Well, in news that’s not quite as exciting as another player being arrested, the Volunteers have reinstated Marsalous
Wallace Johnson while the case is pending. This is good news for Tennessee and the entire SEC because the league was getting soft. It’s nice to have a potential felon back on an SEC roster.
As I’ve stated before, it’s traditionally been one of the SEC bragging points that there was a higher percentage of felons and criminals per team than any other conference. This added to the indimidation factor for other schools from out of conference that felt that they could come in and vandalize SEC locker rooms or some such, where in fact, what would happen would be that their charter bus would be up on cinder blocks and they would go back to a locker room to find that all their ipods and clothes were stolen. Take that Pac 10.
Whether or not the SEC can keep up the tradition is yet to be seen, but I have faith, and so should you.
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