SEC Football: Tuesday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent ISeptember 14, 2010

ATLANTA - SEPTEMBER 04:  Quarterback Jordan Jefferson #9 of the LSU Tigers is tripped up by Donte Paige-Moss #98 of the North Carolina Tar Heels during the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game at Georgia Dome on September 4, 2010 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

Despite still being considered day-to-day, Alabama running back Mark Ingram returned to practice yesterday.

For this weekend’s match up with Georgia, No. 12 Arkansas will be without its all-time leading kick returner, Dennis Johnson, who is also the Razorbacks’ second-leading rusher.

Here is a great look at Auburn’s defensive line and how well they have played thus far.

Those Florida Gators…they cannot stay out of trouble for too long.

Former Florida State head coach Bobby Bowden praises Georgia head coach Mark Richt for doing a great job trying—and succeeding—in keeping his players out of trouble.

Kentucky is to take on the Akron Zips this weekend…a squad that did not score a touchdown against Syracuse, and just this past weekend lost to a Football Championship Subdivision school in Gardner-Webb.

Head coach Les Miles might be pulling starting quarterback Jordan Jefferson off the stage at No. 15 Louisiana State.

Former Mississippi star Dexter McCluster set Kansas City Chiefs history last night in his first game with the NFL team.

Mississippi State will get a shot to beat No. 15 LSU this weekend, a team they nearly took down just a year ago.

With Alabama’s Trent Richardson taking a portion of the SEC Offensive Player of the Week award, one South Carolina running back took the other.

Former Volunteers head coach Phillip Fulmer has expressed his concern for the Tennessee football program rather clearly.

We knew Vanderbilt would want to run the ball with Warren Norman, but we did not think their passing game would vanish completely.