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SEC Headlines – 3/12/12 Part One

1.  Andrew Steele says Alabama’s return to the NCAA tourney has elicited “one of those indescribable feelings.”

2.  Of course, with higher-seeded Creighton first and then a potential matchup with top-seeded UNC in Greensboro… the experts aren’t giving Bama much of a chance.

3.  As we told you earlier this morning, Arkansas’ season has come to an end with nary an invite to ary tournament.

4.  Meanwhile, Trent Johnson’s young LSU team will get to keep playing.

5.  After a solid three-day run in the SEC Tournament, Ole Miss will return to the NIT.

6.  Andy Kennedy says he was “not overly optimistic” about landing an NCAA bid.

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SEC Headlines – 1/3/12 Part One

1.  Nick Saban believes in getting back to basics during bowl practice.

2.  Andrew Steele could be back on the hardwood for the Tide tonight against Georgia Tech… despite issues with concucssions.

3.  Auburn’s Kenny Gabriel recorded the first triple-double in Auburn basketball history last night.  First.  One.  Ever.

4.  A pair of AU footballers have been tabbed to play in the Senior Bowl. 

5.  Arkansas’ three senior receivers will look to “put on a show” in the Cotton Bowl.

6.  The Hogs’ defense will have to make sure Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein doesn’t put on a show of his own.

7.  Nationally-ranked Virginia won a tight defensive battle at LSU last night, 57-52.  The Tigers are looking like they may be tougher than a lot of folks expected.

8.  Here’s a quick comparison of LSU’s Jordan Jefferson and Alabama’s AJ McCarron.

9.  Ole Miss will try to snap a three-game losing streak when SMU visits oxford tonight.  Unfortunately, Murphy Holloway remains out.

10.  New Rebel coach Hugh Freeze will retain running backs coach Derrick Nix from Houston Nutt’s staff.

11.  Mississippi State defensive tackle Fletcher Cox has decided to turn pro a year early.

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