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SEC Headlines – 5/13/10

1.  Auburn University is asking fans to vote on which song the Tigers should enter the field to in 2010.  (I’d go with “Tiger Walk” by former AU linebacker Travis Williams.)

2.  Ryan Mallett talked Arkansas football on ESPN yesterday.

3.  Tight end Jim Youngblood has been granted a release to transfer from Arkansas in hopes of playing quarterback elsewhere.

4.  John Pelphrey inherited such a mess in Fayetteville that he still might need one or two more years to rebuild.  (Much to Hog fans’ chagrin.)

5.  Take a gander at Ole Miss’ post-spring depth chart.

6.  There are still questions in Oxford about Raymond Cotton’s shoulder and Tig Barksdale and Patrick Patterson’s status.

7.  Mississippi State’s season ticket sales are up 13% over last year.

8.  From weakest to toughest, here’s a look at State’s 2010 opponents.

9.  Even with so many new faces in key spots, it looks like Florida’s going to be a consensus Top 5 preseason pick.

10.  Cornerback Adrian Bushell is looking to transfer from Gainesville.

11.  Counting Logan Gray, there have been a whole lotta position changes in Athens this year.

12.  UGA basketball coach Mark Fox is wisely cracking down on his players’ use of Twitter.  (As I’ve written many times, if I were a coach, social media would be a no-no for my players.  Too many bad things can come of it.)

13.  Ironically, one blog named Fox the SEC’s “Twitterer of the Year” last year.

14.  Fox is settling in at Georgia.

15.  There are plenty of questions surrounding Kentucky’s 2010 football team.  Good thing then that they’re playing in a “weak” SEC East.

16.  UK assistant basketball coach Rod Strickland — picked up for DUI in April — has been moved to a non-coaching role with the staff.

17.  Here’s a list of five body parts that Carolina fans should be concerned about this summer.

18.  Tennessee defensive end Chris Walker says the Vols’ offense improved during spring practice.

19.  Former Tennessee coach Phillip Fulmer took a verbal jab at a Knoxville sportswriter during a commencement address yesterday.

 




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