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SEC Headlines – 3/13/12 Part Two

1.  Florida’s Billy Donovan expected a #5 or #6 seed in the NCAA tourney.  Now he says it’s time to get over being a #7 seed and play ball.

2.  Offensive coordinator Mike Bobo isn’t the only person in Georgia upset over receiver Malcolm Mitchell’s move to cornerback.

3.  Expect to see more starters on the Dawgs’ special teams units.

4.  No surprise: Kentucky’s Anthony Davis has picked up a National Freshman of the Year honor.

5.  Depending on a play-in game, UK could face cross-state rival Western Kentucky or former-Wildcat-turned-coach Sean Woods of Mississippi Valley State in its first game.

6.  Oddsmakers in Vegas are listing Kentucky as the tourney favorite.

7.  There are plenty of questions as South Carolina wades into spring practice.

8.  Tennessee’s players are hoping they’ll have a home crowd cheering them on against Savannah State tonight.

9.  This writer says the NIT will offer several Vols a shot at redemption.

10.  Vanderbilt will head into the NCAA Tournament with confidence.

11.  Jeffery Taylor has had success in Albuquerque, where his Commodores will play Harvard.

12.  Week One of spring practice is in the books at Missouri.

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SEC Headlines – 1/4/12 Part Two

1.  Before gearing up for SEC play this weekend, Alabama coasted past Georgia Tech 73-48 last night.

2.  With Florida State tonight and the SEC up next, Tony Barbee says Auburn’s schedule is about to get “really real.”

3.  Arkansas won its sixth-straight game with a 83-66 blowout of Savannah State last night.

4.  Heading into Friday’s Cotton Bowl, Kansas State isn’t sure what to expect from the Razorbacks’ defense under new coordinator Paul Haynes.

5.  Mississippi State coaches got a pleasant surprise with defensive back Johnthan Banks’ decision to return for his senior season.

6.  Rick Stansbury didn’t expect his team to reach 13-2 in the manner it did.

7.  Ole Miss snapped a three-game losing streak by grinding out a 50-48 home win over SMU last evening.

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Time Changes Announced For Dec. 5 Basketball Doubleheader

- Time changes have been announced for the Dec. 5 South Carolina men’s and women’s basketball doubleheader. The men’s contest versus Clemson, originally scheduled for 1 p.m. has been moved to 4 p.m., while the women’s contest against Savannah State, which was originally scheduled at 4 p.m. has been moved to the 1 p.m. time slot.

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