SEC Headlines 10/3/2012
1. LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger: “If I can just be half the quarterback that Jarrett Lee was last year for this team and really lead us like he did, I’d be happy,”
2. Matt Hayes: “You have no one to blame but yourself, LSU.”
3. The many changes for the Tigers “In all, 15 players have been injured, suspended, dismissed, ruled academically ineligible or transferred.”
4. Accentuating the positives at Arkansas. Could the Razorbacks be 5-4 heading into their November 10th game against South Carolina?
5. Kevin Scarbinsky: “Truth is, there’s a thin line between Auburn and Arkansas at the moment,…”
6. When it comes to the Razorbacks and Tigers – which team is most likely to turn it around?
7. Gene Chizik on his wide receivers: “They’ve got to grow up, they’ve got to step up and they’ve got to play better. It’s that simple.”
8. Texas A&M has won their last three games by an average of 50 points. Is Kevin Sumlin upset his 3-1 Aggies aren’t ranked? “It doesn’t really matter where you are (ranked), unless it’s the end of the year.”
9. The Aggies scored 58 points against Arkansas but offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury says there’s room for improvement: “We have to get better in the Red Zone.”
10. Parrish Alford on Ole Miss: “Warm fuzzies, though, don’t have a very long shelf life, and this one is about to expire.”
11. With four interceptions, Mississippi State cornerback Darius Slay is tied for second in the country.
12. Off week at Alabama means the Crimson Tide look ahead. Nick Saban: “We worked on two different teams today.”
13. What Steve Spurrier can learn from Mark Richt.
14. When Georgia plays at South Carolina, the offense traditionally struggles – average of just 14 points in last eight visits, haven’t topped 20 since 1994.
15. NFL general manager on Georgia linebacker Jarvis Jones: “He’s going to be a top-round talent, no question.” Jones and the rest of the Bulldogs defense focused on Marcus Lattimore.
16. Steve Spurrier on his offensive line: “We’re not dominating as we hope we can.”
17. Mizzou’s offensive line played better against South Carolina than it did Central Florida. Co-offensive line coach Josh Henson: “It frustrated the heck out of me.”
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