Verne Lundquist, Gary Danielson and Tracy Wolfson are back.
"It's a tough matchup for Arkansas even if Tyler Wilson was healthy for this game, even if Bobby Petrino was calling the plays," Danielson said. "It's a tough matchup because Arkansas has not proven that they can block Alabama's front seven and protect the quarterback. But we should get Arkansas's best shot -- they should be a desperate team, they should be playing for almost their whole season here, and if they're going to play a great game, this should be the one they play."
Danielson is particularly interested in watching Alabama QB AJ McCarron, a player he doesn't think gets enough recognition and is a dark horse candidate for the Heisman Trophy.
McCarron has completed 25 of 40 passes (62.5 percent) for 418 yards, six touchdowns and no interceptions through two games this season.
"AJ has always had a ton of talent," he said. "You couldn't help but notice on the practice field even when he wasn't a player that he had a boat-load of talent, way more talent than the last two guys that played there -- John Parker Wilson and Greg McElroy -- just raw, physical talent. He was brought along slowly last year because Alabama was able to play defense and run the ball, and the quarterback LSU faced at the Championship game was a much different quarterback than everyone faced in the first six games."
CBS Sports also returns with College Football Today, the network's pregame, halftime and post-game show, featuring host Tim Brando and analysts Spencer Tillman and Tony Barnhart. College Football Today will begin at 3 p.m. ET on CBS, and it will be preceded by College Football Special, a look at some of the big storylines in 2012, at 2:30 p.m. ET.
At the conclusion of CBS Sports' coverage of its SEC game every week, CBS Sports Network will take over with SEC Tonight at 7 p.m. ET. SEC Tonight will recap all scores, news and highlights from around the SEC.
CBS Sports will also be live streaming Saturday's game, as well as the entire SEC on CBS schedule for 2012. That stream can be accessed through CBSSports.com, CBS Sports Mobile or through a link on the website of any CBS affiliate station. CBSSports.com will also have weekly pre-game, halftime and post-game shows. Danielson will make a weekly appearance on the post-game show.
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