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SEC Headlines – 1/19/11 Part Two

1.  Florida will look to regain its defensive edge tomorrow night against Auburn.  (Against Auburn?  Here’s guessing they regain it.)

2.  New Gator defensive coordinator Dan Quinn is expected to arrive in Gainesville this week.

3.  Mark Fox said Tennessee made one more play than his Georgia team in a 59-57 loss last night.

4.  Backup offensive lineman Tanner Strickland is ending his Georgia career early.

5.  Georgia had to report a pretty small secondary violation in football recently.

6.  For you animal lovers out there (and I am one, too), Uga VIII is responding well to chemotheraphy being used to treat lymphoma.

7.  Following last night’s 68-66 loss to Alabama, John Calipari said (among other things) his Kentucky team doesn’t have the same “will to win” this season.

8.  UK’s youth has led to a roller-coaster ride in 2010-11.

9.  Twany Beckham — who’s transferring to UK to walk on — left Mississippi State due to “all the turmoil” in Starkville.

10.  Darrin Horn wants his Carolina team to be focused when Arkansas hits town tonight.

11.  The Gamecocks are off to a mildly surprising 2-1 start in league play.

12.  Tennessee’s buzzer-beating final play didn’t go as scripted in last night’s victory over Georgia.

13.  Brian Williams wants everyone to know that on his last-second bucket he “shot it like Kobe.”

14.  Kevin Stallings needs for Vanderbilt to play to the final buzzer tonight.

15.  The Commodores host Ole Miss as John Jenkins and Chris Warren try to out-gun one another.

16.  VU quarterback Jordan Rodgers was on ESPN today to talk about Sunday’s Bears-Packers game with fill feature his brother, Aaron Rodgers, quarterbacking against his pal and former Vandy QB Jay Cutler.

17.  The SEC is selling “5 Football National Champions In A Row!” T-shirts at its website…

18.  And naturally someone is taking issue with that decision.

 




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