Media day means an uptick in SEC news

College team news:

SEC media day review.

Mississippi aims to take the final step.

Can South Carolina fly under the radar? Coach Dawn Staley thinks they might.

The Lady Vols’ season preview was a pressing matter at SEC media day.

Why is Maryland smiling? There is more help for Kaila Charles.

Ohio State is betting on graduate transfers to stay afloat this season.

College player news:

Macy Miller enters her senior year at South Dakota State with records to break and a legacy to secure.

Missouri’s Sophie Cunningham praises South Carolina fans’ dedication to booing her.

Texas transfer Danni Williams is taking shots at TAMU fans.

Christyn Williams has apologized to UConn coach Geno Auriemma for her Championship predictions, but still exudes confidence.

A chance encounter with Pat Summitt got Tennessee freshman Mimi Collins hooked on the Lady Vols.

College coach news:

Don’t come for Vic Schaefer: he isn’t having it.

TAMU coach Gary Blair is looking forward to a new season.

Lindsay Whalen is bringing her familiar face and a lot of memories back to the Barn.

Everything Kentucky coach Matthew Mitchell said at SEC media day.

Jonathan Tsipis is expecting a more competitive Wisconsin team this year.

People are unsure what to expect from the Gamecocks, said coach Dawn Staley.

Nikki Fargas and LSU don’t mind flying under the radar.

International news:

Yet another list of players to watch in the Euroleague.

WNBA news:

WNBA observers and fans are not fans of the NBA’s G League plan.

Rebekkah Brunson and wife Bobbi Jo had a son.

Kristi Toliver made her historic debut as Wizards assistant coach.

Recruiting news:

Recruiting Brea Beal.

How Ashten Prechtel went from pokey kid to top prospect.

Bonus:

Former UNLV Rebels Dylan and Dakota Gonzalez have their hearts set on playing in the WNBA.

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