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SEC Headlines 5/11/2013

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1. Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace ran the ball 143 times last year.  “I’m going to have to change the way I play.”

2. Reasons not to be optimistic about the future of Jeremy Hill at LSU.

3. Kentucky safety Ashely Lowery released from hospital.  Spent several days in intensive care following car wreck last weekend.

4. Auburn coach Gus Malzahn on his offensive coordinator: “I feel blessed to have Rhett Lashlee with me.”

5. Status of position battles at Auburn - Mike  linebacker and left guard.

6. Missouri leads the SEC  - in arrests.  That’s according to an unofficial tally from the  New Orleans Times-Picayune going back to 2010.

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7. Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith went to court to find if his bank account was illegally accessed.  The petition was denied by a judge.

8. Haith faces June hearing on the NCAA’s “failure to monitor” charge.

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