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SEC Headlines – 3/22/11 Part One

1.  Florida footballers are excited about the team’s new defensive scheme.

2.  Will Muschamp’s first squad is focusing on team chemistry this spring.

3.  A balanced frontcourt effort has been a key to Florida’s NCAA Tournament run.

4.  Spring practice resumes at Georgia today.

5.  DeAndre Liggins likes being Kentucky’s defensive stopper.

6.  UK is in an East Regional with three teams that’ve given the Cats fits in the past.

7.  John Calipari says Ohio State will be “a challenge” for his Wildcats.

8.  Steve Spurrier says his South Carolina team doesn’t have as many “guys with their own selfish agendas” as some of his past squads.

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Preseason NCAA Tourney Forecast: 6 SEC Teams Get Bids

SI.com’s Andy Glockner has done the ridiculous — he’s tried to forecast the entire NCAA Tournament field before the regular season even begins.  That doesn’t mean that Glockner is ridiculous, mind you, because he’s far from the only one to attempt this ridiculous feat.  He’s just the latest.  Which is why we link you to his ridiculousness.

In Glockner’s view, the following six SEC teams will gain entry into the March Madness field:

Florida — 3rd seed, East Regional, vs Wofford

Kentucky — 3rd seed, West Regional vs Princeton

Tennessee — 4th seed, Southwest Regional vs Western Kentucky

Mississippi State — 8th seed, East Regional, vs Wisconsin

Georgia  — 11th seed, Southwest Regional vs Baylor

Vanderbilt — 9th seed, West Regional, vs Minnesota

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