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SEC Headlines 4/15/13

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1. Alabama receiver Kenny Bell – recovering from a broken leg – is motivated to become a better leader.

2. Crimson Tide running back Jalston Fowler has “a little ways to go” as he returns from a torn ACL.

3. Alabama will visit the White House Monday for the third time in the last four years.

4. Ellis Johnson is adding in some flexibility to his defense at Auburn.

5. Johnson and offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee – 32 years apart in age – are learning from each other.

6. LSU coach Les Miles says the Tigers’ offense has continued to improve this spring.

7. Will former Ole Miss basketball player Murphy Holloway take a shot at playing football?

8. Texas A&M’s offense looks “solid” following Saturday’s spring game in College Station.

9. Nebraska transfer Tyler Moore is still expected to start at right tackle for Florida this fall.

10. Here’s an estimated look at Georgia’s offensive depth chart following spring practice.

11. Here’s a video of Kentucky coach Mark Stoops discussing the Wildcats’ defensive ends.

12. There’s more talk about quarterback Jalen Whitlow, who’s making a case to be Kentucky’s starting quarterback.

13. Tennessee needs more consistency from its secondary, which struggled badly in 2012.

14. Vanderbilt coach James Franklin: the 2013 Tennessean of the Year.

15. There’s more talk about Missouri receiver Dorial Green-Beckham, who’s “just a different guy,” according to Gary Pinkel.

SEC Basketball

16. Patric Young returning could give Florida the nation’s best frontcourt next season.

17. Jordan McRae will return to Tennessee next season. The Vols could be a top 25 team if Jarnell Stokes does the same.

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18. The NCAA office believes Miami is “grasping at straws” as it tries to have its case dismissed.

19. Wooden Award winner Trey Burke announced Sunday he will leave Michigan for the NBA.

20. Ohio State has title hopes for 2013. The Buckeyes will lean on quarterback Braxton Miller to lead them.

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SEC Headlines 9/11/2012

SEC West

1. With Tyler Wilson injured, Arkansas prepares for the worst and hopes for the best.  John L. Smith: “We have to kind of assume, and if we get Tyler back, then it will be icing on the cake for us.”

2. Razorbacks running back Kody Walker broke his leg Saturday – done for the year. Arkansas reportedly opening 2013 with Louisiana-Lafayette.

3. What’s it like for Arkansas fans after the stunning loss Saturday? “It feels like that we’re watching the program unravel.”

4. No hard feelings between Arkansas coach John L. Smith and Louisiana-Monroe coach Todd Barry.  Reason they didn’t shake hands after the game?  Smith couldn’t locate him.

5. Regardless of Wilson’s status for Saturday, Alabama is preparing for him anyway.

6. Alabama is going to miss running back Jalston Fowler – likely done for the year with a knee injury.  Nick Saban:“It’s going to take a number of people to replace him in various roles that he played on our team.

7. Dan Mullen on avoiding complacency following the win over Auburn: “Those pats on the back can become kicks in the rear end really quick.”

8. Gene Chizik on changes to Auburn’s secondary: “If you’re not productive, we’re going to give other guys opportunities.”

9. “At 0-2, it’s a good time to have some desperation on the Plains. But let’s not go that far.”

10. No “official” starting quarterback at Ole Miss but Bo Wallace will get the nod for the third straight game.  Hugh Freeze – “he’s the guy we’re going to go with right now.”

11. Wallace’s favorite target is sophomore Donte Moncrief.

12. Like a lot of teams that are heavy favorites this weekend, the Arkansas loss will be mentioned at LSU this week.  Les Miles: “I’m certain that (the Hogs’ loss) that’ll be mentioned in our meetings.”

13. With quarterback Zach Mettenberger getting more comfortable, LSU looks to expand the passing game. Miles: “We want to throw the football down the field and more efficiently.”

SEC East

14. Tennessee running backs to deliver a message against Florida? “That we’re going to lead the SEC in rushing this year, no doubt,”

15. Derek Dooley on ESPN GameDay coming to town: “If you have GameDay out there and lay an egg, all that goes out the window.”

16. Tennessee-Florida like the old days?  Not exactly.

17. John Adams: “Although the Vols have upgraded their talent under coach Derek Dooley, they can’t match Florida’s recruiting stars.”

18. Georgia offensive tackle John Theus survives the roughest night of his college career.

19. Missouri offensive tackle Elvis Fisher out indefinitely with a knee injury.

20. A victory for South Carolina Saturday will be the 200th win of Steve Spurrier’s career. It all began as “Air Ball” at Duke.

21. Is Vandy play-calling too conservative?

22. A feel-good story for Kentucky this year? Wide receiver Aaron Boyd.

23. Western Kentucky coach tweets apology after saying about his students – “The reason they’re at WKU is probably they couldn’t get into UK.”

SEC/College News

24. Four players with serious head injuries this weekend in college football.  “How many more Black Saturdays?”

25.  Big East and the Orange Bowl?

26. A few SEC players get mentioned here as Heisman Trophy candidates.

SEC/College Basketball

27. David Harten on John Calipari: “Whatever you think about him, he’s got a method to all his madness.”

28. Billy Gillispie to San Antonio? Update: ESPN says Gillispie headed to Mayo Clinic.

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Wow Morning Headlines 9/11/12

SEC suspends Ole Miss freshman defensive back Trae Elston for Texas game due to illegal hit against UTEP
Florida will be without injured linebacker Jelani Jenkins and cornerback Cody Riggs this Saturday at Tennessee
Alabama running back Jalston Fowler expected to miss the rest of the season with a knee injury
Arkansas QB Tyler Wilson status uncertain for Alabama after hit to the head
South Carolina QB Connor Shaw likely won’t practice until Wednesday
ESPN’s “College GameDay” will broadcast from Knoxville for Florida-Tennessee game
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Bama Backup RB Fowler Likely Out For Season

It looks like Alabama will be without junior running back Jalston Fowler for the rest of the season.  The backup tailback/fullback/H-back will have surgery on his left knee following an injury Saturday against Western Kentucky (which is about all these types of meaningless games are good for — injuries).

According to Nick Saban:

 

“Jalston’s been a great player in the program — a really good special teams guy.  A great backup player for us.  A really good attitude guy.  Lots of character.  Really good competitor.  I know he feels badly.  We feel badly, too, for him that he can’t be a part and be able to contribute to our team this year.”

 

According to The Birmingham News, Fowler was “used extensively” as the Tide’s fullback in the I-formation.  On the season he had 11 carries for 85 yards.

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