SEC links for Tuesday:
- Reports say NCAA Investigators did meet with Johnny Manziel for six hours on Monday. Football officials say they will not speak on the matter.
- Manziel and A&M are stuck waiting for a decision.
- As Washington State gets ready to play Auburn, Mike Leach calls the Tigers “a ridiculously talented team.”
- Florida reduces linebacker Antonio Morrison’s suspension to one game. Morrison will play against Miami.
- Alabama’s Nick Saban thinks depth charts are a chore.
- South Carolina claims to have the fewest seniors in the country — five.
- LSU is taking TCU very seriously. “Any ranked team in the opener is a big deal,” said running back Alfred Blue.
- With a new quarterback, Vanderbilt is a mystery for Ole Miss as Thursday’s opener approaches. Austyn Carta-Samuels will lead the Commodores.
- Justin Worley ready to take control as Tennessee’s starting quarterback.
- Mark Wiedmer says Worley was the reasonable choice for the Vols.
- Georgia’s defense has youth everywhere. Ten of the 23 players on Georgia’s two-deep have not played a down of Division I college football.
- Arkansas is placing its hopes on an improve offensive line.
Links of interest