SEC Football: Wednesday Morning One-Liners

Sean Martin@SaturdaysGameCorrespondent ISeptember 15, 2010

BATON ROUGE, LA - NOVEMBER 28:  Quarterback Ryan Mallett #15 of the Arkansas Razorbacks talks with his team during a time out against the LSU Tigers at Tiger Stadium on November 28, 2009 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  The Tigers defeated the Razorbacks 33-30 in overtime.  (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
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Here are some more remarks on the incredible talent that is Alabama’s Trent Richardson.

According to several Arkansas coaches, the Razorbacks have been extremely focused in practice this week heading into their SEC opener at Georgia. Maybe that’s because they are listed as underdogs?

Auburn fans can relax knowing that Lee Ziemba will be playing this weekend against Clemson.

With the recent arrest of wide receiver/specialist Chris Rainey, the Florida Gator arrest meter has been brought up again. During Urban Meyer’s tenure at Florida, he has accumulated 59 wins and 30 player arrests.

Mark Richt does not believe his offensive or defensive lines meet Georgia’s toughness standards.

So far this season, Kentucky quarterback Mike Hartline looks like a completely different person.

Louisiana State’s Drake Nevis is trying his best to replicate former Tiger Glenn Dorsey’s production.

Mississippi State thinks anything shy of a bowl game is considered a disappointment.

South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier knows having a good freshman running back is not enough to elevate you to a championship.

In their past 20 meetings, the team with more rushing yards has won between Tennessee and Florida.

Vanderbilt head coach Robbie Caldwell might have to make some significant adjustments to his offensive line in order to spark an ignition.