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SEC Headlines 3/4/2012

1. Texas A&M- South Carolina?  Missouri – Arkansas? Are new cross-division rivalries coming to the SEC?

2. Tennessee 68 – Vanderbilt 61.  Eight of nine for the Vols.  Tennessee clinches first-round bye. Vanderbilt has lost its last conference game 12 of 13 times under Kevin Stallings.

3. Did Stalling really say this?

4. High fever didn’t keep Jarnell Stokes from playing.

5. David Climer: “Excluding Kentucky’s remarkable run, this closing burst by UT is the biggest story of the SEC basketball season.” Bruce Pearl likes these Vols, too.

6. Ole Miss 60 – Alabama 51.  Crimson Tide lost not only the game but a shot at first-round conference tournament bye. Oles Miss wins third straight – will face Auburn in conference tournament.

7. Kevin Scarbinsky on basketball in Alabama: “The most important month on the basketball calendar hasn’t been a good time in this state in ages.”

8. Mississippi State 79 – Arkansas 59.  Largest margin of victory in SEC play this year for the Bulldogs. Razorbacks have dropped seven of their last nine.

9. Arkansas to play LSU in first round of SEC Tournament.

10. Auburn 67 – LSU 52.  Tigers head to New Orleans “with a lot of confidence.”

11. Georgia 67 – South Carolina 55.  Bulldogs overcome 10-0 South Carolina start.  Gamecocks finish with 2-14 conference record.

12. Kentucky at Florida.  Gators say goodbye to Erving Walker – Florida’s all-time assist leader.

13. Could Bradley Beal also be playing his final game at Florida?

14. Florida’s forgotten class of 2008.

15. How could Bobby Knight talk about the best team and the best player in the country and not mention Kentucky and Anthony Davis?

16. Speaking of Davis, John Calipari has the Wildcats practicing without him on the first team – a just-in-case tournament contingency plan. On the brink of SEC perfection.

17. Projecting the field of 68. Joe Lunardi’s latest projections.

18. LSU quarterback Zack Mettenberger has a tired arm - part of getting used to all the practice reps. He’s also 35 pounds lighter.

19. Meet LSU defensive tackle Anthony Johnson -he’s 6’3″, 310 pounds and his nickname is “Freak.”

20. New Auburn defensive backs coach Willie Martinez knows defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder well - he’s worked with him now at four colleges.

21. New Kentucky assistant Pat Washington bonded with Cats offensive coordinator Randy Sanders back in their Tennessee days.

22. Former Vanderbilt linebacker Chris Marve may head to law school instead of the NFL.


23. In 1992, Digger Phelps told his son-in-law it was time to get a real job.  20 years later, Jamie Moyer is still pitching, eight months shy of his 50th birthday.

24. “No team in NCAA history, men or women, has ever capped a perfect season by cutting down the nets after the final game of the NCAA Tournament in celebration of its 40th victory.” But the Baylor women could do just that.


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