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SEC Headlines 7/24/12

1. Georgia coach Mark Richt said the Bulldogs are interested in Penn State’s players.

2. Georgia AD Greg McGarity hopes lessons are learned from the Penn State story.

3. Some schools have already begun aggressively pursuing some of Penn State’s players.

4. One SEC school started its pursuit Monday morning, according to ESPN’s Mark Schlabach.

5. If a school wants to land Penn State running back Silas Redd, it will likely have to battle Southern Cal.

6. Ole Miss tight end Jamal Mosley has been suspended after another arrest.

7. Here’s a sneak peek of Mississippi State’s new football uniforms.

8. Will Mississippi State pursue Penn State players? Here’s an early look.

9. Michigan – Alabama’s opening opponent – has suspended its starting running back.

10. Will Auburn see Clemson’s star wide receiver Sammy Watkins in the opener?

11. Here’s a podcast with SEC coaches Gene Chizik, Gary Pinkel and Kevin Sumlin.

12. Tennessee coach Derek Dooley knows why people speculate about his job.

13. LSU coach Les Miles is showing confidence in quarterback Zach Mettenberger.

14. South Carolina basketball forward Carlton Geathers will have right knee surgery.

15. Florida coach Will Muschamp will go through the “Car Wash” at ESPN on Tuesday.

16. Some Penn State players will decide to leave. Here are some possibilities.

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UM’s Mackey, Mosley Arrested In Separate Incidents

Rule #1 on how not to win a quarterback battle: Don’t get arrested on charges of disorderly conduct.

Alas, that’s exactly what Mississippi quarterback candidate Randall Mackey did last night.  He was picked up by police following a fight at an Oxford music venue.

Here’s the school’s official statement:


“We are currently gathering information on the incident involving Randall.  Once we have all of the facts, we will determine the appropriate course of action.”


But Houston Nutt told WHBQ-AM in Memphis today that Mackey “threw away” a chance at starting.  While the coach says Mackey was not drinking, he did break the team’s 11:30pm curfew.  That and he got arrested.

Mackey wasn’t the only Rebel arrested in the last few days.  Tight end Jamal Mosley was reportedly picked up Saturday night on charges of public intoxication.

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Ole Miss Lands Three Junior College Players

Ole Miss landed commitments from three junior college prospects during the weekend.

Defensive back Wesley Pendleton from Copiah-Lincoln Community College, linebacker Otha Foster from Pearl River Community College and defensive back Ivan Nicholas from ASA Institute all committed to the Rebels.

Ole Miss now has 22 commitments for 2011 and four commitments from junior college prospects. Tight end Jamal Mosley from Northwest Mississippi Community College is the fourth of the group.

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