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Gators Lose LB Jenkins To The NFL

mrsec-breaking-newsFlorida had the nation’s fifth-best defense in 2012.  But come 2013, only four starters look to be returning.

Oft-injured Gator linebacker Jelani Jenkins has announced that he will leave Gainesville for the NFL as a junior this offseason.  He joins fellow juniors Matt Elam,  Sharrif Floyd and Jordan Reed as early departees from Florida.

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Wow Evening Headlines 10/3/2012

Former Arkansas linebacker Bret Harris has been arrested for allegedly threatening to kill the school’s head athletic trainer on his Twitter account
Florida coach Will Muschamp says he expects linebacker Jelani Jenkins to play against LSU Saturday
Les Miles seemed to suggest yesterday that DB Tyrann “Honey Badger” Mathieu could return to LSU in 2013
Georgia leading WR Michael Bennett will miss the rest of the season after tearing an ACL in practice
Kentucky RB CoShik Williams will miss the rest of the season with a torn labrum
Texas A&M offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury wants his team to improve in the red zone… after a 58-10 win over Arkansas
Steve Spurrier says South Carolina’s O-line isn’t “dominating as we hope we can”
Tennessee defensive coordinator Sal Sunseri is stressing the fundamentals to his unit after a 51-44 loss to Georgia
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Ten Gators named to Phil Steele’s Postseason All-SEC teams

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Redshirt freshman Andre Debose returned two kickoffs for touchdowns this season. (Orlando Sentinel photo)

Ten Gators were named to Phil Steele’s Postseason All-SEC teams on Friday, with strong safety Ahmad Black, punter Chas Henry and kick returner Andre Debose making the first team.

Black, a senior from Lakeland, led the team with 102 tackles this year. He also had three interceptions, forced three fumbles and recovered two.

Henry, a senior and finalist for the Ray Guy Award given to the nation’s top punter, leads the country with a 46.41 punt average.

And Debose returned two kickoffs for touchdowns this year – one from 88 yards against LSU and another from 99 yards against South Carolina.

Junior CB Janoris Jenkins, a projected first-round draft pick, made the second team.

On the third team were senior left guard Carl Johnson, senior left tackle Marcus Gilbert and senior defensive end Justin Trattou.

Florida placed two on the fourth team – senior center Mike Pouncey and redshirt freshman linebacker Jelani Jenkins.


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SEC Headlines – 11/3/10 Part One

1.  Now that they’ve found their offense, Florida’s coaches are looking for more of a pass rush.

2.  Jelani Jenkins and Jon Halapio say they’re fully healthy.

3.  UF’s basketball team faces Georgetown College in an exhibition game tonight.  (That’s “Georgetown College” not “Georgetown University.”)

4.  Georgia is struggling to win close games.

5.  Uh, there’s not a whole lot of excitement about this weekend’s Georgia-Idaho State clash.

6.  Kentucky receiver Chris Matthews is looking to bounce back from a bad week.

7.  This writer says UK’s basketball team is closer to good than great.

8.  South Carolina’s players don’t want to hear that their game versus Arkansas is “meaningless” in the SEC East race.

9.  The Gamecocks’ coaches are working overtime to shore up USC’s pass defense before Saturday.

10.  Tennessee tailback Tauren Poole says he’s been trying to do too much.

11.  Herman Lathers is making a name for himself as a blitzer.

12.  The UT basketball team will open its season with an exhibition against Brevard College tonight.

13.  Vandy cornerback Eddie Foster says he hopes Florida attacks his unit through the air.  (Apparently he’s blocked out last week’s loss at Arkansas.)

14.  The basketball Commodores host Alabama-Huntsville in an exhibition game tonight.

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