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SEC Headlines 3/23/2014

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1. Georgia wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell out for the rest of the spring with another leg injury.

2. Georgia coach Mark Richt: “The good news is we think he’ll be ready by the summertime to be working and be 100 percent by the time camp starts.”

3. Injury to his right foot likely means Auburn defensive end LaDarius Owens will miss the rest of the spring.

4. Salary pool for Auburn assistant coaches will increase by nearly $1 million.

5. Auburn defensive tackles Gabe Wright and Montravius Adams taking reps at defensive end this spring.

6. Arkansas quarterback’s Brandon Allen’s shoulder has healed completely.

7. LSU coach Les Miles is counting on his incoming recruiting class.  ”The recruiting class will hit us just where we need to be hit. Some of those guys are going to get first (team) snaps.”

8. LSU wide receiver John Diarse’s ankle is 100% after being redshirted last season following a high ankle sprain.

9. Ole Miss defensive coordinator Dave Wommack: “I love the energy of this team. The competition has been great.”

10. Alabama had two players put on more than 30 pounds in the offseason.

11. Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen and defensive coordinator Geoff Collins orchestrated an argument in front of the team.

12. About that Florida 4-8 season in 2013: “It seems inconceivable — and yet it happened.”

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13. Wichita State vs Kentucky: “The team chasing 40-0 against the team that was supposed to go 40-0. ”

14. Will Kentucky guard Andrew Harrison be ready to play today?

15. Tennessee and Mercer are survivors – not Cinderellas.

16. “UT athletic director Dave Hart might be wise to extend Cuonzo’s contract rather than paying another coach not to coach.”

17. Bruce Pearls’ show cause penalty expires in August.  ”It’s up to Auburn to get the exact details of what Pearl can and can’t do for the next five months. ”

18. “Right now, Pearl is speaking to more potential recruits through the tube than he could on the phone or in person.”

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SEC Headlines 1/18/2014

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1. Mississippi State has reportedly given a contract extension to defensive coordinator Geoff Collins who was being courted by Florida State.

2. Ticket prices going up at Mississippi State.

3. Gus Malzahn wins the  Bobby Bowden National Collegiate Coach of the Year Award -his  sixth national coach of the year award.

4. With new Georgia defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt making $850,000 a year, expect offensive coordinator Mike Bobo’s contract to be revisited.

5. University of Kentucky receiver DeMarco Robinson arrested early Friday -charged with disorderly conduct.

6. Alabama running back Alvin Kamara will reportedly transfer.

7. Is AJ McCarron’s public image taking a beating?

8. Will Josh Holsey be a cornerback or safety for Auburn this fall?

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9. Division I administrators support the idea of giving the power conferences autonomy on issues such as stipends for athletes.

10. A Mississippi house bill would pay football players for bowl games after they graduate.

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WOW Headlines – 1/15/13

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Kentucky 75, Tennessee 65
Ole Miss 89, Vanderbilt 79 (OT)
Tennessee’s 31-person staff of football new coaches and support personnel will make $7.51 million next year
Former Tennessee safeties coach Josh Conklin will be the new defensive coordinator at Florida International
Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen says new defensive coordinator Geoff Collins will be more aggressive with blitzes
Former Auburn offensive coordinator Scot Loeffler will reportedly take over the same job at Virginia Tech
Tennessee RB Quenshaun Watson is not expected to return, leaving the Vols with 66 scholarship players
Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith is eager for the NCAA to finish their investigation into his old Miami program
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SEC Headlines – 2/18/11 Part One

1.  Harvey Updyke’s actions go far beyond an athletic rivalry.

2.  Here’s how “Al from Dadeville” went and got himself caught.

3.  Updyke’s court-appointed attorney asked off the case yesterday due to a conflict of interest — he’s an Auburn man himself.

4.  Could Auburn fans just move down the street for their post-game toilet paper parties?

5.  Alabama has a massive four-game lead in the SEC West.

6.  This writer dares to claim that last night’s UA-LSU game was well officiated.  What?

7.  Ryan Mallett’s draft stock is still pretty shaky.

8.  LSU’s players gave a good effort last night, but it wasn’t enough.

9.  Trent Johnson said: “It seemed like (Alabama) capitalized off each turnover.  They are a very good basketball team.  They know exactly where they want to go with the ball.”

10.  When Zach Graham is hot, so is Ole Miss’ basketball team.

11.  Andy Kennedy will try to halt a four-game losing streak to Mississippi State tomorrow.

12.  New MSU defensive coordinator Geoff Collins likes what he’s seen so far of his defense.

13.  Freshman guard Jalen Steele is fighting to stay in State’s starting lineup.  (Well, not Renardo Sidney-Elgin Bailey fighting, but…)

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