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SEC Headlines – 12/1/11 AM Edition

1.  Harris Poll voters don’t expect to see Oklahoma State jump Alabama.

2.  Roy Kramer — the Father of the SEC Championship Game — talks about his baby and the BCS — which he also helped create — right here.  (Great read… like everything else from Jon Solomon of The Birmingham News.)

3.  This writer says Gene Chizik is making excuses at Auburn and Tiger fans are “beyond irritated with the program’s apparent loss of even regional relevance.”  (Didn’t Chizik lead Auburn to the national championship less than 12 months ago?  A national title used to be a pass for life… now it only ups a coach’s salary.)

4.  Alabama’s hoops team will get a big test from visiting Georgetown tonight.

5.  Arkansas rolled past Mississippi Valley State last night and now focuses on UConn.

6.  LSU’s secondary features playmakers galore.

7.  Ole Miss will be at DePaul tonight as part of the SEC/Big East Challenge.

8.  Dan Mullen says he’d be okay with playing Southern Miss in the Liberty Bowl if things broke in that direction.

9.  Florida forward Erik Murphy won’t need surgery on his injured knee and could return to action next week.

10.  Mark Richt is tired of talking about his tailback situation — Isaiah Crowell’s rumored attitude issues might be one reason.  (Also, Georgia won’t be wearing their ghastly Power Rangers uniforms on Saturday.)

11.  Kentucky’s next two games with St. John’s and North Carolina will reveal a lot about the young Cats.

12.  Bruce Ellington is back with the South Carolina basketball team.

13.  The Knoxville News Sentinel reports that Tennessee receivers coach Charlie Baggett will not return in 2012.  (It’s rumored that star wideout Da’Rick Rogers showed him little respect this season.)

14.  Don’t go writing off Vanderbilt just because of two early season losses.


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