Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Commodore Banter (3/12)

Spring practice has started for the football team and Coach Johnson has seen plenty to like, notes

The search for a quarterback continues with Macenzie Adams and Chris Nickson battling for the August 28 start against Miami of Ohio, writes Maurice Patton.

Georgia Sports Blog thinks the Dores could go a long way in Atlanta this week.

Bill Traughber writes that there is evidence that Vanderbilt may have had been the first college to field a basketball team.

Women's tennis has soared to No. 9 in the country after a close win over then-No. 2 Georgia Tech. Are they the most underrated and under-appreciated team on campus?

The SEC tournament should be in Tennessee, as Doug Segrest writes.

Shan Foster received a text message from last year's SEC player of the year Derrick Byars for keeping the award in the Commodore family.

Roger Olivieri runs through his SEC baseball notebook and reminds readers that even in Pedro Alvarez's absence, there is still plenty of talent around with Minor and de la Osa leading the way.

Tennessee Coach Bruce Pearl isn't shy about where he thinks his team stands. If not for North Carolina, Pearl thinks Tennessee could be the No. 1 overall seed in the tournament, writes Mike Griffith.

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