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SEC Headlines – 9/29/11

Short number of headlines today.  We’re rushing to put together some new expansion numbers for you that we hope to have up sometime between tomorrow and Monday.

1.  This writer puts the over/under on how long Will Muschamp will last at Florida at six years.

2.  It’s rare for the Gators to be a home underdog… but they are against Alabama.

3.  Two more backups have left the Georgia program, reducing team depth once more.

4.  Kentucky is preparing for Saturday’s showdown with The Mad Hatter.

5.  A bad sign: In just his second year, Joker Phillips is the subject of a “give him more time” column.  Yikes.

6.  South Carolina has three outstanding defensive ends and only two defensive end positions to fill.

7.  Obvious statement: Tennessee needs to run the ball better.

8.  Cuonzo Martin says having Bruce Pearl around Knoxville won’t be “a distraction at all.”  (Let’s see what he says after a couple of losses when folks start their “Bring Back Bruce” campaigns.)

9.  Vanderbilt will be sticking with Larry Smith at quarterback.

10.  Alabama linebacker CJ Mosley will be a game-time decision on Saturday.

11.  Harvey Updyke — alleged tree-poisoner — didn’t admit to attacking the trees at Toomer’s Corner, but he did say on the radio yesterday: “I just want to tell the Auburn people that I’m truly sorry for all the damage I’ve done.”  (Nope.  That’s not an admission at all.  Next he’ll write a book with OJ called, “If I Did It.”)

12.  Problems at Auburn have stalled the Gus Bus this season.

13.  Looks like someone else has now contacted MAC officials to discuss their scheduling of a 13-team league… as we did on Monday.

14.  Injuries are testing the depth at defensive end for Arkansas.

15.  Safety Tramain Thomas has taken some heat from D-coordinator Willy Robinson this week.

16.  Through four games, LSU is already at +8 in turnover margin.

17.  MSU’s defensive backs are stepping up at the right time.

18.  Can Ole Miss fix all that’s broken?

19.  The man behind a number of popular conservative radio shows is the lone point person of the Forward Rebels campaign to get UM to fire AD Pete Boone.

20.  The president of Ole Miss came out swinging yesterday, decrying the group’s “anonymous, malicious and public attacks” on Boone.  Dan Jones also revealed that he’s received threats stating that “it is going to get real ugly” if he doesn’t fire Boone… and that attacks on other athletic department officials might be next.  (Pathetic.)


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