SEC Football: Wednesday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent IOctober 6, 2010

COLUMBIA, SC - SEPTEMBER 11: Head coach Mark Richt of the Georgia Bulldogs speaks with quarterback Aaron Murray #11 during the game against the South Carolina Gamecocks at Williams-Brice Stadium on September 11, 2010 in Columbia, South Carolina. The Gamecocks beat the Bulldogs 17-6. (Photo by Mike Zarrilli/Getty Images)
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Julio Jones will be day-to-day for Alabama after bruising his knee against Florida. The Crimson Tide play next at No. 19 South Carolina at 3:30 ET.

Here is an interesting point about Arkansas: “In both contests the lack of an effective run game to melt the clock helped both opponents overcome double-digit second half deficits.”

Here is a good look at Auburn’s quarterback depth.

Steve Addazio, No. 14 Florida’s offensive line coach, sees no issue with center Mike Pouncey’s snaps. That makes one of us.

If you like or love speculation, you can check out this little article on Georgia’s A.J. Green pondering his NFL options.

As for Green’s teammates, head coach Mark Richt had them all in full pads on Monday—something he has never done in his 20 years of coaching.

Kentucky head coach Joker Phillips was questioned for putting Danny Trevathan on his onside kicking squad despite Trevathan’s hand-covering cast.

Les Miles said he will take the blame for Louisiana State’s near-loss last Saturday against Tennessee. How many times is this going to happen?

The voting for Mississippi’s new mascot started today at 8:00 AM. You can click HERE to see the three finalists, which unfortunately do not include Admiral Ackbar.


At the very least Mississippi State will be without one of its starting tight ends this Saturday against Houston.

With one more conference win, South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier will move into sole possession of second place on the all-time list behind legendary coach Paul Bryant.

Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley received indirect career advice from retired four-star general Colin Powell.

Vanderbilt’s Adam Smotherman may start this weekend after suffering a torn ACL last spring.