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SETH DAVIS'S THREE-POINTER

Jan. 09, 2012
Jan. 09, 2012

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Jan. 9, 2012

LEADING OFF
Inside: THE WEEK IN SPORTS
BCS CHAMPIONSHIP PREVIEW
  • SI asked three SEC assistant coaches to break down the first LSU-Alabama game and analyze how the rematch will play out. Their conclusions? Another low-scoring affair, with a surprise ending

  • COMPILED BY Gene Menez

    FROM LSU COACH LES MILES'S RECORD IN GAMES DECIDED BY SEVEN POINTS OR FEWER TO HOW MANY THREE-AND-OUTS ALABAMA'S DEFENSE HAS FORCED THIS SEASON, HERE's EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE BCS CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS

TOM BRADY
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SETH DAVIS'S THREE-POINTER

Rutgers will get a huge bounce from upsetting Florida last Thursday. The Scarlet Knights might not make the NCAA tournament, but because their top four scorers are three freshmen and a sophomore, their future is bright.... Festus Ezeli's return gives Vanderbilt a big lift. The Commodores' 6'11" senior center has played in only three games because of a knee injury, but even in a heavy brace he grabbed seven rebounds in 17 minutes in Vandy's 17-point win at Marquette last week.... Maryland, which already boasts the nation's sixth-leading scorer in 6'1" sophomore Terrell Stoglin (21.8 ppg), recently welcomed back two starters in 6'3" sophomore guard Pe'Shon Howard, who broke his foot in October, and 7'1" freshman center Alex Len, who served a 10-game suspension for violating amateurism rules while playing for a club in his native Ukraine.

This is an article from the Jan. 9, 2012 issue

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