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SEC football in the news

Two weeks have come and gone in the SEC, and teams are making headlines -- good and bad.

What's happening this week:

Alabama

Junior all-purpose-back Jalston Fowler will undergo season-ending knee surgery after being injured in the win over Western Kentucky.{} Click here to read more.

Through two games, the Alabama defense has racked up the turnovers, recovering three fumbles and intercepting four passes.{} Click here to read more.

The Million Dollar Band is approaching its 100th anniversary and will celebrate with a concert on September 21.{} Click here to read more.

Auburn

Gene Chizik says his team is "manning up" after beginning the season 0-2.{} Click here to read more.

Auburn is standing by their struggling quarterback Keihl Frazier.{} Frazier committed five turnovers in the loss to Mississippi State last Saturday.{} Click here to read more.

Chizik declined to comment on reports that the NCAA is looking into the Tigers' recruitment of running back Jovon Robinson.{} Click here to read more.

Arkansas

Arkansas coach John L. Smith is doing his best to move forward following a devastating loss to Louisiana-Monroe.{} Click here to read more.

Quarterback Tyler Wilson's status for the game against Alabama is uncertain after reportedly suffering a concussion against La.-Monroe last week.{} Click here to read more.

Georgia

Two suspended players on defense will be back on the field for the Bulldogs' game against Florida this Saturday.{} Click here to read more.

Mississippi State

New starting quarterback Tyler Russell is much more adept in the passing game than Bulldog quarterbacks of the past.{} Click here to read more.

A Tennessee high school football coach said he witnessed a booster give a recruit around $200 in cash.{} Click here to read more.

Ole Miss

The SEC has suspended defensive back Trae Elston for the Rebels' upcoming home game against Texas because of a hit in last weekend's win over UTEP.{} Click here to read more.

South Carolina

Head coach Steve Spurrier will go for his 200th career victory at the college level on Saturday when the Gamecocks host UAB.{} Click here to read more.

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