Tossing out a few SEC links while wondering whatever happened to Auburn's Lawyer Tillman. One of the best names ever in the realm of SEC football and a mighty fine player, too. Who could ever forget his reverse to beat Alabama in the 1986 Iron Bowl? We'll stroll down memory lane a bunch this offseason, so somebody let me know where Tillman is and what he's doing these days, and I'll get that info out there.
Now, onto the links:
Georgia's Cordy Glenn is returning for his senior season, but will have a new offensive line coach and maybe a new position. He might play some at tackle next season.
Kentucky is trying to hold onto its top commitment, tight end Jon Davis of Louisville. Davis is now considering Louisville and Illinois.
Mississippi State is making a push for highly rated defensive tackle Kevin McReynolds of Washington, D.C.
South Carolina receives a commitment from defensive back Ahmad Christian of Jacksonville, Fla. He's the 31st commitment in the 2011 class for the Gamecocks.
Kiehl Frazier is ready to take his shot in the Auburn quarterback race.
Arkansas picks up a commitment from receiver Kane Whitehurst of Alpharetta, Ga.
Optimism is already building at LSU for the 2011 season.
Former Auburn great and Hall of Famer Ed Dyas dies at the age of 71 after a battle with stomach cancer.