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SEC Headlines – 10/27/10 Part Two

1.  Urban Meyer says his offense has been tweaked, but his players says that’s not so.

2.  They also say that speculation that their coach has softened or changed post-health scare is way off base.

3.  This writer says Florida could lose all five of its final games… including to Appalachian State.  Alrighty.

4.  Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray will have to keep his nerves in check against his homestate school on Saturday.

5.  This writer says it’s time for UGA’s defense to step up against the Gators.  Something the Dawgs’ D rarely does.

6. Kentucky’s Mike Hartline has been added to the watch list for this year’s Manning Award

7.  The Wildcats’ run defense will be in for a test from Mississippi State’s “pound the rock” attack.

8.  UK’s Blue-White basketball scrimmage required some “iron man” performances last night.

9.  This writer suggests that no one will notice who’s calling plays in Columbia… when Marcus Lattimore returns.

10.  The Charleston Post & Courier has asked a doctor to comment on Lattimore’s type of ankle sprain.  Think the guy’s important to the Cocks’ offense or what?

11.  Spurrier expects Lattimore to be “100 percent” on Saturday and has said that either the freshman or Brian Maddox could start at tailback.

12.  Tennessee defensive lineman Malik Jackson says working in the interior is “like working in a phone booth.”

13.  The Vols’ offensive line is starting to make some improvements.

14.  Freshman UT basketballer Tobias Harris puts himself through private, 6am shoot-arounds because he wants “to be the best.”

15.  Vanderbilt’s new offensive coordinator won’t dump the hurry-up offense… but he’ll likely give a few more carries to Warren Norman and Zac Stacy.

16.  Casey Hayward is developing into a first-rate cornerback.

17.  Kevin Stallings’ basketball team is looking to replace AJ Ogilvy.


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