SEC Football Morning Coffee: Busy Week Ahead at Annual Spring Meetings

Barrett SalleeSEC Football Lead WriterMay 29, 2012

SEC commissioner Mike Slive (right) with former Florida quarterback Tim Tebow
SEC commissioner Mike Slive (right) with former Florida quarterback Tim TebowKevin C. Cox/Getty Images

Rise and shine, SEC fans. Here are a few links to get your Tuesday going.

Dave Matter of the Columbia (Mo.) Daily Tribune is in Destin, Fla. covering the SEC spring meetings, and filed this story on what he expects to happen this week on the emerald coast.

The SEC is moving towards implementing the 6-1-1 schedule, with each team playing one permanent cross-division game and one rotating cross-division game per season, writes Jon Solomon of The Birmingham News.

Expect the SEC to come to some sort of unified postseason stance this week in Destin. Commissioner Mike Slive told the Associated Press that he's in favor of the four-team playoff, not a plus-1.

Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray and Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson will attend the Manning Passing Academy this summer in Thibidoux, La., writes Patrick Brown of the Chattanooga Times Free Press.

The position in Arkansas' athletic department formerly occupied by Jessica Dorrell is open again, according to Chris Bahn of No word on if it comes with a $20,000 under-the-table signing bonus.

Charles Goldberg of recaps Auburn's "Big Cat Weekend."