SEC Football Morning Coffee: Florida Could Use a Two-Quarterback System

Barrett SalleeSEC Football Lead WriterMay 4, 2012

Florida QB Jeff Driskel
Florida QB Jeff DriskelSam Greenwood/Getty Images

Rise and shine, SEC fans. We made it to the end of the week. Here are some links to get you to the weekend.

Florida's quarterback battle is still ongoing, and head coach Will Muschamp said Thursday that he may use two quarterbacks in 2012, according to Doug Fernandes of the Sarasota Herald-Tribune.

Georgia head coach Mark Richt isn't a fan of coaches placing transfer restrictions on transfers, writes Michael Carvell of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Former Georgia head coach Vince Dooley has had issues with departing president Michael Adams in the past, but according to Chip Towers of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Dooley isn't interested in the past.

Former Florida quarterback Chris Leak is hopping into the media industry. Leak will co-host College Sports Coast to Coast with Chris Childers on Sirius/XM channel 91, according to the Gainesville Sun.

Robert Nkemdiche, the nation's No. 1 overall prospect, is now considering Mississippi State, according to Brandon Marcello of the Jackson Clarion-Ledger.

Ole Miss' drug policy has come under fire lately, and according to Hugh Kellenberger of the Jackson Clarion-Ledger, the University plans on tweaking it. 

The Auburn Tigers have loaded up on offensive line prospects during the last two recruiting classes, and according to Matt Scalici of, the Tigers are focused on a small O-line class in 2013.

Meanwhile, Alabama is making the offensive line a top priority in 2013 according to Scalici.

New academic standards are coming, and could bring with them the term "academic redshirt" according to