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SEC Headlines – 3/21/12 Part One

1.  Here’s more on the promotion of Greg Sankey to Executive Associate Commissioner and COO of the SEC.  (Along with word that future scheduling formats for sports not named football and basketball should come out soon.)

2.  Florida’s Billy Donovan is proving again that he’s among college basketball’s coaching elite.

3.  Mike Gillislee is working on his pass protection skills while readying to be the Gators’ top running back this fall.

4.  The legal issues of Georgia starting corner Sanders Commings have been resolved.  (Probation, small fine.)

5.  With all eyes on UGA’s running backs position, Isaiah Crowell is the #1 back and he wants to make “a Heisman run.”

6.  Here are five questions about Kentucky as the Cats open spring drills.

7.  With UK preparing for a rematch with Indiana in the Sweet Sixteen, this writer looks back at how the Big Blue lost to the Hoosiers in December.

8.  Uh, wow.  Like Bobby Knight actually uttered the word “Kentucky” and Twitter shook.

9.  The results of South Carolina AD Eric Hyman’s previous coaching searches: Mixed.  (Of course, that’s pretty much the case with every other AD out there.  Hush Gator fans… remember Ron Zook?)

10.  Wichita State’s Gregg Marshall reportedly turned down a Nebraska offer worth nearly $2 million per year.  (And that type money might take him out of the Gamecocks’ price range.)

11.  With the season complete, Tennessee forward Jeronne Maymon had knee surgery yesterday.

12.  Renaldo Woolridge received a medical redshirt from the NCAA, but he’s leaving UT (and another spot is about to open up on Cuonzo Martin’s roster).

13.  Missouri’s Gary Pinkel says he’s not worried about what quarterback James Franklin’s health will be come fall.

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