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SEC Headlines 7/29/2013

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1. Alabama freshman defensive lineman decided to post a photo of himself holding a wad of cash over the weekend.

2. Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel took to twitter on Sunday to defend himself against weekend criticism.

3. Here are five questions about Auburn from Alabama’s perspective. The two rivals will play on Nov. 30.

4. Newcomers Jeremy Johnson and Nick Marshall look ready to compete for Auburn’s starting quarterback job.

5. Another Auburn newcomer – Kenny Flowers – is expected to help right away at linebacker.

6. Arkansas assistant coach Barry Lunney Jr. likes his group of tight ends this year.

7. Brothers Denzel and Robert Nkemdiche are finally on the field together at Ole Miss.

8. What if Kentucky wore a chrome helmet? Fans haven’t even shown much desire for gray uniforms.

9. Mike Strange looks at Tennessee’s scheduling to show how it has changed over the years.

10. The SEC has the best group of quarterbacks in the nation, according to Athlon Sports.

11. Alabama’s Nick Saban is the nation’s most intriguing coach, according to Pat Forde.

12. Can Texas A&M win the BCS title this year? Ken Bradley looks at keys for the Aggies.

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13. LSU received some good news: Swingman Jordan Mickey has been cleared by the NCAA.


14. Southern Cal AD Pat Haden has backed coach Lane Kiffin, but questions still remain about the Trojans’ coach.

15. George Schroeder looks at targeting and the punishment that could come with it this fall.

16. Athlon has a projection for all 35 bowls this season. It’s Alabama vs. Ohio State for the BCS title.

17. Former Texas, NFL running back Ricky Williams wants to help improve lives as he enters the coaching profession.

18. North Carolina basketball player P.J. Hairston has been suspended indefinitely following another traffic citation.

19. Former Penn State executives of covering up for Jerry Sandusky will be in court on Monday.

20. Ryan Newman won the Brickyard 400 in Indianapolis on Sunday, his first win of the season.

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