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Chris Culliver Out For South Carolina
Defensive back Chris Culliver is out for the South Carolina Gamecocks this weekend against Arkansas. Culliver suffered a torn pectoral muscle in the Tennessee game this past Saturday. Steve Spurrier said he will be “out for a while”. This is not good news to an already struggling Gamecock defensive secondary. …
Published October 31, 2010 - 6:51pm
Five Rushers In SEC Over 100 Yards Saturday
There were five runners that eclipsed the 100-yard rushing mark Saturday in the SEC. Four of them are freshman – Marcus Lattimore, Michael Dyer, Jeff Scott and Trey Burton. The fifth rusher was Vick Ballard – a Junior College transfer. Big day for the freshman runners this past Saturday. The …
Published October 31, 2010 - 6:44pm
Georgia Wide Receiver Kris Durham Hurt
Georgia wide receiver Kris Durham suffered a bruised lung during the game against Florida this weekend on a hit by Florida safety Will Hill. Durham had three catches for 41 yards. He was reportedly coughing up blood during the game. He is a tough kid to come back and play …
Published October 31, 2010 - 6:40pm
Tennessee’s Jacques Smith Arrested
Tennessee freshman defensive end stud Jacques Smith was issued a warrant for his arrest today and was charged with simple assault. He turned himself in, and he was later released. Smith had an altercation with another man over a female at an establishment on Cumberland Avenue last night, but he …
Published October 31, 2010 - 6:30pm
Gators Rebound, Get Usual Win In Jacksonville
This year’s rivalry matchup between Florida and Georgia lacked some of the hype due to both teams being unranked but the game itself delivered a great finish and a memorable game for both fans. Unfortunately, one team had to go home the loser, and as it has been far too …
Published October 31, 2010 - 2:09pm
Arkansas Rolls Over Vanderbilt
The Arkansas Razorbacks hammered the Vanderbilt Commodores Saturday night in Fayetteville. Ryan Mallett had a career night and spread the ball around beautifully. Vanderbilt shut it down after the first quarter.
Published October 31, 2010 - 9:52am
Mississippi State Extends Winning Streak Against Kentucky
The Mississippi State Bulldogs kept their five-game winning streak alive with a win over the Kentucky Wildcats Saturday night in Starkville. The Bulldogs stuck with their game plan, the running game, and Kentucky turned the ball over four times. The Wildcats still had a shot late in the game, but could not capitalize.
Published October 31, 2010 - 9:50am
Recapping The Week 9 SEC Action
No major upsets this week in the SEC, but plenty of excitement indeed. Ten teams, five games, no out-of-conference matchups made this an important week in SEC play. Let’s recap what went down today on this Week 9 Saturday… First up, the SEC East matchup of Tennessee vs South Carolina. …
Published October 30, 2010 - 10:45pm
Gamecocks Take Advantage Of Turnovers; Beat Tennessee
South Carolina beat Tennessee in Columbia on Saturday. The Gamecocks still control their own destiny in the SEC Eastern division. Tennessee still remains winless in the SEC. Tennessee turnovers were costly in this one, and South Carolina took full advantage.
Published October 30, 2010 - 5:35pm
GameDay Question: What If Richt Doesn’t Beat The Gators Today?
Mark Richt is 2-7 against Florida in the last 9 seasons as the Georgia coach. The Gators are down right now, and Richt needs to win today. While it’s not exactly a lopsided matchup, Georgia comes into the game with momentum, and the Gators don’t. However, the Gators typically play …
Published October 30, 2010 - 11:24am