The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 26, 1968 · Page 20
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 20

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Tuesday, November 26, 1968
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20-Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, Nov. 26, 1968 poRjpfmo Gators Land 3 All-SEC Spots of Alabama. Steve Kiner of Tennessee and Mike Kolen of Auburn. The defensive halfbacks are Jim Weatherford of Tennessee and Steve Tannen of Florida. Georgia junior Jake Scott, who leads the SEC in pass interceptions (10) and punt returns, is the all-SEC Tennessee and Guy Dennis of Florida: and the center, Tom Banks of Auburn. The defensive line, anchored by the 5-foot-, 195-pound Gellerstedt, has Mike Ford of Alabama and Billy Payne of Georgia at ends and Bill Stanfill of Georgia and David Campbell of Aburun at tackles. The linebackers are Mike Hall BRINGS CLASSIC SPLENDOR TO MODERN LIVING AY SU ATLANTA (UPI)-Sure-hand-ed receiver Sammy Milner of Mississippi State and stumpy middle guard Sammy Geller-stedt of Alabama were the only sophomores included Tuesday when United Press International announced its 1968 all-Southeastern Conference football team. Milner, who already has caught as many passes (61) in his first varsity season as any other Mississippi State player ever caught in three, is the flanker in an otherwise all-senior backfield that includes quarterback Loran Carter of Auburn and running backs Dicky Lyons of Kentucky and Larry Smith of Florida. Carter, only sixth in total offense in the SEC this fall but first in touchdown passes, got less than 30 per cent support in balloting by sportswriters and sportscasters from throughout the Southeast. But he had enough votes to win when sophomores Archie Manning of Mississippi and Mike Cavan of Georgia split the runnerup votes with Bubba Wyche of Tennessee and Tom- Lyons and Smith, both repeaters from the 1967 all-SEC team, have been hampered by injuries this season but the Kentucky ace still leads in scoring with his 11 touchdowns and Smith is the league's No. 2 rusher. The leading rusher, Tennessee's Richard Pickens, was third in the balloting for the two running back positions. 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