1. From CBS Sports: A Texas A&M coach has spoken to Johnny Manziel about his weekend tweet. Manziel “understands the strength of his words.”
2. The Houston Chronicle has complied a list of the top 20 tweets from Manziel.
3. It’s time for Manziel and college athletes everywhere to take a twitter timeout, writes Kevin Scarbinsky.
4. Alabama’s athletic facility will be receiving an upgrade. Among the items on the agenda: a waterfall in the locker room.
5. Rachel Bachman looks at the increase in hotel prices on football weekends vs. non-football weekends in the SEC.
6. Auburn running back Cameron Artis-Payne is among the nation’s top-five newcomers, according to ESPN’s Danny Kanell.
7. There’s a divide among SEC coaches on up-tempo offenses. Should rules be put in place to slow things down?
8. Linebacker Serderius Bryant is the No. 50 most important player for Ole Miss.
9. Manziel and Texas A&M have earned the cover of Dave Campbell’s Texas Football magazine.
10. Florida linebacker Antonio Morrison is out of jail. He faces a misdemeanor charge of simple battery.
11. Like last year, Georgia is dealing with secondary concerns before the season begins.
12. Former Vol quarterback Peyton Manning worked out with Tennessee players on Monday.
13. Missouri has dismissed linebacker Torey Boozer for “undisclosed disciplinary reasons.”
14. Two ESPN writers discussed the recent joke about Alabama from Texas A&M AD Eric Hyman.
15. Suspended Florida guard Scotty Wilbekin “has work to do” to return to the team, says coach Billy Donovan.
16. The word is out about Kentucky’s “Wildcat Code.” John Calipari discussed it, sort of.
17. Former UNC Asheville guard Keith Hornsby has decided to transfer to LSU. He’ll sit out the 2013-14 season.
18. Tennessee’s freshmen have been “doing everything together” since they arrived on campus.
19. Atlanta radio hosts were fired for their bit that made fun of former NFL player Steve Gleason, who’s battling ALS.
20. Julie Hermann has officially taken over as the athletic director at Rutgers.
21. The future is still in question for North Carolina basketball player P.J. Hairston, who was arrested on June 5.
22. Former Oklahoma State quarterback Wes Lunt will transfer to Illinois. He was not released to any SEC schools.