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SEC Headlines – 11/5/10 Part One

1.  Nick Saban says that right tackle DJ Fluker is still short of 100% health.

2.  Bama wants to get off to a better start on the road this week.

3.  It looks like Mark Ingram might have a stretch of highway named after him in his native Michigan.  (It will be located right next to The William J. LePetomane Thruway.  Careful with the audio on that link, folks.)

4.  Linebacker Josh Bynes still isn’t satisfied with Auburn’s tackling.

5.  Demond Washington is making an impact on the Tigers’ special teams unit.

6.  5-10, 214-pound linebacker Jerico Nelson is making a big impact for Arkansas.

7.  Bobby Petrino believes receiver Joe Adams will be ready to play against South Carolina tomorrow.

8.  But defensive tackle Byran Jones will not play.  Might that lead to the reinstatement of suspended DT DeQuinta Jones?

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Washington Receives Paul Hornung’s Most Versatile Performance Of The Week Award

Senior cornerback Demond Washington is one of five players that received Paul Hornung’s Most Versatile Performances of the Week recognition, it was announced Monday by Paul Hornung and the Louisville Sports Commission.
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Washington Receives Paul Hornung’s Most Versatile Performance Of The Week Award

Senior cornerback Demond Washington is one of five players that received Paul Hornung’s Most Versatile Performances of the Week recognition, it was announced Monday by Paul Hornung and the Louisville Sports Commission.
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SEC Headlines – 11/2/10 Part One

1.  This week’s Alabama-LSU game is full of BCS implications.

2.  Last week’s bye helped the Tide on the injury front.

3.  When Alabama opens its exhibition season tonight against Talladega College, developing depth will be Priority One.

4.  Zach Clayton deserves more attention for his play on Auburn’s defensive line.

5.  Demond Washington and Michael Dyer both took home awards for their play last week.

6.  Without Greg Childs for the remainder of the season, Arkansas coaches are hoping fellow wideout Joe Adams can return this week.

7.  Bobby Petrino is upset over “dirty” plays, but the Hogs themselves have been accused of some below-the-belt tactics this year.

8.  LSU is 14-1 under Les Miles when coming off a loss.  The Tigers fell to Auburn 24-17 two weeks ago.

9.  Miles said his defense is looking forward to playing against a more traditional offense.

10.  LSU’s head coach is letting his emotions rip this week.

11.  Houston Nutt’s Ole Miss teams have been strong in November. 

12.  After this season’s loss to Jacksonville State, it’s likely the Rebels won’t overlook Louisiana-Lafayette on Saturday.

13.  UM got positive news regarding injuries to its two leading tacklers.

14.  MSU’s basketball team will be a work in progress early on.

15.  Renardo Sidney needs to improve his conditioning… soon.

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Demond Washington Receives Paul Hornung’s Most Versatile Performance Of The Week Award

Senior cornerback Demond Washington is one of five players that received Paul Hornung’s Most Versatile Performances of the Week recognition, it was announced Monday by Paul Hornung and the Louisville Sports Commission.
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Dyer, Washington Earn SEC Player Of The Week Awards

Senior cornerback Demond Washington has been named SEC Co-Special Teams Player of the Week and running back Michael Dyer has been named SEC Tri-Freshman of the Week.
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