So much college news

The Associated Press gave out its SEC awards today. Here are the winners:

AP SEC Coach of the Year
Matthew Mitchell, Kentucky

AP SEC Player of the Year
Victoria Dunlap, Kentucky

AP SEC Newcomer of the Year
Kelsey Bone, South Carolina

AP All-SEC First Team
Victoria Dunlap, Kentucky
Allison Hightower, LSU
Bianca Thomas, Ole Miss
Angie Bjorklund, Tennessee
Kelley Cain, Tennessee

AP All-SEC Second Team
Ashley Houts, Georgia
Kelsey Bone, South Carolina
Shekinna Stricklen, Tennessee
Alexis Rack, Mississippi State
Jence Rhoads, Vanderbilt

Nebraska has come a looooong way since last year.

Cleveland State is gunning for Notre Dame.

Ohio State is trying not to think about any possible UConn matchups.

ESPN’s Graham Hays’ five burning questions about this year’s tournament are on the money, as usual:

1. Could Tennessee’s nightmare last year cause headaches for everyone else this season?

2. Which No. 1 seed has the toughest road to San Antonio?

3. Which player’s star might get a chance to shine in the first two rounds?

4. Where’s the best place to be for the first two rounds?

5. What’s the “other” story of this year’s NCAA tournament?

Stanford has a clear path to the Final Four (duh!).

And the lone WNBA entry: Katie Smith signs with the Washington Mystics. I wonder if this will break their curse?

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