- David Ching, ESPN Staff Writer
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Check out some of today's headlines from around the SEC.
• Texas A&M president R. Bowen Loftin committed an 'inadvertent secondary NCAA infraction' for tweeting at a recruit.
• South Carolina's Steve Spurrier said he's unsure whether the Gamecocks can fix their fourth-quarter defensive woes.
• Coming off a big win at Vanderbilt, Missouri has a chance to shake up the SEC East race.
• A strong second half against Mississippi State helped LSU's shaky defense gain confidence.
• Georgia has been exceptional in its ability to overcome adversity.
• Auburn is closing in on bowl eligibility, but the Tigers want more.
• Alabama game closes out Kentucky's string of four consecutive top-20 opponents.
• Arkansas tries to keep spirits high after losses.
• Fourth-quarter troubles dog Mississippi State.
• Ole Miss leads the nation in fourth-down attempts, thanks to Hugh Freeze's aggressive nature.
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