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  1. SEC lunch links

    Chris Low

    Making the rounds on a Tuesday ... one day before the national signing day holiday: Ole Miss' Hugh Freeze has the rest of the SEC in a tizzy, writes Ron Higgins of The Memphis Commercial Appeal. The SEC lures the top recruits with its on-the-fi...

    Blog | February 05, 2013
  2. SEC lunch links

    Chris Low

    Some SEC linkage on a Wednesday: Alabama true freshman Cyrus Kouandjio is pushing for a starting job at left tackle. The NCAA denies Mike Blakely's appeal to be eligible at Auburn this season. Mister Cobble and Donte Rumph are primed to man t...

    Blog | August 31, 2011
  3. SEC lunch links

    Chris Low

    Our Monday linkage party returns: High school coaches team up to revive Memphis-area recruiting, writes Ron Higgins of The Memphis Commercial Appeal. Defensive back Marcus Roberson of Lauderdale Lakes, Fla., backs out of his commitment to Texas...

    Blog | January 31, 2011
  4. LSU's Ridley ruled ineligible for bowl

    Chris Low

    Unless LSU wins an appeal, the Tigers will be without leading rusher Stevan Ridley for the AT&T Cotton Bowl. LSU coach Les Miles said Wednesday that the matter was academic-related, although Miles declined to be specific. He did say there was ...

    Blog | December 22, 2010
  5. No relief for Georgia's A.J. Green

    Chris Low

    It wasn't a huge surprise for Georgia officials, but the word came Friday evening that star receiver A.J. Green would indeed have to sit two more games. GreenHis four-game suspension by the NCAA was upheld by an appeals committee following...

    Blog | September 18, 2010
  6. A.J. Green's appeal to be heard Friday

    Chris Low

    Georgia's appeal of A.J. Green's four-game suspension will be heard Friday via conference call, according to Georgia associate athletic director Claude Felton. Georgia is hopeful of getting a decision on Green's status Friday and having the suspen...

    Blog | September 15, 2010
  7. SEC lunch links

    Chris Low

    Some Monday links for your viewing pleasure: Georgia coach Mark Richt expects the NCAA to hear the school's appeal on A.J. Green on Wednesday. The strength of Alabama's versatile offense starts up front, writes Don Kausler of The Birmingham New...

    Blog | September 13, 2010
  8. Waiting on A.J. Green appeal

    Chris Low

    COLUMBIA, S.C. -- I had a chance to speak with a few Georgia officials prior to kickoff, and they expect to have an answer on the A.J. Green appeal by the middle of next week. They aren't overly optimistic that Green will get any relief from his f...

    Blog | September 11, 2010
  9. Ole Miss goes down ... hard

    Chris Low

    What had been an awful week for Ole Miss got a lot better when quarterback Jeremiah Masoli won his appeal Friday to be eligible this season. And then on Saturday, the bottom fell out again. Jacksonville State, an FCS school, shocked the Rebels ...

    Blog | September 04, 2010
  10. NCAA gets it right with Jeremiah Masoli

    Chris Low

    On further review, the NCAA got it right. Ole Miss quarterback Jeremiah Masoli, after initially being ruled ineligible to play this season by the NCAA, had that decision overturned Friday by an appeals committee. The skeptics will say he beat t...

    Blog | September 03, 2010
  11. Alabama to appeal Dareus suspension

    Chris Low

    The feeling all along in the Alabama camp was that the Crimson Tide were probably going to lose junior defensive end Marcell Dareus for at least a game this season because of his trips to Miami. The question was: Would it be more than one game? ...

    Blog | September 02, 2010
  12. Lunchtime links: Slive coy on expansion

    Chris Low

    Some SEC links for your munching pleasure: SEC commissioner Mike Slive is coy on any talk of expansion, writes Ron Higgins of The Memphis Commercial Appeal. Former SEC commissioner Roy Kramer is sitting back and watching all this expansion chat...

    Blog | June 02, 2010
  13. Alabama says NCAA's ruling inconsistent

    Chris Low

    As Alabama officials reacted Tuesday to the NCAA's decision to reject the university's appeal in the textbooks case, one common theme was obvious. And that was that the NCAA didn't treat Alabama the same way it had previous schools in similar case...

    Blog | March 23, 2010
  14. NCAA denies Alabama's appeal

    Chris Low

    The NCAA has denied Alabama's appeal in the textbooks case to have 21 vacated wins restored. That means Alabama must vacate all 10 wins during the 2005 season, all six wins in 2006 and the first five wins in 2007. The wins over Tennessee and Color...

    Blog | March 23, 2010
  15. Afternoon links: Great ending for SEC

    Chris Low

    Some of what's making headlines around the SEC: It's a great end to a strong year in the SEC, writes Ron Higgins of The Memphis Commercial Appeal. Andrea Adelson of The Orlando Sentinel takes a look at what makes Urban Meyer and Nic...

    Blog | December 04, 2009
  16. Lunchtime links: Wildcat formation running wild

    Chris Low

    Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low Checking in on the SEC football happenings: The Wildcat formation is running wild throughout the SEC, writes Ron Higgins of The Memphis Commercial Appeal. Anthony Dixon's return this week gives Mississippi ...

    Blog | September 10, 2009