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WOW Headlines – 1/7/13

Brent Musberger calls tonight’s Alabama-Notre Dame BCS title game “the ultimate matchup in college football”
Tonight’s game is expected to challenge records for television viewership
With gamblers backing Alabama, the Crimson Tide has become the biggest BCS title game favorite in a decade
LSU could lose as many as eight juniors early to the NFL
Ole Miss QB Bo Wallace will have surgery on his shoulder this week
Backup Florida QB Jacoby Brissett will transfer
Georgia QB Aaron Murray will return to Athens for his senior season
Vanderbilt WR Jordan Matthews will return to Nashville for his senior season
Chris Wilson is leaving the Mississippi State staff to become Georgia’s defensive line coach
Tennessee basketball player Jeronne Maymon will take a medical redshirt and miss the rest of the season
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WOW Headlines – 12/4/12

Arkansas hires Wisconsin coach Brent Bielema its new football coach
Auburn hires Gus Malzahn as its new head coach
Tennessee expeced to name its new head coach soon
Wednesday night SEC basketball scores
Missouri 81 – Southeast Missouri State 65
Mississippi State 53 – UT San Antonio 42
Arkansas 81 – Oklahoma 78
Georgia Tech 62 – Georgia 54
Kentucky 88 – Samford 56
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Wow Evening Headlines 10/24/2012

Tennessee forward Jeronne Maymon likely will miss the start of the season after having a setback in his recovery from offseason knee surgery
An industry source tells that new SEC TV contracts will be worth an additional $10-$15 million per school per year when completed
The commissioners of the BCS might stick with their original plan of only having six bowls in the new playoff format
Auburn has not named a starting quarterback for Saturday’s game with Texas A&M yet
South Carolina’s Steve Spurrier says QB Connor Shaw will not come out against Tennessee this weekend unless he gets hurt
Mizzou quarterback James Franklin doubtful for Kentucky this weekend but coach Gary Pinkel says he is “almost certain” Franklin will play next week at Florida
LSU AD Joe Alleva says he’ll try again next year to eliminate permanent cross-divisional football opponents from SEC schedule next year
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SEC Headlines 3/17/2012

1. Florida 71 – Virginia 45.  Gators dominate despite shooting 4-for-23 from 3-point range.

2. Florida will get to know Kyle O’Quinn after Norfolk State upset Missouri on Friday. Rebounding is key for the Gators.

3. Creighton 58 – Alabama 57.  Last-second shot falls far short. Crimson Tide led by as many as 11 points in the second half.

4. Kevin Scarbinsky: “The last game was a snapshot of the en­tire season…”

5. Kentucky vs. Iowa State.  Cyclones love to shoot the three-pointers. Iowa State forward Royce White was almost a Wildcat. One reason he’s not – fear of flying.

6. Vanderbilt vs. Wisconsin.  In many ways, the Badgers are just a better version of the Harvard team that Vanderbilt just beat.

7. John Jenkins needs 17 more points to make Vanderbilt history.

8. With Rick Stansbury out at Mississippi State, the waiting game begins for recruits and current players.

9. Jeronne Maymon’s knee is still an issue - and his availability for Tennessee’s Monday night NIT game is still up in the air.

10. Arkansas offensive tackle Jason Peacock suspended following felony theft arrest.

11. First full-scale spring scrimmage for LSU today.

12. Vanderbilt’s Wesley Tate is back at running back for the Commodores.

13. Will Muschamp opened up Florida’s Friday practice to fans.

14. Friday’s pro day at Tennessee made Austin Johnson nervous.

15. Three recruiting experts give their early report cards on how SEC schools are recruiting the class of 2013.


16. David Cutcliffe on Peyton Manning’s Friday workout: “How far can he throw it? He can throw it far enough to beat people, let’s put it that way.”

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SEC Headlines – 1/26/12 Part Two

1.  Florida’s three-guard lineup will be tested by Ole Miss’ size tonight.

2.  Here’s another look at Florida’s new gray/silver Nike basketball uniforms.

3.  Will it be Georgia or South Carolina who grabs control of the SEC East this fall?  (Or someone else?)

4.  John Calipari doesn’t feel his top-ranked, 20-1 Kentucky team is “special” yet.

5.  Who will be the successor to Alshon Jeffery at Carolina?

6.  Jeronne Maymon says Tennessee doesn’t “bring the same energy” away from Knoxville.

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UT Heading To Pittsburgh Without Maymon

Tomorrow’s game against #3 Pittsburgh was expected to be the debut of Tennessee sophomore Jeronne Maymon, a transfer from Marquette.  Not so.

According to Bruce Pearl, Maymon has passed all five classes that he took in the fall semester.  But university officials have yet to clear him.

“At this time the university has not declared him eligible,” Pearl said.  “We are disappointed.”  Asked if Maymon might be cleared prior to gametime — even though he did not fly to Pittsburgh with the team — Pearl told The Knoxville News Sentinel, “I can’t comment any further.”

Maymon also spoke to The Sentinel’s Mike Griffith saying, “It was shocking and disappointing to hear that, because I’ve worked hard to pass my classes and get all my ducks in a row.  All my grades are posted.”

According to the player, UT officials told him that he couldn’t be cleared because the school is still in the middle of an academic window when grades can be changed.  But Maymon says he has emails from all of his professors — is a bowling teacher really a professor? — saying that “nothing will be added or subtracted from any of my grades.”

“I got up at 6:30 this morning to meet with my (academic) advisor to see what could be done, but apparently someone is dead-set against me playing tomorrow.”

Or perhaps someone in Knoxville is dead-set on following the letter of the law these days. 

It’s common knowledge that the Tennessee basketball program is still under NCAA scrutiny at the moment.  And while Maymon might have assurances from his teachers that his passing grades will not change, it’s understandable if UT officials don’t want to take any chances.  If someone does enter a grade different from the one Maymon currently has in hand it could result in the Vols having played an ineligible player, accidentally.  And that’s likely something Tennessee administrators wouldn’t want to discuss with the NCAA right about now.

The 6-7, 258-pound Maymon’s absence from UT’s roster could prove costly against a big Pitt team tomorrow.  And that’s likely why Pearl commented on the record about his disappointment in a university decision. 

But knowing Pearl’s current employment status, it’s probably in his best interest to just grin and bear it until UT’s academic calendar rolls over and Maymon is cleared.  At this point he’s in no position to complain too loudly about anything Tennessee officials decide.

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