SEC Football: Wednesday Morning One-Liners

Sean Martin@SaturdaysGameCorrespondent ISeptember 22, 2010

AUBURN, AL - SEPTEMBER 18:  Head coach Gene Chizik of the Auburn Tigers leads his team onto the field to face the Clemson Tigers at Jordan-Hare Stadium on September 18, 2010 in Auburn, Alabama.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

A few Alabama players, including quarterback Greg McElroy, visited a hospice to spend some time with a few Crimson Tide fans.

One AOL FanHouse writer described Arkansas head coach Bobby Petrino as possessing “a sociopathic lack of loyalty and forthrightness.” That’s what you get when you have 10 coaching jobs in 20 years, I guess.

“You don’t want to go in that Auburn store? I don’t blame you.”

Despite running nearly 75 percent of the time, Auburn head coach Gene Chizik’s main concern with his team is the offensive line’s physicality.

Florida head coach Urban Meyer has a brief history of health issues. He opined on the Mark Dantonio story.

Right now it looks like even the return of star wide receiver A.J. Green would not help Georgia out as much as they need.

Who from Kentucky’s sideline does Urban Meyer refer to as a dynamic player?

Louisiana State’s Russell Shepard lamented two missed catches during the Tigers’ latest game.

Mississippi is knocking very clearly on a door that leads directly to the SEC basement.

Both Mississippi State and Georgia are 0-2 in SEC play and looking to right their respective ships.

Since former South Carolina player Kenny McKinley has passed away, head coach Steve Spurrier has announced that counselors are available to his team members.

There is a chance that Tennessee could be starting three freshman offensive linemen come game time against UAB this week.

Vanderbilt is spending a lot of time this week correcting its passing game.