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SEC Headlines – 3/9/11 Part One

1.  Brad Nessler becomes Mr. SEC Tournament this week.  (And that’s a good thing… Nessler’s as solid as they come.)

2.  Billy Donovan and Candler Parsons are honored and humbled to take home trophies for their work this season.

3.  Rick Pitino believes Florida could be “a potential national champion.”  (Think Donovan will thank his old boss for that bit of added pressure?)

4.  Trey Thompkins — the SEC’s preseason Player of the Year — made the first-team All-SEC squad despite a series of injuries.

5.  Spring practice brings new hope… and more questions in Athens.

6.  Here are 10 Dawgs to watch this spring.

7.  What if Kentucky and Louisville met again in the NCAA Tournament?

8. has a new, lengthy profile of John Calipari up and it’s a MUST READ piece.

9.  Sounds like this Lexington writer doesn’t want ex-UK coach Billy Gillispie to land the Texas Tech job.

10.  South Carolina’s Sam Muldrow got some love from the league’s coaches yesterday.

11.  The Gamecocks have released their pre-spring depth chart.

12.  Tennessee will get a do-over — just like Phil in “City Slickers” — when they face Arkansas tomorrow.

13.  But if the game is decided by three-point marksmanship, the Vols could be in trouble. 

14.  It’s been 60 years — yep, 60 — since Vanderbilt won the SEC Tournament.  (Save the emails, we know, there was no tourney between 1952 and 1979.)

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Gamecocks Work Out in Williams-Brice Monday

The No. 22 South Carolina Gamecocks (6-3, 4-3 SEC) worked out at Williams-Brice Stadium on Monday evening. The squad spent about 40 minutes on conditioning drills as they began preparations for Saturday’s SEC showdown at No. 24 Florida (6-3, 4-3 SEC).The winner of the South Carolina – Florida game will represent the SEC Eastern Division in the SEC Championship game in Atlanta on Saturday, December 4. Saturday’s 7:21 p.m. kick will be televised nationally on ESPN with Brad Nessler and Todd Blackledge working in the both and Holly Rowe on the sidelines.

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