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SEC Football Morning Coffee: Bobby Petrino's Career at a Crossroads

Arkansas head coach Bobby Petrino
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Barrett SalleeSEC Football Lead WriterApril 9, 2012

Good morning, SEC football fans. Here are some SEC links to get your week going.

Chris Bahn of ArkansasSports360.com examines the multiple layers to the Bobby Petrino saga.

Alabama wide receiver Christion Jones is a joker off the field, but his play this spring is no "laughing matter," according to Don Kausler Jr. of AL.com.

According to Jay G. Tate of the Montgomery Advertiser, Auburn's quarterback race still appears to be Kiehl Frazier's to lose following Saturday's scrimmage.

Mississippi State's defense out-shined the offense in the Bulldogs' scrimmage over the weekend, according to Brandon Marcello of the Jackson Clarion-Ledger.

Florida wrapped up spring practice but the quarterback battle will rage into the offseason, writes Robbie Andreu of The Gainesville Sun.

Patrick Brown of the Chattanooga Times Free Press discusses the maturity level of Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray and wide receiver Da'Rick Rogers.

South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney could see some time at defensive tackle this year, according to the Charleston Post and Courier.

According to Chip Towers of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Georgia is dealing with several injuries for Saturday's G-Day.


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