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Monday Morning Bits And Blurbs

Kudos to Chris Low of ESPN.com for putting links for creating a weekend scrimmage catch-all.

Sports Illustrated has provided a one-page preview of the 2009 SEC season… from the standings to the award-winners to Florida’s predicted victory over Ole Miss in Atlanta.

SI.com has also provided scouting reports for their Top 20 which includes Florida (#1), Ole Miss (#6), Alabama (#8), LSU (#13) and Georgia (#15).

Alabama has sent a report to the SEC after investigating a fishing trip Julio Jones and Mark Ingram took with a friend this spring.  The “friend” (who’s a 56-year-old man) paid for the trip, which could be an NCAA violation… but it’s doubtful that the players will be suspended.  UA contends they have no connection to the man who funded the trip.

Less than two weeks from the start of the season, South Carolina starting defensive end Clifton Geathers is facing multiple charges after begin arrested at a Columbia nightclub early Sunday morning.  As per university policy, Geathers is suspended until his case is resolved.



Tony Barnhart of the AJC covers the following topics in his latest blog:

1.  Alabama fans are tired of the NCAA snooping around Tuscaloosa while seemingly ignoring the Reggie Bush story at Southern Cal

2.  South Carolina needs a curfew

3.  Tim Tebow missing a day of practice is no big deal

4.  The national champ will come from Florida, Texas, Oklahoma or Southern Cal



And finally, another Tennessee receiver is on the shelf for four- to six-weeks after Gerald Jones sprained his ankle in a weekend scrimmage.

 




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