SEC Football: Wednesday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent ISeptember 29, 2010

LOUISVILLE, KY - SEPTEMBER 04: Joker Phillips the Head Coach of the Kentucky Wildcats gives instructions to his team during the game against the Louisville Cardinals at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium on September 4, 2010 in Louisville, Kentucky.  (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
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Alabama quarterback Greg McElroy is dealing with a painful foot injury. Let's hope it's not used as an excuse during the Crimson Tide’s matchup with Florida this weekend.

Last weekend’s game between Arkansas and Alabama drew the highest afternoon CBS ratings in seven years.

Amidst Auburn’s nice little run so far this year, at least one player is concerned about who gets the ball on offense. (This always seems to pop up amongst teams that are performing a team.)

After getting bashed on the ground in last year’s SEC title game against Alabama, Florida altered its defense to protect against the run. They will get to showcase said defense against the Crimson Tide this weekend in Tuscaloosa.

Georgia wide receiver A.J. Green talked about his recently ended suspension for the first time.

Joker Phillips truly believes Kentucky has a potential NFL draft pick playing wide receiver for his team right now.

Les Miles had some pretty strong words for Louisiana State fans after the Tigers’ win over West Virginia.

You can read about Mississippi running back Brandon Bolden’s running philosophy HERE. It definitely works, seeing as he recorded the sixth-most rushing yards in a single game last weekend in Ole Miss history.

After an extremely tough schedule to start the year, Mississippi State will take on Alcorn State this weekend in hopes of going over .500 for the first time since Week 1.

It was initially believed that South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier would make a change from his current quarterback, Stephen Garcia. Spurrier has since made up his mind on that matter.

It is very possible that Gerald Jones, Tennessee’s most experienced wide receiver, could play this weekend against LSU.

Vanderbilt will have four healthy running backs for this weekend’s stint with Connecticut.