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SEC Headlines – 12/22/10 Part Two

1.  Sean Hayes of The Sporting News believes Gus Malzahn would be a better hire for Maryland than Mike Leach (based on what exactly?)… and he manages to work in some shots that Vandy fans won’t like, too.

2.  Mississippi State’s Renardo Sidney will be suspended for one game due to “an incident in practice on Monday and general insubordination.”

3.  Sidney took to Twitter yesterday to share his thoughts.  The results ran the gamut from defiant (“Haha keep hating people am loving it…”) to bizarre (“If u go to Mississippi state and I dnt kno u dnt hit my page up and u dnt kno what u talking about cuz it can get realy ugly in Starkville…”).

4.  MSU’s football team is now on Christmas break.

5.  Ole Miss is preparing to play Texas State today in Cancun, Mexico… finally arriving after numerous travel delays.

6.  In case you thought ESPN was just buying up bowl games to create more programming, the network also owns a glut of basketball tournaments (like the one Ole Miss is in) too.

7.  Tailback Jeff Demps is confident that Will Muschamp will bring in the right guy to fix Florida’s offense.

8.  The relationship between Muschamp and Florida State’s Jimbo Fisher changed when the first-time coach accepted UF’s job offer.

9.  Former Texas players believe the Gators’ new coach will do very well.

10.  There are conflicting reports on whether or not Texas has hired Teryl Austin and Steve Addazio from UF.

11.  Florida basketball fans are wondering what’s wrong with Chandler Parsons.

12.  A 16-tackle performance in his last game just whet the appetite of Georgia defensive end Abry Jones.

13.  Incoming freshman quarterback Christian LeMay joined UGA for its final three days of on-campus bowl practice.

14.  If AJ Green goes pro, fellow receiver Tavarres King could be the man to replace him.

15.  Tailback Caleb King is not expected to be academically eligible for the Liberty Bowl

16.  It sounds like Mark Richt is ready to put 2010 in the rearview mirror.

17.  For all the talk of Greg McGarity easing the Dawgs’ schedule, the new AD has had preliminary discussions with Michigan, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Penn State about locking up a home-and-home series.  (He also added Boise State as next season’s opener.)  Kudos.

18.  Georgia’s 85-38 win over High Point last night was the Dawgs biggest blowout victory since 2006.


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