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SEC Headlines 11/12/2011 Part Three

1. Jon Solomon: “When the NFL Draft rolls around next April, the SEC likely won’t have a quarterback taken in the first round for just the second time in the past 10 years.”

2. It’s time for Alabama fans to root for the underdogs.

Basketball Roundup:

3. Alabama 64 – North Florida 44.  21 in a row at home now for Anthony Grant’s team.

4. South Carolina 75 – Western Carolina 50. Coming off the bench, Brenton Williams gives the Gamecocks a spark.

5. Auburn 84 – McNeese State 62.  Larger margin of victory for Tigers than any win they had against a Division One opponent last season.

6. Georgia 62 – Wofford 49.  Team-high 15 points for freshman Kentavious Caldwell-Pope.

7. Florida 99 – Jackson State 59.  Most lopsided season-opening win in Billy Donovan’s Florida career.

8. Tennessee 92 – UNC Greensboro 69.  Career-high 29 points for sophomore guard Trae Golden.

9. Kentucky 108 – Marist 58.  Nine-point halftime lead turns into a second-half blowout.

10. Vanderbilt 78 – Oregon 64.  18-0 run turns the game for the Commodores.

11. Arkansas 83 – South Carolina Upstate 63.  Despite 23 turnovers, The Mike Anderson era at Arkansas starts with a win.

12. Ole Miss 60 – Louisiana-Monroe 38.  Fewest points allowed by the Rebels in the Andy Kennedy era.

13. Mississippi State, 1-1 after losing to Akron this week,  faces South Alabama this afternoon.

14. LSU football game tonight – basketball game today.

Extras:

15. Should the NCAA start stripping away Joe Paterno victories?

16. The mysterious disappearance of Pennsylvania prosecutor Ray Gricar.

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