Around the SEC: Rumblings in Auburn; Mizzou's 'hand-drawn' play
11/14/2012 10:01 AM
11/14/2012 10:07 AM
Here’s an interesting story on how Western Carolina has already spent some of the $475,000 Alabama is paying it to come take a beating this weekend.
Auburn defensive coordinator has a thoughtful look here at what’s going on with the Tigers. It also sounds, just a little bit, like VanGorder is making a case that he could get the head job done should that chance ever arise.
A Knoxville columnist wonders if Tennessee would hire a coach away from someone the way Southern Cal did with Lane Kiffin.
Jacoby Brissett will get a chance to run Florida’s offense this week. Will it help the Gators move the ball?
Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham drew up a key play on his hand in the Tennessee game. Also, Missouri still is in the SEC (in case you forgot).
Could Texas A&M end up in a BCS bowl in its first season in the SEC? Would they build a Kevin Sumlin statue this early?
Compiled by Josh Kendall
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