SEC Football Morning Coffee: Texas A&M and Missouri Officially SEC Members
Rise and shine, SEC fans. Here are a few links to get your Monday started.
As of midnight CT on Sunday morning, Missouri and Texas A&M officially became members of the SEC. Texas A&M is counting on fans for stability during the transition, according to Brent Zwerneman of the Houston Chronicle, while Kent Babb of the Kansas City Star has a primer for Tiger fans.
As if things weren't hectic enough for the Aggies, they also announced late Friday afternoon that former South Carolina athletic director Eric Hyman will be taking over as their new AD, according to a release from Texas A&M.
The secondary is a big concern for the Auburn Tigers this season, and Jay G. Tate breaks down the unit for the Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser.
Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron was outstanding in the BCS National Championship Game, taking home offensive MVP honors, but his development continues, writes Andrew Gribble of AL.com.
LSU got good news over the weekend with the commitment of 4-star linebacker Melvin Jones, according to Albert Buford of the New Orleans Times Picayune.
Georgia running back Isaiah Crowell was dismissed late Friday afternoon. Mark Bradley of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution asks, "Why Georgia?"
Three Florida defensive linemen from the Class of 2012 are not on campus but should be cleared, according to Mike Capshaw of GatorCountry.com.
Tauren Poole is gone, but Patrick Brown of the Chattanooga (Tenn.) Times Free Press is here to introduce you to Tennessee's running back corps.
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