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Covering Dixie: Mark Richt, Aaron Murray, Johnny Manziel, and more.

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Covering Dixie: Mark Richt, Aaron Murray, Johnny Manziel, and more.

The Blindsided. 
Georgia head coach Mark Richt claims that neither he nor Bulldog defensive coordinator Todd Grantham didn't expect Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall to throw deep for what resulted in the game winning touchdown in last Saturday's Auburn victory over Georgia. (ESPN)

It Wasn't Me. 
Georgia starting quarterback Aaron Murray denies trying to lobby for the Dawgs to don black jerseys for Seniors Night and his last game at Stanford Stadium. (The Athens Banner-Herald)

Obligatory Johnny Manziel item of the day. 
Former Texas A&M head coach Jackie Sherrill discussed Aggie starting QB Johnny Manziel on The Tim Brando Show. (The Dallas Morning News)

Clowney and Davis miss practice. 
South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney missed practice on Tuesday due to complications from aggravating bone spurs in his right foot. Gamecock running back Mike Davis also missed practice due to an ankle injury. (AP/ESPN)

Kickstart My Heart.
Michael Casagrande profiles Alabama punter Cody Mandell. (

He's just not that into you.
Arkansas redshirt sophomore defensive back Ray Buchanan Jr. plans to transfer to another school after the end of the season. His father is former NFL safety Ray Buchanan. (Arkansas Fight)

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