured out.
John Adams of The Knoxville News-Sentinel writes that the Vol Nation has no reason to panic.
Jeff Schultz of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution writes that it didn't take Kiffin long to land in hot water again.
LSU receivers coach D.J. McCarthy, linked to a possible NCAA violation that the school is investigating, turns in his resignation.
The Louisville head coaching opportunity excites former Florida defensive coordinator Charlie Strong, writes David Jones of Florida Today.
Ole Miss' football program was flagged for five secondary violations over the past five months, reports David Brandt of The Jackson Clarion-Ledger.
Evan Woodbery of The Mobile Press-Register wonders what Tyrik Rollison's suspension means for 2010.