SEC Morning Coffee: Alabama's Championship Trophy Shattered

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SEC Morning Coffee: Alabama's Championship Trophy Shattered
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Good morning SEC football fans. Here are a few links to get your Tuesday started.

Alabama's 2011 championship was shattered...well, sort of. According to Andrew Gribble of AL.com, Alabama's 2011 BCS Championship trophy was accidentally broken by a parent of a current player during the Crimson Tide A-Day festivities.

According to Charles Goldberg of AL.com, Auburn head coach Gene Chizik is pleased with his Tigers, after wrapping up spring practice on Monday.

Arkansas players are rallying around the current staff, according to Chris Bahn of ArkansasSports360.com.

Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin isn't going to name a starting quarterback, despite rumblings that Jameill Showers may have the inside track, according to David Harris of the Bryan-College Station Eagle.

Robbie Andreu of the Gainesville Sun has five summer suggestions for the Florida Gators.

Georgia athletics director Greg McGarity said that Georgia's strict drug policy will not be adjusted, according to Marc Weiszer of the Athens Banner-Herald.

Tennessee running back Marlin Lane is back and trying to make an impact for the Vols, according to Austin Ward of the Knoxville News Sentinel.

Jennifer Smith of the Lexington Herald-Leader profiles Kentucky running back CoShik Williams, who has gone from walk-on to starter.

 

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