SEC lunchtime links
November, 5, 2013
By David Ching | ESPN.com
Here are some of today's top stories from around the SEC:
- Alabama's Nick Saban and LSU's Les Miles have different philosophies in preparing for big games.
- LSU's receivers believe they can make some big plays against Alabama's secondary.
- Alabama-LSU lacks recent luster, but the rivalry is still very much alive.
- The Charleston Post and Courier's Ryan Wood: South Carolina will either play in Atlanta or New Orleans, but probably not both.
- Auburn's defense has been impressive when opponents drive inside the Tigers' 20-yard line.
- Should Florida coach Will Muschamp be on the hot seat? Athlon Sports' writers discuss.
- Butch Jones wants his team to be “Tennessee tough” before facing Auburn's running game on Saturday.
- Texas A&M was mum on the reasons behind longtime athletic trainer Kyle Kapchinski's firing on Monday.
- Mississippi State is focused on containing Johnny Manziel in Saturday's game against the Aggies.
- Ole Miss' defense is finally healthy entering Saturday's game against Arkansas.
- Georgia receiver Justin Scott-Wesley addressed his marijuana possession arrest in a series of four tweets.
- Maty Mauk is still Missouri's quarterback – for now.
- Kentucky receiver Alexander Montgomery is out for the season with a torn ACL.
- The Lexington Herald Leader's Mark Story: For Mark Stoops to elevate Kentucky football, success against Missouri is a must.