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The Best (And Worst) SEC Quarterback Situations Entering 2014

quarterback-silhouette-question-markUsing statistics from a previous season is not always the best way to predict which school will thrive at the quarterback position in an upcoming year.  There are injuries to consider.  Not just to the QB but to his offensive line or receivers.

There are always surprises, players who come from nowhere to become stars.  Two years ago there was a four-way battle for the signal-caller spot in Kevin Sumlin’s brand new Texas A&M offense.  The winner was a small fella who Texas had actually recruited to play safety.  But Johnny Manziel went on to win the Heisman in just his first season.

Last offseason, Auburn’s quarterback battle appeared to be a four-way battle as well.  But the two holdovers from 2012 were quickly chucked from the race.  A pair of newcomers — the runner Nick Marshall and the thrower Jeremy Johnson — wound up duking things out.  The former Georgia defensive back, Marshall, earned the starting gig and led the Tigers to the brink of a BCS championship.

Before we look at 2014, let’s take a quick look back at 2012 and 2013.  Below you’ll find the 2012 total offense numbers for each school’s top returning QB.  Farther to the right you’ll find the 2013 total offense numbers for each school’s top quarterback for comparison.  Again, be careful not to draw too many conclusions:

 

  School   Top 2012 QB Returning   Total Off. 2012   Yds/Gm 2012   Top 2013 QB   Total Off. 2013   Yds/Gm 2013   SEC Rec.   Overall Rec.
  Texas A&M   J. Manziel   5116   393.5   J. Manziel   4873   374.8   4-4   9-4
  Georgia   A. Murray   3825   273.2   A. Murray   3261   296.5   5-3   8-5
  Ole Miss   B. Wallace   3384   260.3   B. Wallace   3701   284.7   3-5   8-5
  Alabama   AJ McCarron   2937   209.8   AJ McCarron   3041   233.9   7-1   11-2
  Miss. State   T. Russell   2892   222.5   D. Prescott   2769   251.7   3-5   7-6
  LSU   Z. Mettenberger   2401   184.7   Z. Mettenberger   2949   245.8   5-3   10-3
  S. Carolina   C. Shaw   2391   217.4   C. Shaw   3005   231.2   6-2   11-2
  Florida   J. Driskel   2054   171.2   T. Murphy   1277   141.8   3-5   4-8
  Missouri   J. Franklin   1684   187.1   J. Franklin   2939   267.1   7-1   12-2
  Kentucky   J. Whitlow   1007   100.7   J. Whitlow   1492   124.3   0-8   2-10
  Auburn   J. Wallace   872   96.9   N. Marshall   3044   234.2   7-1   12-2
  Vanderbilt   A. Carta-Samuels   225   37.5   A. Carta-Samuels   2382   238.3   4-4   9-4
  Arkansas   B. Allen   183   36.6   B. Allen   1581   143.7   0-8   3-9
  Tennessee   J. Worley   134   26.8   J. Worley   1295   161.8   2-6   5-7

 

As you can see, the numbers from one year don’t always mean very much heading into the next year.  So even though the list below of returning total offense leaders is stacked up by total yards gained, you’ll find that our grades don’t always mesh with those 2013 stats.  Here’s our quickie take on the best, worst, good and bad SEC quarterback situations rolling into 2014:

 

  School   Top 2013 QB Returning   Total Off. 2013   Yds/Gm 2013   Our View of Situation
  Ole Miss   B. Wallace   3701   284.7   Good, Just needs to keep cutting down on turnovers
  Auburn   N. Marshall   3044   234.2   Best, But Marshall still needs to improve as a passer
  Miss. State   D. Prescott   2769   251.7   Good, Prescott was a solid leader in ’12 when healthy
  Arkansas   B. Allen   1581   143.7   Worst, Injuries were an issue, but Allen needs work
  Kentucky   J. Whitlow   1492   124.3   Bad, Likely an open race as Whitlow’s health always a ?
  Missouri   M. Mauk   1300   100.0   Good, Mauk showed he’s a solid heir to the job
  Tennessee   J. Worley   1295   161.8   Bad, An open race once between up to 4 guys
  Georgia   H. Mason   960   240.0   Good, Mason wasn’t great, but he should be ready for ’14
  Vanderbilt   P. Robinette   856   85.6   Bad, If Franklin walks out how will new coach see/use him?
  S. Carolina   D. Thompson   810   101.2   Good, But not great… he’s not been a Shaw clone to date
  Florida   J. Driskel   515   171.6   Bad, New OC and likely an open competition
  Texas A&M   M. Joeckel   293   73.2   Good, Whoever gets the nod should excel in Sumlin’s system
  Alabama   B. Sims   228   28.5   Good, The people around Bama’s QB will help a lot
  LSU   A. Jennings   199   22.1   Good, Beat Arkansas and Iowa and run game will help

 

We’re not factoring in freshmen because we’ve yet to reach signing day and who knows which commitments might flip-flop between now and then?

One thing is clear looking at this SEC quarterback chart — the league should shift back to more of a defense-first conference next season.  In 2013, a combination of young defenses, veteran quarterbacks and the proliferation of hurry-up offenses inside the league conspired to “soften” the SEC in terms of defense.  In 2012, SEC defenses allowed 42,609 in conference-only games.  That number ballooned to 46,600 yards in 2013.  On average, SEC defenses allowed about 70 yards per game more in 2013 than they did in 2012.

With newcomers expected to take over at so many schools and with defenses that should be a bit more veteran in 2014, we suspect that total-yards-allowed number to drop a bit, even with all of the hurry-up offenses currently being utilized across Dixie.  That’s because only about half of the league’s teams — Ole Miss, Auburn, Mississippi State, Missouri, Georgia, South Carolina and LSU — have a pretty firm grasp on who’ll be taking their offense’s snaps in the season ahead.

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SEC Headlines 11/26/2013

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1. Would losing to Auburn be the most crushing defeat of Nick Saban’s career?

2. Saban on Auburn fullback Jay Prosch: “You can’t say enough about what that guy does for them.”

3. Expect Auburn freshman quarterback Jeremy Johnson to play in the Iron Bowl.  Gus Malzahn: “We do have a plan for Jeremy, package wise, for this upcoming game.”

4. This will be the ninth Iron Bowl for defensive coordinator Ellis Johnson - but his first on the Auburn sideline.

5. Bruce Feldman: ”To me, there is a big, big difference between a one-loss team and an unbeaten team.” 

6. How can Missouri stop Johnny Manziel? Defensive coordinator Dave Steckel: “I don’t think the right word is stop because you’re not going to stop Johnny Manziel.”

7. Bryan Burwell on the Tigers:  “An SEC East title carries a lot more weight than a Big 12 North crown.”

8. Mark Bradley on Florida coach Will Muschamp: “I’d have fired him Saturday.”

9. Is Connor Shaw the best quarterback in South Carolina history?

10. Why the Cotton Bowl could be a destination for the Gamecocks.

11. If Mississippi State beats Ole Miss, the BBVA Compass Bowl will include the SEC.

12. Kentucky running back Raymond Sanders – the team’s leading rusher – suspended for the Tennessee game.

13. Tennessee needs a win against Kentucky to avoid the first eight-loss season in the program’s history.

14. If Arkansas loses to LSU, it will be the program’s first winless conference season since 1952.

15. Instead of two games a year, Arkansas will play just one a year in Little Rock for the next five years.

16. LSU freshman cornerback Rashard Robinson had a spectacular game against Texas A&M - held Mike Evans to four catches and intercepted a Johnny Manziel pass.

SEC Quarterbacks/Injuries

17. With quarterback Aaron Murray the latest, Georgia has had four offensive players tear their ACLs this year. Read MrSEC’s take on injuries in college football.

18. Georgia quarterback Hutson Mason will get his first start this weekend since 2009 when he was a senior in high school.

19. With Dak Prescott out with an elbow injury and Tyler Russell day-to-day, quarterback Damian Williams’ performance could have a big impact on the Egg Bowl.

20. Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace says his flu-like symptoms this weekend have passed.

21. Florida quarterback Tyler Murphy remains questionable - not cleared by medical staff. Full Florida injury report.

22. Tennessee coach Butch Jones confirmed Monday that freshman quarterback Riley Ferguson fractured his tibia before the Alabama game. ”Josh Dobbs will be our starting quarterback.” Tennessee has scored just three offensive touchdowns in last four games.

23. Vanderbilt is comfortable with its two quarterback system. Coach James Franklin: “I look at it as nothing but an advantage.”

SEC/NFL Draft

24. Would South Carolina’s Jadeveon Clowney be the perfect fit…for the Atlanta Falcons?

25. After pleading guilty to trying to cover up an alleged rape, former Vanderbilt wide receiver Chris Boyd will attempt to go pro instead of transferring.

Extra

26. What are the similarities between the rape cases at Vanderbilt and Florida State? ”The biggest similarity between the two cases is secrecy.”

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Marshall To Start At QB For Auburn Vs Texas A&M

nick-marshallAny Auburn fans wowed by Jeremy Johnson’s performance against Western Carolina and hoping he would take over the Tigers’ starting job can forget it.  At least for now.

Nick Marshall will be the starter on Saturday at Texas A&M, back from the knee injury that kept him out of action last week and opened the door for Johnson to show off his running and throwing abilities.  To date, Marshall’s own running abilities have surpassed his passing skills.  Johnson — in completing 17-of-21 passes for 201 yards and four touchdowns — matched Marshall’s passing TD total from five games in one.

Though that one was against the less-than-formidable Catamounts.

As for Marshall, Gus Malzahn said he looked “pretty good” at practice on Sunday and that with another day’s rest yesterday, he’ll hopefully “be looking good today” at practice.

The Tigers are 5-1 on the season and are currently ranked #24 in the nation heading into Saturday’s tussle with Johnny Manziel and A&M.

 

 

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South Carolina Cruises Past Arkansas; Freshman Johnson Leads Auburn

postgame-links-150x1501South Carolina 52 – Arkansas 7

1. South Carolina’s score at the end of the first half might have been what put Arkansas away.

2. Coach Steve Spurrier said he felt bad for Arkansas. “It’s no fun getting your butt beat like this at home,” he said.

3. Jadeveon Clowney return for South Carolina on Saturday. Watch his postgame press conference along with running back Mike Davis.

4. ESPN College GameDay reported before the game Clowney didn’t ride the team bus to the game. That was incorrect. He did.

5. Saturday’s performance was “just unacceptable,” according to coach Bret Bielema.

6. Saturday’s loss by the Razorbacks was among the worst defeats Arkansas has endured.

Auburn 62 – Western Carolina 3

7. True freshman quarterback Jeremy Johnson shined in his debut for Auburn. Nick Marshall will start at QB when he returns from injury.

8. Johnson’s performance provided a nice look at the future. He finished 17-of-21 for 201 yards with four touchdowns and one interception.

9. Here’s a look at what else went well for Auburn, which tallied 712 yards of total offense.

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SEC Headlines 10/3/2013

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1. Why was Steve Spurrier’s TV show pulled?  He felt he was “too negative” toward some coaches and the team’s performance. “I’m going to be more positive.” Some background on a story that generated some buzz.

2. Will Mississippi State quarterback Tyler Russell start against LSU?  Dan Mullen: “That’s the plan. ”

3. LSU coach Les Miles says he needs more cowbell.

4. Gus Malzahn vs. Hugh Freeze -  ”believed to be the first game between two successful longtime high school coaches in a BCS conference.”

5. Will Auburn freshman quarterback Jeremy Johnson redshirt this year?

6. Southern Miss transfer Anthony Alford is imitating Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall in practice this week for Ole Miss.

7. Opponents converting just 17.8 of the time on third down against Florida’s defense.

8. We know Florida’s defense is good but their offense is struggling – ranks ahead of only Kentucky in scoring points.

9. Florida coach Will Muschamp is impressed with Arkansas running back Alex Collins: “He’s a heck of a football player.”

10. Collins one of many Arkansas players with Florida ties.

11. Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham was suspended for the Vanderbilt game last year - but he’s ready for this year’s game: Has emerged as Tigers top target.

12. Playing Georgia this week, Tennessee assistant coaches John Jancek and Willie Martinez downplay their connections to the Bulldogs program.

13. This one seems to come up just about every year.  What would happen if Alabama played an NFL team?

14. Will weather play a role in the Ole Miss-Auburn game? Tropical storm Karen expected to make landfall in Alabama.

Practice/Injury Reports

15. Tennessee running back Marlin Lane “50-50″ for the Georgia game.

16. Georgia safety Tray Matthews didn’t practice Wednesday (hamstring).  Running back Todd Gurley still sidelined (ankle). Wide receiver Michael Bennett’s knee was bothering him.

17. One Kentucky quarterback is getting the majority of reps in practice, but coach Mark Stoops isn’t saying who it is.

18, Auburn cornerback Chris Davis not listed on the depth chart but could play Saturday.

19. “60 Minutes” crew at the Alabama practice. Crimson Tide change some player uniform numbers in order to prevent having two players with the same number on the field at the same time.

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20. Anticipation running high at Kentucky -record number of campers for Big Blue Madness.

21. Kentucky forward  Alex Poythress: “The sky is the limit for this team, so why not aim at 40-0?”

22. Rutgers transfer Eli Carter will be sidelined for the start of practice at Florida.

23. Until Bud Walton Arena is repaired from flood damage, Arkansas will workout in the PE building.

24. Missouri coach Frank Haith likes his backcourt.

NCAA News

25. NCAA data obtained by ESPN.com shows SEC generates more of its total athletic department revenue from football than any other conference.

26. Would SEC Commissioner Mike Slive support the “Olympic” model - where athletes can receive money off their own name?

27. By moving to the Big Ten, Rutgers expects an additional $200 million over 12 years.

28. Who’s going to serve on the selection committee for the College Football Playoff?  Reportedly West Virginia A.D. Oliver Luck will.

29. Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops loves to talk about the SEC. Steve Spurrier asked about it.

30. Ed Orgeron’s opportunity at USC.

Media

31. Did Texas coach Mack Brown get a sideline reporter for the Longhorns radio network fired?

32. Rick Pitino’s brief appearance on Boston radio.

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SEC Headlines 8/19/2013

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1. Auburn starting quarterback Nick Marshall won’t compare himself to Cam Newton. The comparisons will be there anyway.

2. Sophomore Jonathan Wallace will serve as Marshall’s backup. The Tigers hope freshman Jeremy Johnson can redshirt.

3. Alabama coach Nick Saban said he will “handle it appropriately” once he has all the information regarding CB Geno Smith’s DUI arrest.

4. Here’s a position-by-position look at Alabama’s offense.

5. Arkansas is trying to build depth while it also deals with injuries during fall camp.

6. LSU’s experience and talent at linebacker should make LSU fans feel better about the defense.

7. Meanwhile, LSU’s young linebackers are waiting to see how they’ll be used.

8. Parrish Alford takes a look at Ole Miss’ depth chart, which has become more settled during camp.

9. Mississippi State will take a break today for the start of fall classes. Practice will resume on Tuesday.

10. Bruce Feldman has a report on Johnny Manziel’s on-field development as Texas A&M awaits word on his eligibility.

11. Florida defensive ends Jonathan Bullard and Dante Fowler Jr. are hoping to make a strong tandem for the Gators.

12. Georgia cornerback Damian Swann discusses the Bulldogs’ preparation for their opener against Clemson.

13. Here’s what to watch in the next two weeks as Georgia gets ready for Clemson.

14. Kentucky freshman wide receiver Alex Montgomery “just makes plays,” according to one of his teammates.

15. This is a really nice story on Kentucky linebacker Kory Brown overcoming adversity to play in the SEC.

16. South Carolina running back Shon Carson is healthy and hoping to play a role in the Gamecocks’ backfield.

17. Tennessee’s coaching staff is trying to limit “eye violations” by the team’s linebackers.

18. Tennessee has the SEC’s top offensive line, according to Athlon Sports. Here’s a look at the top 25 units in the nation.

19. Vanderbilt coach James Franklin says it’s time for fans to buy tickets and show up to support the team.

20. The Commodores could go anywhere from 6-6 to 8-4 this season, according these predictions.

21. Missouri quarterback James Franklin says he’s “keeping a better mindset” about winning the starting job.

22. There’s plenty of talent at quarterback in the SEC. Edward Aschoff takes a look.

Extra

23. Former Marine Steven Rhodes is trying to play football at MTSU this season. The NCAA is still reviewing his case.

24. Pat Forde takes a look at the nation’s most intriguing non-quarterbacks.

25. Matt Hinton examines the boom-or-bust possibility of starting a true freshman quarterback.

26. It took four pitches for Red Sox pitcher Ryan Dempster to hit Alex Rodriguez. Yankees manager Joe Girardi wasn’t happy about it.

 

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Tiger Tales: Mizzou Names James Franklin Starting Quarterback; Auburn Expected To Name Starter Soon

gfx - they said itOne SEC team has settled on a starting quarterback and another quarterback battle at another school could be over by Monday.

At Missouri, coach Gary Pinkel announced Thursday night that incumbent James Franklin will retain his starting quarterback position.  Franklin had been in a battle since the spring with redshirt freshman Maty Mauk.

 

“James has shown that he’s very capable of leading this team at a high level, and we fully expect him to do that. He’s really developed as a leader of this offense, and of this team, and we feel he’s ready to be the difference-maker he was before all of the health challenges he dealt with last season.”

 

In two scrimmages, Franklin completed 67.5% of his passes with four touchdowns and one interceptions. Mauk completed 52.3% of his passes with three touchdowns and three interceptions.

Meanwhile, at Auburn, coach Gus Malzahn would like to settle on a starting quarterback by Monday.  What started as a four-man battle is down to a two-man race between JUCO transfer Nick Marshall and true freshman Jeremy Johnson.  Here’s what Malzahn told reporters Thursday afternoon.

 

“It could be tomorrow, it could be the next day, Saturday or Sunday. Any time before next Monday would be really good for us, but like I’ve said before, we’re not sure.”

 

In a later appearance on a call-in show, Malzahn said of the two quarterbacks: “They’ve definitely caught our eye. What we’re asking those guys to do. … there’s a lot to it, and I feel pretty good about the way both of them responded and handled it.”

Auburn will conduct its fourth scrimmage Saturday.

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Frazier Moves From Auburn Quarterback To Safety

kiehl-frazierWhen Kiehl Frazier arrived on the Plains as a flashy dual-threat quarterback in 2011, we found it odd that then-offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn only used one of Frazier’s weapons — his feet.  In 13 games Frazier ran the ball 76 times but attempted just 12 passes.

In 2012, with Malzahn serving as Arkansas State’s head coach, Frazier continued to struggle with his passing back at Auburn.  He completed just 53% of his passes last year with two touchdowns and eight interceptions.

So when Malzahn returned this offseason, we had a pretty good idea that Frazier was not going to be the guy who won the Tigers’ four-man quarterback battle.  And he’s not.  In fact, he’s moving to safety.

Malzahn announced the decision after Auburn’s practice last evening.  Frazier tried to put a positive spin on the move — “I did well the first two days to put myself in a position to be the quarterback, but that’s not something that I felt like — that’s something you have to be all in, 100%” — but his high school coach suggested his former protege saw the writing on the wall.

With Frazier out of the mix, Malzahn has said that newcomers Nick Marshall and Jeremy Johnson are the leaders with sophomore Jonathan Wallace still in the mix.

As for Frazier, he’s already traded in his number 10 jersey for a number 25.  That’s quite a drastic change for the player voted USA Today’s National Offensive Player of the Year coming out of high school.

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SEC Headlines 5/30/2013

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1. Based in part on input from fans, renovations at Vanderbilt Stadium could expand capacity to about 50,000. 

2. Five different quarterbacks will compete for the starting job at Auburn. “All five seem to have drawbacks.”

3. One of those quarterbacks is freshman Jeremy Johnson.  Will he also play basketball for the Tigers?

4. Kevin Scarbinsky on Phillip Ely’s decision at Alabama to transfer:  ”It’s not surprising that an Alabama quarterback would leave. Saban’s one-voice philosophy for the program carries over to the quarterback position.”

5. Saban and Florida assistant Tim Davis haven’t spoken since “the devil himself” comments, according to Florida coach Will Muschamp: Not at this point. We’ve moved forward.” Georgia Diaz: “PC Police win again.”

6. Any changes to the SEC schedule will not impact Florida – Florida State, but don’t expect to see Florida-Miami (after this year).  A.D. Jeremy Foley: “You never say never. But that’s not high on the agenda right now.”

7. Tennessee at Oregon will kickoff at 3:30 Eastern Time.  The game on ESPN will mark Butch Jones national debut as Tennessee coach and his first road game with the Vols. Breakdown of Tennessee schedule.

8. Why Georgia running back Todd Gurley is so important to the Bulldogs.  ”Gurley is a game-changer.”

9. Ole Miss list of early enrollees released. The five-stars have arrived.

10. South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier honored as “Great Floridian” today.

SEC Spring Meetings

11. Are the SEC and college football doing enough about head injuries?  Steve Spurrier: “I think we’re doing a lot, just like the NFL has. We also have to be careful about not allowing blows around the knees.”

12. Missouri coach Gary Pinkel on the new rule that would allow officials to eject players who target and hit defenseless players above the shoulders. “I’m all for it…We gotta protect kids.”

13. Alabama A.D. Bill Battle on the challenges of selecting four teams for college football’s playoff.  ”The fourth team is going to be the challenge, deciding between the fourth, fifth and sixth for who should be the fourth.”

14. Who will serve on the playoff committee? Florida A.D. Jeremy Foley:  ”People who are willing to put the time in. This will be to me a very labor-intensive exercise.” Deadline to select nominees is Friday.

15. Dennis Dodd on Nick Saban: “It’s been open season on the best coach in the game this year which only reinforces … that he is the best coach in the game.”

16. The age of social media has coaches more aware of what they say – even it’s just a joke.  Georgia coach Mark Richt: ”I think it’s sad that you can’t go to your whatever clubs and just have a little fun and get everybody to get a good laugh.”

17. Did Spurrier get the memo?  “They (Georgia)  were close to winning it all and got clobbered at our place.”

SEC Network

18. Mark Bradley: “You didn’t think the SEC Network would come without a cost, did you?”

19. SEC Network programming ideas – what about late night with Les? “LSU coach Les Miles waxes rhapsodic on the news of the day, then sits down with celebrity guests to discuss their latest projects.”

20. Will the SEC try to muzzle Paul Finebaum or his callers?  Mike Slive: ”I have a whole year to think about that. I don’t have to worry about that now.” The MrSEC view.

21. How will the SEC Network cover recruiting?  ”It’s going to be big, but we have to be careful on it, too.”

SEC Basketball

22. The idea of a stronger non-conference schedule is starting to sink in among SEC coaches.  Anthony Grant: “This is really helpful, these meetings here this week… in terms of what we need to do to improve the perception and the results at the end of the day for our league.”

23. Auburn has submitted its 2013-2014 schedule to the league office to review.  A.D. Jay Jacobs: ”We submitted ours for next year, and I asked them in there today, they told me they’re going to get back to me pretty quickly.”

24. Florida hopes to find out in the next few weeks if star recruit Chris Walker will be eligible.

25. Why did Devon Walker decide to leave Florida only to change his mind a week later? Coach Billy Donovan: ”I think for him you’re having to answer to so many people, your family, your friends and am I in the right situation and you start to doubt and worry.”

26. This mock draft has both Nerlens Noel and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope going to Cleveland.

Extras

27. Former Tennessee volleyball player on the backlash at Rutgers over the hiring of Julie Hermann: “This reflects worse on Rutgers than it does on Julie.”

28. Rutgers paid a firm $70,00 to do the background check on Hermann.

29. Are Memphis Grizzlies fans overly tense because of the Martin Luther King assassination?

30. Hey college athlete – don’t even think about washing your car with university water.  

31. The Bill Parcells’ coaching tree includes a few SEC names.

32. The evolving media world – Chicago Sun-Times lays off entire photo staff.  Reporters will be shooting with their phones.

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Wow Headlines 5/30/2013

Vanderbilt considering expanding football stadium to about 50,000 capacity
Auburn freshman quarterback Jeremy Johnson also considering playing basketball for the Tigers
Arkansas has finalized a home-and-home series with Texas Tech starting in 2014
SEC considering league-wide substance abuse policy
Alabama coach Nick Saban and Florida assistant Tim Davis haven’t spoken since Davis referred to Saban as “the devil himself”
Deadline to select nominees for college football playoff committee is Friday
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier honored as “great Floridian” on Thursday
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