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SEC Headlines 2/26/2012

1. Kentucky 83 – Vanderbilt 74.  Career-high 28 points for Anthony Davis as Wildcats claim SEC title. Vanderbilt struggles on the boards – Wildcats with 10 offensive rebounds.

2. Kentucky freshman Michael Kidd-Gilchrist.  ”I’m graduating here. I’m not going nowhere.”

3. Georgia 76 – Florida 62.  Despite loss, Gators still earn a bye in SEC Tournament. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope leads the Bulldogs with 18 points.

4. Technical foul against Florida before the game even started.

5. Alabama 67 – Mississippi State 50.  JaMychal Green returns and freshman Levi Randolph scores a career-high 18 points. Five straight losses for Bulldogs - tied for second-worst stretch ever under Rick Stansbury. Missing Rodney Hood.

6. Kevin Scarbinsky: Mississippi State “may lead the nation in underachievement.”

7. Arkansas 77 – Auburn 71.  Razorbacks get their first road win of the year. Last time Arkansas won on the road?  At Auburn a year ago. Tigers blow a 17-point lead.

8. Ole Miss 72 – LSU 48.  Rebels lose by 26, then win by 24 against Tigers. Tigers’ Justin Hamilton held to two points.

9. Tennessee 73 – South Carolina 64. Make that six-of-seven for the surging Volunteers. Win despite 21 turnovers. Struggling Gamecocks at the bottom of the conference.

10. If the SEC sticks with an eight-game league schedule for football- something’s gotta give.

11. Former Alabama players show off their versatility at the NFL Scouting Combine.

12. LSU defensive tackle Michael Brockers skipping some drills at the combine.

13. From a Freshman All-American to being forced out of football, the story of Georgia’s Trinton Sturdivant.

14. John Calipari’s admiration for Nick Saban.

15.  The Citrus Bowl and Florida politics.

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16. Peyton Manning and the Miami Dolphins?

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SEC Headlines – 1/25/12 Part Two

1.  Alabama’s Tony Mitchell will look to bust out of a shooting slump tonight at South Carolina.

2.  This writer says he was expecting more bang from all the bucks being paid to Anthony Grant.

3.  Allen Payne and Josh Langford are hoping to take advantage of second chances at Auburn.

4.  Arkansas’ Hunter Mickelson had a breakthrough game against Michigan and now he’ll look to follow it up tonight against Auburn.

5.  LSU will travel to Mississippi State tonight…

6.  And the Tigers’ Justin Hamilton and the Bulldogs’ Arnett Moultrie have already had big impacts after transferring into the SEC.

7.  Mississippi State has had to report a number of secondary violations to the SEC since July.

8.  With a solid RPI, Ole Miss is hoping for an NCAA bid.

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