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SEC East Headlines – 3/30/10

1.  Tight end Jordan Reed — a former quarterback — saw a lot of action running Florida’s Wildcat package yesterday.

2.  Defensive back Will Hill is leading by example.

3.  Urban Meyer’s special teams units impressed… wait for it… Lane Kiffin.

4.  Receivers coach Zach Azzanni didn’t seem to know why Carl Moore missed practice yesterday.

5.  There’s a pretty good competition going on at nose tackle for Georgia this spring.

6.  UGA’s defensive ends are learning new techniques in Todd Grantham’s 3-4 scheme.

7.  Mark Fox doesn’t expect quick decisions from Trey Thompkins or Travis Leslie regarding their NBA futures.

8.  Fox won over much of the Georgia fanbase in his first season in Athens.

9.  Bob Ryan of The Boston Globe doesn’t think Georgia president Micheal Adams should be considered for the job of NCAA president.  (This is a BRUTAL review of Adams and his resume.  Wow.)

10.  Here’s a look at the leadership skills of Kentucky’s freshman All-Americans, John Wall and DeMarcus Cousins.

11.  This writer doesn’t believe Bob Huggins outcoached John Calipari.

12.  Calipari said he intends to bring in five or six freshman this year.

13.  South Carolina kicker Joey Scribner-Howard has a powerful leg, but his accuracy is lacking.

14.  Former Gamecock quarterback Aramis Hillary will be a Coastal Carolina Chanticleer this fall.

15.  Devan Downey was named an honorable mention All-American by the Associated Press.

16.  LaMarcus Thompson is Tennessee’s only proven linebacker taking part in contact drills right now.

17.  Depending on his senior year, tight end Luke Stocker could wind up earning some, nice big checks in the NFL.

18.  Will Brian Williams emerge as a team leader for the Vol basketball team next year?

19.  There’s still some crying about officiating in the Volunteer State.  (Nevermind the fact that Michigan State was called for five more fouls in Sunday’s game.)

20.  Despite their Elite Eight loss, UT’s roundball future looks pretty bright.

21.  Vanderbilt’s TJ Greenstone is becoming an emotional leader from his defensive tackle position.  (Bobby Johnson might say “too” emotional.)


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