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SEC Headlines – 3/27/12 Part One

1.  Florida’s Will Muschamp is telling his players to produce in spring or else someone else will get their spots in August.

2.  The Gator basketball team will host Wisconsin and visit Arizona next season.

3.  Here’s a quick look at the odds of Georgia and Aaron Murray winning the BCS title and Heisman Trophy, respectively.

4.  South Carolina is looking for the next Alshon Jeffery.

5.  Little-used guard Wes Washpun has been granted a release from Tennessee while big man Kenny Hall has been reinstated.

6.  Vol linebacker Herman Lathers is back to “85 or 90 percent” speed after a nasty ankle injury last summer.

7.  SEC commissioner Mike Slive will make a speech and talk to the media in Kansas City today as he further opens the door of his conference to Missourians.

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SEC Headlines – 11/3/11 Part Two

1.  Florida’s four-game losing streak has some in the Sunshine State diving for the record books.

2.  A number of factors have lead to the recent decline in Gator football fortunes.

3.  It will be Billy Donovan the father versus Billy Donovan the son when Florida hosts Catholic University in a hoops exhibition.

4.  Georgia linebacker Jarvis Jones is “a very relentless player.”

5.  As bad as UGA’s special teams have been this year, Mark Richt still doesn’t believe in using an assistant’s spot on a full-time special teams coach.

6.  Joker Phillips named true freshman Max Smith as his starter for Saturday (due in part to an ankle sprain for Morgan Newton).

7.  Randy Sanders says Smith has as strong an arm as any quarterback he’s ever coached.

8.  UK wasn’t perfect but the Cats did get an exhibition win over Transylvania last night.

9.  To get its offense rolling again, South Carolina needs to get Alshon Jeffery the ball.

10.  Darrin Horn says his latest team “has been incredibly fun” to coach because of their work ethic.

11.  Tennessee linebacker Herman Lathers might apply for a medical redshirt.

12.  Vol receiver Da’Rick Rogers wants to make up for a big drop last week against South Carolina.

13.  Cuonzo Martin will debut as UT’s new hoops coach in an exhibition game tonight.

14.  Vandy kicker Carey Spear won’t say what went wrong on his last second missed field goal against Arkansas, but he has said he and the coaches have figured it out.

15.  The Commodores might not have needed a last-second kick from Spear had their DBs simply hung on to a number of possible picks.

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UT Loses Another Front-7 Defender For Now

Playing in the front seven on Tennessee’s defense is about as safe as carrying the colors during the Civil War.  The casualty rate is pretty darn high.

According to The Knoxville News Sentinel, senior defensive tackle Rae Sykes is not on the Vols’ team “at this time” due to academic issues.  Sykes was a juco transfer into UT in 2009.  He played in just eight games last season and recorded only three tackles.

While Sykes has not been much of a contributor, he has still been a body… something Derek Dooley’s defense is running short of at this point.  Within the past month, defensive tackle Montori Hughes was booted from UT’s team and linebacker Herman Lathers was lost for the start of the season due to an ankle fracture.  And the Volunteers weren’t deep along the front seven coming out of spring practice.

Heading into his second fall in Knoxville, you can bet attrition in May and June was not on Dooley’s wish list.

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SEC Headlines – 11/12/10 Part Three

1.  MSU running back Vick Ballard is ready for a run at Alabama’s defense.

2.  The Bulldogs are ramping up for a physical game in Tuscaloosa.

3.  Ravern Johnson may miss tonight’s opener for State’s basketball team.

4.  Neyland Stadium has been a house of pain for Houston Nutt.

5.  When the basketball Rebels meet Arkansas State tonight they’ll see a couple of faces familiar to SEC fans on the opposing bench.

6.  Later today, Tennessee will unveil a statue of General Robert Neyland at the stadium that bears his name.

7.  UT linebacker Herman Lathers will be looking to put some hits on former high school teammate Brandon Bolden… who’s now Ole Miss’ starting running back.

8.  Bruce Pearl isn’t putting any pressure on freshman Tobias Harris.

9.  South Carolina players are walking a tightrope of emotions heading into their winner-take-all match with Florida.  (Which beats being trapped in a glass case of emotions.)

10.  Marcus Lattimore is looking forward to having his dreams realized.

11.  Carolina will change its secondary rotation tomorrow night.

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