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MODEL: Lauren Rosado of Pontotoc MODEL: Keri McMillin of Tupelo THE OUTFIT: Red tunic dress with big leather belt, $39; brown legTHE OUTFIT: Ivory Ryu vintage lace dress, $48; tear drop gold gings, $10; quilted leather purse, $12, gold flower earrings, $4. hoops, $14. TOTAL: $65 TOTAL: $62 THE SCOOP: The rusty red is one of the hottest colors this fall. THE SCOOP: The vintage look goes from summer to fall with clasThe look can transition from early fall to winter by mixing and sic style and beautiful ivory color. matching layers. WHAT TO ADD FROM YOUR CLOSET: Wedges or heels and bangles WHAT TO ADD FROM YOUR CLOSET: Cowboy boots or wedges can for an uptown look or boots for girls’ night out. take the outfit to funky or elegant. Depending on personal preference and the weather, leggings can be swapped for colored skinny jeans.

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MODEL: Brooke Lindsey of Guntown THE OUTFIT: Printed leggings, $22; mustard tunic with peek-aboo sleeves, $26, purple camisole, $10; silver flower statement necklace, $7 TOTAL: $65 THE SCOOP: Bold printed pants are complemented by two of the season’s strongest colors. WHAT TO ADD FROM YOUR CLOSET: Chunky beaded bracelets add color to your wrists. You can’t go wrong with boots. If they have some fringe, so much the better.

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The Daily Journal challenged three Northeast Mississippi stores to put together must-have outfits for $65 or less. Pure Bliss in Pontotoc, Neveda’s on Main in Tupelo and Southern Charm in Baldwyn produced three fabulous, fashion-forward looks that won’t break the bank.



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Most men aren’t known for their bling, but there’s a subset out there who like extra flash. Or maybe not. Smith Thompson “For a gold chain, they might want it,” said Patti Thompson, owner of Way-Fil Whether they use the stopJewelry in Tupelo. “They just watch on it or not, they like don’t want to be too showy how it looks. Some people do about it.” use the stopwatch and all The vast majority of retail that,” she said. “There are a space at jewelry stores is ded- lot of men who have watch icated to women, but some obsessions. They want lots of space is set aside for guys. watches, and nice watches.” “We thought watches were Some men also appreciate going out because of cell rings, necklaces and phones,” Thompson said. bracelets. Stone’s has a new “They came back in a big way. line of Russell Simmons JewBy that, I mean, a lot of peoelry that features a variety of ple have been asking for large men’s jewelry crafted out of watches.” stainless steel. Treasa Smith, owner of “Every piece in the line has Stone’s Jewelry in Tupelo, said a small diamond set in it,” she women don’t mind buying said, “so that’s a nice touch.” cheap watches, but guys Thompson recently added often go for more quality. a line of wildlife jewelry that’s “Some like it simple and made in Mississippi and feasome like the chronographs. tures deer, catfish, raccoons

and other woodland designs. “They even make wedding bands with turkey tracks on them,” she said. “I’ve never seen his and her wedding bands with tracks on them before. That’s something not everybody will want, but for people who love the outdoors, it could be just right.” St. Christopher and St. Michael medals are regular sellers for men, and there’s always someone with Irish roots who’s interested in a ring with Celtic knots. “We’ll have young boys come in, 18 and 19 years old, and we’ll have older gentlemen in their 60s,” Thompson said. Men can spice things up with traditional items, like cufflinks, tie tacks and pocket watches. “And we sell a lot of crosses to men,” Smith said. “Now, we’re getting more silver than gold, but that makes sense with gold prices where they are.”


Spanx offers a wide variety of styles and colors of shapewear, so women can choose which areas to target. “The Higher Power Panties are the most popular,” Petty said. The Higher Power Panties smooth curves in the thighs and waist; the Super Higher Power Panties have a tighter hold. There are plenty more kinds of Spanx, such as the Skinny Britches capris that shape the thighs; the Slimplicity openbust full slip; the Slimplicity Booty-Booster, which enhances the bottom; and the On Top and In Control camisole,

which controls the back area. Spanx do not feature the uncomfortable boning that used to be the main selling point of shapewear of the past. They have no-band legs, so there are no lines where the shapewear ends. Spanx comes in a variety of sizes, Petty said, so customers can choose their best size by checking a chart that comes on the package.


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Picking the right shapewear completes any look TUPELO – Looking good on the outside is easy if you have a little help on the inside. Many women have a few problem areas they’d like to tame, like a few curves on the thighs, waist or back. In the past, the old-fashioned, painful girdles were a woman’s best friend. These days, women have many more options, in many more styles, colors and comfort levels. “We find out the exact areas they want to target – the thighs, midsection – and we pick something from there,” said Fitting Concepts owner Gina Petty. Women aren’t bound to one piece of shapewear that covers everything. There are styles that target just the midsection, thighs, back, or other areas, or a combination of them. Women also have more color choices, like black, brown and nude. Petty said women who wear white need to opt for a nude or brown shade that matches their skin. The best advice Petty has for anyone shopping for shapewear: Pick the right size. “If it’s not comfortable, it’s going to go in the drawer,” she said. “They really want to be pulled in, so they want a size lower than their original size. But it’ll be too tight to be effective.” Another tip: Pull your shapewear around your body evenly and all the way. If your shapewear meets your bra, pull it up to actually meet the bra. Many ladies pull the shapewear up to their waist, but for it to be effective – and so it won’t roll down and create more problems – it should be pulled all the way up, and pulled evenly. These days, the shapewear line Spanx is such a best-seller that it’s the only shapewear line sold by Fitting Concepts in Tupelo.






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LEIGH CAROL NEELY, top left, is bright and elegant in the red Trina Turk pants suit accented with a Shell Game animal print scarf, black accented Trina Turk jewelry and Vince Camuto black patent peep toe wedges. Outfit from Reed’s Department Store. | The North Face jackets and Polo jeans make for a clean and classic style for fall. Nine-year-old WESLEY PUTT, top right, who’s in the fourth grade at Mooreville, shows off this style from Reed’s. | JOSH COLLINS, bottom left, wears a sport coat by Samuelsohn with Robert Talbot shirt, Jack Victor slacks and a J.Z. Richard pocket square. All four items were provided by MLM Clothiers. | Fall colors like brown and orange mix with bright hues for a cute, fun, fall look for BRAELYN SHUMPERT, 4, bottom right, of Shannon. Her outfit is by LaJenns, and her shoes – which have a squeaky noise-maker in the soles – are by Itzy Bitzy. Sixyear-old AUSTIN MCSHAN models a classic boys look for fall, with a red E-Land sweater vest and shirt and pants by American Vintage by E-Land. Both outfits are from Silly Simpson’s in Tupelo. | Photos on 4-5E by C. Todd Sherman.

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pops of color to solid color tops. “A statement necklace will make every and any outfit,” Metts said. Classic pieces in your wardrobe can be embellished with a statement necklace or scarf or layered under a chunky sweater. “You can make a look totally different by changing pieces,” Simmons said. Purses are adding big blocks of color and texture to outfits, too. On your toes, boots and booties will go with nearly anything this fall, but they are anything but uniform. Cowboy boots, English riding boots, ankle booties and boots with fringe are all in the mix. “You need a pair of boots,” Metts said.


This fall isn’t for fading into the woodwork. Bright colors and bold accessories are making a statement. “It’s all about color and detail,” saidVirginia Metts, owners of Voe’s Boutique in Tupelo. “Even people who are more reserved will be throwing on color this fall.” The fashion scene isn’t ready to let go of the spring and summer’s bright colors. Corals, oranges, raspberries and bright red are lighting up the season. “It’s real funky and fun and kind of shocking,” said Phyllis Robinson, owner of Devilish Mary’s in Tupelo. Some of summer favorites, like yellow and aqua, are moving toward more fall-friendly hues of mustard and teal. Burgundy, cobalt blues and purples are rounding out the bright, bold colors for the season. “Jewel tones are huge as well,” said Amber Mooneyham, owner of The Snooty Owl in east Tupelo. Balancing those bold colors are some winter whites, creams and grays. “Graphite is the new neutral color,” Robinson said.



Colored skinny jeans are on the prowl this fall. Summer Mocaby, 18, of Baldwyn sports a red pair with a Blu Pepper animal print top with peek-a-boo sleeves. The outfit from Runway in New Albany is finished off with gold filigree earrings, beaded and gold necklace, Melie Bianco purse and Bamboo suede platform wedges.

pair of skinny jeans. “Don’t be scared of skinny,” said Keri Stout, owner of Runway in New Albany The key is to find a pair of BREAKING THE LAW jeans that fit your body, pair Some of the traditional fashthem with a longer top to add ion rules are out the window. balance and add wedges to creDesigners are definitely danc- ate more length. ing on the grave of the “NoWhite Because skinny jeans have beAfter Labor Day” rule.White, come a fashion staple, they are winter white and ivory are strong showing up in lines from classic for fall. Linens aren’t going up designers. anywhere, either. “If you know you’ve worn El“Don’t put away your white,” liott Lauren pants, you could Robinson said. “You can wear wear Elliott Lauren jeans,” said them year round.” Dale Simmons of Reed’s DepartColorblocking continues to ment Store in Tupelo. change the old rules about what goes together. Bright colors don’t BOLD BOTTOMS always have to be paired with a Pants are anything but shy and neutral. retiring this fall. Colored skinny “The good thing about color jeans and flowing palazzo pants blocking is that you don’t have to with bold patterns are two key match,” Stout said. looks for the season. You no longer have to be a “Colored skinnies are everyskinny, young thing to get into a where in every color,” Metts said.

The flowing palazzo pants range from extremely wide legs to more slender silhouettes in a variety of fabrics. “Some are really light-weight and some are stretchy,” Mooneyham said. Missoni prints, geometrics and other bold prints put the pants in the fashion spotlight. “These are pretty bold,” Stout said. With these bold looks on bottom, store owners suggest finishing off the outfit with a solid colored top and a statement necklace. Denim isn’t just for jeans this fall; it’s showing up in shirts and jackets, too. “Denim shirts are back,” said Krista Blanchard of Reed’s Department Store. They look great with bright skinny jeans or cords. Lots of jeans are also getting the special treatment – a wax coating that gives them an al-



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Fun and feminine, the flowing Free People dress worn by Courtney Nichols, 17, of Fulton is accented with a big braided leather belt. Fringed Lucky Brand boots add a playful touch and OsO bent wire earrings with seed pearls finish off the outfit from Reed’s Department Store in Tupelo.

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Building an outfit in layers is still going strong this fall. Bright silk shirts can be belted over a camisole or left flowing. Open-weave sweaters and light cardigans can be layered over camisoles right now and layered under blazers and heavier cardigans as the weather cools. “There’s less structure, more layering,” Simmons said. Not only is it high fashion, it’s very practical since Mississippi’s fall starts warm and ends cool. “You can take the dresses you are wearing now and transition them into fall,” with leggings and blazers, Stout said. Depending on the layers you choose, the effect can be formal or fun. “Our layering is more creative with fringe,” Simmons said. “It gives it a bohemian look.”


Nods to the ‘30s, ‘40s and ‘50s – especially “Mad Men”-inspired sophistication – are sprinkled through the season’s hottest looks. Peter Pan collars and lace details provide a softer contrast to the bold colors and prints. “We’re seeing lots of Peter Pan collars,” Blanchard said. The hi-lo hems and peplums – a flouncy skirt detail at the waist of tops and skirts – are continuing strong for the season. “With dresses, women’s waists are more emphasized,” Blanchard said. “It’s more tailored.”


Accessories aren’t just afterthoughts. Scarves, big bold necklaces and purses with texture and color are in the spotlight. The bubble necklace is particularly hot this fall for bringing in bright

Leather, lace, chiffon and velvet are adding a touchable trend to the season. “There’s lots of textures,” Blanchard said. Leather is popping up on its own and as a detail on sleeves, collars, pockets and pants. Designers are doing interesting things with leather to lighten it up, such as perforated leather. Leather fringe is everywhere. “Different pieces of your wardrobe can have leather touches,” Blanchard said. Velvet is back in the spotlight in tops and pants, as well as dresses. “It’s not necessarily dressy,” Robinson said. Not all the fabrics are traditionally fall and winter. “Chiffon is the big material,” Stout said. It’s lightweight and can be layered over and under, depending on the weather or occasion. Adding visual texture, Missoni, Aztec, tribal and geometric prints are out in full force. Animal prints are wild as ever. Python is slithering into the picture for fall. “You’ll see even more in the spring,” Blanchard said.

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ON THE COVER Geometrics like the Savannah Rae Missoni print worn by Cheyenne Walker, 18, bottom left, of Tupelo have all the angles covered this fall. The outfit from Voe’s Boutique in Tupelo is accented with Brittany Scott pearl loop earrings, Triple Play bracelets and sand Restricted platform wedges.


John Morris, bottom right, of Tupelo sports a Robert Graham striped shirt and jeans from Devilish Mary in Tupelo. Mix-and-match patterns have been in style for a few seasons in children’s clothing, and this Tara Collection outfit from Corner Shoe Store is one example. It’s modeled by MaryDale Tubb, 5, top, of Shannon. Special thanks to Kit Stafford for the use of The Gumtree Museum of Art for the 2012 Fall Fashion photo shoot.


Showcasing clothes from MLM Clothiers, Hank Hutto wears a Southern Tide quarter-zip pullover with Ballin flannel slacks and a Scott Barber sport shirt.

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have a total of 30 different patterns.” Reed’s has added lamb wool When it comes to the world suits that are lightweight for of fashion, guys have it easy the Southern climate. Rush and they know it. said the store also carries heav“We don’t have to change ier fabrics for men who need from year to year like women them. do,” said John Rush, men’s “Those are for a guy who’s manager at Reed’s in Tupelo. going to be out in the weather “Lord, men are lucky our styles for work,” he said, “or he’s don’t change like that.” going up north to work and As women hit the stores in needs something heavier.” search of the latest looks, men Buying a new shirt or pickare free to seek out items that ing out a colorful tie are easy appeal to them. Rather than ways to spice up a new suit or must-haves for the season, an old one. men’s stores offer a variety of “We’re switching to nothing clothing that can be added to but handmade neckwear,” this year’s wardrobe and still be Long said. “Our neckties are useful for years made in Italy to come. and the U.S., all “He’s able to by hand, just come get what beautiful fabhe wants,” Rush rics and patsaid. terns.” That’s not to Sports allesay there aren’t giances change changes in even less than men’s clothes. men’s fashion, For the past sevbut there’s aleral years, ways room in there’s been a the closet for a slow trend tostylish way to ward flat-front celebrate the pants over home team. pleated pants. Two of MLM’s “Flat fronts popular lines, have been big Southern Tide items, dressy or and Peter Milcasual,” said Joe lar, have added Yarber, cohigh quality owner of MLM knit shirts with John Rush Clothiers in TuSEC logos. pelo. “We still “It’s a really men’s department manager carry the other good looking at Reed’s in Tupelo because you algame day shirt,” ways have guys Long said. “It’s who like the not cluttered at pleats, but the all, and the shirt move to flat-front is something itself is nice mercerized cotton, going on nationwide.” very soft.” Another trend over the past Reed’s has Mississippi State couple of years has affected and Ole Miss fans covered with suit coats and sport coats. a variety of shirts and jackets. “It’s two-button side vent or “We also carry the Ole Miss two-button center vent,” said and MSU collegiate belts,” Jimmy Long, also at MLM. Rush said. “We’ve got those “That’s what we’re seeing.” from boys’ sizes all the way to 56.” DRESS CODES Men have plenty of options, Colors will naturally change but there’s no pressure. from summer to fall. It’s also Whether you’re after a bright, time for area banks to alter new sweater, a pair of khakis or their dress codes from knit any number of other possibilishirts to suits, Rush said. ties, men’s stores are stocked. “Fall is the time for suits and It’s a good time to find somesport coats,” he said. “We have thing you like, as well as somethem in gray, navy, tan, all sorts thing that will last. of colors. Some have a nice stripe with them, too. We also






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From shiny shoes to funky patterns, kid’s clothing about grabbing attention BY SHEENA BARNETT DAILY JOURNAL

TUPELO – It’s hard to miss kids’ fashion this fall. Sparkly shoes can catch the bright lights at football games, bright colors will light up school hallways and funky patterns will make playgrounds that much more flashy. Typical fall colors like brown, orange, plum and red are paired with brighter colors like seafoam, magenta and yellow, and mix-and-match patterns are still in style. “Little girl fashion is all about lace and tulle and mixing and matching patterns,”

‘Little girl fashion is all about lace and tulle and mixing and matching patterns.’ Sissie Craft

Reed’s children’s department manager said Sissie Craft in the children’s department at Reed’s. “It’s brighter, more bold colors, paired with dark colors.” Stripes, polka dots, paisley, plaid and other patterns are everywhere in kid’s clothing, said Juli Palmer at Corner Shoe store. “It’s really funky,” she said. “This is more color than we’ve seen in a while.” The base color for fall 2012 is gray. “Gray is in big,” said Deanna Russell, owner of Silly Simpson’s in Tupelo. “Either charcoal or light gray is in.” Magenta and purple are more popular this fall, Russell said. “There’s still a touch of neon

be extra stylish if they’re embellished. Flannel is also a stylish look for older girls, as is lace, Craft said. “Fur is huge for fall,” Palmer said. Faux fur is in on jackets, vests and trimming, Craft said.


Pick shoes that make a statement, Palmer said. Metallic shoes – especially in bronze and silver – are big sellers at Silly Simpson’s, Russell said, and Palmer said they were popular at Corner Shoe Store, too. “Pewter is the new neutral,” Palmer said. Just about every style of boots are must-haves, Palmer said. Western boots in fun colors and prints – like red or leopard print – are big sellers. Sparkly shoes are still in style at all three stores. “Shoes with a lot of colors and embellishments are in,” Palmer said. TOMS are popular at Reed’s, Craft said. A new Mary Jane style of TOMS is especially popular for younger kids, she said.


Boys are dressing up this fall. “It’s a very tailored look for fall,” Russell said. Polo shirts and colorful C. TODD SHERMAN | DAILY JOURNAL Northface pullovers or jackets Geometric patterns are picture perfect for fall. Meria Putt, 11, a are flying off the racks at 6th-grader at Mooreville, models a Willoughby dress from Reed’s, Craft said. Reed’s. At Silly Simpson’s, the classic look of sweater vests and for fall. There’s not as much as are still in, Russell said. button-up shirts are what’s in in the summer, but it’s there,” “It’s kind of a romantic style. Craft said. look,” Craft said. There are also plenty of Embellishments are scaling Colored denim has trickled more casual styles, too, like back, but only a bit. There down from juniors and adults graphic tees paired with plaid aren’t as many on an outfit, to older girls’ styles. shorts, she said. but they are bigger. They’re Straight, colored jeans are a When buying for a boy, pick also more feminine, Russell fun look for fall, Craft said, so traditional fall colors, like red, said, like flowers or rosettes. long as they’re paired with lots orange and green, Craft said. Ruffles have been in style of layers, including scarves. for the past few seasons and Jeans that are basic blue will

Natural look in when it comes to makeup BY GINNA PARSONS DAILY JOURNAL

TUPELO – When it comes to makeup, less is more this fall. “Skin is the new foundation,” said Tracy Hoover, retail manager of M.A.C cosmetics at Belk in The Mall at Barnes Crossing. “Skin should be lush and have a dewy, refreshed look. You want it to look soft and youthful. Matte is out. Everything is very natural.” In keeping with that natural look, Hoover recommends a cream blush applied just to the apple of the cheeks for a soft glow. “With this look you want to have a natural eye with defined lashes and a lip that looks just bitten – a tint of color that stays flat with no gloss,” she said. Hoover, who was named one of the 100 most recommended makeup artists in America by ELLE magazine in April, said one look she likes in particular is a soft gray smoky eye paired with a glossy burgundy lip. “That plays up a dark romance for fall,” she said. “You want a bold eye and a soft lip, a soft eye and a bold lip, a soft eye and a soft lip, but never a bold eye and a bold lip. That starts looking almost clownish.” A golden eye shadow swept across the lid also catches the light and works with every skin tone, Hoover said. Eyeliner that gives a retro cat-eye or a winged look is in this fall, she said. “That’s really hot now,” Hoover said. “And the eyeliner doesn’t have to be black. Think retro colors to keep the cat-eye playful.”

Liquid eyeliner should be used for the cat-eye or winged look; a pencil or crayon, smudged with Hoover a cotton swab or a brush, is best for the smoky look. And while eyeliner is in, lip liner is out. “Lip liner is really non-existent,” she said. “And if you do use it, you must blend it with your lipstick and blur it with foundation.” And that lipstick needs to be red. “Along with the bold colors for clothing, lips have taken a bolder look at well,” Hoover said. “With the rest of the makeup staying natural, pop on a crimson or bordeaux lip color with the lip edges blurred and soft. Red lips are most definitely going to be a tried and true go-to for fall. Red is always classic.” As for nails, the classic French manicure looks oldfashioned today. Rounded edges with colored tips is the new fashion for fall 2012. “No more pointy or square nails,” Hoover said. “Round is in. And dark polish is very hot, even dipped in gold or metallic tips. It will almost look like jewelry.” The bottom line, she said, is that your makeup should look like you’re not even trying. “You want to look like you have natural beauty,” she said. “Youthful beauty is what you’re going for.”


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EASTERN Florida Georgia South Carolina Kentucky Missouri Tennessee Vanderbilt WESTERN Alabama Mississippi State LSU Ole Miss Arkansas Auburn Texas A&M

SEC 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 SEC 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1


PF 57 41 17 0 20 20 13 PF 52 28 0 0 0 10 17

PA 37 20 13 0 41 37 17 PA 0 10 0 0 52 28 20

All 3-0 3-0 3-0 1-2 2-1 2-1 1-2 All 3-0 3-0 3-0 2-1 1-2 1-2 1-1

PF 84 142 114 92 106 106 84 PF 128 114 145 108 80 60 65

PA 51 63 29 78 71 71 40 PA 14 43 31 103 110 82 23

2011 Home 3-0 1-0 1-2 2-0 3-0 2-0 2-1 1-1 2-1 2-1 2-1 1-1 3-0 1-1 2011 Home 3-0 1-0 1-2 2-0 3-0 3-0 1-2 2-1 3-0 1-2 2-1 1-0 2-0 0-1

Div. 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 Div. 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0

T25 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 T25 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1

Str. W4 W3 W7 L1 W1 L1 W1 Str. W7 W5 W3 L1 L2 W1 W1

T25 = Games against teams in Top 25 (AP, USA Today, Harris) at time of matchup


Series OM, 42-28 Fla., 45-17 Missouri, 2-0 First meeting LSU, 25-20-1 First meeting First meeting First meeting Tenn., 1-0 Ga., 52-18-2

Sagarin says Ole Miss by 16 Florida by 21 S.C. by 13 Alabama by 59 LSU by 17 Arkansas by 1 MSU by 31 A&M by 44 UT by 24 Georgia by 4

Note: The Sagarin ratings appear online at


The crowd of Razorbacks fans thinned out on Saturday as Alabama delivered an epic whipping.




SEC games at a glance


(All game times converted to Central) Matchup Kickoff TV Sirius/XM Ole Miss at Tulane (0-2) 11 a.m. FSN 138 / 200 Kentucky at Florida 11:21 a.m. SEC Network 136 / 199 Missouri at South Carolina 2:30 p.m. CBS 91 / 91 Florida Atlantic (1-2) at Alabama 4 p.m. Pay per view 136 / 199 LSU at Auburn 6 p.m. ESPN 138 / 200 Rutgers (3-0) at Arkansas 6 p.m. ESPNU 137 / 192 South Alabama (1-2) at Mississippi State 6 p.m. Pay per view 94 / 191 S.C. State (1-2) at Texas A&M 6 p.m. FSN 106 / 201 Akron (1-2) at Tennessee 6:30 p.m. CSS 112 / 198 Vanderbilt at Georgia 6:45 p.m. ESPN2 113 / 197

Saturday, Sept. 15 Alabama 52, Arkansas 0 Florida 37, Tennessee 20 Georgia 56, Florida Atlantic 20 Western Kentucky 32, Kentucky 31 (OT) LSU 63, Idaho 14 Texas 66, Ole Miss 31 Mississippi State 30, Troy 24 Missouri 24, Arizona State 20 South Carolina 49, UAB 6 Texas A&M 48, SMU 3 Vanderbilt 58, Presbyterian 0 Auburn 31, Louisiana-Monroe 28 (OT)



Saturday, Sept. 29 Missouri at Central Florida, 11 a.m. Arkansas at Texas A&M, 11:21 a.m. Tennessee at Georgia, 2:30 p.m. South Carolina at Kentucky, 6 p.m. Towson at LSU, 6 p.m. Ole Miss at Alabama, 8:15 p.m. Off: Auburn, Florida, Mississippi State, Vanderbilt


THE BUZZ: The Crimson Tide should not really be tested today, so it’ll be interesting to see how strongly they commit to the possibility of throwing a third consecutive shutout. Alabama has scored 94 unanswered points over a span of 145 minutes. The Owls lost 56-20 to Georgia last week. KEY STAT: Alabama’s first-team offensive line outweighs Florida Atlantic’s No. 1 defensive front by an average of 314-248.


THE BUZZ: LSU can stay on track for a third straight No. 1 vs. No. 2 matchup against Alabama with a win in its SEC opener. Coach Gene Chizik and Auburn could silence many of their critics by pulling off a big upset after a disappointing start, but QB Kiehl Frazier still doesn’t look comfortable. KEY STAT: LSU has won 24 consecutive games in September and has a nation’s best 16-game regular-season winning streak.


THE BUZZ: Georgia begins a stretch of seven straight SEC games and simply cannot afford a loss with tougher opponents such as South Carolina and Florida lurking on the schedule. And Bulldogs will look to go 4-0 for the first time since 2008. Vandy coach James Franklin has received plenty of praise for changing his team’s losing attitude, but he still needs a signature league win. KEY STAT: The Commodores haven’t beaten a ranked SEC team since 2008 and they’ve lost 16 of 17 meetings against the Bulldogs.





Parrish Alford, Brad Locke and John Pitts rank the SEC after Week 2: Ranking (1sts) Last week 1-Alabama (3). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2-LSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 3-South Carolina. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 4-Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 5-Georgia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 6-MSU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 7-Tennessee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 8-Missouri . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 9-Texas A&M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 10-Arkansas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 11-Auburn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 12-Ole Miss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 13-Vanderbilt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 14-Kentucky. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 dates to 1986. And it’s been even longer since the Wildcats won in Gainesville (1979). KEY STAT: The last four meetings were over early, with Florida outscoring Kentucky by a combined 94-3 in the first quarter.


THE BUZZ: Aggies quarterback Johnny Manziel accounted for 418 total yards and six touchdowns in last week’s romp over SMU. He should come up big, as should defensive end Demontre Moore, who leads the nation with 2.5 sacks per game. KEY STAT: A&M has won nine straight non-conference home games.


THE BUZZ: All eyes will be on Razorbacks QB Tyler Wilson, who got hurt in the first half against Louisiana-Monroe (Arkansas lost 34-3 in OT) and didn’t MISSOURI play at all last week against Alabama AT NO. 7 SOUTH CAROLINA (lost 52-0). If he can rally his teamTHE BUZZ: South Carolina is hoping mates, there’s still a chance for the to stay undefeated and beat another Hogs to have a good season. SEC Eastern Conference opponent, KEY STAT: Rutgers is 3-7 in road while Missouri is seeking its first league games since 1998 against non-league victory in its inaugural SEC season. BCS opponents. The last time these teams met, the Gamecocks took a three-touchdown AKRON AT TENNESSEE lead only to fall to the Tigers in the THE BUZZ: Here’s a chance for the 2005 Independence Bowl. Vols to build back a little confidence KEY STAT: South Carolina QB Dylan after a tough loss at home to Florida. Thompson has thrown for more than After today, the Vols face four consecu500 yards and five touchdowns the tive ranked conference foes: No. 5 past two weeks in relief of an injured Georgia (road), No. 23 Mississippi State Connor Shaw. (road), No. 1 Alabama and No. 7 South Carolina (road). KENTUCKY Former Auburn coach Terry Bowden AT NO. 14 FLORIDA is in his first season at Akron. THE BUZZ: Florida has the nation’s KEY STAT: Akron is 0-5 all-time in longest active winning streak in a curgames against the SEC, with three of rent series between Football Bowl Sub- those being shutouts. division teams. The Gators have won 25 Wire reports in a row against Kentucky, a streak that

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