September, 22, 2011
By Edward Aschoff | ESPN.com
We're making the rounds in the SEC before another big weekend on the football field.
- Mississippi State backup linebacker Chris Hughes was arrested on Aug. 31 and charged with two counts of misdemeanor domestic violence in his hometown of Mobile.
- Victims and witnesses testify in the case involving LSU players. Jordan Jefferson is expected to testify in his defense next week.
- Vanderbilt backup quarterback Jordan Rogers feels more confident in the offense after his recent playing time and is ready to see the field more if called upon.
- Conference realignment could hurt prominent SEC rivalries.
- Defensive tackle Angelo Blackson and cornerback Jermaine Whitehead are looking for more snaps on Auburn's defense.
- Derek Dooley says Tennessee's offensive line can and will play better from here on out.
- Continuity has South Carolina's offensive line playing well this season.
- For Ole Miss, the defense needs much more help from the offense.
- Kentucky's Rick Minter and Florida's Charlie Weis both say that history won't factor into Saturday's game between Florida and Kentucky.
- Georgia's defense has been applying pressure on opposing quarterbacks, but the Dawgs need more production in the sack department.
- Florida defensive tackle Dominique Easley is "dancing" his way to a good start to his second season.
- Arkansas' wide receivers are very confident heading into their matchup with Alabama's defensive backs.
- Alabama's wide receivers feel like they're a cohesive unit heading into the Arkansas game.
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