Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning …
From SaturdayDownSouth.com, an interesting read as it ranks SEC football coaches from most secure to least secure heading into the 2016 season. I think they have Hugh Freeze ranked in the right spot. Some questionable placement for others. ….
LSU got some good news Monday with some key players returning:
#LSU confirms CB Tre'Davious White and LB Kendell Beckwith will return for their senior seasons. Good news for the Tigers.
Sunday on the blog I asked the question, ‘Who will score for Ole Miss next year when Stefan Moody is gone?’ This guy might be part of the answer. Stock is rising for Ole Miss 2016-2017 basketball signee Breein Tyree, a 6-2 point guard from Metuchen, N.J. 247Sports has bumped him up to a four-star and has him rated their No. 93 player in the country. Rivals still rates him a three-star and does not have him among its top national prospects. …
Though it struggled this year Missouri was better at the start of its SEC transition than many thought it would be:
Should no #Mizzou players declare for NFL draft, would be 1st yr since 2011 that Tigers didn't lose underclassmen to draft, I believe.
Interesting tid-bit here on SEC basketball’s No. 2 scorer, Tennessee guard Kevin Punter, who is averaging 22.4 points a game. Ole Miss, at home against South Carolina tonight, plays at Tennessee on March 5, the last game of the regular season:
#Vols Sr PG Kevin Punter is nuts. His coaches forbade him from practicing Sunday, but he sneaked into Pratt and worked out on his own.
Seven years after spurning LSU baseball for a shot at the bigs, Zack Von Rosenberg is back on campus, but it’s across Nicholson drive with the football team. …