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SEC Headlines 9/24/013

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1. Nick Saban is still trying to decide who will play in Alabama’s secondary on Saturday against Ole Miss.

2. Rebels safety Cody Prewitt believes the Ole Miss-Alabama game is “really going to be a throw-down.”

3. Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace on facing Alabama: “I think we can put points on them.”

4. Auburn’s next game will be against Ole Miss on Oct. 5. But Auburn is more worried about itself right now.

5. Arkansas has to move on from its loss to Rutgers because Texas A&M is coming up next.

6. LSU QB Zach Mettenberger called Georgia “another SEC team we’ll have to prepare for.”

7. Jeremy Hill continues to makes waves for LSU. “He’s the type of back every offense wants,” WR Jarvis Landry said.

8. The roles of Georgia and LSU have changed since they met in the 2011 SEC Championship Game.

9. Georgia’s offensive line with “APU” — All Players United — written on their wrist tape weren’t available for comment on Monday.

10. Mattel will release a Texas A&M “Ken” doll and a Kentucky Barbie cheerleader.

11. Tyler Murphy has received plenty of support as he takes over Florida’s starting quarterback position.

12. Kentucky hasn’t beaten Florida since 1986. “I think it’s motivation, I do, I think it needs to be talked about,” UK coach Mark Stoops said.

13. Tennessee coach Butch Jones says the Vols’ quarterbacks have to eliminate “catastrophic mistakes.”

14. Vanderbilt coach James Franklin said he has addressed RB Brian Kimbrow’s twitter tirade internally.

15. Missouri used a new defensive package against Indiana on Saturday.

Practice/Injury Reports

16. Georgia held a full-pads practice on Monday. “I felt like we needed to scrimmage a little bit,” coach Mark Richt said.

17. Arkansas quarterback Brandon Allen’s status for Saturday is still unknown as he rehabilitates an injured shoulder.

18. Auburn WR Jaylon Denson on the leg injury that will likely end his season: “The SEC has not seen the last of me!

19. Florida hopes to have several injured players available against Kentucky on Saturday.

20. Quarterback Max Smith and defensive tackle Donte Rumph should be able to play against Florida.

21. LSU starters Anthony Johnson and Trai Turner should both play against Georgia on Saturday.

Extra

22. “The Book of Manning” will air tonight at 8 ET on ESPN. It will examine at the lives of Archie Manning and his family.

23. Gregg Doyel says there’s “no chance” Nick Saban will leave Alabama for Texas.

24. Seven of the top 20 teams outscored their opponents 464-33 on Saturday. That’s not a good thing, writes Tony Barnhart.

25. Ohio State QB Braxton Miller has been cleared to play against Wisconsin. He’ll start if he has a good week of practice.

Updates

26.  Paul “Bear” Bryant’s son and the University of Alabama are battling “the Houndstooth Mafia.”

27.  What is the “APU” and would college players ever go on strike?

28.  The NCAA is restoring some of the scholarships it had stripped from Penn State.

29.  Johnny Manziel’s popularity has taken a hit in recent months.

 


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