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SEC Headlines – 12/14/10 Part One

1.  Dan Mullen is focusing on his younger players as bowl practice begins in Starkville. 

2.  Rick Stansbury’s team used a zone defense to subdue Nicholls State 67-58 last night.

3.  Ole Miss rolled to a 101-69 win over Delta State last night.

4.  The Rebels will be counting on a slimmed down Demarco Cox inside.

5.  John Pelphrey gave thanks at a Little Rock Tip Off Club yesterday.

6.  Arkansas’ Delvon Johnson is off to a hot start in the paint.

7.  JaMychal Green says he’s now seeing eye-to-eye with Alabama coach Anthony Grant.

8.  Down on The Plains, the 14-year-old son of assistant coach Trooper Taylor is suing Auburn’s school system for the right to wear braided hair during JV basketball games.  (Perhaps he could play while wearing backwards-facing baseball cap.)

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UM B’baller Nelson Looking “Great”

According to a source quoted by Parrish Alford of The Northeast Mississippi Journal, Ole Miss freshman guard Dundrecous Nelson (and freshman center Demarco Cox) will be “great.”

Is this really big enough news to warrant it’s own blurb?  Probably not.  It’s third-hand info and who knows what “great” really means.

But I include it here because Dundrecous Nelson now joins Rantavious Wooten and Barkevious Mingo on’s “All-Scrabble Team.”

Not making the cut: Philip Lutzenkirchen… mainly because I’m more likely to misspell that one.

But welcome to the SEC, Dundrecous.  You’re sure to win me some bucks the next time I’m playing “SEC Athletes” Scrabble for cash.

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