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SEC Headlines 2/3/2014

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1. An expanded dead period in January has created a busy schedule for  coaches and recruits the last few weeks.

2. Kentucky football put together a regional ad that ran during the Super Bowl.

3. Here’s a look at the SEC as signing day is only two days away.

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4. Alabama is trying to fight through adversity after consecutive blowout losses to Auburn and Tennessee.

5. LSU was very efficient on offense in its win over Arkansas on Saturday.

6. Mississippi State will try to bounce back this week after losing to Florida and Vanderbilt last week.

7. Ole Miss is preparing for a difficult week. The Rebels will play at Kentucky before returning home to face Missouri.

8. Television has helped make the back end of Florida’s schedule tougher on a yearly basis.

9. “Team transfer” is playing well for Missouri. But they need more help around them.

Super Bowl Recap

10. The Seattle Seahawks were dominant in their win over the Denver Broncos.

11. Former Gator Percy Harvin showed he’s still a dazzling playmaker in helping the Seahawks beat the Broncos.

12. Peyton Manning had a miserable night at the wrong time for the Broncos.

13. Seattle and Denver are two of the top three favorites to return to next year’s Super Bowl.


14. Florida is No. 4 in the CBS Sports top 25 (and one). Syracuse is No. 1.

15. Kansas is No. 1 in the updated RPI. Florida (No. 5) and Kentucky (No. 13) are the SEC’s highest-ranked teams.

16. Arizona lost forward Brandon Ashley for the rest of the season because of a foot injury.

17. The SEC has four teams in the NCAA tournament in the latest bracket projection from USA Today.

18. Did Mack Brown encourage Texas football recruits to consider other schools?

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