Evan Woodbery, Mobile Press-Register: Auburn is examining whether any NCAA rules were broken during Saturday's "Big Cat" recruiting weekend. Auburn hosted roughly two-dozen top prospects on unofficial visits, providing an activity-packed weekend that culminated in the rolling of Toomer's Corner late Saturday in front of more than 100 cheering fans. At least two NCAA bylaws may have been breached.
Ian R. Rapoport, Birmingham News: Running back recruit Lache Seastrunk, during his visit to Auburn over the weekend, called out Alabama's Nick Saban. "Hey, tell Nick Saban, he's S.O.L!"
John Adams, Knoxville News-Sentinel: It's time for the Bowl Championship Series to include strength of schedule as a separate component in its rankings format.
Josh Ward, Knoxville News-Sentinel: Incoming Tennessee recruits say criticism of Lane Kiffin is unwarranted. "Some people say he needs to watch it," Marsalis Teague says, "but coming from a player's perspective, I think we actually like that when your head coach is ready to defend you or do whatever for you. I'm ready to get out there and try to help defend him."
Heisman Pundit: His annual list of the fastest players in college football.
Joe Biddle, Tennessean: Vanderbilt's Bobby Johnson finally got to meet his look-alike, Steve Martin. "The first thing he said was, 'Hey, you look like me,' " Johnson said of Martin.
Jack Bogaczyk, Charleston Daily Mail: Filling the schedule is proving to be costly for West Virginia.
Doug Smock, Charleston Gazette: If you don't feel at least a twinge of sympathy for Marshall's Mark Snyder these days, you have no heart.
Losers With Socks: The audio file of Steve Spurrier's run-in with Kiffin at the Southeastern Conference meetings.
The Quad: Paul Myerberg is counting them down with No. 93 Akron.