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SEC Headlines 8/1/2011

1. Texas A&M and Missouri?  The latest SEC expansion rumors.  The Texas Longhorn Network controversy may be decided today.  A&M goes to the NCAA to get the network stopped from airing high school games.

2. Whatever happens in the Big 12 would start other dominoes falling.

3. Kirk Herbstreit: “I think Arkansas is this year’s version of Auburn.”

4. South Carolina quarterback Stephen Garcia expected to be reinstated today.

5. Marcus Lattimore and Alshon Jeffery will provide the offensive firepower for South Carolina this year.

6. A preseason view of the Gamecocks from Florida.

7. Kentucky has the ingredients for a better defense this year.

8. Four players who could be crucial for Tennessee this fall.

9. The Volunteers have experience in three key areas – at quarterback, offensive line and in the secondary.

10. Georgia’s new strength and conditioning program - the rest of the story.

11. Breaking down Florida’s receiving corps.

12. Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen says the SEC West is the toughest division in all of college football.

13. Could the Bulldogs Chad Bumphis blossom into a 1,000 yard wide receiver?

14. A question about Nick Saban, NCAA rules and the T-Town Meanswear controversy.

15. Off-field scandals and bringing accountability to college sports.

16. Vanderbilt’s John Jenkins makes the final training roster for the USA Basketball World University Games. Darius Miller made the cut and so did Alabama’s JaMychal Green.

17. An outsider adjusts to life in SEC Country.

 




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