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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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  • 6/30/2012
    Nation Photoblog: The Atlanta Welcome
    Today, it was Atlanta's turn. Even though the Southeastern Conference's newest additions, Missouri and Texas A&M, don't join the league officially until July 1st, the SEC's welcoming committee has already started.  Full Story
  • 6/18/2012
    Just Like That, Florida's Season Is Over
    For 65 games this season, the Florida Gators were one of the nation's premier teams. Head coach Kevin O'Sullivan was at the helm of the number one seed in the NCAA Tournament, a squad that breezed to a 5-0 regional record en route to a third straight trip to the College World Series. This was supposed to be Florida's year. Just two games later, the Gator's magical run is over.  Full Story
  • 6/12/2012
    The SEC "Numbers Game": Destination Omaha
    It is time for Omaha. After 735 games in the 2012 season, three teams from the Southeastern Conference are headed to the Mecca of college baseball to compete for a National Championship. Out of the nation's final eight, three league squads hope to continue an impressive SEC run, with all eyes on capturing the conference's fourth straight national crown. NCAA Regionals and Super Regionals are in the past, with just one more tournament separating team from title.   Full Story
  • 6/5/2012
    The SEC "Numbers Game": Super Regionals
    And then there were four. The last time we chatted here at the "Numbers Game", 10 teams from the Southeastern Conference were left as postseason play began. That number has been cut in half, almost, has just four remain as we head to Super Regional play.   Full Story
  • 6/5/2012
    A “Slow Monday” In The SEC
    This is the time of year were things are supposed to be slowing down. After returning to the office after a week at SEC Spring Meetings, the normal course of action is to start stepping back from the daily grind. Ironically, my first day back in the office during the “cool down” period coincided with one of the busiest days the SEC Digital Network has seen in the past two months. While the sheer number of contests might have been smaller, the importance of what was transpiring made it all the more critical.   Full Story


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