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Report: TE Charles To Leave UGA For NFL

All-American tight end Orson Charles will bypass his senior year at Georgia for a shot at NFL fame and fortune, according to ESPN.com.  Charles caught 45 balls in 2011 for 574 yards and five touchdowns.

The former high school teammate of Aaron Murray had become a security blanket for the Dawgs’ quarterback and his talents will certainly missed next season.  When it comes to blockers, the UGA run game will lose Charles, fullback Bruce Figgins and O-linemen Ben Jones, Justin Anderson and Cordy Glenn.

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SEC Headlines – 12/13/11

1.  While a number of Alabama juniors might consider an early jump to the NFL, right tackle DJ Fluker says he’ll be back in Tuscaloosa next year.

2.  Auburn running back Onterio McCalebb might think about turning pro early.

3.  Tony Barbee hopes his team’s light early-season schedule — the Tigers have played just five games to date — will pay off in the long run.

4.  New Arkansas defensive coordinator Paul Haynes thinks his philosophy meshes well with Bobby Petrino’s.  (Looks like a really sharp hire by the Razorbacks, by the way.  If UA gets a defense… look out.)

5.  LSU tailback Spencer Ware hasn’t been as involved in the Tiger offense since his suspension for the Auburn game.

6.  It’s official, Matt Luke is returning to Ole Miss to coach the Rebels’ offensive line.

7.  Seventeenth-ranked MSU will be aiming for revenge when they face Florida Atlantic tonight… a team that beat the Dogs last season.

8.  This writer has five tips for how Florida can improve its chances of winning the Gator Bowl (and avoiding the school’s first losing season since 1979).

9.  Senior center Ben Jones was voted Georgia’s most valuable player this season.

10.  From the folks in the stands to Dick Vitale, everyone’s wondering what was wrong with Kentucky’s Terrence Jones in Saturday’s loss to Indiana.

11.  The battle over Rupp Arena rolls on… and now there’s a debate over who’ll pay for whatever is finally done on that site.

12.  This writer believes Bruce Ellington should pick basketball over football at South Carolina next year.

13.  A look at the contracts of Tennessee’s assistant football coaches reveals that coordinators Justin Wilcox and Jim Chaney each have million-dollar buyouts.

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