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SEC East Headlines – 3/4/10

1.  Joe Lunardi likes Florida’s NCAA tourney chances more than I do… but then he’s looking at the whole field and I’m comparing UF’s dance card to previous SEC resumes.

2.  Should Billy Donovan’s back-to-back national titles protect him from a possible third straight NIT bid?

3.  This writer believes Donovan should be given a four-year grace period for each national crown.

4.  CBS Sports’ Seth Davis examines the state of the Gator program.

5.  Georgia’s quarterback race gets underway officially this afternoon.

6.  Meet the QB contestants right here.

7.  There are four other storylines for you to follow during UGA’s spring practice.

8.  “Change” is the theme for spring in Athens.

9.  After Kentucky’s win over the Bulldogs last night, John Calipari called Georgia “one of those gem jobs that no one realizes.”

10.  In the end, UK’s talent trumped Georgia’s grit.

11.  I think the headline on this one got botched… looks to me like the writer is saying Kentucky has a bigger margin for error than Georgia.

12.  Patrick Patterson said the Cats exerted their defensive muscle last night.

13.  It’s likely that Sunday’s Senior Day in Lexington won’t just be for seniors.

14.  South Carolina is facing five big questions this spring.

15.  Alabama’s 79-70 win in Columbia was a sad end to the Devan Downey era.

16.  The loss was Carolina’s sixth in a row.

17.  Even without JaMychal Green the Tide still dominated on the glass last night.

18.  Bruce Pearl fired up his team with a technical during last night’s 80-73 win over Arkansas.

19.  It was a Senior Night scare for the Vols…

20.  And Pearl wasn’t happy about it.  “That play doesn’t win an SEC tournament game.  That play doesn’t win a first-round NCAA tournament game.”

21.  Kevin Stallings didn’t rush John Jenkins’ development this year… and now it’s paying off for the Commodores.

22.  This writer believes the SEC is looking at the possibility of another three-bid NCAA tournament.


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