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WOW Headlines – 2/5/12

Former Tennessee football coach Derek Dooley has been officially named receivers coach for the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys
Dooley’s new job will not impact his $5 million buyout from Tennessee
Ex-Mississippi State WR Chad Bumphis has angered some Ole Miss fans via Twitter by telling prospects “DON’T go with the money!”
Ole Miss stands to finish with a top 10 recruiting class leading to rumors of rule-breaking
Reports out of New Orleans say Georgia defensive defensive corodinator Todd Grantham will interview for the same position with the Saints
In SEC hoops action Tuesday night, Arkansas beat Florida 80-69 and Kentucky beat South Carolina 77-55
Tennessee’s Kenny Hall will not be suspended after getting arrested for driving on a suspended driver’s license
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SEC Headlines 6/19/2012

1. Can compromise be reached on a four-team playoff model?  ACC Commissioner John Swofford says yes. “Our preference is that the semifinals be incorporated into the bowl system, which seems to be in good shape,” Swofford said. “We’re comfortable with the championship game being bid out.”

2. Which new players will make an immediate impact at Auburn this fall?

3. “Go to Hell, Auburn” sticker sparks tension on a Southwest Airlines flight.

4. Arkansas lineman Jason Peacock will spend 10 days in jail for stealing a debit card to buy gas.

5. Bobby Petrino takes a bath on his Fayetteville home.

6. Potential jurors in the Harvey Updyke trial will be quizzed about their knowledge of Toomer’s Corner. Pool includes seven people employed by Auburn. Lots of questions about Auburn ties.

7. Georgia-Georgia Tech may be an annual rivalry but only the 5th most important game on the Bulldogs schedule this fall.

8. Kentucky safety Dakotah Tyler will be back on the Wildcats team this fall.

9. When Tennessee and Alabama play on October 20th – Peyton Manning will be in attendance.

10. Projected win totals for all 124 FBS teams. Top 10 easiest non-conference schedules – three SEC teams make the list.

11. An Orlando bowl game gets rebranded.

12. Gary Parrish: “Despite the departures of Anthony Davis, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Terrence Jones, Marquis Teague, Doron Lamb and Darius Miller, nobody can match UK’s roster strictly in terms of talent.”

13. Ticket prices are going up for Kentucky basketball games. Cost of UK scholarships have nearly tripled since 2002. Kentucky football budget projected at $2 million less for 2012-2013.

14. Anthony Davis a darkhorse to make the USA basketball Olympic roster?

15. 22 points for Jarnell Stokes as Team USA moves to 3–0.

16. Tennessee’s Kenny Hall finally reemerges following a February suspension while Vol fans look for improvement from 6’9″ Yemi Makanjuola.

17. Bradley Beal and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist work out for the Charlotte Bobcats.

18. Six newcomers mean more options for Ole Miss basketball coach Andy Kennedy.

19. The dumbest NCAA rules you’ve never heard of.

20. Nick Saban likes the new Pop Warner rules limiting contact.

21. Kevin Sumlin’s message to Aggie fans looking forward to travel in the SEC: “I bet you’ll have a different answer for me next year.”

Extras

22. Details of Urban Meyer’s contract at Ohio State are released.

23. The U.S. military spends millions of taxpayer dollars every year on sports sponsorships.  Should it be cut?

24.  Len Bias and 26 years ago today.

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SEC Headlines – 6/21/11 Part Three

1.  Mark Richt is currently on a mission trip in Honduras.

2.  Defensive back Victor Hampton — dismissed from South Carolina’s team last Thursday due to a violation of team rules — has now been reinstated.

3.  Tennessee’s Kenny Hall says he’s ready to be a leader for the basketball Vols.

4.  If the NBA draft were based upon production at the college level, ESPN.com’s Eamonn Brennan believes the SEC would be without a lottery pick.

5.  Another ex-Auburn footballer arrested for armed robbery has been denied youthful offender status.

6.  Legendary MSU broadcaster Jack Cristil talks about his fondest memory… and it comes from basketball.

7.  Feel the need to fight over the fate of what amounts to a giant stuffed animal?  Then head to Mississippi for the eight-city “Colonel Reb Road Tour.”

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