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Texas A&M 71 – Ole Miss 60

Video highlights of the Texas A&M 71-60 win over Ole Miss Saturday in College Station.

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Florida 75 – Ole Miss 71

Video highlights of the Florida 75-71 win over Ole Miss Saturday in Oxford.

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SEC Headlines 2/21/2014

headlines-fri-150x150Hurry-Up Offenses & Proposed Rule Change

1. South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier calls proposal “Saban rule.”  Tells USA Today - ”It’s ridiculous. Let’s let everybody keep playing the way they’ve been playing.”

2. Georgia coach Mark Richt: “I feel like if you can train offensive players to play five or six plays in a row, you can train defensive players to play that many plays in a row, too.”

3. Kevin Scarbinsky on comments by Arkansas coach Bret Bielema (earlier story here): “Bielema was wrong on so many levels… He actually made a case to ban the sport of football entirely.”

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4. Mark Richt on the Josh Harvey-Clemons dismissal: “Guys understand that there are certain rules everybody needs to abide by and if they don’t they could possibly lose their privilege to play at Georgia.”

5. With the exception of offensive coordinator Mike Bobo, every Georgia coach will have some special teams responsibility.

6. That includes new inside linebackers coach Mike Ekeler who is fired up to be in Athens. “They’re gonna have to take me out of here at gunpoint.”

7. Arkansas has hired Clay Jennings from TCU to coach defensive backs.

8. Tennessee defensive lineman Danny O’Brien gets community service in exchange for having charges related to possessing a fake ID, resisting arrest and underage drinking dropped.

9. Alabama is suing former wide receivers coach Mike Groh for breaching his employment contract – claims he owes the school $57,000.

10. ESPN’s Chris Low takes a stab at the top-5 offensive linemen in the SEC heading into the 2014 season.

11. With Michael Sam and Kony Ealy off to the NFL, how does Missouri’s defensive line shape up for 2014?

12. A look back at Florida’s loaded 2007 recruiting class that included Cam Newton and here’s a review of Nick Saban’s first full signing class in 2008.


13. Tom Brady to Johnny Manziel: “Ignore the noise.” Johnny’s official measurements - 5’11 and ¾ inches, 207 pounds –  but he has big hands.

14. NFL Network’s Mike Mayock on Missouri defensive end Kony Ealy: “He hustles, plays hard, has some natural edge ability and, in today’s NFL, that all adds up to a first-round pick for me.” Mel Kiper:  “Ealy is a guy, had he gone back, would have been a much higher pick…”

15. Likeliest first round picks from LSU are wide receivers Odell Beckham Jr and Jarvis Landry

16. One take on former Georgia running back  Isaiah Crowell who’s entering the draft after his junior year at Alabama State – “extremely immature and has a history of off-field issues. Can be difficult to coach.”

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17. With a win over Ole Miss Saturday, Florida will win its 19th straight and potentially vault to No. 1 in the polls.

18. Florida center Patric Young apologizes for calling Boston College “awful.”

19. Time to be optimistic or pessimistic on Auburn basketball?  Tony Barbee has a chance at his first winning season.

Headline of the day

20. Vomiting from car window, Oklahoma man hits head on mailbox.

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Dayton 83 – Ole Miss 80

Video highlights of the Dayton 83-80 win over Ole Miss Saturday.

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Missouri 24 – Ole Miss 10 (Video)

Video highlights of the Missouri 24-10 win over Ole Miss Saturday night at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium.

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Auburn 30 – Ole Miss 22 (Video)

Watch video highlights of the Auburn 30-22 victory over Ole Miss Saturday. Tigers are 2-1 in SEC and 4-1 overall. Rebels drop to 1-2 and 3-2.

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Alabama 25 – Ole Miss 0 (Video)

Watch video highlights of the Alabama 25-0 victory over Ole Miss Saturday.

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Mallett Back; Childs, Adams Out

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Arkansas quarterback Ryan Mallett (shoulder) went through practice Tuesday, though receivers Joe Adams and Greg Childs did not practice as both continue to recover from ankle injuries suffered against Ole Miss Saturday.

Mallett said he felt “100 percent” after being knocked out of his second consecutive game. He suffered a shoulder injury Saturday and didn’t return after the first of two weather delays.

“It was just a bruise,” Mallett said. “We just had to get the blood moving and circulating.

“It’s a relief just to know that I’m ready to go 100 percent on Tuesday and not have to wait. That’s a frustrating thing when you’ve got to wait all week.”

Razorbacks offensive coordinator Garrick McGee wouldn’t didn’t comment on either of the injured receivers, other than to say he was unsure of their timetable for a return. Instead, McGee chose to talk up their replacements.

“Lance Ray did a really good job today and Julian Horton was a kid we were really high on in the recruiting process,” McGee said.

“They had a good day. I liked the way we practiced today. The kids were fast and they were concentrating. We had a good meeting day yesterday so we were pretty ahead of the game plan and they understood what we wanted to get done. I thought they did a good job of executing today.”

Arkansas (5-2, 2-2 SEC) continued to score points even without Mallett, Adams and Childs in the game Saturday, a 38-24 win over the Rebels. For the second consecutive week quarterback Tyler Wilson was efficient off the bench.

In his last two appearances, Wilson has completed 30 of 41 passes for 403 yards and four touchdowns. Arkansas’ efficiency without its starters is a testament to hard work by coaches, McGee said.

“It says that we’ve recruited a lot of good players,” McGee said. “It says our kids have a lot of pride in what we’re doing and our coaches are doing a really good job of coaching everybody in their meeting rooms and a good job of explaining that everybody has a role, and you never know when you’re number is going to be called or what you’re going to have to do throughout a game.”

The No. 19 Razorbacks will host Vanderbilt (2-5, 1-3) this weekend in Fayetteville.

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