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SEC Headlines – 8/24/11 Part One

1.  The Duron Carter situation remains unresolved at Alabama.

2.  Fellow wideout Danny Woodson is also a question mark at this point.

3.  The Tide was back at practice yesterday after two days off.

4.  Here’s more on “the mobile drug dealer” that has been arrested in connection with the death of Alabama’s Aaron Douglas.

5.  Auburn’s wide receiver rotation is almost set.

6.  The Tigers have some young “veterans” anchoring their D-line.

7.  This writer believes NCAA president Mark Emmert should pipe down regarding the Cam Newton investigation.

8.  Though everyone under the sun expects Tyler Wilson to be Arkansas’ quarterback this year, UA’s coaches says they’re still evaluating the QB race.

9.  True freshman offensive tackle Mitch Smothers is pushing for playing time.

10.  Freshman Hog running back Kody Walker needs to “run lower.”

11.  The LSU-Oregon game is rife with off-field issues.

12.  Jordan Jefferson has put Les Miles in a tricky situation.

13.  LSU’s bar fight was the top story on campus as students began their new semester.  (“They’re idiots,” said one student… who’s now liable to be kicked in the head.)

14.  Linebacker Ryan Baker is taking a leadership role with the Tigers (and his timing couldn’t be better).

15.  Chad Bumphis needs to be Mississippi State’s Percy Harvin.

16.  Dan Mullen says the season opener with Memphis isn’t creeping up on his team, “it’s jumping on us.”

17.  MSU’s athletic budget is growing.

18.  Freshman Nickolas Brassell is practicing with the receivers, the DBs and the special teams units at Ole Miss.

19.  Linebacker Joel Kight is being cautious with his tweaked hamstring.

20.  Barry Brunetti is torn over how he won the starting quarterback job in Oxford: “It’s kind of exciting, but at the same time it’s kind of sad… (Randall) Mackey’s like my best friend here.”  (Sounds like a good kid.)


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