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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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  • 9/12/2012
    SEC Course Chronicles: Week 2
    We’re embarking on an important week in Southeastern Conference cross country action, as 13 of the league’s 14 teams will be in competition, including seven teams at the Commodore Classic in Nashville.  Full Story
  • 9/11/2012
    The Tuesday Take: Rivalry Renewed
    The rivalry is back. Sure, Florida and Tennessee have played each other every single season since 1990, but the annual match-up has lost a bit of the fervor that filled each contest in the 1990s.  Full Story
  • 9/10/2012
    The Monday "Three And Out": The Historic Weekend
    This particular weekend in the Southeastern Conference was all about history. New programs, rivalries created and streaks ended were the foundation of Saturday’s action, a true moment for reflection across the league. For fans in Columbia (MO) and College Station (TX), they’ll tell their grandchildren exactly where they were when their teams first took on the SEC.  Full Story
  • 9/5/2012
    SEC Course Chronicles: Week 1
    As any good track and field enthusiast knows, the sport never really has an off-season. That is especially true in Olympic years, where it headlines the world’s highest stage as a fan-favorite event. But for Southeastern Conference track and field fans, there has been a bit of a lull since league athletes competed at the NCAA Outdoor Championships in Des Moines, Iowa, in mid-June.  Full Story
  • 9/4/2012
    The Tuesday Take: The Wait Is Over
    An event that has been nearly a year in the making and has been eagerly anticipated by many Southeastern Conference fans is finally upon us. On Saturday, new league members Missouri and Texas A&M will play their first conference football games as a member of the SEC. As part of the SEC’s scheduling format for the 2012 season, both programs were afforded the opportunity to play their first league contests in front of their home faithful.  Full Story

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