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SEC Football Morning Coffee: The Arkansas Coaching Search Continues

Former 49ers and Lions head coach Steve Mariucci
Former 49ers and Lions head coach Steve MariucciChris McGrath/Getty Images
Barrett SalleeSEC Football Lead WriterApril 16, 2012

Spring football is starting to wind down, but that doesn't mean that the news has to stop. Here are a few links to get your Monday started.

According to Pete Roussel of CoachingSearch.com, former Detroit Lions and San Francisco 49ers coach Steve Mariucci is interested in the Arkansas head coaching position, as is New England Patriots offensive coordinator and former Denver Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels.

Auburn unveiled statues honoring its three Heisman trophy winners before its spring game, and Charles Goldberg of AL.com captured video of the speeches of Cam Newton, Bo Jackson and Pat Sullivan.

Don Kausler Jr. of AL.com takes a crack at figuring out what Alabama's post-spring depth chart looks like.

The tight end position is becoming more dynamic at Mississippi State, and according to Brandon Marcello of the Jackson Clarion-Ledger, Malcolm Johnson is the reason why.

According to Hugh Kellenberger—also of the Jackson Clarion-Ledger—Ole Miss' quarterbacks combined for eight touchdowns, but also made plenty of mistakes in Ole Miss' scrimmage this weekend.

Tennessee defensive lineman Darrington Sentimore, who spent two seasons at Alabama, expects new Vols defensive coordinator Sal Sunseri to be the spark that leads Tennessee to the SEC title, according to the Associated Press.

Meanwhile, Ken Malcome made his way into the Georgia running back battle, according to Chip Towers of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

The Missouri Tigers used their spring game as an opportunity to unveil their new uniforms, according to Stu Durando of STLToday.com

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