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2015 Vanderbilt Commodores Football Preview

Vanderbilt head coach Derek Mason walked into a lose-lose situation last season. Mason was replacing James Franklin, who turned around a football program that was once considered the laughing stock of the Southeastern Conference. In his final year as coach of the Commodores in 2013, Franklin led Vanderbilt to a …

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SEC Teams in the Big Dance

Though Kentucky is the most talked about SEC (and overall) team in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament this year, the Wildcats have plenty of conference company.  Five-seed Arkansas, nine-seed LSU, 10-seed Georgia, and 11-seed Ole Miss will all get their shot in the Big Dance. Number one overall Kentucky is …

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Gators, Crawford Put Together Complete Game Against Ole Miss

Florida baseball evened the series against Ole Miss winning 7-0 Saturday afternoon in Gainesville. The Gators improved to 12-16 overall and 3-5 in SEC play. The Rebels fell to 23-5 and 4-4. Gator starting pitcher Jonathon Crawford (1-4) went the distance to pick up his first win of the season. …

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Must Win Game For Gators Women’s Hoops Tonight

The Gators women’s basketball team will take the court against Ole Miss (7-11, 0-5 SEC) tonight in the Stephen C. O’Connell Center.  Florida (13-6, 2-3 SEC) is coming off back to back conference losses including a horrible shooting performance in the South Carolina game this past Sunday where the team shot …

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Three SEC Teams Will Play In the NIT Tonight

The National Invitational Tournament begins tonight and LSU, Mississippi State, and Tennessee will be representing the South Eastern Conference. The fourth seeded Mississippi State Bulldogs will play at home against fifth seeded Massachusetts at 7 p.m.  The Bulldogs finished their season 22-11 overall and 8-8 in conference play.  Mississippi State had a …

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NIT Preview of SEC Teams

With everyone scrambling to fill out their brackets for the NCAA Tournament this week, four Southeastern Conference teams were selected to the big dance. However, another four SEC teams found themselves in a completely different tournament after last night’s selections. The National Invitational Tournament, the oldest college basketball tournament, tips off on March 13th …

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