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SEC East Headlines – 4/12/10

1.  Florida’s quarterback situation looks better now than it did when spring practice kicked off.

2.  Freshman Trey Burton is drawing comparisons to Tim Tebow.  Uh-oh.

3.  The Gators will have some promising wide receivers to throw to.

4.  Urban Meyer plans to take things just a tad bit easier this summer.

5.  One reporter wants to know if Meyer will definitely be back this fall.

6.  Georgia quarterback candidate Zach Mettenberger’s footwork has improved since last season.

7.  Mark Richt plans to have a depth chart ready by the end of the week.

8.  If fans had their say, Mettenberger would be the Dawgs’ QB this fall.

9.  The spring was “all build-up and no climax” for Georgia fans.

10.  This writer will disappoint some UGA fans with his declaration that Florida is still the best team in the East.

11.  Kentucky’s offense bested the Wildcats’ defense in a weekend scrimmage.

12.  Mike Hartline “has pulled ahead” of Morgan Newton and Ryan Mossakowski in UK’s quarterback derby. 

13.  No.  Really.  Patrick Patterson still might return to Kentucky… despite what a UK press release said last week.

14.  After an up-and-down spring, South Carolina’s Stephen Garcia faces a critical summer.

15.  Cornerback Stephon Gilmore is more worried about his defense than he is running Carolina’s WildCock offense.

16.  Here are five lessons learned from the Gamecocks’ spring.

17.  Steve Spurrier is still embarrassed about his team’s 20-7 loss to UConn in the Bowl.

18.  Tennessee’s young receivers are catching on this spring.

19.  Derek Dooley has asked two media members to serve as celebrity coaches at this week’s spring game.

20.  Two incoming UT freshmen basketballers showed both strengths and weaknesses at a weekend prospect tournament.

21.  Watching the spring game, it was pretty clear to this writer that Vanderbilt’s offense is not improved.

22.  Much of the blame could go to a young, banged up offensive line.

23.  Star Commodore linebacker Chris Marve sat out the scrimmage and was scheduled to undergo an arthroscopic procedure on his shoulder today.  Marve is expected to be ready this fall.


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