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SEC Headlines 2/10/2014

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1. Former Missouri standout defensive end Michael Sam announced he’s gay. He came out to his Missouri teammates before the 2013 season.

2. How will Sam’s announcement affect his NFL draft stock? Eight league executives and coaches weighed in.

3. Update on the arrested Tennessee players: Senior LB A.J. Johnson “provided alcohol and marijuana to numerous underage individuals,” per police.

4. Auburn will attempt to restock its offensive line in the next recruiting cycle.

5. Robb Smith has been hired to become Arkansas’ defensive coordinator.

6. Dwight Collins provides an SEC football pre-spring perspective.

7. Georgia wide receiver Chris Conley gathered friends to film a video homage to “Star Wars.”

8. How much did James Franklin’s departure hurt Vanderbilt’s recruiting in the 2014 class?

9. Who will be the SEC’s top quarterback entering the 2014 season? Barrett Sallee takes a stab at it.

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10. LSU guard Malik Morgan is lost for the season with a torn knee tendon.

11. It’s hard to predict if LSU will be able to turn the corner this season.

12. Don’t bring up the idea of Florida going 18-0 in the SEC, writes Pat Dooley.

13. This NCAA tournament projection at USA Today has only three SEC teams being selected.

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14. Oklahoma State guard Marcus Smart will serve a three-game suspension for shoving a Texas Tech fan Saturday night.

15. This story by Eric Prisbell will help people learn more about Smart’s history.

16. Metta World Peace said he believes Smart can learn from the mistake he made on Saturday.

17. Florida and Kentucky remain the only SEC teams in the CBS Sports top 25 (and one).

18.Ā No. 1 Syracuse improved its record to 23-0 with a 57-44 win over Clemson.

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