A look at what's making headlines around the SEC on Tuesday:

  • Florida still isn't any closer to settling the QB battle between sophomores Jeff Driskel and Jacoby Brissett after its first scrimmage. Coach Will Muschamp said he has confidence in both, but neither has seperated from the other.  

  • There is some confusion surrounding Auburn LB commitment Reuben Foster. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution orginally reported that the NCAA met with Foster and his mom on Monday to discuss his recruitment, but an updated report from the AJC said it's not clear if it is the NCAA or Alabama state high school representatives conducting the interview. 

  • The Vols did some shuffling along the DL in practice on Monday. Junior Maurice Couch, who had been working at NT, slid out to DE. Junior college transfer Daniel McCullers, who is the biggest player in the SEC at 6-foot-6 and 380 pounds, was working with the starters at NT. 

  • Georgia has lost five RBs in the last 25 months to various off-the-field issues. That's why freshman RBs Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall are so valuable. They have talent, and appear to be model citizens as well.

  • Ole Miss senior DT Gilbert Pena is having a great fall camp. He's not exactly a lightweight at 320 pounds, but he has cut 20 pounds since last year, and is moving around much better. "He shows up play almost every practice," coach Hugh Freeze said

  • Alabama is again loaded with NFL draft prospect for the 2013 class. CBSSports.com draft analyst Rob Rang takes a look at its top five prospects -- G Chance Warmack, C Barrett Jones, T D.J. Fluker, DL Jesse Williams and RB Eddie Lacy.  

  • Former Auburn RB Michael Dyer tweeted that he is heading to Prairie View A&M to play in 2012 after being dismissed from Arkansas State over the offseason. However, the head coach there denies having contact with Dyer.

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