SEC Football: Wednesday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent IOctober 20, 2010

COLUMBIA, SC - OCTOBER 9: Running back Marcus Lattimore #21 of the South Carolina Gamecocks rushes upfield against the Alabama Crimson Tide October 9, 2010 at Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia, South Carolina.  (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)
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Heisman-winning Alabama running back Mark Ingram: “If that's what he says, then that’s what's right.”

Quarterback Ryan Mallett returned to practice yesterday and expects to start this Saturday for Arkansas against Ole Miss.

Auburn head coach Gene Chizik on his defense: “Here's what I like about our defense: They keep fighting. They're into the game.”

Nearly everyone has former Florida Gator and current Auburn Tiger quarterback Cam Newton as the Heisman frontrunner.

Georgia’s offense is noticeably different since A.J. Green’s return.

Joker Phillips, Kentucky’s head coach: “If you make a mistake, you better make a play, and he did.”

Louisiana State head coach Les Miles is making the claim that his Tigers’ offense will be more aggressive against Auburn.

Mississippi is preparing for Arkansas both with and without quarterback Ryan Mallett.

Mississippi State might possess the SEC’s best linebacker.

South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier admits that the SEC East is a tossup this year.

Tennessee’s Tauren Poole hopes to become the first player since BenJarvus Green-Ellis, now a New England Patriot, to run for 100 yards on Alabama’s defense.

There is a chance that Vanderbilt might not see Marcus Lattimore this weekend.