SEC Lunch: Delicious SEC Selections from Around the SB Nation for Sept. 9

Crystal LoGiudice-USA TODAY Sports

Catching you up on some of the best stuff around the SB Nation about the SEC

Oklahoma St Under Les Miles Accused of Rampant Violations: This is an interesting story that might not ultimately mean that much, given that the reports fall outside of the NCAA's statute of limitations. Still, if it gets too embarrassing, it could be a problem for Les Miles and LSU moving forward. Worth keeping an eye on. [And the Valley Shook]

SEC football review, Week 2: Georgia gets a leg up in the East: Tidbits about each SEC team from our Auburn blog. [College and Magnolia]

Alabama Football 2013: Texas A&M and Alabama Offensive and Defensive Stat Comparisons: Since this is going to be the game of the week this week, you might as well get started here. [Roll Bama Roll]

The Commodore Review: How Vanderbilt Really Looked in Their 38-3 Win Over Austin Peay: An interesting look at the Commodores' first-quarter struggles and what that could mean for the future. [Anchor of Gold]

Gators on Both Extremes in Statistical Columns after Week 2: Did the Miami game this year look like last year's game against ... Georgia. [Alligator Army]

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