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SEC Headlines 1/12/2014

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1. Vanderbilt AD David Williams said Saturday 20 to 25 people had reached out about the Commodores’ head coaching job.

2. James Franklin “talked the talk until he walked,” writes David Climer.

3. The Tennessean provides the top five Franklin moments while he was Vanderbilt’s coach.

4. Dorial Green-Beckham’s father is confident his son won’t be charged following an arrest early Saturday.

5. Green-Beckham posted this message on Twitter Saturday night.

6. Alabama head coach Nick Saban continues to stockpile former head coaches for his staff.

7. Defensive line coach Chris Rumph appears to be headed to Texas to join Charlie Strong’s staff.

8. Lane Kiffin scrutiny could come on the recruiting trail, writes Kevin Scarbinsky.

9. Gus Malzahn is working to get raises for his staff as he is due a bonus on Wednesday.

10. Auburn’s Justin Garrett is hoping to return and help the Tigers’ defense next season after an injury-riddled year.

11. LSU has a ton of talent, which is why so many players have NFL decisions to make each year.

12. Ole Miss linebacker/defensive end D.T. Shackelford received a sixth year of eligibility from the NCAA.

13. Pat Dooley has 13 takeaways from the 2013 season. No. 1: It was a terrible season for the SEC. (He’s kidding)

14. Mark Story looks at where Kentucky coach Mark Stoops might have an edge on Louisville’s Bobby Petrino next season.

15. There was a large turnout for South Carolina fans to say goodbye to quarterback Connor Shaw.

16. Athlete Neiko Creamer became Tennessee’s 14th midterm enrollee on Saturday.

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17. Franklin said he was “excited to come home” when he was introduced as Penn State’s new coach.

18. Franklin’s arrival at Penn State will give the Big Ten a shot in the arm, writes Jeremy Fowler.

19. Florida State’s 2014 season has the brightest outlook among the teams in Florida.

20. Here’s a look at how the top 25 college basketball teams have fared this weekend.

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SEC Headlines – 9/2/11 Part Two

1.  New Alabama D-line coach Chris Rumph is getting through loud and clear to his players.

2.  This writer predicts Florida State’s Jimbo Fisher will come back to haunt Nick Saban in the BCS title game.

3.  Gene Chizik likes his new kickers at Auburn.

4.  O-lineman AJ Greene — injured last season — still hasn’t recovered enough to regain his old starting spot.

5.  Arkansas is cautious about the NCAA’s new celebration rule.

6.  So ESPN’s Rick Reilly likes the Hogs to win the national title?

7.  Oregon quarterback Darron Thomas could have been playing for LSU tomorrow.

8.  Here’s a by-the-numbers look at the Ducks versus the Tigers.

9.  Mississippi State rolled over Memphis’ Tigers last night, but tougher Tigers from Auburn are up next.

10.  Ole Miss quarterback Barry Brunetti is adjusting to the starters’ role.

11.  Here’s what SEC coaches are saying about your favorite team… off the record.

12.  Gene Stallings talks about A&M’s departure from the Big-12 and likely entry into the SEC.

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Davis Leaves, Rumph Arrives At Bama

Alabama defensive line coach Bo Davis has accepted an offer from Texas to coach the Longhorns’ defensive tackles.  No reason to fear, Tide fans, it seems Nick Saban already has his replacement lined up.

Clemson assistant Chris Rumph has informed Dabo Swinney that he’s leaving the Tigers’ staff for the Tide’s.  Rumph has served on Clemson’s staff for five years as their defensive ends coach.  The last two seasons he worked under former Saban aide Kevin Steele.

The Tuscaloosa News suggests that Rumph might not directly replace Davis if Saban decides instead to reassign some members of his defensive staff.  Either way, the Tide was down an assistant coach for just the blink of an eye.

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