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AU loses CB Bell For The Season

Fresh off a 45-7 beatdown at Georgia — that could have actually been worse had Mark Richt not taken his foot off the gas — the Auburn Tigers are now facing a new problem in their secondary.  Junior cornerback T’Sharvan Bell is out for the season after suffering a major knee injury on Saturday.

Defensive coordinator Ted Roof says Bell will be sorely missed by a unit that’s already had its share of struggles.

“(Bell) means a lot to our defense, not just the way he plays, but the things he provides us off the field.  I really have a lot of respect for him, and how much he’s grown.  I’m really proud of him and love him and it’s just ad that that happened.

Who will replace Bell in Auburn’s secondary is anyone’s guess.  According to The Opelika-Auburn News, at least four players’ names — Ryan White, Jonathon Mincy, Jermaine Whitehead and Robenson Therezie — have been kicked around as possible fill-ins.

The Plainsmen already rank dead last in the SEC in pass defense, allowing 216 yards per game through the air.

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SEC Headlines – 11/1/10 Part Two

1.  Auburn is building depth along its defensive line.

2.  Due to injuries in its secondary, Auburn has taken the redshirt off of defensive back Ryan White.

3.  Gene Chizik says the polls aren’t something he can control.

4.  Alabama is a tough November stretch away from playing in the BCS title game again.

5.  Ryan Mallett didn’t play like he had a bruised shoulder against Vanderbilt.

6.  The grades were pretty positive for the Hogs on Saturday.

7.  There’s still no official word on the knee injury suffered by top receiver Greg Childs.

8.  This writer believes a key to LSU’s stretch run should be making Jarrett Lee the team’s primary quarterback.

9.  The Tigers’ special teams have been a strength.

10.  One key matchup to watch on Saturday: Cornerback Patrick Peterson going against Alabama receiver Julio Jones.

11.  In the midst of a six-game winning streak, MSU is finally getting an open date.

12.  The Bulldogs’ offense starts fast and finishes strong…

13.  But Dan Mullen says the Dogs still need to “clean up” their passing game.

14.  As Ole Miss’ season slips away, Jeremiah Masoli’s importance is increasing.

15.  The Rebels are still waiting for medical news about their two top tacklers.

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