SEC: Big matchups and Katherine Webb’s commercial


Zach Mettenberger and Aaron Murray when they were together at Georgia.

SEC sentences and links for Saturday:

  • “Zach Mettenberger and Aaron Murray arrived at Georgia at the same time with the same goal — to be their team’s starting quarterback and guide it in games with championship implications.” [The Advocate]
  • “Zach Mettenberger finally gets to play quarterback at Georgia Saturday.” [Shreveport Times]
  • “It’s just another big game today for Georgia against LSU.” [Columbus Ledger-Enquirer]
  • “Beat sixth-ranked LSU, and it’s full speed ahead for Georgia’s national title hopes.” [Macon Telegraph]
  • “Considering Tennessee lost its last two games by a combined 49 points, South Alabama hears opportunity knocking.” [Birmingham News]
  • “Alabama’s offense stunk against Virginia Tech, its defense got rolled at Texas A&M and the team lacked energy and effort in last week’s home opener against Colorado State.” [Montgomery Advertiser]
  • “When Texas A&M rolled up more than 600 yards of offense and scored 42 points – even in a losing effort – the comparisons were inevitable. Can Ole Miss do the same thing and upset No. 1 Alabama?” [NE Mississippi Daily Journal]
  • “South Carolina is about to enter a game that is unquestionably more important for its opponent.” [Charleston Post and Courier]
  • “Arkansas defensive coordinator Chris Ash has put together plenty of plans to combat talented quarterbacks throughout his coaching career. But he’s never seen anything like Johnny Manziel.” [Arkansas News]
  • “Against Indiana last week, Missouri’s balanced attack moved the ball at will, producing 623 yards of offense, its highest output against an FBS opponent since 2008.” [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]
  • “By the numbers: 69.4 and 71.4 – The first number is Vanderbilt’s completion percentage allowed. The second is UAB’s completion percentage allowed. Vandy ranks No. 118 and UAB ranks No. 122.” [Birmingham News]
  • Katherine Webb is in a new commercial. [Ledger-Enquirer]

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