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Monday, April 7, 2014
SEC's lunch links
By Jeff Barlis
80 fires put out and 21 arrests in Lexington
on Saturday night after Kentucky defeated Wisconsin to reach
Monday night's college basketball national championship game
. Whatever happened to "Act like you've been there before?"
Ole Miss is
feeling good after wrapping up its spring
with the Grove Bowl on Saturday.
LSU's quarterback situation is more murky
after Saturday's spring game. Linebacker
Deion Jones and tight end DeSean Smith had standout performances
. In other news about the Tigers,
the SEC Network has added former LSU defensive linemen
Marcus Spears and Booger McFarland as studio analysts.
Texas A&M sophomore receiver
Ricky Seals-Jones was arrested early on Sunday morning
for disorderly conduct.
first full scrimmage on Saturday
, running backs Russell Hansbrough (shoulder) and Marcus Murphy (ankle) were hurt, opening the door for Morgan Steward to put on a show.
Nick Saban was pleased with Alabama's
first scrimmage on Saturday
. The Tide have reached the halfway point of their spring session.
Five story lines have taken center stage
players have emerged as well
South Carolina RB
Mike Davis says he measures himself against the SEC's top backs
. Tight end Rory Anderson will miss the rest of spring ball after
tearing his triceps in Saturday's scrimmage
Mississippi State QB Dak Prescott
starred in Saturday's scrimmage
Auburn is still sorting out its offensive line, as
Avery Young moves from right tackle
to right guard and
Patrick Miller rotates at left and right tackle
Georgia's offense outshined the defense
in Saturday's scrimmage. Running back
Todd Gurley was the standout of the day
Brandon Allen was sharp in Arkansas' first scrimmage
inside Razorback Stadium on Saturday.
Tennessee quarterbacks have been inconsistent
this spring with no leader emerging from the pack. The Vols
defense stepped up in Saturday's scrimmage
Florida punter Johnny Townsend will
miss the rest of spring after surgery on his wrist
A mural of Vanderbilt coach Derek Mason's face will be redone
after complaints and a petition started by the school's NAACP chapter.