Weekly Walk Around The SEC

Dec 3, 2011; Atlanta, GA, USA; A detailed view of an SEC logo on a yard marker during the first half of the 2011 SEC championship game between the LSU Tigers and the Georgia Bulldogs at the Georgia Dome. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

 

From USA Today

First-year Arkansas coach Bret Bielema came to Fayetteville to beat Alabama and win SEC championships, he told a gathering of supporters on Mar. 28 at the Saline County Razorback Club annual fish fry.

 

From Fan Sided

The University of Georgiaannounced a complete re-branding of their athletic programs yesterday as part of their partnership with Nike. The re-branding includes a new focus on logos as well as some adjustments to the fonts and numbers used on team’s uniforms throughout the university.

Of course, this means the football team, basketball team, and all of the athletic programs will be receiving new uniforms for the 2013-14 season and beyond.

 

From ESPN

Trey Burke and Michigan had the perfect response for everyone who said they were too young or not tough enough to make it all the way to Atlanta.

The championship trophy for the South Region is headed back to Ann Arbor, while another fabulous group of young Wolverines is going to the Final Four.

Led by Burke and sharp-shooting guard Nik Stauskas, one of three freshmen starters, Michigan controlled Florida from start to finish in a 79-59 win Sunday.

 

From CBS Sports

Former Notre Dame quarterback Gunner KielvisitedCincinnatiover the weekend, but the former five-star revealed Tuesday that he has a long list of possible transfer locations.

Kiel told ESPN.com that, in addition to Cincinnati, the quarterback has been contacted by Ole Miss, Mississippi State, and Kansas State. Kiel also indicated that Tennessee,Ball State, Northern Illinois and Miami (Ohio) are also options.

 

From Dallas Morning News

Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel’s antics have been well documented.

Partying, courtside seats to NBA games, meeting celebrities. It’s all in a days work for Manziel after becoming the first freshman to win the Heisman Trophy.

After months of behavior that has truly never been seen before in the college game, fans are growing weary of Manziel’s actions and they aren’t the only ones.

Appearing on ESPN’s College Football Live, Andre Ware who won the 1989 Heisman Trophy had some points to make on behalf of former Heisman winners towards Manziel’s actions.

“Tone it down,” Ware said when asked about how Manziel conducted himself off the field. “You’re not the same guy you were before you won the Heisman Trophy. There’s a responsibility that comes with it to no only yourself and the Texas A&M program but for past Heisman winners as well.

Topics: Basketball, Football, SEC, Tennessee Volunteers

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