SEC Football: Monday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent ISeptember 20, 2010

NEW ORLEANS - SEPTEMBER 11:  Head coach Houston Nutt of the Ole Miss Rebels watches a play from the sidelines during the game against the Tulane Green Wave at the Louisiana Superdome on September 11, 2010 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
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Alabama running back Mark Ingram needed three carries to break 100 yards rushing in Saturday’s game against Duke.

If anyone from the SEC raised his draft stock this past Saturday, it was certainly Arkansas’ Ryan Mallett.

Auburn barely escaped with a home win against their Tiger counterparts, Clemson.

Florida head coach Urban Meyer on his team’s road win over Tennessee on Saturday: "I'm very proud of our guys to come on the road and win in the SEC. That's something we'll never take for granted."

Georgia surrendered three passing touchdowns to Arkansas, all of them coming on blown coverage.

A former track star, Kentucky’s Derrick Locke is showing people he is a bruising running back as well.

Louisiana State’s defense is looking really good right now.

Mississippi head coach Houston Nutt wants his quarterback Jeremiah Masoli to “take a little more caution.”

Head coach Dan Mullen on Mississippi State’s performance against LSU: “We’ll be out on the practice field tomorrow.”

The SEC has six teams in the top 15 of the AP poll, with South Carolina coming in at No. 12.

If it wants to beat teams like Florida, Tennessee will absolutely need to limit turnovers.

Vanderbilt ended its 10-game SEC losing streak by handing Ole Miss its second embarrassing loss of the season. Karma is sweet, is it not, Masoli?