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SEC Headlines – 3/7/11 Part Four

1.  SEC basketball coaches talked about the league’s tournament on today’s teleconference with the media.

2.  Alabama and Georgia will get one more shot earn an NCAA Tournament bid this week in Atlanta.

3.  Auburn’s Pro Day workouts will be carried on the internet by ESPN and on television by NFL Network.

4.  Take a look at this breakdown of Arkansas’ four-game improvement in the win column this year and I think you can figure out that the author probably isn’t a pro-John Pelphrey guy.

5.  Some folks can’t understand Ole Miss AD Pete Boone’s decision to show his personality on Twitter.

6.  MSU athletic director Scott Stricklin says he doesn’t want “another rehashing” of his school’s handling of the Cam Newton situation.

7.  The SEC Tournament bracket does Georgia no favors.

8.  SEC associate commissioner Gregory Sankey will recuse himself from the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions when Tennessee’s case comes up in June.

9.  Bruce Pearl is “still pretty burned” from yesterday’s loss to Kentucky.

10.  Kenny Gabriel (Auburn) and Ravern Johnson (MSU) were named the SEC’s Co-Players of the Week.  (Kentucky’s Brandon Knight won Freshman of the Week honors again.)

11.  Last season, Auburn, LSU and Florida were the SEC’s best 4th Quarter football teams… Georgia, Tennessee and Vanderbilt were the worst.

12.  Finally, when it comes to SEC championship events — like this week’s basketball tournament — expect to see more mentions for Macy’s.



 




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