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SEC Headlines – 1/7/11 Part One

1.  Alabama’s Marcell Dareus, Mark Ingram and Julio Jones are expected to make their NFL decisions public at a press conference today.

2.  Can Anthony Grant’s basketball team compete in the SEC this year?  (Some high schools could compete in the SEC West this year.)

3. Ticket prices continue to rise for the BCS Championship Game.

4.  The defenses could steal the show on Monday night.

5.  Auburn’s offensive success starts in the trenches.

6.  Linebacker Josh Bynes says Auburn’s “not concerned at all” about the pace of Oregon’s offense.

7.  But the Ducks are counting on wearing down the Tigers.

8.  Nick Fairley has become a Twitter star (sigh) because people really want to know that he loves professional wrestling and Burger King.

9.  Auburn’s seniors are thinking about their fast-approaching final practice session.

10.  The coaching edge on Monday goes to Chip Kelly over Gene Chizik.

11.  The SEC’s streak of four consecutive national titles is a burden the Tigers must bear.

12.  Oregon’s players are actually having to spend time doing school work this week.  Auburn’s players are not.

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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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