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SEC Football Morning Coffee: Malcolm Mitchell Back at Wide Receiver for Georgia

Georgia DB/WR Malcolm Mitchell
Georgia DB/WR Malcolm MitchellKevin C. Cox/Getty Images
Barrett SalleeSEC Football Lead WriterJune 27, 2012

Rise and shine, SEC fans. Here are a few links to get your Wednesday started.


Georgia wide receiver-turned-cornerback Malcolm Mitchell wasn't listed as a wide receiver on Georgia's preseason depth chart, but that doesn't mean that he's gone for good. According to Marc Weiszer of the Athens (Ga.) Banner-Herald, Mitchell has been catching plenty of passes this summer from quarterback Aaron Murray.

Robbie Andreu of the Gainesville (Fla.) Sun ranks the opposing quarterbacks on Florida's schedule in 2012.

The march to a four-team playoff was led by the SEC, writes David Climer of The Tennessean

The mother of Alabama signee Landon Collins has changed her tune on Alabama, writes Matt Scalici of She was openly disappointed when Collins committed to Alabama on ESPN.

Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News opines that Auburn's absence from the Orange Bowl in 2004 set this playoff train in motion.

Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze and Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen gave their thoughts on the playoff to Hugh Kellenberger of the Jackson (Miss.) Clarion-Ledger.

Texas A&M has suspended linebacker Steven Jenkins and defensive back Howard Matthews for one game for violation of team policy, writes Robert Cessna of the Bryan-College Station (Texas) Eagle.


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