1. It’s finally official: quarterback Jacob Coker will transfer from Florida State to Alabama.
2. Coker has a “good plan in place” to get ready for the quarterback competition at Alabama.
3. LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron shot down reports that he will join the Cleveland Browns.
4. Pat Dooley has winners and losers following college football’s silly season for coaches.
5. Georgia is waiting on the NCAA to clear up questions on non-coaching staff members working at football programs.
6. Missouri’s system president plans to ask for an independent review of the football program’s handling of an alleged sexual assault in 2010.
7. Mississippi State coach Rick Ray apologized to Marshall Henderson for yelling at Henderson on Saturday. Ray: “I was totally at fault.”
8. Ole Miss suffered a “major blow” by losing guard Martavious Newby to a broken hand injury.
9. There are several SEC teams behind Florida and Kentucky with similar resumes. They aren’t overly impressive.
10. Florida is up to No. 4 in the CBS Sports top 25 (and one). Kentucky is the only other SEC team on the list.
11. Guard Michael Frazier II is providing plenty of versatility for Florida.
12. Tennessee’s basketball team is going to struggle when guard Jordan McRae is unable to score.
13. “Year 3 is a crossroads” for Vols coach Cuonzo Martin, writes David Climer.
14. Seniors have stolen from the spotlight from the highly-touted freshmen this college basketball season.
15. No. 1 Arizona beat Utah 65-56 on Sunday. The Wildcats improved their record to 20-0 on the season.
16. North Carolina’s hoops team beat Clemson on Sunday. The Tar Heels are 57-0 at home against Clemson.