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SEC Headlines 6/25/2011

1. Redshirt freshman defensive end Chris Martin is leaving the Florida Gators.

2. Two Tennessee walk-ons – writes Sports Ilustrated’s  Andy Staples – reminds us why we love college football.

3. Georgia’s Mark Richt is considered a “hot-seat” candidate – so how’s his 2012 recruiting efforts going?

4. Predictions for the SEC West.

5. Two dilemma’s for Steve Spurrier this fall.

6. Jon Solomon on the new NCAA nine-credit rule: “(I)t cuts to the heart of defining what classroom success really means.”

7. Tennessee’s use of a search firm to hire a new basketball coach cost the school $90,000 – plus expenses.

8. Georgia’s Trey Thompkins on being a second round pick of the LA Clippers - he’s frustrated but happy.

9.“It’s an unbelievable feeling”: Florida’s Vernon Macklin on being drafted by the Detroit Pistons.

10. Some thoughts on Kentucky players and their NBA teams.

11. Tennessee’s Scotty Hopson didn’t get drafted and has regrets over being not mentally strong enough.

12. Auburn’s national championship team is up for a lot of ESPY awards.

13. The top 25 games this fall in the SEC? Here’s a candidate for number 25.  And the 25th best player in the SEC? Here’s a vote for a Vanderbilt linebacker.

 


1 comments
Bill Schmodt
Bill Schmodt

The SEC dominated the NBA draft. Ouch. The SouthEast media had this all wrong.

Round 1
ACC 5
Big Ten 1
Big 12 5
PAC 10 3
Big East 3
SEC 3

Total Draft
ACC 7
Big Ten 4
Big 12 6
PAC 10 6
Big East 4
SEC 9

The SEC led the way with draft picks. How can that be? Mr. Pennington told us this would be a disappointing year. Had those two from UK cam out they would have had tied for the most 1st rounders and had by a larger margin the most picked. With Hopson being a better player than most picked, could he be the next undrafted star from Tennessee like Foster?



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