SEC Tweets of the Week: Offseason Weight Training and MMA Edition
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Every Friday on the SEC Blog, we will feature the tweets of the week from SEC players, coaches and media personalities.
Last week, it was Arkansas running back Knile Davis impressing the Twitter world by squatting 600 pounds. Feeling left out, Alabama defensive tackle Jesse Williams jumped in the max-out mix by bench pressing 600 pounds on Thursday, according to Crimson Tide deep snapper Carson Tinker.
I saw @ThaMonstar dominate 600 lbs on the bench this morning... Incredible— Carson Tinker (@carsontink) July 26, 2012
Before maxing out at 600, Williams gave an indication that he was headed for some big things in the weight room.
How I feel. twitter.com/ThaMonstar/sta…— Jesse Williams (@ThaMonstar) July 25, 2012
Georgia linebacker Jarvis Jones and safety Bacarri Rambo weren't maxing out at 600 pounds on the bench, but they were getting things accomplished during MMA training.
MMA training isn't against NCAA regulations, but apparently, talking about it is, according to Wes Rucker of GVX247.com.
NCAA won't let Tennessee call its MMA cage an MMA cage. Supposedly a "no combat" rule. So it's a "tumbling area."— Wes Rucker (@wesrucker247) July 27, 2012
"The first rule of Fight Club is: you do not talk about Fight Club. The second rule of Fight Club is: you DO NOT talk about Fight Club!"
Have a good weekend, SEC fans.
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