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SEC Headlines October 2, 2011 Part Two

Auburn 16 – South Carolina 13

1. Auburn runs 92 plays – South Carolina just 52.

2. Tigers defense holds Marcus Lattimore to 66 yards on 17 carries.

3. Jon Solomon: “That final touchdown drive was a referendum on Trotter.”

4. Gamecocks rally attempt runs out of time.  SEC confirms right call made on final play.

5. South Carolina special jerseys pulled at the minute – “Numbers and letters on the special jerseys were almost indecipherable.”

Alabama 38 – Florida 10

6. First win at Florida for Alabama since 1999.

7. Career-best 181 rushing yards for Trent Richardson.

8. Two big blows delivered by Courtney Upshaw.

9.  Pat Dooley:” That’s the thing about this Alabama team – it doesn’t just beat you, it beats you up.

10. Negative 17 yards rushing for Florida in first half.

11. Kevin Scarbinsky: “This Alabama team is well on its way. To another SEC crown and beyond.”

12. Mike Bianchi on Will Muschamp: “You are not yet ready to take on the master and the mentor.”

13. 33 days until Ali-Frazier – also known as the Alabama-LSU game.

Ole Miss 38 – Fresno State 28

14. Offense explodes in first-ever trip to California.

15. Randall Mackey third starting quarterback for Ole Miss this season. Houston Nut talks about the decision.

16. 140 yards for sophomore running back Jeff Scott.

17. “Even Vanderbilt may have the Bulldogs beat in terms of game-day atmosphere.”

 


1 comments
John
John

No surprise on the Bama game. Florida had struggled with UT, a very suspect team, and not played anyone else. It's Bama and LSU by a country mile as the best two teams in the league, as well as the country.

UGA still has a chance in the East, especially since they don't play LSU or Bama. They might back into it. UGA-UF and UF-USC should decide the East. Tennessee's schedule is too tough, and obviously Vandy and the Cats have no shot.



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