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SEC East Headlines – 4/20/10

1.  Did you know that Tim Tebow will be very marketable?  Shocking. 

2.  Tebow laughed off Jerry Jones’ drunken comments that were released last week.

3.  Offensive coordinator and interim coach Steve Addazio showed intensity to a Gator booster club.

4.  But would UF fans accept him if Urban Meyer up and resigned?  This writer thinks so.

5.  Since quarterback John Brantley has never started a game, it might be a little premature to ask if Florida has one of the nation’s best backfields.

6.  Boston College running back Josh Haden won’t announce his transfer destination until brother Joe is drafted this week.

7.  There are many different opinions about former Georgia linebacker Rennie Curran and his draft status.

8.  So who will be the first Dawg drafted this week?

9.  For those who believe UGA’s campus police chief is out to get Georgia… he’s actually a Bulldogs fan.

10.  Plenty of questions remain unanswered in the Zach Mettenberger situation.

11.  There are also plenty of questions surrounding Tennessee’s football team.

12.  With a player arrested just hours after the spring game, this writer believes it’s time for UT’s players to put TEAM first off the field as well as on.

13.  Safety Prentiss Waggner could step up if Janzen Jackson or Darren Myles run into any off-field troubles.

14.  Assistant basketball coach Steve Forbes said losing Josh Selby to Kansas hurt.

15.  Sophomore Kentucky linebacker Ridge Wilson is looking for a second chance… after being charged with fourth-degree assault for punching a woman in the face.

16.  Offensive coordinator Randy Sanders said quarterback Mike Hartline has “done a really good job this spring at taking control of things.”

17.  UK tight end Nick Melillo has gone from NAIA to NCAA Divis… I’m sorry… FBS football.

18.  On his 65th birthday, super-fit Steve Spurrier feels better now than we has 45.  (Looking for a shot of a shirtless Spurrier?  Well, here’s one anyway.)

19.  South Carolina athletic director Eric Hyman believes there is a “high likelihood” that the NCAA tourney will expand to 96 teams.


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