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    Wednesday reading material (Jan. 5)

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    A couple of links from around the sports world for your reading pleasure...

    *'s Mark Schlabach and Ivan Maisel debate conference supremecy between the SEC and Pac-10. I can argue that topic in just three letters. Read More

    *Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean
    gives the back story on Vince Young getting benched during the Pittsburgh game this year. Read More

    * reports
    that Steve Shaw has been named SEC Coordinator of Football Officials. Shaw replaces Rogers Redding, who was named college football's national coordinator by the board of managers for the College Football Officiating, LLC. Read More

    *Conference USA and FOX Sports Networks have reached a new television rights agreement. Read More

    *ESPN's Bill Simmons and Trent Dilfer
    discuss the NFL Playoffs. Listen to Podcast

    *ESPN's Pat Forde
    lists his bowl winners and losers. Read More

    *ESPN's Rachael Margolis tweeted
    that the Allstate Sugar Bowl earned an 8.4 overnight rating on ESPN, the second-highest overnight rating for college football in ESPN history. (No article)

    *CNBC's Darren Rovell tweeted
    that ESPN's Joe Lunardi teaches a college course on Bracketology. No really

    *Finally, you gotta love buzzer beaters. Valentino Bryant hit a half-court shot to give Sewanee a 65-63 win over rival Rhodes College Sunday. (Thanks Russell) Watch Video

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    no way that shot counted! really?

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