SEC Football: Thursday Morning One-Liners

Sean Martin@SaturdaysGameCorrespondent IOctober 14, 2010

Julio Jones is practicing--even catching passes--but the Alabama wide receiver’s status is still uncertain.

Arkansas will have its hands full when the Razorbacks take on No. 7 Auburn.

Speaking of Auburn, the Tigers are one ranked team that sports a running quarterback. Check out the other three that combine for a 22-1 record thus far on the year.

Urban Meyer told media members that Florida running back Jeff Demps has been listed as probable for this Saturday’s game.

To keep with the SEC-mascot theme, Georgia has made the decision to debut the newest line of Uga [roman numeral] this weekend against Vanderbilt.

Kentucky stud running back Derrick Locke will be a game-time decision Saturday.

Wide receiver Terrence Toliver overcame a series of drops in big games to aid Louisiana State in defeating Florida this year.

Find out why one Mississippi is awfully contagious HERE.

Right now Gator nation is probably missing current Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen.

South Carolina wide receiver Ashlon Jefferysingle-handedly changed the course of the BCS national championship race.”

A near-win against LSU had Tennessee fans feeling good. But a shocking and crushing loss to Georgia nearly killed all momentum.

Vanderbilt is happy now that it has its top linebacker back.

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