SEC links for Wednesday:
- Scheduling questions still abound at SEC Spring Meetings, reports Seth Emerson of Columbus Ledger-Enquirer.
- Obama hails Pat Summitt as hero at medal ceremony, reports Michael Collins for Knoxville News-Sentinel.
- Alabama grad assistant Derrick Crudup arrested for marijuana possession, reports Andrew Gribble of Birmingham News.
- Georgia’s Donte Williams could face suspension after drug arrest, reports Athens Banner-Herald.
- Jon Solomon of Birmingham News writes that SEC coaches want four best teams in football playoff.
- Ten steps to better college football living, from John Pennington of Mr. SEC.
- Notes from the first day of the SEC Spring Meetings, from Edward Aschoff of ESPN.
- Steve Spurrier clarifies his comments about Nick Saban, reports Aaron Suttles of Tuscaloosa News.
- Spurrier, Richt disagree on how to tally division standings, reports Chip Towers of AJC.
- Tennessee softball ready to soak it all in before College World Series, reports Mike Griffith of Knoxville News-Sentinel.
- LSU softball makes most of two-catcher system, reports Mike McCall of The Advocate.
- Alabama leads NCAA men’s golf tournament, reports Montgomery Advertiser.
- Raph Rhymes pays it forward to LSU baseball, reports Glenn Guilbeau of Shreveport Times.
- Mississippi State’s Chris Stratton named SEC Pitcher of the Year, reports AP.
- Ole Miss hoping for timely hits at College Station, reports Hugh Kellenberger of Clarion-Ledger.
- Vanderbilt baseball switching to artificial turf, reports Jeff Lockridge of the Tennessean.
- Arkansas wipes slate clean for Houston regional, reports Robbie Neiswanger of Arkansas News.