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SEC Headlines 10/4/2011 Part Two

1. University of Florida police confirm investigation into attack reported by former Alabama player Reggie Myles. Update: Efforts to reach Florida player Dominique Easley apparently stymied by Easley’s attorney.

2. Jim Kleinpeter has a question for booing LSU Fans: ARE YOU PEOPLE CRAZY?

3. The Dooleys will be in Knoxville Saturday - just not Neyland Stadium.

4. Looks like Auburn will be without two of its top receivers against Arkansas.

5. South Carolina defense end Melvin Ingram questionable for Saturday.

6. Time to get familiar with Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel.

7. Gene Stallings on Texas A&M to the SEC: “I’m all for it.”

8.  Pat Forde:  ”One of the enduring mysteries of modern college football has been that Steve Spurrier, of all coaches, has not been able to find and/or develop a star quarterback in seven seasons with the Gamecocks. ”

9.  Rivals ranks all 120 FBS teams.  SEC teams start at No. 1 (LSU) and end at No. 82 (Kentucky).

10.  Coordinator of officials explains end of Auburn-South Carolina game.

11. Alabama gets the SI Cover.

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Shepard’s Compliance Issue Shouldn’t Impact Past LSU Games

Sources confirmed to The New Orleans Times-Picayune yesterday that LSU receiver Russell Shepard is dealing with a compliance issue involving the player’s living arrangements.  He resides with his girlfriend who happens to work in the Tiger football office… as she did prior to his arrival on campus in 2009.

Contrary to previous reports from other sites claiming that Shepard’s issues could trace back two years, Jim Kleinpeter of The Times-Picayune reports that Shepard lived on campus until this spring.  In other words, there’s no need to sweat any kind of retroactive ineligibility that might endanger past Tiger victories.

Still, Shepard could be made to serve a suspension this season.  In case you’ve forgotten — LSU opens with Oregon on September 3rd.

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