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Georgia’s Richt Praises New Starting QB Mason; Pathetic Tech Fans “Happy Murray Got Injured”

1385304581000-hutson-mason-uga-kuSEC record(s)-holder Aaron Murray tore his ACL in a blowout win over Kentucky last weekend.  With their starting quarterback now done for the year like so many of his teammates, Georgia will hand the reins of its offense to backup Hutson Mason.  The junior will be called upon to lead the Dawgs in this weekend’s game at Georgia Tech.

There’s one guy who isn’t worried about the change in quarterbacks… Georgia coach Mark Richt:


“I think Hutson is ready.  Hutson has worked extremely hard.  I say this a lot, and it’s true — your second-team quarterback has to be just as prepared as your first team guy, but going into the game, you never really know if you’re going to get into the game.  It’s a hard thing to do.  I spent a lot of time being a backup quarterback (at Miami), so I know.  I can promise you that he is a lot more prepared than I was back in my day.  I wasn’t as mature as he is.

In the spring, he’s with the second-team offensive line and second team offense versus the #1 defense, and you’ve got to try to have some success in that situation.  That’s not always easy to do, but he’s been able to do that.  He’s been a guy that’s been able to make plays and get drives going when maybe other people just kind of folded up.  That’s been great experience for him, and now he’s the guy.”


For his career, Mason is 51-of-82 (62.1%) for 705 yards, five touchdowns and one interception.

Meanwhile, some Grade A jackass began a thread called “I am happy Aaron Murray got injured” on the a Georgia Tech fan website called  Bulldog receiver Chris Conley said he’s also gotten nasty comments from Yellow Jacket fans via Twitter (the greatest refuge for cowards our society has to date created).

“… just some of the comment that were made about players on the team being injured, namely players that just got injured, it kind of pissed some people off,” Conley said.  “It rubs them wrong.  There’s no search for motivation for this game… We’ve had a lot of people injured and they’ve talked about a lot of them.”

A beat-up Georgia team with a backup quarterback will attempt to take out a little revenge on the Insects from the Institute on Saturday.

(For those old enough to remember, that may have been the best moniker ever handed out by the old “Leonard’s Losers” radio show… the host himself a UGA grad.)


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SEC Headlines 10/16/2013

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1. Trial has been set for two former Vanderbilt players charged with raping an unconscious student. Other two defendants have their case severed by the prosecutor.

2. Missouri coach Gary Pinkel says he turned in several plays to the SEC office for review- including the one that injured quarterback James Franklin Saturday: “We thought, the second guy in, the ball was clearly away.”

3. Gus Malzahn on Johnny Manziel and Cam Newton: “I would say probably those two are probably two of the best that ever played the game of college football.”

4. With quarterback Nick Marshall returning, what will Jeremy Johnson’s role be for Auburn this week? “Good questions. Just don’t expect Malzahn to answer any of them.”

5. Texas A&M wants to cut down on penalties.  Had eight of them against Ole Miss – averaging 6.8 per game.

6. What makes Texas A&M’s Kevin Sumlin a good coach?  For one thing, he doesn’t waste timeouts.

7. Ron Higgins: “The one East team that seems to be quietly gaining momentum is South Carolina. “

8. South Carolina is back in the Top 10 in the USA Today Coaches Poll. Steve Spurrier: “Guess what, we’re back in the top 10. No big deal.”

9. South Carolina vs. Tennessee means a rematch of Jadeveon Clowney vs. Antonio “Tiny” Richardson, 

10. Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze: “I think some expectations were a bit unreal after our start.”

11. Ole Miss receiver Donte Moncrief has caught less than 50 percent of the balls thrown his way - had two drops on Saturday.

12. More than 15,000 no-shows at the LSU-Florida game Saturday.  One reason?  Apathy.  ”Face it, Tiger fans. Many of you are spoiled.”

13. Alabama’s scoring defense is best in the SEC and No. 2 in the country but coach Nick Saban thinks it could be better: “I think there’s times when we’ve given up too many big plays on defense.”

14. Mark Richt’s message as his team gets ready to face Vanderbilt: “Georgia fans, get ready. It’s going to be a tough game.”

15. Georgia’s defense has given up 30 or more points in five of six games this year.

16. Vanderbilt wants to emulate Missouri - get pressure on Murray:  ”That was the first time I think I’d ever seen Aaron Murray flustered.”

16. Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen on his defense: “I don’t know if we played a great defensive game for the duration.”

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17. Tennessee running back Marlin Lane expected to play Saturday.  Linebacker Curt Maggitt may redshirt.

18. Availability of South Carolina linebacker Skai Moore and safety Chaz Elder unknown for Saturday – suffered concussions against Arkansas.

19. Alabama center Ryan Kelly expected to be able to play against Arkansas but Nick Saban not sure how much he’ll be used.

20. Georgia running back Todd Gurley not seen during the media viewing period Tuesday. Neither was safety Tray Matthews.

21. Georgia’s punter Saturday could be a game-time decision.

22. Running back Jeff Scott and six defenders who’ve made a combined 130 tackles for Ole Miss this year were among those not practicing Tuesday for Ole Miss.

23. Kentucky quarterback Jalen Whitlow didn’t practice Tuesday - still bothered by an ankle sprain.

24. Texas A&M defensive back  Deshazor Everett is “probably probable” this weekend against Auburn.

25. Florida defensive lineman Dominique Easley – out for the season – tweeted that he’ll have surgery Thursday.

26. Practice focus for Arkansas this week - staying in rhythm.

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27. “Tennessee and Vanderbilt, who are both winless in the SEC, will soon have a combined four CBS appearances this season compared to none for SEC East leader Missouri.”

28. Former Alabama basketball player Leon Douglas will never forget the mailgram he received from George Wallace – less than a decade after the governor stood in the schoolhouse door

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29. David Climer: “By the time this contract runs out, Nashville will have played host to the SEC Tournament — either men’s or women’s — 21 out of 26 years, dating to 2001. ”

30. Florida coach Billy Donovan on his team: “We don’t have all of our pieces there, but we are drastically worse defensively than we were a year ago.”

31. Missouri point guard Jordan Clarkson made his unofficial debut at a team scrimmage Tuesday night.


32. More Thursday night games for the NFL?

33. Another mock draft that has Jadeveon Clowney the first overall pick.

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Georgia’s Gurley “Doubtful” For Missouri Game; Tigers Can Shake Up The East Race With A Win

todd-gurley-missouri-georgia-2012Missouri will enter Saturday’s showdown at Georgia with a flashy 5-0 record and a fast-paced offense that’s running foes ragged.  Georgia will enter the game just ragged.

By now you’re aware that Mark Richt’s roster has so many holes in it that it could pass for a slice of Swiss cheese.  Malcolm Mitchell, Justin Scott-Wesley and Michael Bennett — UGA’s top three pass-catchers — are gone from Aaron Murray’s receiving corps.  Backup running back Keith Marshall is gone, too… done for the year with a knee injury.

If you were hoping that starting tailback Todd Gurley might be ready to rejoin quarterback Aaron Murray in the Silver Britches’ backfield, think again.  Richt threw a wet towel over the Gurley talk on Tuesday:


“I don’t really know for sure on Gurley’s situation.  I would say it’s doubtful.  I don’t know if doubtful is the best word.  He’s not going to practice (Tuesday); I know that.  Tomorrow we’ll see how he runs straight ahead.  Is he going to play in this game?  He could; I’m not going to count him out.  But we’ve got to prepare as if he won’t play.”


Whether Gurley plays or not, UGA will still come in as the walking wounded (not unlike Missouri when the two squads opened SEC play a year ago).  A win by Mizzou could really throw the SEC East into a state of turmoil.

Currently Florida and Georgia are both 3-0 in SEC play.  Missouri is 1-0.  South Carolina sits behind them with a 2-1 mark.  (Tennessee, Kentucky, and Vanderbilt are a combined 0-8 in league play).

If Missouri knocks off Georgia and Florida fall at LSU this weekend, Gary Pinkel’s revamped Tigers could be sitting on top of their division all by their lonesome.  Further, Florida and Georgia still play one another which means one of them will have an additional loss.  Florida and South Carolina still must play, too.

Before we get ahead of ourselves, it must be pointed out that Mizzou’s next three games will be the key to their Atlanta dreams.  After traveling to the Peach State this week, MU will host Florida and South Carolina on October 19th and October 26th.  Even with two of those three games at home, that’s a pretty salty test for any football team.

But for all you anarchists out there, pulling for Missouri when they visit Georgia on Saturday could be your best hope to see an SEC East Division race thrown totally on its head.

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SEC Gameday Links: Afternoon Delights 10/5/2013

gameday-links-150x150Georgia State at Alabama

1. This will be the earliest the Crimson Tide kick off this season.

2. With Ha Ha Clinton-Dix suspended, Landon Collins and Geno Smith will get the chance to play free safety.

3. Best thing about being a 55-point favorite?  Likely to be plenty of opportunities for younger players to see the field.

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4. How will a Tennessee secondary that starts two sophomores and a freshman matchup against Aaron Murray?

5. The guys catching Murray’s passes are impressive as well - four players have at least 10 receptions this year.

6. Tennessee will be in their “Smokey” gray uniforms.  Last time Vols beat a ranked team?  When they wore alternate jerseys against South Carolina in 2009.

7. Today’s uniforms are one of several tweaks Tennessee has made to its uniforms in the past 20 years.

8. “Dare we believe that Verne and Gary will get through an SEC telecast without butchering Butch Jones (for some reason they think Butch Davis coaches the Vols)…”

9. Safety Tray Matthews out for Georgia. Running back Todd Gurley made the trip – bothered by a sprained ankle.

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SEC Headlines 10/2/13

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1. South Carolina receiver Shaq Roland will serve a three-game suspension. Already missed UCF game, will not play against Kentucky or Arkansas before returning for Tennessee game.

2. Georgia not interested in starting a Heisman campaign for quarterback Aaron Murray - he doesn’t need the help. “Who hasn’t heard of Aaron Murray?”

3. Georgia coach Mark Richt asked about a letdown this week.  ”You don’t ever want to let down, but we’re playing Tennessee so I don’t foresee a letdown.”

4, Tennessee coach Butch Jones: ”Right now we have some major depth issues and I think it is starting to be revealed.”

5. Auburn’s defense focused this week on limiting and containing Ole Miss running back Jeff Scott. Coach Gus Malzahn wants crowd noise to make an impact.

6. After a breakout game against Kentucky, Florida running back Matt Jones looks to be the No. 1 tailback again but don’t forget about Mack Brown and Kelvin Taylor.

7. Florida defensive tackle Damien Jacobs on Dominique Easley’s season-ending knee injury.  “It was a heartbreaker.”

8. Arkansas went with two freshmen guards in their SEC opener. They’re in line to start again against Florida this week.

9. Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze on his offensive line’s performance against Alabama: “We lost a lot of one-on-one battles up front.”

10. Defending Alabama’s schedule: “Is there any difference….in Alabama playing Georgia State and Tennessee playing South Alabama?”

11. Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen on LSU’s offense: “They have two NFL wide receivers, and they have a quarterback who is an NFL quarterback with a big arm to get them the ball.”

12, Mississippi State has the second-smallest stadium in the conference but the largest HD replay board.  Ron Higgins:  ”(I)t’s like having a 100-inch big screen in a double-wide trailer.”

13. Athlon Sports say LSU’s Zach Mettenberger and Missouri’s James Franklin are two of the nation’s most-improved quarterbacks.

14. LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron on Mettenberger: ”He can flat throw the ball deep as good as anyone I’ve been around, and he’s awfully accurate doing it.”

15. Should Missouri be concerned about kicker Andrew Baggett?  Just two of five this year on kicks within 40 yards this season.

16. Vanderbilt’s defense will face a Missouri rushing attack that leads the conference. 

17. With 42 tackles, Kentucky linebacker Avery Williamson leads the SEC.

18. Kentucky 338-pound defensive tackle Mister Cobble is afraid to fly.  ”I just wait till we get to the top, open my window and just look out. The clouds calm me down.”

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19. Texas A&M freshman wide receiver Ricky Seals-Jones will get a medical redshirt this season.

20. Georgia running back Todd Gurley still “day-to-day” but Mark Richt says Keith Marshall is “very capable” of being the feature back.

21. Most of Auburn’s injured players look to return to practice this week, including cornerback Chris Davis.

22. With Alabama center Ryan Kelly out the next few weeks with a stretched MCL, Chad Lindsay is finally getting a chance to play.

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23, Still unclear how many games Ole Miss guard Marshall Henderson will miss once the season starts.  Coach Andy Kennedy: “I think it’s ongoing based on how he progresses.”

24. “There is a pretty clear cut top three in the SEC, and Tennessee can count themselves in that group.”

25. Missouri freshman forward Jonathan Williams III on practice intensity: “You just have to see it. It’s amazing out here.”

27. Vanderbilt coach Kevin Stallings on freshmen center Damian Jones: ”He’s going to be a very, very good player here.”

28. South Carolina coach Frank Martin has seven freshmen and will add Villanova transfer guard Tyrone Johnson in December.


29. New York City law firm wants to alter the relationship between the NCAA and college athletes.

30. Princeton AD on stipends for large school college athletes: ”Clearly, the decision to speak to speak out (over the summer about the stipend issue and a potential break off) was choreographed.

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Shootout Between The Hedges: Georgia Rallies To Beat LSU

postgame-linksGeorgia 44 – LSU 41. Video Highlights

1. Georgia rallies late behind quarterback Aaron Murray – 298 passing yards and four touchdowns, also rushed for a TD.  Game-winner came with under two minutes to go.

2. Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo: “I’m about to pass out.”

3. LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger: “For myself and my teammates, it was just another game for us.”

4. Mettenberger throws for 372 yards – most passing yards for an LSU quarterback in the Les Miles era. 

5. What Georgia coach Mark Richt told Mettenberger: “I told him the same thing I told Murray, ‘I’m really proud of you.’ ”

6. Tied at 27, a botched punt return for LSU proves crucial.

7. Ron Higgins: “LSU’s defensive pass rush rarely got any pressure on Murray. ”

8. LSU rushes for 77 yards, Georgia goes 196 – without Todd Gurley in the second half.

9. Jeremy Fowler: “For pure entertainment, Saturday was a near-perfect game…”

10. Mark Schlabach: “It was a lot of fun for everyone except the defenses on the field.”

11. Matt Hayes: “The rest of college football didn’t have to find a way to catch the SEC after all. The SEC has — like it or not — fallen back to them.”

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10 Random Observations & Opinions To Wrap Up SEC Media Days

gfx - honest opinionAnother SEC Media Days is behind us.  The 1,200 press credentials.  The Alabama fans swarming Nick Saban.  The delayed appearances by coaches.  All are in the history books until this time next year.

To wrap up the three-day event with a nice big bow, we at thought we’d share 10 observations and opinions with you this morning.  Just a few honest takeaways from SEC Media Days.  Right or wrong.

In no particular order, here goes…


*  If I were a coach heading into the 2013 season I’d feel more comfortable with AJ McCarron or Aaron Murray running my offense than I would Johnny Manziel.

How can I say that about the electric Heisman-winner?  Easy.  He’s the guy I trust least to make it from August to January without some sort of off-the-field distraction popping up.  Not saying he’s not the most naturally gifted of the three quarterbacks.  Not saying he wasn’t the most exciting player last year.  But McCarron and Murray appear to be solid leaders who are focused on football.  Given a choice, I’d take — arguably — the most talented quarterback third.


*  McCarron was the big winner with the media in Birmingham, but the TV character Eddie Haskell kept coming to mind.

Hands down, Alabama’s quarterback “won the day” at SEC Media Days on Thursday.  He said exactly what most of us in the media said Manziel should have said the previous day.  Instead of falling back on his age as an excuse for poor decision-making — as Manziel did — McCarron stated that being 22 was no excuse to “act a fool.”  He spoke of his impoverished background.  He wouldn’t snitch on Manziel, but he did make it clear that he’s a totally different type of guy.  He pushed every button the media wanted pushed.

But I still kept having visions of Eddie Haskell from “Leave it to Beaver” come to mind.  Is a guy with this tattoo and this girlfriend really the wide-eyed innocent he purported himself to be?  Perhaps.  When photographed with Miss Alabama Katherine Webb he does give off a “How did I pull this off?” vibe.  Still, McCarron tweeted a not so subtle shot at Manziel on Wednesday night.  He was hanging out with A&M’s QB last Friday and this spring the two announced they wanted to vacation together in Key West or Cancun.

I don’t think he’s the 180 degree, polar opposite of Manziel.


*  Manziel makes Kevin Sumlin look weak.

To me, the actions of Manziel give the appearance that he’s his own boss.  Asked if he’d told Manziel to lay off Twitter, Sumlin grinned and said that maybe their “discussions” had produced a response from Manziel.  It was clear to most everyone who saw it that Sumlin felt he had put the kibosh on Manziel’s habit of tweeting.  When asked about his disappearance from Twitter, Manziel simply said “maybe he didn’t have anything interesting to say.”  There’s a pretty good gap between those reactions.

McCarron said all the right things yesterday.  He consistently mentioned Nick Saban as his mentor.  He was like a perfectly-trained robot fresh off Saban’s assembly line.  By comparison, one gets the feeling that Sumlin hasn’t — or can’t — completely reel in Manziel.

The Aggie quarterback even commented that he didn’t think his conversation with Sumlin regarding the Manning Passing Academy would leak.  Was that a suggestion that his coach leaked the talk… or that someone else spoke to the press about it?  And speaking of the Manning Camp, Sumlin stated that he learned of Manziel’s departure from the event by representatives of the camp, not from his own quarterback.

Sumlin’s clearly a tremendous coach and recruiter.  But everytime Manziel says or does something silly, it reflects back on A&M’s head coach.


*  Steve Spurrier has always loved to needle folks and his latest target is SEC commissioner Mike Slive.

For the second year in a row, Carolina’s head coach showed up at Media Days with his own “state of the union” speech.  For the second year in a row he made it clear — in a friendly way — that he and the league’s commissioner don’t see eye to eye on some of the biggest topics facing the league today.

The commissioner speaks of the NCAA finding a way to give athletes larger scholarships.  Spurrier reveals that every coach in the league voted to just pay the players themselves, if allowed.  Slive said there’s a review of the league’s scheduling process already underway.  Spurrier states quite loudly that the current set-up isn’t fair.

Whatever the commish seems to say these days, Spurrier either rebuts it or he exaggerates it.  At 68, Spurrier is obviously still the league’s biggest rebel.  You get the feeling he’s pretty much the same guy now that he must have been as a teenager in the 50s and 60s.  Perhaps he should try to buy Gene Chizik’s leather jacket.

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Richt Laughs Off Clowney Comments: “I’d Be Scared Of Him”

laughing-smiley-faceOn Tuesday, South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney said that he could tell when opposing players are scared of him.  Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray was one of the quarterbacks Clowney listed as a guy who fears him.

Asked about those comments, Richt smiled and said:


“I don’t know about those guys in particular, but I would think some guys are scared of him.  I’d be scared of him if I was in the game and this guy was coming after me.

I think Jadeveon is a great player and a great kid… I think he’s having fun.  And I’m sure he said it while he was smiling and grinning.  I think we need to let guys have some fun once in a while and not make a big deal about it.”


Good answer.

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SEC Headlines 4/12/2013

headlines-fri1. What’s the status of Tennessee running back Marlin Lane?  ”That’s up to Coach Jones.” Wide receiver injuries piling up for the Vols.

2. Peyton Manning on why he recruited Butch Jones…to Colorado. Impressed with coach – “I like his slogans and philosophies.”

3. Former coach on running back Braylon Heard, who’s transferring from Nebraska to Kentucky.  “He can change the game at the blink of an eye. He can go 80, 90 yards in a heartbeat.”

4. Kentucky preparing for a crowd as large as 50,000 for this Saturdays’ spring game. They won’t see any kickoffs or kick returns.

5. With Marcus Lattimore gone, a focus on running backs Mike Davis and Brandon Wilds at South Carolina.

6. Texas A&M’s spring game on Saturday will be carried live on ESPN for the first time in school history. Aggies overhauling linebacking corp.  ”“There’s a big hole to fill.”

7. Aggies coach Kevin Sumlin will serve as NFL Network analyst on the opening day of the NFL draft.

8. The first team will scrimmage the second team at Vanderbilt’s spring game on Saturday.

9. With the exception of Zach Mettenberger, LSU defenders had the go-ahead to hit all other LSU quarterbacks in practice the past few days.

10. With recruiting deregulation on hold, job responsibilities of support staff are up in the air at Auburn.  Gus Malzahn: “Right now, we’re just going day by day.”

11. Georgia’s spring practice is over but the competition for starting spots is just beginning. Coach Mark Richt: “If you’re working out this summer thinking you’ve got something nailed down, you better re-check your thinking.”

12. Hey Georgia fans, who do you want on the cover of Athlon’s preseason college football magazine?  You can vote for either Aaron Murray or Todd Gurley here.

13. With his Bulldogs team getting ready for its second spring scrimmage, Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen is looking for leaders.

14. With defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson gone to an NFL as a likely first-round pick, Missouri needs someone to step up in the middle of the defensive line.

15. Arkansas defensive coordinator Chris Ash on safety Eric Bennett: “He’s been a great player. He’s been a great student of the game.”

16. With a year under his belt, expect even bigger things from Alabama wide receiver Amari Cooper.  ”Everything is easier. “When I first came in, I didn’t know a lot of plays.” Dee Hart may return punts or kicks for Alabama this fall.

17. A profile of Alabama A.D. Bill Battle and his business career.  What if he hadn’t gone to Selma?

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18. Billy Donovan’s wish for his Gators next year.  ”We have to get more competitive. Nastier.”

19. They may not think it now – but Missouri fans will miss Phil Pressey - “the Jerry Lewis of point guards..”

20.  Garry Parrish on why Kentucky deserves to be ranked No. 1 heading into next season.


21. When Eli and Peyton Manning need a tune-up, they turn to Duke coach David Cutcliffe.

22. The NBA’s early entry deadline has some issues.  The case of Louisville’s Russ Smith is a perfect example.

23. “Louisville faced the easiest path, seed-wise, of any national champion since UNLV in 1990.”

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SEC Headlines – 1/7/13

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1.  Will the weather play a role in tonight’s Alabama-Notre Dame showdown?

2.  Brent Musberger says “Tide versus Irish” is “the ultimate matchup in college football.”

3.  Tonight’s game could make for record television ratings.  (We bet it will.)

4.  This writer doesn’t believe Notre Dame’s destiny is any match for Bama’s dynasty.

5.  More experts weigh in with their picks.

6.  Bama is the biggest BCS title game favorite in a decade.

7.  Brian Kelly and Nick Saban want their teams to seize the day.


8.  LSU could be losing as many as eight juniors early to the NFL.

9.  Ole Miss has some post-bowl-victory momentum heading into 2013, but quarterback Bo Wallace will have shoulder surgery this week.

10.  Texas A&M assistant Clarence McKinney made a good case for becoming the Aggies’ offensive coordinator with his Cotton Bowl play-calling.

11.  Florida’s depth takes a hit as quarterback Jacoby Brissett decides to transfer.

12.  Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray will return for his senior season in Athens.  (No surprise: Mark Richt is pleased.)

13.  Chris Wilson is leaving Mississippi State’s staff to become UGA’s new defensive line coach.

14.  Record-setting receiver Jordan Matthews will return to Vanderbilt for his senior season.


15.  Meet the SEC’s Players of the Week.

16.  Banged up Auburn is getting ready to face healthy LSU in hoops.

17.  Rick Ray says his Mississippi State team is headed in the right direction.

18.  Florida’s Kenny Boynton had a breakout game against Yale yesterday.

19.  Tennessee’s Jeronne Maymon will officially miss the entire 2012-13 season with a medical redshirt.


20.  Mike Slive wants the value of scholarships reviewed (so the SEC and the other big conferences can start offering full-cost-of-tuition schollys).

21.  A Cleveland sportscaster still believes Saban’s name is running through the mind of the Browns’ new owner.

22.  Get ready for the bowl schedule to change when the new college football playoff launches in 2014.


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