April 29th, 2012 09:19 AM║ Posted By: MrSEC.com ║ Permalink
║ Schools: Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi State, Missouri, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt
Tags: Bobby Massie, Jameill Showers, SEC, Tim Fugger
2. The A&M game puts a wrap on spring practice in the SEC. What have we learned across the conference in the last few months?
3. Spring practice review, fall football preview – conference predictions from the Kansas City Star.
4. There were whispers that Ole Miss tackle Bobby Massie might get taken at the end of the first round. He slid all the way to the fourth.
5. The New York Giants think Auburn’s offensive lineman Brandon Mosley can play both guard and tackle.
6. “The NFL draft began and the superiority of the SEC was underscored.”
NFL draft final day roundup:
8. Two guys from Mississippi State
10. Three Alabama players taken,
12. Seven players from the state of South Carolina,
14. Free-agent signings from Mizzou,
16. Four players drafted at Texas A&M - most since 2008.
17. Vanderbilt defensive end Tim Fugger is headed to Indianapolis.
18. Two Kentucky players get the call on Saturday.
19. Kentucky quarterback Maxwell Smith is not looking forward to watching footage of the Wildcats spring game.
20. Ranking the most valuable programs in college sports – five of the top ten in football call the SEC home, but zero of the top ten in basketball? Why Kentucky doesn’t make the cut but Louisville does.
21. Cincinnati Reds announcer Marty Brennaman on boos for Kentucky coach John Calipari: ”We’re a regional franchise and Kentucky is a very important part of that region. I said, ‘You people ought to be ashamed of yourselves.’ “
22. What will a four-team playoff mean for NCAA football? “The history of college sports says the money will be wasted on bigger weight rooms and adults who already have enough.”
23. Perspective on what change will mean for college football.
23. The most meaningful regular season games in pro sports?
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