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SEC Headlines – 3/9/11 Part Two

1.  Alabama’s JaMychal Green is thankful he was tabbed for the All-SEC team.

2.  Anthony Grant was glad to see his old boss win SEC Coach of the Year honors.

3.  Alabama will hold its Pro Day today… alas, with no live TV coverage.  (One more trivial tidbit for Bama and Auburn fans to snipe over.)

4.  Tony Barbee’s Auburn team has added confidence heading into the SEC Tournament.

5.  Former Tiger Zach Clayton made a big impression at Auburn’s Pro Day.

6.  Cam Newton isn’t finished with his pro preps yet.

7.  Rotnei Clarke and Delvon Johnson were recognized by the SEC’s coaches yesterday.  (And not in a, “Hey, I know that guy,” kinda way.)

8.  Former Hog tight end DJ Williams didn’t take part int he speed and agility tests during Arkansas’ Pro Day.

9.  Despite an up-and-down season, LSU’s Ralston Turner was named to the SEC’s All-Freshman team.

10.  New LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger got some advice and help – after his dismissal from Georgia — from former New Orleans Saint Danny Abramowicz (and others).

11.  Lots of jobs are up for grabs as the Tigers gear up for spring practice.

12.  Attendance at The Hump in Starkville dropped by nearly 17% this season.  (That’s not good for Rick Stansbury.)

13.  MSU AD Scott Stricklin prefers the velvet glove approach while Dan Mullen prefers to use a hammer.

14.  Backup linebacker Michale Hunt has quit the team because “he lost his love of the game.”

15.  Andy Kennedy and his team continue to tease impatient Ole Miss fans.

16.  Mississippi’s Chris Warren and Reginald Buckner have been honored by the SEC’s coaches.

17.  Ole Miss AD Pete Boone answers the biggest complaints about him right here… including the one about him killin’ off poor Colonel Reb.  (‘Cause nothing’s more important than a guy in a suit with a giant stuffed head.)


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