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LSU 87 – Kentucky 82

Video highlights of the LSU 87-82 win over Kentucky Tuesday night in Baton Rouge.

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Arkansas 87 – Kentucky 85 (OT)

Video highlights of the Arkansas 87-85 overtime victory over Kentucky Tuesday night.

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SEC Headlines 2/10/2013

headlines-sun1. Did you know?  Cam Cameron – the man thought to be LSU’s next offensive coordinator - was a groomsman at Les Miles’ wedding back in 1993.

2. Are Nick Saban and Urban Meyer on a collision course? “10 of Ohio State’s 24 signees came from SEC states. Meyer knows how and where to go after players that can win national titles.”

3. Only four returning receivers caught passes last season at Kentucky.  That leaves plenty of room for the incoming crop to make its mark early.

4. Behind the scenes with Tennessee coach Butch Jones and his statewide tour this week.

5. John Adams on the challenges Jones faces: “In a conference famous for defensive speed, Tennessee once was a frontrunner. It now has one of the slowest defenses in the SEC.”

6. Other big challenge at UT - donations to the athletic department fell by more than 25 percent in 2012.

7. Brice Ramsey joins a very crowded quarterback group at Georgia.  Starter Aaron Murray returns along with three backups who don’t have redshirts to burn.

8. The most talented group of new players at Auburn is along the defensive line.

9. When Auburn begins spring practice, a position to watch will be linebackers.

10. One of the Ole Miss signeees expected to see playing time fall?  Defensive tackle Herbert Moore, who proved to be one of the Rebels best recruiters in the Memphis area.

11. New receivers coach Pat Washington brings plenty of SEC experience to the Missouri coaching staff.

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12. Tennessee has faced the five leading scores in the SEC its last five games.  Each of them met or exceeded their scoring average.

13. Should others in addition to Reginald Buckner been ejected from the Ole Miss-Missouri game? Has Missouri’s Alex Oriakhi replaced Marshall Henderson as the new instigator in the SEC?

14. What’s next for Ole Miss?

15. The good news for Missouri – they’re 6-0 in the SEC at home.  Bad news for the Tigers – four of the next five are on the road.  The one home game is against Florida.

16. Recovering from a high ankle sprain, Florida forward Casey Prather came off the bench Saturday to give the Gators 12 points and five rebounds. Florida at home against Kentucky Tuesday night.

17. First place in the SEC will be on the line when the Gators and Cats meet in Gainesville.

18. “There seems to be a perception that this Alabama team is underachieving…The truth is, this team is overachieving.”

19. John Calipari on Tony Barbee:  ”Tony is not a good coach, he’s a great coach.”

20. Georgia’s five-game winning streak in SEC play is the first time that’s happened to the Bulldogs since 2001.

21. Mark Bradley: “The Bulldogs won a game here Saturday in which they managed 12 baskets in 40 minutes. (That’s one hoop every 200 seconds.)”

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22. Saturday’s craziest game – Notre Dame beats Louisville in five overtimes.

23. Paterno family responds to Freeh Report on Penn State – call it “total failure.”

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SEC Headlines 1/29/2011

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1. Rick Stansbury wants energy and toughness out of his Bulldogs today against Florida.

2. Florida is 5-0 on the road this season – all five games decided by five points or less.

3. Auburn is 0-6 in SEC play and it could be a while before the Tigers get a conference victory.

4. Auburn faces South Carolina today – the Gamecocks  will be without injured starter Lakeem Jackson.

5. It’s back-to-back games against the SEC East for Ole Miss -Tennessee today and Kentucky Tuesday.

6. The C.M. Tad Smith Coliseum hasn’t been kind to the Volunteers in recent years. The home team has won every game in this series since the 2002-2003 season.

7. Kentucky gets a shot at revenge against Georgia today.  John Calipari: “They’re going to be physical.”

8. Georgia – Kentucky is on the must-watch list of today’s games.

9. Larry Brown will be in attendance today- he’s been at Kentucky practices this week.

10. Calipari is open to the idea of a new arena or renovating Rupp.

11. Alabama basketball is suddenly a hot ticket.

12. The Tide is doing it with defense.

13. LSU visits Alabama and welcomes back Ralston Turner.

14. “Basketball was once a solid No. 2 in Louisiana in the 1980s and 1990s. But that may be changing.”

15. It’s Arkansas’s turn to try to stop the SEC’s leading scorer – Vanderbilt’s John Jenkins.

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16. Jon Solomon on the consequences of signing day: “It’s an ugly underbelly of the sport that many fans choose to ignore. Watching how the sausage gets cooked makes for a less-appetizing meal.”

17. Tennessee’s Justin Hunter is a two-sport star.

18. 18-year old Ian Lockwood has died – a month after receiving a game ball from Urban Meyer.

19. Ole Miss faces a possible lawsuit in the wake of the death of walk-on football player Bennie Abrams.

20. Stacy Searels’ pay at Texas – $425,000.

21. What to watch for in today’s Senior Bowl. The game is sold out and will be broadcast by the NFL network. Here are the rosters which include a quartet from Mississippi State.

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22. Bill Raftery is one of the best color commentators in sports.  Here’s how he does it.

23. The Big East could get 11 teams in the NCAA Tournament this year.

24.  Does football have a future?  ”Retired N.F.L. players are five to nineteen times as likely as the general population to have received a dementia-related diagnosis.”

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