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SEC Headlines – 6/28/11 Part Four

1.  Arkansas’ athletic budget ranks near the bottom of the SEC, but the Hogs don’t count pennies when it comes to hiring coaches.

2.  LSU football is feelin’ the love from preseason prognosticators.

3.  Trent Johnson says it’s “so far, so good” in Baton Rouge this summer.

4.  Mississippi State’s Rick Stansbury is the only coach bemoaning the league’s decision to dump divisions in basketball.

5.  Hotshot receiver prospect Tobias Singleton says his grades are in order and he’ll be enrolling at Ole Miss “by Wednesday.”

6.  Mississippi is spending time and money on educating its student-athletes on proper social media behavior (when it could just as easily pull the dang plug on those sites and be done with it).

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SEC Headlines 5/21/2011

1. Bruce Pearl and the Maine Red Claws?

2. Felony charges dropped against Rebel signee Tobias Singleton

3. Jon Solomon:  ”This isn’t about giving athletes salaries. It’s about letting athletes buy meals, do laundry, purchase school materials, and cover medical expenses not covered by their university. It’s about doing the right thing.”

4. Cam Newton on jersey #2: “I really don’t care. It’s just a number to me.”

5. The Nick Saban Foundation gift to tornado victims.

6. Former Georgia Bulldog Jake Scott and his legendary career.

7. Aflac is your new Heisman Trophy sponsor.

8. Along with North Carolina’s Roy Williams, Kentucky coach John Calipari honored at Dick Vitale’s charity function.

9. Calipari told Brandon Knight it was time to go to the NBA.

10. The LSU Tigers basketball team is 5-0 on its tour of Italy.

11. With heralded recruit Trevor Lacy in the fold, should coach Anthony Grant be worried about a one-and-done?

12. Lockouts aren’t just for the NFL.  Potential NBA rookies like Florida’s Chandler Parsons have to prepare for them as well.

Extras

13. The nation’s leading passer, receiver and rusher return this fall. Can they repeat?

14. Five storylines to watch at the Preakness today. Predictions.

15. Remembering the Macho Man.

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UM’s Singleton Sees His Court Case Continued

Four-star Ole Miss receiver signee Tobias Singleton is having his court case on charge of felony malicious mischief and misdemeanor simple assault and domestic violence continued.

Singleton is accused of having physically assaulted his ex-girlfriend and damaging her car last December.  His attorney accused the victim and her family of making false charges.

Singleton’s attorney also said it is in the “best interest of everyone” to delay the court date.  Singleton says the charges against him “aren’t true” and that he’s “looking forward to playing football at Ole Miss.”

Lawyers for both parties asked for the continuance.  No date has been set for a new hearing.

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