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SEC Headlines 10/30/2011

Arkansas 31 – Vanderbilt 28

1. Razorbacks rally, Vandy loses an 11-point second-half lead.

2. Third time this season Arkansas has trailed by double-digits.

3. Razorbacks struggle early in early games.

4. Fake punts, fourth-down tries and an ejection.

Georgia 24 – Florida 20

5. Just Georgia’s fourth victory in the last 22 tries against the Gators.

6. Mark Richt’s fourth-down gambles pay off.

7. Memories of Doug Dickey’s Fourth-And-Dumb call.

8. Mark Bradley: “One play changed this game and maybe the course of Georgia’s season.”

9. Mike Bianchi: “The Gators, under new coach Will Muschamp, are as helpless and hopeless as they’ve been in decades.”

10. Pat Dooley: “Penalties, mistakes, turnovers, no running game. Been there, seen that.”

Auburn 41 – Ole Miss 23

11. Four TD passes for Clint Moseley and 177 yards rushing for Mike Dyer.

12. Should Moseley have been the starter all along?

13. Gus Malzahn’s offense regains its mojo.

14. But then again, it was the Ole Miss defense.

Mississippi State 28 – Kentucky 16

15. Bulldogs earn their first SEC victory of the season.

16. Dan Mullen’s two-quarterback system may be here to stay.

17. State’s defensive tackles dominate.

18. Kentucky quarterback Morgan Newton knocked out of game.

19. Backup quarterback Maxwell Smith provides a ray of hope for the Wildcats.

South Carolina 14 – Tennessee 3

20. Freshman running back Brandon Wilds rushes for 137 yards.

21. Ron Morris: “We have surmised all season that South Carolina’s defense is among the best in the nation. Saturday’s performance against Tennessee proved it.

22. Fourth consecutive loss and  fourth consecutive season-low output for the Tennessee offense.

23. John Adams: Justin Worley experiment blew up the laboratory.

SEC – Big 12 Division: Mizzou 38 – Texas A&M 31 (OT)

24. Mizzou rallies to stun the Aggies at Kyle Field.

25. Third meltdown of the year for Texas A&M.


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