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Ole Miss And Georgia Pick Up SEC Men's Hoops Wins

The Ole Miss men’s basketball team celebrates a big win today over its in state rival Mississippi State after the Rebels knock off the 18th ranked Bulldogs 75-68 Wednesday in Oxford. Reginald Buckner scored a career high 19 points while pulling down 15 boards to lead the Rebels to the …

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Missouri Officially In SEC; WRUF TV Has Live Coverage Today!

After many weeks of speculation, the University of Missouri was officially welcomed into the Southeastern Conference via a statement released today by Commissioner Mike Slive. WRUF TV Channel 6 on the Cox Cable system will have live coverage of the announcement of Missouri’s move to the SEC starting at 5:30pm …

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Two Georgia Players Suspended For UF Game By SEC

After reviewing tapes from the end of the Vanderbilt-Georgia game last Saturday, SEC Commissioner Mike Slive announced today that three players would face suspensions that would occur in this week’s games. Two players from Georgia will be suspended for the first half of the Florida game next week; defensive lineman …

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Slive Says SEC Not Considering Other Schools At This Time

SEC Commissioner Mike Slive says the league is not looking to add a 14th tem anytime soon. Speaking on a conference call on Tuesday to welcome Texas A&M as the league’s newest member, Slive said the league anticipates having 13 teams next season when the Aggies officially join the league. …

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Texas A&M Officially In SEC Leads Monday Sports News

The Southeastern Conference officially has a new member today and that leads our stories in Monday Sports News And Notes… With little surprise, the SEC has formally announced that Texas A&M will be a new member of the league. The move will become effective next July. Tony Stewart possibly made …

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Is Missouri Headed To SEC?

Published reports Wednesday say Missouri has informally agreed to join the SEC but the SEC is denying the claim. The Birmingham News and the Kansas City Star newspapers reported that the SEC had either offered Missouri a spot in the conference or that the issue was already agreed to; however, …

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Texas A&M Accepted Into SEC

The Southeastern Conference has voted to accept Texas A&M University as a new menber beginning as early as next year but one more hurdle may be in the way before that becomes a reality. University of Florida president Bernie Machen released a statement today on behalf of the SEC saying …

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Texas A&M Not In SEC…Yet

SEC presidents have met and voted on the possibility of Texas A&M joining the SEC and at least for now, the league has voted to stay where it is at with 12 teams. University of Florida president Bernie Machen is the chairman of the SEC Presidents and Chancellors Committee and …

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