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    • 39 SEC Teams Earn NCAA Public Recognition

      Thirty-nine Southeastern Conference teams have garnered NCAA Public Recognition Awards for earning an NCAA Division I Academic Progress Rate in the top-10 percent of all squads nationally in their respective sports in 2011-12.
    • Hussey Promoted to Associate Commissioner

      Charlie Hussey has been promoted to the position of Associate Commissioner for SEC Network Relations, the Southeastern Conference announced today.
    • SEC Game Managers Meet In Baton Rouge

      The game managers from each Southeastern Conference school gathered last week in Baton Rouge, La., for their annual meeting with SEC officials.
    • SEC Names Daniels Associate Commissioner

      Tiffany Daniels, currently the Senior Associate Athletics Director for External Affairs at Georgia State University, has been named Associate Commissioner with the Southeastern Conference, Commissioner Mike Slive announced Friday.
    • SEC Names Will Lawler Assistant Commissioner

      Will Lawler, Director of Compliance at the University of Tennessee, has been named Assistant Commissioner for Compliance with the Southeastern Conference, Commissioner Mike Slive announced Thursday.
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  • 3/20/2012
    The SEC "Numbers Game": Volume 4
    Whew. Everyone do themselves a favor and take a deep breath. Back with us? Ok. Let's try this again. It was that kind of weekend. After an intense and nail-biting start of the SEC baseball conference schedule, you might need a minute to wrap your head around what happened. There were close games, thrilling "upsets" and plenty to follow as the league's teams got together for the first time in 2012. As a fan, it was tremendously exciting to watch.  Full Story
  • 3/14/2012
    The SEC "Numbers Game": Volume 3
    Now, the fun really begins. With almost exactly a month of the 2012 season in the rear view mirror, conference play is set to begin this Friday in the Southeastern Conference. Teams will now face off against each other, as they begin the long trek to the league tournament in Hoover at the end of May.   Full Story
  • 3/7/2012
    The SEC In Nola: Wednesday Photoblog
    We are finally here. After spending a week in Nashville watching the league's top women's team compete, we are now in New Orleans for the SEC men's version of March Madness. Although games don't begin until tomorrow, the atmosphere both here in the city and at the event's arena are already high.  Full Story
  • 2/29/2012
    The SEC "Numbers Game": Volume 2
    On to volume two. After our maiden voyage last week, we return with a second look at some key numbers that are beginning to give shape to the 2012 campaign. A baseball season is much more of a marathon than a sprint, so it is important to keep perspective as each individual game gives way to the greater body of work that is an entire year.   Full Story
  • 2/22/2012
    The SEC "Numbers Game": Volume 1
    Everybody loves stats right? In no other game do numbers tell the story more than baseball. Have you ever looked at your favorite player’s batting average on the back of a baseball card? Ever scanned through a game program to look at home run totals? The ability to understand and compare players from different eras is one of the National Pastime's most endearing qualities. Home runs hit by Babe Ruth count the same as the round trippers hit by Albert Pujols, leaving the door open to remember the game's past.   Full Story

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