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Golson Expected To Leave UM For Red Sox

Several weeks ago, there was much rejoicing in Oxford when cornerback signee Senquez Golson announced that he would be playing football at Ole Miss rather than baseball in the Boston Red Sox farm system.  But the player appears to have had a change of heart.

Golson was in Boston today to take a physical and — reportedly — to negotiate a contract with the baseball club.  If Golson does leave the Rebels, it’s expected to be a rather big loss down the road.

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SEC Headlines – 6/14/11 Part Four

1.  Vanderbilt basketballer Steve Tchiengang underwent successful ankle surgery yesterday.  His recovery should take three months.

2.  This Auburn writer points out the Arkansas returns a lot more offensive weapons than the Tigers in 2011.

3.  Another ex-Razorback has landed elsewhere.

4.  Ole Miss football signee Senquez Golson says his negotiations with the Boston Red Sox are “pretty much over at this point… I’m going to school for football.”

5.  Murphy Holloway will still have to get a waiver from the NCAA to play hoops in Oxford this season.  (That’s what happens when you transfer from Ole Miss to South Carolina and then back to Ole Miss.)

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SEC Headlines – 6/13/11

1.  When it comes to Alabama’s Trent Richardson, let the Heisman talk begin.

2.  A few ex-Razorbacks have landed elsewhere after some recent “roster management” moves at Arkansas.

3.  This writer thinks the Hogs are headed toward a 10-win season.

4.  Defensive back Senquez Golson says he’s picked the Ole Miss football team over the Boston Red Sox.

5.  UM officials want their new black bear mascot to connect with children.  (So the kids’ parents won’t boo it?)

6.  Joker Phillips and a pair of his Kentucky football players experienced a life-altering trip to Ethiopia last month.

7.  This year’s UK basketball class might be the most hyped yet.  (Yes, really.)

8.  Tennessee’s football team is building character by building houses this summer.

9.  When Larry Scott tried to expand the Pac-10 — now the Pac-12 — to 16 teams last summer, we suggested folks should take the man seriously.  Now CBSSports.com has named the Pac-12 commish as the #1 power broker in college sports.

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