A look at what's making headlines in the SEC:
There's no more hot seat for Georgia's Mark Richt and LSU's Les Miles.
Georgia president Michael Adams would be surprised if Richt weren't the Bulldogs' coach next season.
Georgia nose guard John Jenkins is growing with each game.
Former Alabama linebacker Rolando McClain is arrested after being accused of putting a gun to somebody's head and then discharging the weapon.
It's no time to panic for the Auburn Tigers despite their 7-5 record, writes Joel Erickson of The Columbus (Ga.) Ledger-Enquirer.
Tennessee coach Derek Dooley can't ignore his own role in the Vols' collapse, writes David Climer of The Tennessean.
Vanderbilt is set to announce a new contract for coach James Franklin, Jeff Lockridge of The Tennessean reports.
Quay Evans, one of the top defensive tackle prospects in the country, commits to Mississippi State. Evans, who's from Morton, Miss., is ranked as the No. 7 tackle prospect nationally by ESPN.
It just got more difficult recruiting the state of Florida with Urban Meyer at Ohio State, writes Chris Hays of The Orlando Sentinel.
Arkansas offensive coordinator Garrick McGee and Auburn running backs coach Curtis Luper are finalists for the UAB head coaching job, reports Steve Irvine of The Birmingham News.