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Covering Dixie Like Mildew - All your Crystal Football are belong to us.  Heirs to the throne. Andrew Gribble looks at the young Alabama backup quarterbacks looking to someday succeed senior Crimson Tide QB A.J. McCarron. (al.com) Gator injury report.  Florida freshman linebacker Alex Anzalone will miss the rest of the spring practice due to an injury to his right shoulder. (Alligator Army) Under Pressure? Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo talks about his recent contract extension, and claims he feels no added pressure to suceed. (The Athens Banner-Herald) Offensive line time.  Billy Gomila looks at LSU's offensive line. (And the Valley Shook) Those were the days, my friend. We thought they never end. Good Bull Hunting looks at 2012: The Season, which reviews Texas A&M's amazing first season in the SEC. Obviously, there are going to be more than a few Johnny Manziel highlights in this one. Recruiting Florida recruiting news. Louis...
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