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Latest SEC Items
Johnny Football and the SEC newbies from Texas A&M took down the biggest bully in their new neighborhood and left No. 1 Alabama with badly bruised national championship hopes.
The Superdome in New Orleans will be the site of the new marquee bowl matching the Southeastern Conference and Big 12, and the game will still be called the Sugar Bowl.
High-scoring football is being played across the nation, and no teams are more prolific than those in the Big 12.
Kentucky football coach Joker Phillips knew after Saturday's embarrassing loss to Vanderbilt that keeping his job would be tough. The end came a day later.
Florida has reason to celebrate, although it's not enough to elicit much reaction from coach Will Muschamp or his players.
OK, so maybe it's not the Game of the Century.
A BCS championship game without a Southeastern Conference team?
Unlike football, Missouri's transition to the SEC might not be so difficult when it comes to the other marquee sport.
For Bradley Beal, celebrating his 19th birthday didn't include a gathering of childhood friends and family in his hometown of St. Louis. Nor did it involve a group of college friends hanging out on campus at the University of Florida.