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SEC News And Notes For The First Of July

Wanted to bring you a few other news items and opinion pieces from across the conference in one big post… so here goes:

The US Senate will hold a hearing next week to look into antitrust issues regarding the Bowl Championship Series.  (Which is a colossal waste of time and taxpayer money and these buffoons should take it right in the ballot box because of it.)

And that means you, Utah Senator Orrin Hatch.  Hatch has actually penned a piece for Sports Illustrated on the topic.

Harry King of The Northwest Arkansas Morning News believes — like everyone else in the South — that the SEC will be much stronger in basketball next season.

Chris Low of ESPN.com thinks that Tennessee fans should be hopeful because of the number of playmakers Monte Kiffin has on defense… but they should be concerned about scoring points.



Seth Emerson of The State in Columbia has put together his own ranking of the SEC’s projected signal-callers.  You can read his explanations right here, but his list is as follows:

1.  Tim Tebow, Florida
2.  Jevan Snead, Ole Miss
3.  Jordan Jefferson, LSU
4.  Joe Cox, Georgia
5.  Ryan Mallet, Arkansas
6.  Greg McElroy, Arkansas
7.  Stephen Garcia, South Carolina
8.  Jonathan Crompton, Tennessee
9.  Mike Hartline, Kentucky
10.  Tyson Lee, Mississippi State
11.  Kodi Burns, Auburn
12.  Larry Smith, Vanderbilt



Ole Miss offensive lineman John Jerry comes in at #20 in The Gainesville Sun’s countdown of the SEC’s best players.

And finally, Edward Aschoff of The Sun has broken down ESPNU’s “150 Watch List” for 2010 football recruits and found that Florida’s six commitments from the list are equal with SEC rivals Georgia and LSU.

 




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