SEC Football Morning Coffee: Auburn Gets Good News from NCAA
Rise and shine, SEC fans. Here are a few links to get your Friday started.
Auburn received good news from the NCAA on Thursday. Fullback Jay Prosch, an All-American last season at Illinois, has been granted a waiver and is eligible for the 2012 season, writes Jay G. Tate of the Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser. Prosch is a native of Mobile, Ala. and wants to be closer to his mother, who is suffering from brain cancer.
Mississippi State will break ground on an $80 million expansion of Davis Wade Stadium this summer or fall, writes Brandon Marcello of the Jackson (Miss.) Clarion-Ledger.
A billboard promoting Tennessee football features current Alabama player Robert Lester, writes Matt Scalici of AL.com.
The trial of alleged Toomer's Corner tree poisoner Harvey Updyke has been delayed, writes Evan Woodbery of AL.com.
Georgia running backs coach Bryan McClendon thinks that his group of running backs in 2012 is better than any group that he has coached at Georgia, writes Marc Weiszer of the Athens (Ga.) Banner-Herald.
In order to keep up with the Joneses in the SEC, Kentucky is making a concerted effort to recruit in the state of Ohio, writes Kyle Tucker of the Louisville (Ky.) Courier-Journal.
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