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The Progression Of Chris Walker

18 July 2014 - 11:39 AM

Chris was long, lean, and wiry when he walked onto the UF campus, barely 200 lbs... I think Pat Young must have showed him where the fridge and the weight room are.

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December 16, 2013 to February 1, 2014

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UGA's Brandon Morris Arrested & Dismissed From Team

14 July 2014 - 11:28 PM

for felony possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.


Brandon Morris dismissed at Georgia

Updated: July 14, 2014, 5:34 PM ET

ATLANTA -- Georgia forward Brandon Morris has been kicked off the basketball team following his arrest on a marijuana charge.

The Athens-Clarke County Jail said Monday he was arrested early Sunday and later posted bond. He was charged with felony possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.

Morris was suspended for three games last season for a violation of team rules. Coach Mark Fox said on the team's website that Morris has a "very clear understanding of our expectation. Unfortunately, I've had to dismiss him from our team."

Morris, a junior, was set to return as one of four starters for a team that won 20 games last season before losing in the second round of the NIT to Louisiana Tech. He averaged 8.6 points and 3.4 rebounds.

http://espn.go.com/m...ted-kicked-team

Chandler Parsons Hits FA Jackpot, Named to Team USA

14 July 2014 - 11:20 PM

Former Gator Chandler Parsons has had a week to remember. First, the Dallas Mavericks were impressed enough with his meteoric rise in the league to sign him to a 3-year, $46 million contract.

And then yesterday he was added to the Team U.S.A. roster, joining Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson (Golden State), Derrick Rose (Chicago), Kevin Durant (OKC), Kevin Love (Minnesota), James Harden (Houston), Anthony Davis (New Orleans), Kyrie Irving (Cleveland), Blake Griffin (Clippers), Paul George (Indiana), Damian Lillard (Portland), Andre Drummond (Detroit), Kenneth Faried (Denver), Kyle Korver (Atlanta), Gordon Hayward (Utah), DeMar DeRozan (Toronto), DeMarcus Cousins (Sacramento), and fellow Gator Bradley Beal (Washington).

http://www.gatorzone...ry.php?id=28422

The SEC In The 21st Century - National Championships

08 July 2014 - 08:35 PM

How has the 21st century treated the SEC so far? 15 years into the 21st century, through the 2013-14 season, I thought it might be interesting to see how our conference's programs have done in their quests for National Championships and athletic superiority. There are still some 2014 titles to be won; but they will be part of the 2014-15 season.

Starting with the 2000 season, these are the titles our teams have won. In some cases the titles were won when teams were still members of another conference; but of course those teams brought their titles with them when they joined ours... they didn't have to leave them behind, they belong to the school.

2000
Arkansas - Men's Cross Country
Arkansas - Men's Indoor Track & Field

Georgia - Women's Swimming & Diving
Georgia - Women's Tennis

Louisiana State - Baseball
Louisiana State - Women's Outdoor Track & Field


2001
Florida - Men's Golf
Georgia - Men's Tennis
Georgia - Wonen's Golf
Georgia - Women's Swimming & Diving

Louisiana State - Men's Indoor Track & Field
Tennessee - Men's Outdoor Track & Field


2002
Alabama - Women's Gymnastics
Auburn - Women's Swimming & Diving
Louisiana State - Men's Outdoor Track & Field
Louisiana State - Women's Indoor Track & Field

South Carolina - Women's Outdoor Track & Field
Tennessee - Men's Indoor Track & Field


2003
Arkansas - Men's Indoor Track & Field
Arkansas - Men's Outdoor Track & Field

Auburn - Men's Swimming & Diving
Auburn - Women's Swimming & Diving

Florida - Women's Tennis
Louisiana State - Football
Louisiana State - Women's Indoor Track & Field
Louisiana State - Women's Outdoor Track & Field


2004
Auburn - Men's Swimming & Diving
Auburn - Women's Swimming & Diving

Louisiana State - Men's Indoor Track & Field
Louisiana State - Women's Indoor Track & Field


2005
Arkansas - Men's Indoor Track & Field
Auburn - Men's Swimming & Diving
Georgia - Men's Golf
Georgia - Women's Gymnastics
Georgia - Women's Swimming & Diving

Tennessee - Women's Indoor Track & Field


2006
Arkansas - Men's Indoor Track & Field
Auburn - Men's Swimming & Diving
Auburn - Women's Swimming & Diving
Auburn - Women's Outdoor Track & Field

Florida - Men's Basketball
Florida - Football

Georgia - Women's Gymnastics


2007
Auburn - Men's Swimming & Diving
Auburn - Women's Swimming & Diving

Florida - Men's Basketball
Georgia - Men's Tennis
Georgia - Women's Gymnastics

Louisiana State - Football
Tennessee - Women's Basketball
Vanderbilt - Women's Bowling


2008
Florida - Football
Georgia - Men's Tennis
Georgia - Women's Gymnastics

Louisiana State - Women's Outdoor Track & Field
Tennessee - Women's Basketball


2009
Alabama - Football
Auburn - Men's Swimming & Diving
Georgia - Women's Gymnastics
Louisiana State - Baseball
Tennessee - Women's Indoor Track & Field
Texas A&M - Men's Outdoor Track & Field
Texas A&M - Women's Outdoor Track & Field


2010
Auburn - Football
Florida - Men's Indoor Track & Field
Florida - Women's Swimming & Diving

South Carolina - Baseball
Texas A&M - Men's Outdoor Track & Field
Texas A&M - Women's Outdoor Track & Field


2011
Alabama - Football
Alabama - Women's Gymnastics

Florida - Men's Indoor Track & Field
Florida - Women's Tennis

Kentucky - Rifle
South Carolina - Baseball
Texas A&M - Men's Outdoor Track & Field
Texas A&M - Women's Basketball
Texas A&M - Women's Outdoor Track & Field


2012
Alabama - Football
Alabama - Softball
Alabama - Women's Golf
Alabama - Women's Gymnastics

Florida - Men's Indoor Track & Field
Florida - Men's Outdoor Track & Field
Florida - Women's Tennis

Kentucky - Men's Basketball


2013
Alabama - Men's Golf
Arkansas - Men's Indoor Track & Field
Florida - Women's Gymnastics
Florida* - Men's Outdoor Track & Field

Texas A&M* - Men's Outdoor Track & Field
Georgia - Women's Swimming & Diving


* Tied for National Championship

2014
Alabama - Men's Golf
Florida - Softball
Florida - Women's Gymnastics

Georgia - Women's Swimming & Diving
Vanderbilt - Baseball

Totals - 97 National Championships - 11 Teams (Florida 17, Georgia 16, Auburn 13, Louisiana State 13, Alabama 10, Texas A&M 8, Arkansas 7, Tennessee 6, South Carolina 3, Kentucky 2, Vanderbilt 2)

... to be continued...


Notes: Arkansas was forced to vacate 2 National Championships in Men's Outdoor Track & Field in 2004 and 2005. Florida was the runner-up both years and was supposed to be awarded the titles... a decade later they're still waiting on the NCAA, of course.

LSU was forced to vacate the 2012 Women's Outdoor Track & Field National Championship.

Not too shabby; looking forward to many more.

Billy Donovan #1 In ESPN Top 50 College Basketball Coaches

04 July 2014 - 12:01 AM

Originally Published: July 3, 2014


Top 50 coaches: No. 1 Billy Donovan

By ESPN.com

Editor's note: Over the past five weeks, we revealed the top 50 coaches in college basketball as decided by our ESPN Forecast panel. Today we unveil No. 2: Kentucky's John Calipari and No. 1: Florida's Billy Donovan.

It was the spring of 2007, and Billy Donovan had options.

Donovan had just engineered the first back-to-back national championships in 25 years. He was just 42. In the matter of 10 seasons at Florida, he had put himself in the rarefied coaching stratosphere -- the place where you get to make your own demands and know they'll be met, where any college program will have you, where NBA general managers are bound to come calling.

It was all happening for Donovan. Throughout the spring, rumors of Kentucky's interest abounded. Donovan had been an assistant at UK under Rick Pitino; it's where he got his coaching start. Kentucky had just waved farewell to Tubby Smith, and was reportedly eager to reel Donovan in. But Donovan kept the Wildcats at arm's reach, refusing to acknowledge any official contact. Eventually, he demurred. Kentucky hired Billy Gillispie instead.

And then, in late May, the Orlando Magic came calling. The Magic had fired Brian Hill after two losing seasons. After a week of deliberation, Donovan agreed to take the job. On June 1, Donovan was introduced in Orlando. But on June 2, Donovan had changed his mind. The Magic grudgingly released him from his contract and hired Stan Van Gundy instead.

Think of the counterfactuals here. Had Donovan been remotely interested in Kentucky, he'd probably still be there. Gillispie would never have been hired. His successor, John Calipari, who has since turned Kentucky into an annual behemoth, might still be at Memphis. What if Donovan had stayed in Orlando? The Magic won 50-plus games in each of the next four seasons; they went to the NBA Finals in 2008-09, the season Florida slogged its way to a second consecutive NIT.

Instead, Donovan stayed. And seven years later, he's the No. 1 coach in our ESPN Forecast top 50.

In doing so, the Florida coach edged out Calipari, Tom Izzo, Mike Krzyzewski and Pitino. It's hard to think of a better testament to Donovan's current stature in the sport than this one.

http://espn.go.com/n...a-billy-donovan