Albama Arkansas Auburn Florida Georgia Kentucky LSU Mississippi State Missouri Ole-Miss USC Tennessee Texas A&M Vanderbilt

SEC Headlines – 1/19/12 Part Two

1.  Florida has had to rely on reserves due to injuries…

2.  But Patric Young is expected to play against LSU Saturday.  (Whoops, originally listed that game as tonight for some reason.  Sorry to those who rushed out to buy tickets.)

3.  With last night’s win, Georgia’s now won back-to-back games against Tennessee for the first time since 2001.

4.  Kentucky’s football attendance has dropped more than any other program in the SEC since 2009.

5.  Some are kicking around a new name for South Carolina — “Cornerback U.”

6.  Steve Spurrier’s doing well after knee replacement surgery.

7.  Tennessee blew a chance at a rare SEC road win last night.

8.  Vanderbilt’s Festus Ezeli will be tested by Alabama and Mississippi State over the next three days.

Post Comments » No Comments

 

 

SEC Headlines – 3/10/11 Part Three

1.  Beating Tennessee on Saturday gave Kentucky a great draw in the SEC tourney.

2.  Announcer Joe Dean Jr. expects UK to play a little stufferino with the competition in Atlanta.

3.  South Carolina’s Darrin Horn says the SEC tourney is “a fresh start for everybody.”

4.  Horn’s players are so inexperienced that only two have ever set foot in a dome before.

5.  Tennessee’s new strength coach Ron McKeefery says the football Vols have made “huge strides,” but they’ve “got a long way to go still.”

6.  Bruce Pearl’s players haven’t lost their confidence… despite losing six of their last nine games.

7.  Pearl has had more SEC tourney success than his predecessors.

8.  Vanderbilt’s Festus Ezeli is the biggest positive turnaround story in the SEC this year.

9.  The Commodores will open tourney play tonight against an LSU team that has lost 13 of its last 14 games. 

Post Comments » One Comment

 

 

Ezeli And Harris Earn SEC Player Of The Week Honors

The SEC has handed out its weekly basketball honors and both will go to players in the Volunteer State.

Vanderbilt’s Festus Ezeli has been named the SEC’s Player of the Week after averaging 19.0 points, 6.5 rebounds and 3.0 blocks per game in wins over Western Kentucky and Belmont.

Tennessee’s Tobias Harris has been honored as the SEC’s Freshman of the Week after scoring 21 points and leading the Vols in steals (3) against Middle Tennessee State.

Post Comments » Comments (10)

 

 



Follow Us On:
Mobile MrSEC