SEC Headlines 11/10/2012

Arkansas at South Carolina

1. Razorbacks have won three straight against the Gamecocks -all by double-digits.

2. Safety D.J. Swearinger may move to cornerback for South Carolina today – producing a domino effect of position changes.

Missouri at Tennessee

3. Mizzou will face a Tennessee defense under the control of Derek Dooley.

4. The Vols have one thing the Tigers envy; an explosive offense.

Louisiana-Lafayette at Florida

5. The only time a 7-1 Florida team didn’t make the SEC championship game was 1998.

6. The Ragin’ Cajuns want to be known as simply Louisiana.

Texas A&M at Alabama

7. Nick Saban wants Alabama fans to cheer loudly when the Aggies are on offense.  Texas A&M draws opponents offside an average of four times a game.

8. Today wraps up a stretch of five of six games on the road for A&M.

Georgia at Auburn

9. Georgia can clinch the SEC East unless Auburn can play the role of spoiler.

10. Since 1933, this game has decided the fate of a conference or division winner 20 times.

Mississippi State at LSU

11. If you can’t get excited about a matchup between two 7-2 teams: “You must not love football.”

12. Bulldogs offense struggling – only 13 points from first-team unit in last two games.

Vanderbilt at Ole Miss

13. Liberty Bowl or Music City Bowl a possibility for either school with a victory – but Vanderbilt has bigger bowl game aspirations.

14. Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace: “I think it (becoming bowl-eligible) is everything,”

SEC Basketball

15. Georgia 68- Jacksonville 62. Coach Mark Fox: “It was just kind of an ugly game.”

16. Tennessee 76- Kennessaw State 67.  Volunteers led by as many as 27 points.

17. Troy 56 - Mississippi State 53.  Bucket with 1.6 seconds left beats MSU in Rick Ray’s debut as Bulldogs coach.

18. Arkansas 73- Sam Houston 68.  Razorbacks struggle without suspended guard BJ Young.

19. LSU 77- UC Santa Barbara 63. Tigers up-tempo style produces 16 steals and 23 turnovers.

20. Auburn 61- IPFW 50.  Tigers gets 26 points from Frankie Sullivan.

21. Kentucky 72 – Maryland 69.  Up by 15 early in the second half, Kentucky hangs on to win in Brooklyn. From walk-on to difference-maker for Jarrod Polson.



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