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SEC-RANKINGS TRADE OFF
UNDATED — The SEC this week can celebrate having the highest number of ranked teams within a single conference at any time since almost precisely two years ago. Yet recent results have arguably reinforced the notion that the conference is top-heavy, while worsening prospects for several teams that had recently penetrated the top 10 or were on the brink of doing so. By Brett Martel. UPCOMING: 700 words by 3 p.m., photos.
UNDATED — Parity in the Atlantic Coast Conference is high again with the rise of Syracuse, Boston College and Duke. Virginia Tech coach Justin Fuente says he’s not sure there’s a huge difference between anybody, except for perennial power Clemson. By John Kekis. SENT: 1170 words, photos.
—VANDERBILT-DeMOSS, from Nashville: Vanderbilt has added Women’s Basketball Hall of Famer Mickie DeMoss to its staff as director of offensive analytics. SENT: 110 words, photo.
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