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SEC Headlines – 10/26/12

SEC WEST

1.  Bad news, SEC fans… Alabama’s freshman class is contributing all over the field.

2.  Kiehl Frazier is healthy, but Clint Moseley will start at quarterback tomorrow against Texas A&M.

3.  Arkansas expects blitzed from Ole Miss, but John L. Smith likes “our matchups from our wideouts on different guys.”

4.  LSU’s off-field troubles continue with arrests of former players… but ex-Tiger T-Bob Hebert says his old program is “easily one of the most drug-free teams in the SEC.”

5.  Arkansas’ defense shouldn’t slow Ole Miss’ progress on offense.

6.  Will Mississippi State’s LaDarius Perkins become the first man to run effectively against top-ranked Bama?

7.  Auburn’s Gene Chizik calls Texas A&M’s defense “very aggressive.”

 

SEC EAST

8.  How much credit does Urban Meyer deserve for Florida’s success this season?

9.  Gator D-tackle Dominique Easley on watching tape from last year’s Georgia game: “It’s like somebody kicked me in my jock.”

10.  Georgia will look to reignite its rushing attack tomorrow.

11.  The Dawgs should be aided by the return of linebacker Jarvis Jones.

12. Hard work is paying off for freshman Kentucky receiver Cody Quinn.

13.  South Carolina D-coordinator Lorenzo Ward on Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray getting rid of the ball quickly: “He throws it when he probably shouldn’t, and he throws it to the other team.”

14.  The Vol football team is frustrated, but players and coaches are still communicating.

15.  Vanderbilt’s schedule is ready-made for a fast finish.

16.  The little things matter to Missouri receiver TJ Moe.

 

SEC/COLLEGE NEWS

17.  USA Today has nabbed a document outlining the NCAA’s new four-tiered penalty structure.

18.  For the first time since 1997, Arkansas’ athletic department is NCAA clean.  And yes, 1997.

19.  Hurricane Sandy could shut down the passing attacks in tomorrow’s Florida-Georgia game.

 

SEC BASKETBALL

20.  Want a roundup of yesterday’s SEC Basketball Media Day with video from all 14 league coaches?  Then click here to go to our Overtime page.

21.  SEC newbies A&M and Mizzou are ready for their hoops baptism.

22.  Tennessee’ Cuonzo Martin is showing more smiles than scowls these days.

23.  Texas A&M coach Billy Kennedy says he feels much better now than he did a year ago when he learned he had Parkinson’s disease.

24.  Arkansas’ Alandise Harris will not be eligible this season after transferring in from Houston.

25.  Meet the most influential college hoops teams of all time and only Kentucky’s ’96 squad made the list.

26.  ESPN’s “All-Access Kentucky” was a hot topic at SEC Media Day yesterday.

27.  Maybe the little green men just wanted to watch a John Calipari practice.

 


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