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SEC Headlines 5/6/2013

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1. Kentucky football player Ashely Lowery saw improvement this weekend from a car accident that ejected him from the vehicle.

2. Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron spoke to the media before driving the Honorary Pace Car at Talladega.

3. McCarron and Johnny Manziel get a lot of attention. Don’t forget about Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray.

4. Ole Miss showed it should be deep at running back coming out of spring practice.

5. South Carolina has showed it has two quality quarterbacks to rely on. They’ll need help at wide receiver.

6. Missouri’s battle at quarterback will be the main question for the Tigers heading into the summer months.

7. Players seem to have bought into new Tennessee coach Butch Jones. Quarterback and team depth are main concerns.

8. Vanderbilt finally has offensive line depth it will be able to rely on.

9. Kentucky football coach Mark Stoops was at the Kentucky Derby on Saturday.


10. Former Kentucky basketball player Nerlens Noel took a 7-year-old leukemia patient to the Kentucky Derby.

11. Cecil Hurt looks at the extra exposure and money that should be provided by the SEC network.

12. The SEC network was a win for Missouri, which hasn’t seen much on-field success in its first year in the league.

13. Mike Tanier looks at lessons that should be learned from this year’s NFL draft.

14. David Ragan was a surprise winner at Talladega Superspeedway on Sunday.

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SEC Headlines 5/5/2012

1. Premature commenting has cost Georgia coach Mark Richt some telephone privileges.

2. If either Georgia or Clemson want to cancel their 2013-14 football series, it’s going to cost millions.

3. Florida sophomore linebacker Graham Stewart will transfer.

4. LSU fan files a lawsuit against an Alabama fan over a BCS championship post-game incident.

5. Ole Miss officials hit the road to rally and unite the fan base.

6. Former Tennessee running back Bryce Brown gets a chance at a fresh start in the NFL.

7. The city of Jacksonville wants to be a player in any expanded college football playoffs.

8, Gary Parrish: “The Kentucky-Indiana series ending is another blow to one of the things that makes college basketball fun in November and December.”

9. Kentucky coach John Calipari gets a raise and a retention bonus


10. So is new Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby a puppet for conference power brokers? “I would suggest you do your homework,” he said. “I haven’t been good at being a puppet over the years.”

11. If you missed change-your-conference-affiliation-Friday – here’s your update.

12. So exactly how did the horses in this year’s Kentucky Derby get their names?

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SEC Headlines – 5/7/2011

1. Tennessee forward Tobias Harris is headed to the NBA draft and projects as a mid-first round round pick.

2. Brandon Knight makes his departure official from Kentucky while Terrance Jones will announce his decision today.

3. Who does Urban Meyer spend more time with: His family or ESPN?

4. Former Gator QB Tim Tebow is back in his home state and that always draws attention.

5. Recapping the spring performance of the Auburn offensive line.

6. Will offensive lineman Antonio Richardson be eligible at Tennessee this fall?


7. Uh-oh.  Ohio State to investigate used car purchases by former players.

8. A breakdown of the Kentucky Derby field.

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