SEC Football Morning Coffee
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Happy Wednesday, SEC fans. Here are a few links to get your day going:
- After his sizzling BCS Championship Game performance, Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron has been working hard with new offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier, writes Don Kausler.
- Brian Downing, the Alabama fan accused of sexually assaulting an LSU fan after the BCS Championship Game, will wait a little longer to find out whether or not he will face prosecution, according to the Press-Register.
- LSU head coach Les Miles is praising his defense in spring practice, which should scare opposing offensive coordinators, writes Jim Kleinpeter.
- Ole Miss appears to have landed on its new AD. Western Kentucky athletic director Ross Bjork is expected to be named to the position, replacing Pete Boone, according to Hugh Kellenberger of the Clarion Ledger.
- Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen spoke with the press, and said that quarterback Tyler Russell isn't 100 percent recovered from a knee injury suffered late in the 2011 season, but is a "full go" for spring.
- Not surprisingly, according to Chip Towers, Georgia running back Carlton Thomas is transferring.
- One of the most important decisions new Florida offensive coordinator Brent Pease must make is who's going to be the No. 1 running back. Mike Gillislee seems up for the challenge, writes Robbie Andreu.
- According to Kentucky.com, former Kentucky quarterback Tim Couch is going to be featured on a Maker's Mark bottle.
- Kentucky starts spring practice on Wednesday, and the coaching staff is excited about the young talent on the roster, writes Mark Maloney.
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