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SEC Headlines – 1/8/2012

1. It might be the biggest matchup in the BCS Championship Game: Les Miles vs. Nick Saban.

2. Don’t forget about the assistant coaches. They’re some of the biggest names in college football.

3. LSU assistant Steve Kragthorpe has battled plenty of adversity off the field this year.

4. LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson has comeback from a different kind of challenge off the field.

5. Here’s a discussion from each side of why Alabama and LSU will win.

6. Could the Alabama-LSU rematch once again come down to a final kick?

7. If so, the Alabama kickers have a shot at redemption, writes Stewart Mandel of

8. LSU defensive end Sam Montgomery called Alabama running back Trent Richardson the “best in the world.”

9. Matt Hayes of Sporting News wonders how long the SEC’s dominance will last.

10. This rematch is the wrong game for college football, writes Dennis Dodd of

11. LSU punter Brad Wing has proven to be a weapon for the Tigers this season.

12. Florida basketball coach Billy Donovan hopes his team learns from another road loss, this time at Tennessee.

13. It’s time to start asking questions about Florida, writes Gary Parrish of CBSSports.

14. It was a signature win for first-year Tennessee coach Cuonzo Martin.

15. The Tennessee basketball team is buying in to what Martin is selling, writes Mike Strange of the Knoxville News Sentinel.

16. It was Terrence Jones’ turn to lead the way in Kentucky’s 79-64 win over South Carolina.

17. Kentucky freshman point guard Marquis Teague is learning to deal with criticism.

18. Kentucky took advantage of South Carolina’s missed shots.

19. Arkansas beat Mississippi State 98-88 and improved to 12-0 in Bud Walton Arena this season.

20. Arkansas’ pressure was a problem for Mississippi State, which committed 18 turnovers in its loss to Arkansas.

21. LSU dominated Ole Miss in its 81-55 win in Baton Rouge.

22. Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy said the Rebels got knocked down and “didn’t get up.”

23. Neither did Auburn. Vanderbilt handled the Tigers with ease in a 65-35 rout in Nashville.

24. Alabama was too much for Georgia as the Crimson Tide rolled in Athens 74-59.

25. Alabama guard Trevor Lacey scored a career-high 19 points against Georgia.


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