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SEC Headlines – 2/4/13


1.  The SEC has named its Players of the Week.

2.  As Anthony Hickey goes, so goes LSU.

3.  Ole Miss and Mississippi State will be trying to snap losing streaks when they meet on Wednesday.

4.  Kentucky’s team is finally developing an identity.

5.  Tennessee isn’t just looking for its first road win… the Vols are looking to become mentally tough.


6. has ranked all the FBS recruiting classes — as of today — in a conference-by-conference breakdown.

7.  When it comes to other leagues battling the SEC long-term, this writer says: “Give up.”

8.  Nick Saban has mastered the art of getting new players on campus early.

9.  Georgia has had some comings and at least one “going” with regards to its roster this month.

10.  South Carolina is set to ink a good crop of offensive linemen… if only projecting O-linemen were easy.


11.  So what happened with that Super Bowl outage?

12.  The NFL rakes in a whole lotta cash, but Division I NCAA athletic department have some big revenue numbers, too.

13.  The Jets won’t be cutting Tim Tebow… but they do hope to trade him.

14.  There’s a massive match-fixing scandal brewing in global soccer.

15.  Muhammad Ali’s family is denying reports that the legendary boxer is near death.

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Saban Suggests Bama Is The Ali Of College Football

If you’re looking for a flaw with unbeaten Alabama, occasional slow starts might be the area to investigate.  Here’s why:

* Alabama led Penn State 7-3 until there were 10 minutes to play in the first half.  Final score: 27-11

* Alabama was tied with Arkansas 7-7 until there were five minutes to play in the first half.  Final score: 38-14

* Alabama was tied with Florida 10-10 at the end of the first quarter.  Final score: 38-10.

* Alabama led Vanderbilt 7-0 until the final seconds of the first half.  Final score: 34-0.

* Alabama was tied with Mississippi 7-7 at the end of the first quarter.  Final score: 52-7.

* Alabama was tied with Tennessee 6-6 at the end of the first half.  Final score: 37-6.

Kevin Scarbinsky of The Birmingham News asked Nick Saban yesterday if he had concerns about his team’s slow starts.  Apparently not:

“I guess the expectation is, if you’re Muhammad Ali, you’re gonna knock everybody out in the first round.  I don’t think he did that in every one of his fights.  Sometimes he sparred.”

Scarbinsky said that Saban “downplayed the slow starts and accentuated the strong finishes that have defined his team.”  He also came about as close to bragging on his squad as you’ll ever hear.

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