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AROUND THE SEC: Former 'Cane Warren Sapp hating on UF coach Urban Meyer

GAINESVILLE -- Plenty of news around the Southeastern Conference this week. In a related topic, the Miami Hurricanes have officially traded in their Army fatigues for handkerchiefs.

--Tennessee running back Arian Foster doesn't have a fumbling problem, says Tennessee coach Phil Fulmer. Foster has a ball security problem.

--Could embattled South Carolina quarterback Stephen Garcia play against Georgia this weekend? It seems like a possibility, according to Joe Person of The State.

--Warren Sapp called Florida coach Urban Meyer a "classless dirtbag" on Tuesday during a media conference call for Showtime's Inside the NFL.

--Ole Miss is still sulking after its loss to Wake Forest.

--Arkansas' special teams needs work after the Hogs' 28-27 win against Louisiana-Monroe.

--Injured Alabama O-line star Andre Smith is ready to return.

--Auburn's new offense is still influx. Tigers quarterback Chris Todd, the transfer from Texas Tech, will start on Saturday's game against Mississippi State.

--Kentucky offensive coordinator Joker Phillips says Wildcats quarterback Mike Hartline will start on Saturday against Middle Tennessee State. Kentucky coach Rich Brooks isn't too sure.

--LSU is staying home. With Hurricane Ike drifting south towards Texas, school officials have decided not to move LSU's home game against North Texas on Saturday night.





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