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SEC East Headlines – 12/30/09

1.  At least three Florida players have said that they’re seriously worried about Urban Meyer’s health.  Safety Major Wright said, “This is crazy.  This man might literally die over a football game.”  (It sounds like Wright has a better grasp of his coach’s chest pains than Meyer himself does.)

2.  This writer makes light of the situation and suggests that his wife’s “honey-do” list might be what drove Meyer back to coaching after a 12-hour retirement.  (And the writer will look like a real tool if Meyer keels over on the sideline someday.)

3.  Charlie Strong wants to go out on a high note at Florida.

4.  Defensive end Carlos Dunlap is back in a Gator uniform after a DUI arrest kept him out of the SEC title game.

5.  Linebacker AJ Jones will not play in the Sugar Bowl due to an injury.

6.  According to this notes column, Chuck Heater’s chances of landing the defensive coordinator job seem to be improving.

7.  Quarterbacks coach Scot Loeffler says he has had zero contact with Central Michigan about their head coaching job.  (That doesn’t mean he won’t, of course.)

8.  With coaches and players and interims coming and going, the Sugar Bowl figures to be “the Bizarre Bowl” on Friday night.

9.  Apparently Gator fans don’t care that it’s the last game for Tim Tebow, tons of great seniors and possibly Meyer… ’cause they’re still not buying tickets to the game.  (Spoiled, spoiled, spoiled.)

10.  UF basketball coach Billy Donovan doesn’t believe people understand the pressures that go along with coaching highly successful programs.

11.  The Gators host Presbyterian tonight and a UF walk-on could play a significant role once again.

12.  The future looks bright for Georgia on offense and special teams.  Defense?  Uh, well…

13.  John Chavis?  Kirby Smart?  Todd Grantham?  Bob Sanders?  Folks continue to try to guess who’ll be the Dawgs’ next defensive coordinator.

14.  Could Chavis decide to leave Baton Rouge because “he witnessed a very shaky sideline this season at LSU and some questionable offensive game plans and game day management?”

15.  The look ahead to UGA’s 2010 schedule has already begun.

16.  Mark Richt says its time for a new group of seniors to step up and “decide how they want to lead this team.”

17.  The last group of seniors was proud of the way the Bulldogs finished this season.

18.  A former Georgia football player — who took legal action against UGA for not setting up an insurance policy for him — saw his suit tossed out yesterday.

19.  Virginia Tech coaches are concerned about Tennessee tight end Luke Stocker.

20.  Lane Kiffin says “It’s time for our players to understand they’ve had a lot of fun and it’s been very enjoyable, but we need to focus on winning a big-time bowl game.”

21.  Montario Hardesty says he’s been impressed by how hard the Hokies play.

22.  Tech’s defense is also “tricky.”

23.  Tennessee’s coaches say they aren’t scaling back their offense for tomorrow’s game.

24.  This writer believes UT is in better position than Georgia to capitalize on uncertainty at Florida.  (But, as he writes, he thought that when Steve Spurrier resigned as well.)

25.  Kevin Stallings is about to decrease Vanderbilt’s logjam at center by one.

26.  Meanwhile, sophomore Commodore guard Charles Hinkle is planning to transfer.

27.  Freshman John Wall set the Kentucky school record for assists with 16 last night.

28.  The Cats whooped Hartford 104-61 and now prepare for their annual battle with Louisville on Saturday.

29.  The Cardinals might be able to take advantage of UK’s biggest weakness — three-point defense.  (John Calipari wants Cat fans to take it easy on the Rick Pitino posters and chants on Saturday.  Classy move.)

30.  According to this notes column, there’s no word on the long-term availability of injured freshman Eric Bledsoe.

31.  This writer believes that despite Rich Brooks’ good work, the UK football job remains one of the toughest in college football.

32.  Spurrier wants his team to be able to run the ball on Connecticut Saturday.

33.  Offensive lineman Garrett Anderson will put the wraps on a solid career this weekend.

34.  The Cocks’ defensive success can be attributed to coaching unity.

36.  Darrin Horn takes his basketball team to Boston College tonight.

37.  BC won’t try to slow down Carolina too much.

 


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