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SEC Headlines – 7/26/11 Part Two

1.  Now there’s a photo of Trent Richardson having dinner with Tuscaloosa clothier Tom Albetar. 

2.  Crimson Tide play-by-play man Eli Gold has signed a four-year contract extension.

3.  Auburn’s got some holes to fill at linebacker.

4.  LSU freshman receiver Jarvis Landry will miss two to three weeks of practice after breaking his foot in offseason 7-on-7 drills.

5.  Houston Nutt is breaking in transfer quarterbacks yet again.

6.  MSU’s cowbell tradition means a lot to Dan Mullen.

7.  Who’s the best quarterback in the SEC West?

8.  The SEC’s 25th best player is Tennessee safety Janzen Jackson.

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Clothier Albetar Gives “No Comment” When Asked About Ties To Bama

Yesterday, when asked to comment on the cease-and-desist letter he received from Alabama, Tuscaloosa clothier Tom Albetar told reporters, “I can’t talk to you.”  Pressed further, he let loose a “no comment.”

Izzy Gould of notes that at Albetar’s menswear store a sticker has been placed on the front door stating: “Bama Memorabilia; DISPLAY ONLY; NOT FOR SALE.”

According to a source, Gould reports that the school did not file a report with the SEC or NCAA upon initial investigation late last year and still has not done so.  Meaning the school believes it is in the clear.

That won’t stop the questions from coming.  Kevin Scarbinsky of writes that “this story seems a long way from a conclusion.”

“Why did so many Alabama players, from Tyrone Prothro to Terrence Cody, sign so much stuff, from jerseys to helmets to gloves to photos, for Albetar,” asks the columnist.

Tide fans dismiss the situation and ask for proof.  Funny, when Auburn dismissed accusation after accusation regarding Cam Newton, many Bama fans weren’t worried about waiting for proof. 

We’ll open ourselves up to ugliness from both fanbases later today when we tell you why the Iron Bowl rivalry is flat-out bad for the SEC.

Until then, we await the next shoe — or suit — to drop in the UA/AU War.

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