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SEC Headlines – 2/3/11 Part Three

1.  Kudos for Kentucky’s signing class.

2.  Former UK quarterback Andre Woodson is returning to his alma mater as a student assistant coach.

3.  With a six-man rotation and young players everywhere, the Wildcat basketball team has little margin for error.

4.  Kudos for South Carolina’s signing class.

5.  Carolina is still playing the waiting game for Jadeveon Clowney.

6.  Urban Meyer said on ESPN yesterday that players who drag out their recruitment are holding coaches and programs hostage.

7.  Kudos for Tennessee’s signing class.

8.  Derek Dooley says of his signees: “Now it’s our job to get them here, it’s our job to coach them, it’s our job to mentor them, it’s our job to motivate them, it’s our job to support them academically and hopefully they leave out of here doing some real special things.”

9.  The basketball Vols will face Auburn tonight without injured leading scorer Scotty Hopson.  (Freshman Tobias Harris will likely have his minutes reduced due to an ankle sprain, too.)

10.  Kudos for Vanderbilt’s signing class.

11.  James Franklin and his staff beat out several BCS schools for the guys in their 21-man signing class.  That’s a great, great sign for a group of coaches most SEC fans had never heard of a month ago.

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SEC Headlines – 1/31/11 Part Two

1.  Their weekend loss in Starkville has knocked Florida back out of the AP Top 25.

2.  Chandler Parsons has been making a difference for the Gators on the glass.

3.  Georgia has officially posted the job of offensive line coach on its website… following Stacy Searels’ departure for Texas.

4.  Mark Richt is getting credit for putting together what could turn out to be his best recruiting class.

5.  Kentucky is back inside the Top 10 today.

6.  Andy Kennedy needs his Mississippi team to shoot better against the Wildcats tomorrow night.

7.  South Carolina recruiting coordinator Shane Beamer — who’s no longer believed to be on Alabama’s short list — opened up about the Gamecocks’ recruiting message yesterday.

8.   Freshman Tobias Harris is playing with a lot of composure.

9.  Tennessee plans to retire Allan Houston’s jersey prior to the Vols home game against Kentucky on March 6th. 

10.  That’s probably why Harris was named the SEC’s Freshman of the Week.

11.  Vanderbilt’s James Franklin will officially announce his defensive assistants this afternoon.

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UT Rolls Past MTSU 86-56

The Vols followed up their NIT Season Tip-Off Championship by notching another win Tuesday, beating MTSU 86-56 at Thompson-Boling Arena. Freshman Tobias Harris led the team in scoring with 21.

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