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SEC Headlines – 5/17/12

1.  Some big-time basketball programs are raiding mid-major schools for their early graduates (in hopes of getting them to transfer.)

2.  Alabama’s Nick Saban has wrapped up his spring speaking tour.

3.  Will youth be a problem for Auburn again this fall?

4.  The high school coach of former Arkansas receiver Quinta Funderburk says he will transfer to Syracuse (not at Virginia were many initially suspected).

5. looks at whether or not the Razorbacks can win the West without Bobby Petrino.

6.  Razorback basketballer Devonta Abron has transferred to TCU to join ex-LSU coach Trent Johnson.

7.  Mike Anderson’s team will play in this year’s Las Vegas Invitational.

8.  Here’s a closer look at Mississippi State’s athletic spending in 2011.

9.  Three Ole Miss football players are in danger of not being eligible this fall.

10.  This writer says Texas A&M will be a perfect fit with the SEC.

11.  This scribe doesn’t believe Steve Spurrier’s plan for crowning division champs has any hope of being adopted.

12. A pair of ex-Georgia football players have found new homes.

13.  Safety Corey Moore needs to have a big year for the Dawgs.

14.  Kentucky’s John Calipari is after yet another transfer, this one from Virginia tech.

15.  The fountains outside Rupp Arena turned blood red yesterday, but it wasn’t a prank by Louisville fans (or an act of Charleston Heston.)

16.  Here’s a closer look at South Carolina’s athletic budget in 2011.

17.  Derek Dooley says he’s stayed in touch with previous Tennessee coach Phillip Fulmer.

18.  Vanderbilt running back Lafonte Thompson — who switched his commitment from Virginia Tech to Vandy on National Signing Day 2011 — is being allowed to transfer away from the Commodores.

19.  Quarterback Corbin Berkstresser has been suspended by Missouri after his arrest for leaving the scene of an accident earlier this week.

20.  Tiger defensive back Robert Steeples is transferring to Memphis.

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