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SEC links for Saturday:
- Florida-South Carolina is big for Meyer, but bigger for Spurrier, writes Pat Dooley of the Gainesville Sun.
- A day of past, present and future for Auburn football, writes Jon Solomon of the Birmingham News.
- Reports that Cecil Newton admitted solicitation of money for son, reports USA Today.
- Mississippi State admission places Auburn outside scope of Newton scandal, writes Jay G. Tate of the Montgomery Advertiser.
- Mark Bradley of the AJC doesn’t believe that Auburn can allow Newton to play today.
- Tennessee’s Tyler Bray doesn’t want to play with feeling, writes Chris Low of espn.com.
- Brad Tinsley earns Vanderbilt’s first triple-double as Commodores start season with a win, reports Bryan Mullen of the Tennessean.
- Alabama basketball gets off to fun start with 76-37 win, reports Cecil Hurt of the Tuscaloosa News.
- Ravern Johnson’s 32 points lead Mississippi State over Tennessee State in basketball, reports Brandon Marcello of the Clarion-Ledger.
- Florida wins its debut, 77-60, reports Kevin Brockway of the Gainesville Sun.
- Tennessee buries Chattanooga 82-62, reports Mike Griffith of the Knoxville News-Sentinel.
- Georgia survives a close basketball call, reports Chris Starrs of the Athens Banner-Herald.
- South Carolina dominates Elon 94-79, reports the AP.
- LSU’s win over Northwestern State brought a mixed bag, writes Scott Hotard of the Baton Rouge Advocate.
- Chris Warren’s 26 points help Ole Miss avoid upset, reports the AP.
- Arkansas turns opener into a romp, writes Robbie Neiswanger of the Arkansas News.