SEC Football: Monday Morning One-Liners

Sean Martin@SaturdaysGameCorrespondent ISeptember 27, 2010

BATON ROUGE, LA - SEPTEMBER 25:  Patrick Peterson #7 of the Louisiana State Univeristy Tigers runs for a touchdown against the West Virginia Mountaineers at Tiger Stadium on September 25, 2010 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
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A second-half rally was needed for No. 1 Alabama to overcome No. 10 Arkansas on Saturday.

Arkansas might have lost to No. 1 Alabama on the field, but they did not lose in the polls, nor did they lose in the eyes of nearly everyone in the nation. The Razorbacks can play some football.

With a 14-point fourth quarter, Auburn stormed back to beat No. 12 South Carolina on Saturday.

Who became the first person to score six touchdowns in a Southeastern Conference game since Auburn’s Cadillac Williams?

Second-hand smoking is real. One Georgia player believes second-hand drinking is real as well.

Kentucky head coach Joker Phillips used two words to describe his teams’ tackling on Saturday against Florida: Horrendous and comical.

It’s always a great feeling when you can score on special teams, so Louisiana State’s Patrick Peterson really made some people happy when he also blocked a punt.

Battling ligament damage in his knee, Mississippi’s Kentrell Lockett will ultimately be sidelined for the remainder of the season.

Mississippi State pulled off a big win over Georgia this past weekend.

Steve Spurrier benched South Carolina quarterback Stephen Garcia for freshman Connor Shaw because Garcia fumbled twice. Shaw ended two fourth quarter Gamecock drives with interceptions. Good coaching, Steve.

One game that flew under the radar: Tennessee nearly losing to Alabama-Birmingham.

Here is a look into former Vanderbilt head coach Bobby Johnson’s current way of life.