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SEC East Headlines – 2/24/10

1.  Incoming freshman Tyler Murphy wants to be a quarterback, not just an athlete, at Florida.

2.  This writer doesn’t think Tim Tebow’s new throwing motion looks much different from his old throwing motion.

3.  This scribe doesn’t believe it was Urban Meyer’s job to get Tebow ready for the NFL.

4.  Ten former Gators will take part in this week’s NFL scouting combine.

5.  After a “frosty” start, the relationship between Billy Donovan and Bruce Pearl has “thawed.”

6.  Donovan’s win over Pearl last night certainly boosted his team’s NCAA tournament hopes.

7.  Georgia has finally settled a lawsuit with a former player who claimed UGA officials should have insured him against a career-ending injury.

8.  This writer/fan wonders why Georgia took so long to cough up $400,000 and do the right thing.

9.  A quick check of the numbers shows that Devan Downey really has been at his best against Kentucky… even in Lexington.

10.  This Columbia writer believes Downey will be treated with respect by the vast majority of UK fans at Rupp tomorrow.

11.  There will be some flip-flops on Carolina’s defense this spring.  Chris Culliver is expected to move from safety to cornerback… and Akeem Auguste will shift from corner to safety.

12.  After deciding to leave USC early, Clifton Geathers will now try to impress NFL scouts.

13.  Tennessee will be near the middle of the pack in the SEC in terms of football staff salaries.

14.  Even when it makes financial sense, fans don’t brag about paying their coach less.

15.  The health of former Vol tailback Montario Hardesty will be a key concern of NFL scouts at the combine.

16.  Tennessee’s basketball coach motivated Scotty Hopson by keeping him out of the starting line-up for the first time all season.

17.  There are new details today regarding the murder of Vandy signee Rajaan Bennett.  And the story just keeps getting worse.

18.  Tomorrow night against Georgia, the Commodores’ John Jenkins will be looking to make up for a bad shooting night in Athens earlier this month.

 




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