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SEC East Headlines – 1/7/10

1.  Is Florida in danger of being passed by Alabama on the SEC football totem pole?

2.  Florida’s basketball team is working to correct its poor shooting.

3.  In Athens, Aaron Murray and Zach Mettenberger are gearing up for their quarterback battle.

4.  Reshad Jones is the 17th Georgia player to leave school early for the NFL since 2001. 

5.  John Wall is winning the respect of Kentucky’s opponents.

6.  In a classless move — especially considering that many of these same fans once worshipped Rick Pitino — some UK fans chanted the name “Karen Sypher” during Saturday’s game with Louisville.  Sypher is the woman with whom Pitino had a much-publicized affair.  Not funny, just pathetic.

7.  Here’s a report card on Steve Spurrier’s up-and-down fifth season at South Carolina… a season that wound up pretty average.

8.  On the basketball front, it seems as though the Cocks’ NCAA Tournament hopes might already be shot.

9.  This column covers three interesting tidbits: a) Receiver Moe Brown went so far as to line up at the wrong position in an attempt to get more attention during the Bowl, b) running back Jarvis Giles denied it publicly, but he’s told people that he’s considering a transfer, and c) Clemson internet messageboards claimed that several Carolina players had been arrested for receiving free shoes… but it turned out to be a hoax.  (As with the “Karen Sypher” chant at Kentucky that I mentioned above, I repeat that some fans are just tools.)

10.  Tennessee offensive lineman Chris Scott will play in the East-West Shrine Game.

11.  Lane Kiffin thinks Eric Berry should remain at safety and not move to corner in the NFL.

12.  On the court, Wayne Chism says the team “appreciated the fans with all our heart” after last night’s win over Charlotte.

13.  Finally, wasn’t the SEC supposed to be better in basketball this year?


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