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SEC Headlines 2/20/2014

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1. LSU quarterback Stephen Rivers is transferring.  He’s the younger brother of San Diego Chargers quarterback Phillip Rivers. At 6-8, believed to be tallest QB in LSU history.

2. Georgia freshman defensive lineman DeAndre “Moose” Johnson not expected to continue his career – medical reasons cited.

3. Alabama adds Louisiana-Monroe to its 2015 schedule.  The Warhawks beat the Crimson Tide back in 2007 – Nick Saban’s first season as coach.

4. Auburn has five empty spots on its support staff and coach Gus Malzhan may not fill them all.

5. How Missouri’s offensive line shapes up heading into spring practice.

6. Spring practice dates for all SEC teams. Here are some SEC quarterback battles to watch.

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7. Brett Favre on watching Johnny Manziel:“I almost thought I was watching film of a young Brett Favre,”

8. NFL analyst Charles Davis on Texas A&M wide receiver Mike Evans: “I’ve been told — and we will see at the combine — that he could run a high 4.4 time. And if that’s the case, then game, set, match, off he goes.”

9. Josh Kendall on the expectations for Jadeveon Clowney -”everyone expects him to be an otherworldly freak.”

10. The Alabama players with the most to gain from the NFL Combine.

11.  Florida’s Dominique Easley a potential mid-round steal?

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12. Texas A&M coach Billy Kennedy: “This may sound crazy, but we are real close to doing some special things with this team and with this program.”

13. The Texas A&M woman’s team has outdrawn the men’s team the last two home games.

14. Alabama forward Nick Jacobs has taken a leave of absence from the team.

15. ESPN analyst Jimmy Dykes thinks four SEC teams will make the NCAA Tournament – Florida, Kentucky, Missouri and Tennessee. Arguments for and against the Vols.

16. With Syracuse losing, is Florida the nation’s top team?

17. Kentucky coach John Calipari sounds off on other coaches’ opinions of social media.  ”They know nothing about social media. Nothing. They don’t do it.”

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18. What’s the difference between NFL and college football?  Sports economist: ”The difference would be … the NFL pays their players.”

19. Judge dismisses lawsuit filed against Nick Saban’s daughter.

20. Football season (FCS variety) will kickoff August 23rd.

21. Never too early to start campaigning for the Heisman.

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SEC Headlines – 6/14/11 Part Two

1.  Recent Kentucky basketballer Josh Harrellson is one of the good guys in college sports.

2.  Football analyst, ex-Vol — and possible AD candidate? — Charles Davis weighs in on Tennessee’s NCAA situation.

3.  Georgia kicker Blair Walsh is within reach of the SEC’s all-time scoring mark.

4.  UGA president Michael Adams is planning to attend Mark Emmert’s “how do we clean up college sports” summit.

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Broadcaster Davis Flattered By UT A.D. Talk

Fox and NFL Network analyst Charles Davis said today on WNML-AM/FM in Knoxville that he is flattered that his name has been mentioned in connection with the soon-to-be-opened athletic director position at Tennessee.  Davis was a defensive back at UT in the mid-1980s.


“I’m extremely flattered and humbled.  I have a terrific job that I love.  I don’t want to sound like I’m at a press conference making one of those great statements where I say something without saying anything.  Bottom line, let’s just put it on the table.  If mama calls, you listen to mama.  Just like Bear Bryant said.  For him he was a coach and mama called him to go coach.  I’m not an athletic director.  But if mama called and wanted to talk to me, how could I not talk to mama? 

I’m not saying I’m interested in the job.  I’m not campaigning for the job.  I’m not asking for the job.  In fact, I firmly believe that it’ll never get to that anyway, because what I think Tennessee is looking for is someone who’s already doing this.” 


Davis did serve as an assistant athletic director at Stanford from 1994 through 1996.

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