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SEC Headlines – 3/25/11 Part Two

1.  Florida’s Kenny Boynton says BYU’s Jimmer Fredette “kept crying to the ref toward the end of the game.”

2.  The Gators and Cougars set an NCAA Tournament record by jacking up 71 three-pointers last night.

3.  Star kick returners — like Georgia’s Brondon Boykin — could see their future draft stock fall due to the NFL’s new kickoff rules.

4.  There’s a battle at linebacker in Athens between Richard Samuel and Alec Ogletree.

5.  The Dawgs say their defense and their attitude are better this spring.

6.  UGA is easing some restrictions it had placed on football tailgating.

7.  Kentucky’s 22nd Sweet Sixteen matchup figures to be a toughie against Ohio State tonight…

8.  But the Wildcats say they aren’t scared.

9.  John Calipari says he’s “still trying to figure” out how he can nullify his team’s lack of experience.

10.  UK players “bristled at any notion Kentucky would play second fiddle to any team, no matter its credentials.

11.  South Carolina quarterback Stephen Garcia says he’s “got to be smarter” and that “nothing bad is going to happen again — that’s guaranteed.”

12.  Garcia’s teammates supported him during his one-week suspension from spring drills.

13.  Apparently some idiot/drunken students threw bottles at police as they frisked Jadeveon Clowney early this morning. 

14.  Darrin Horn wishes guard Bruce Ellington success as he tries to become a two-sport star for the Cocks.  (But you know the coach would rather have his guy living basketball.)

15.  Derek Dooley says crazy weather in Knoxville is “good preparation” for his team.

16.  Sophomore center James Stone is getting used to snapping the football right-handed this spring.

17.  With all its baggage, it’s hard to claim that Tennessee is the best open basketball job in the country right now.

18.  This writer says Belmont’s Rick Byrd would be a good get for the Vols.

19.  Yet another writer is calling for UT AD Mike Hamilton’s head.

20.  With two players transferring out, Vanderbilt has some openings in its secondary this spring.

 




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