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SEC Headlines 4/8/2014

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1. Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham has been indefinitely suspended ”for a violation of undisclosed team policies.”

2. What helped Amari Cooper have a big scrimmage on Saturday? The Alabama receiver credited Lane Kiffin’s offense.

3. Here’s a practice report from Alabama’s workout on Monday.

4. Auburn offensive tackle Avery Young is back after suffering a painful broken hand injury in the BCS title game.

5. Jonathan Mincy and Jermaine Whitehead are two leaders in Auburn’s secondary.

6. The LSU quarterback job is freshman Brandon Harris’ to lose, writes Barrett Sallee.

7. Here are five Ole Miss players who showed up as surprises this spring.

8. Kelvin Taylor appears to be “The Guy” at tailback for Florida.

9. Georgia has high hopes for linebacker Leonard Floyd as a pass rusher this fall.

10. Georgia’s coaches have challenged running back Todd Gurley to give it his all on the field.

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11. UConn winning the national title proves the regular season doesn’t mean much, writes Pat Dooley.

12. UConn’s men drew inspiration from the women in their lives, writes Nicole Auerbach.

13. Kentucky fan Tyler Austin Black is keeping the “2014 Nati9nal Champions” tattoo he got before the tournament began.

14. Kentucky’s group of freshmen is already a thing of the past as several are expected to leave for the NBA.

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15. Bruce Pearl says there have already been some “cultural changes” with Auburn’s approach to practice.

16. Auburn legend Chuck Person has joined Pearl’s staff. Pearl: “This is a pretty special day for Auburn basketball and the Auburn family.”


17. Offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio and his former teammates are preparing for Tuesday’s Pro Day at Alabama.

18. Quarterback Zach Mettenberger will visit several NFL teams following LSU’s Pro Day.

19. Safety Craig Loston wants to show NFL teams he can cover as well as hit.


20. Former NFL linebacker Brendan Ayanbadejo believes Nick Saban traded him from the Miami Dolphins because he took paternity leave.

21. An Ohio bill says college athletes aren’t employees under state law.

22. UConn star guard Shabazz Napier said “there are hungry nights that I go to bed and I’m starving.”

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SEC Headlines 4/6/2014

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1. South Carolina tight end Rory Anderson tears tricep muscle Saturday.  Recovery time depends on whether it’s partial or complete tear.

2. Missouri defensive lineman Matt Hoch  will undergo surgery for a broken bone in his ankle.

3. Freshman quarterback Brandon Harris the star of LSU’s spring game.

4. Ole Miss had its spring game Saturday.  Coach Hugh Freeze: “I know beyond a shadow of a doubt … that we’re a better football team than we were two years ago, than we were last year.”

5. No spring game for Texas A&M this year because of Kyle Field renovation.  Aggies wrap up spring drills on Saturday.

6. Georgia quarterback Hutson Mason on Saturday’s scrimmage: “We came out with a lot more passion and energy.”

7. Following Saturdays’ scrimmage, Alabama coach Nick Saban mentions three quarterbacks - Blake Sims, Cooper Batemen and Alec Morris.  ”So those three guys have sort of emerged as the three guys that look like they’re the most ready to play.”

8. Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott only completed 13 passes Saturday but four of them were for touchdowns.

9. Arkansas quarterback Brandon Allen impressive in the Razorbacks Saturday scrimmage.

10. Coach Butch Jones on the performance of Tennessee’s quarterbacks.  “All four [QBs] did some good things, but there’s also a lot of things that need to be corrected in a hurry.”

11. Lou Holtz addressed the Auburn team Friday.  Coach Gus Malzahn: “I consider him a friend.”

12. Kentucky defensive end Alvin “Bud” Dupree:  ”I’m much more confident in myself than I was at this time last year.

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13. Auburn football and Kentucky basketball - “some of the most memorable clutch performances in SEC history – all in the same academic year.”

14. No trip anytime soon to the barber for a Florida student.  Vows to not cut hair until Gators win national title.

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SEC Headlines 4/5/2014

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1. Spring game Saturday at Ole Miss.  Rebels first-team offense will matchup against the first-string defense.

2. Potential biggest hurdle at LSU’s spring game?  Rain. “Quarterback battle between Anthony Jennings and Brandon Harris will be in full view…”

3. Florida punter Johnny Townsend has wrist surgery - out for the rest of the spring.

4. Arkansas linebacker Martrell Spaight on the team’s first spring scrimmage: “It’s going to be fun to finally go out and hit somebody.”

5. Texas A&M running back Tre Carson on the competition he’s facing.  ”It’s a loaded backfield. Everyone knows that.”

6. There’s no depth chart at Alabama and there won’t be one after today’s scrimmage either.

7. Missouri scrimmaging today.  Even without Henry Josey, Tigers counting on big things from their backfield.

8. Who has helped their case the most this spring at Tennessee?

9. Mississippi State senior Curtis Virgis on the team’s defensive line: “There’s no ceiling on us.”

10. Kevin Scarbinsky: “Is there a college or professional athlete out there who doesn’t smoke pot? Anyone?”


11. South Carolina’s Connor Shaw on preparing for the NFL draft.  ”It is the world’s longest job interview.”

12. Georgia’s Aaron Murray recovering nicely from ACL reconstruction surgery.

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13. Any chance of seeing injured Kentucky center Willie Cauley-Stein tonight?  “Don’t count me out yet.”

14. Missouri gets some help for its depleted backcourt – get a pledge from a JUCO guard.

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SEC Recruiting Headlines 6/13/2013

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1. Make it four commitments in a week for Georgia.  The Bulldogs latest recruiting success is four-star cornerback Malkom Parrish. Georgia now has nine commitments in its 2014 class.

2. Kentucky getting a visit from the nation’s No. 1 all-purpose running back.  Stanley “Boom” Williams from Monroe, Ga. expected in Lexington today.Update: Williams commits.  UK makes an offer to 13-year old Jairus Brents. Said the 7th grader: ”It’s not a big deal. It’s just an offer.”

3. Homewood, Alabama offensive lineman Jordan Sims has narrowed his list to three schools - Alabama, Auburn and Ole Miss. The 6-foot-4, 330 pounds Sims took an unofficial visit to Auburn on Wednesday.

4. Several SEC teams are targeting Bossier City, Louisiana quarterback Brandon Harris. And with quarterback DeShone Kizer committing to Notre Dame , expect Harris to get even more attention.

5. Projected 2014 commitments for the LSU offensive line.

6. St. Louis, Mo. cornerback Raymond Wingo will visit Arkansas June 29th.  Wingo is being recruited by several schools, including Missouri and Tennessee.

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7. Three of ESPN’s top 10 2014 recruits are from Texas.  Three of the top 100 are from Alabama.

8. Mississippi State gets two verbal commitments for the class of 2015.

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Quarterback Allen Picks Texas A&M; Harris Drops Aggies From List

Quarterback Kyle Allen from Desert Mountain High School in Scottsdale, Ariz., announced his commitment to Texas A&M on Monday.

Allen chose the Aggies over Ohio State, Oklahoma, Notre Dame and UCLA.

Allen, who’s ranked the nation’s No. 5 pocket passer by ESPN RecruitingNation, decided on Texas A&M after spending the weekend considering what was most important to him in a school.

“I ended up with Texas A&M by far,” Allen told ESPN. “It met the criteria of what I wanted. I was really excited about it.”

The commitment by Allen has helped move Texas A&M to No. 1 in the Rivals Team Rankings for the class of 2014. The Aggies’ 12 commitments ranks second in the SEC to Tennessee, which dropped to No. 2 in the national team rankings.

Allen’s commitment to Texas A&M means the Aggies are no longer in the running for quarterback Brandon Harris from Bossier City, La. He released the following statement (in a very classy manner) following the news of Allen’s announcement:

Harris, who’s ranked the nation’s No. 5 dual-threat quarterback by ESPN and Rivals, is still considering Alabama, Auburn, LSU, Ole Miss, Baylor and Ohio State. He plans to announce his decision on July 18.

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