It's the Friday version of lunchtime links:
The NCAA is looking into the living arrangements of several South Carolina football players, including tight end Weslye Saunders, reports Joe Person of The State newspaper.
Chip Cosby of The Lexington Herald-Leader looks at some of the Wildcats' hottest position battles.
Offensive tackle Kyler Kerbyson decides to stay home with his commitment to Tennessee. The Vols now have 13 commitments for the 2011 signing class.
Former Tennessee safety Darren Myles Jr. reached a plea agreement in connection to his role in the bar brawl last month involving several Vols football players.
Georgia sophomore cornerback Branden Smith has been cleared academically and will rejoin the team.
The rule aimed at bad agents angers the good ones, writes Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News.
Florida coach Urban Meyer has an offensive coordinator, a defensive coordinator and a Twitter coordinator, writes Mike Bianchi of The Orlando Sentinel.
LSU defensive coordinator John Chavis isn't buying the "Third and Chavis" tag.
Mississippi State redshirt freshman running back Montrell Conner is dealing with personal issues, reports Kyle Veazey of The Jackson Clarion-Ledger.
Auburn sophomore John Sullen has emerged as a serious candidate for the right tackle job on the offensive line.