Rise and shine, SEC fans. It's the middle of the week, but there's no shortage of SEC news. Here's what's going on today.
Mike Herndon of the Mobile (Ala.) Press-Register writes that Auburn offensive coordinator just needs to be himself to be successful on The Plains.
Former Arkansas running back Darren McFadden is bringing a youth camp back to his old stomping grounds, according to Casey Hawkins of ArkansasSports360.com.
Coaches and administrators from Texas A&M, Missouri and the SEC will be in Atlanta on Wednesday for an event welcoming the two new schools to the conference (via AggieSports.com).
The SEC changed a rule to allow teams to host recruits at off-campus games, but Georgia and Florida won't take advantage of that rule change during their annual meeting in Jacksonville, Fla., writes Michael Carvell of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Former Tennessee tight end Cameron Clear will play for Arizona Western College, according to the Knoxville (Tenn.) News Sentinel. Clear was recently dismissed from the Vols after an arrest for theft of a laptop.
The Kentucky vs. Louisville rivalry is fierce, and Louisville has taken the battle to the bathroom by placing the Wildcat logo inside urinals (via KegsNEggsBlog.com).