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Around the Auburn Nation and the SEC...

Good Sunday morning to you. You can tell it's getting closer to kickoff by the number of stories being published around the internet. Football coverage is in full force now and the coming week promises to bring more drama. Auburn is looking to get a commitment from one of the top linebackers in the country on Monday and Alabama may finally receive their punishment for the textbook scandal that has cast a cloud around the program for more than a year. And you'll never believe how much Tennessee spent on recruiting this year. You can read about all of that and more below...

SEC rule will not help academic standards -

UA has used act to limit disclosures in textbook case | | The Tuscaloosa News | Tuscaloosa, AL

SportsNation Polls - SportsNation - ESPN

AUBURN COACHING SPOTLIGHT: Cool-hand Luper shows steadiness | | Montgomery Advertiser

Another $1 million signing class; cost of recruiting has UT staying within budget for 2009-10 : Football :

Secrecy 101: Athletic departments use vague law to keep public records from being seen : Other Sports : LB Prospect Planning to Announce His Pick

Sand Mountain Reporter - Scott Fountain Back With Gene Chizik