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Recuperated from yesterday's U.S.-Ghana match at the World Cup yet? Check out this snippet of video that one of my media cohorts in Baton Rouge, Ross Dellenger, shot at the Varsity Theatre shortly after the Americans scored the winning goal. LSU folks know how to celebrate ... that's for sure.
Here are today's SEC links:
South Carolina officials are working out the details for a George Rogers statue and “Heisman Plaza” outside Williams-Brice Stadium.
Auburn offensive line coach J.B. Grimes said Monday that Ole Miss transfer Austin Golson will likely redshirt this season before becoming eligible to play in 2015.
Carl Lawson's uncertain status for 2014 is “an opportunity for somebody else to step up" on Auburn's defensive line, according to position coach Rodney Garner.
Missouri confirmed Monday that cornerback Ernest Payton and defensive tackle DeQuinton Osborne had voluntarily left the football program.
The legacies keep coming in recruiting for Tennessee – there are five sons of ex-Vols football players in this year's signing class – and that trend will apparently continue beyond this season.
LSU associate athletic director Brian Broussard told The Advocate in Baton Rouge that the school expects to distribute a record 73,000-plus season tickets this season at newly expanded Tiger Stadium.
The Tennessean's Jeff Lockridge ran an interesting profile of Vanderbilt athletic director David Williams over the weekend.
Larry Dupree, one of the toughest running backs in Florida history, passed away on Sunday at age 71.
Athlon teamed up with some bloggers and other media members from around the SEC to rank the stadiums from 1-14.
Remember Jeremiah Masoli, Marshay Green and Brandon McRae? They're among 13 players from Mississippi schools who are playing in the CFL, which opens the season on June 26.
Recuperated from yesterday's U.S.-Ghana match at the World Cup yet? Check out this snippet of video that one of my media cohorts in Baton Rouge, Ross Dellenger, shot at the Varsity Theatre shortly after the Americans scored the winning goal.