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If you missed it: CBS's Dennis Dodd - CWS victory caps Stellar Sports Year for SEC

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Gamecocks' repeat caps another stellar sports year for SEC - CBSSports.com

Pretty good column, a couple of weeks old but the comments underneath the column are worth reading and still happening.

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scrooster said:

Gamecocks' repeat caps another stellar sports year for SEC - CBSSports.com

Pretty good column, a couple of weeks old but the comments underneath the column are worth reading and still happening.
Still haven't got tired of reading about it.  Seeing how Ray Tanner runs his baseball team inspires me to have higher expectations for the players on all the teams.  That's the difference between building a Program rather than just a team.  And Ray's way of thinking makes it easier to do the right thing when any player misbehaves, ain't that right, Coach Spurrier!