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Around the SEC, May 18, 2016: DaRon Davis, football scheduling, Charles Matthews, Ole Miss baseball and more

A late afternoon edition.

Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports

I am tired of writing this column: Surely, the SEC can schedule better than this - Roll Bama Roll

It seemed the SEC fixed its bye week issue. Look deeper, there are still problems.

Taco Bell Cantina replacing Common Grounds on Fayetteville's Dickson Street - Arkansas Fight

Do you celebrate Hog victories at a Taco Bell...or mourn losses?

Florida Gators Around the World: Scholarship shuffle, Devin Robinson's return, recruiting - Alligator Army

Much has happened for Florida basketball in the last month.

Charles Matthews transferring - A Sea of Blue

Charles Matthews will not be a part of the Wildcats in the future.

James Hudson decommits from Kentucky Wildcats - A Sea of Blue

To no real surprise, James Hudson has decommitted from the Kentucky Wildcats, according to Ben Roberts of the Lexington Herald-Leader.

A Little Bit of Magic - And The Valley Shook!

But just a little bit. It's not just the Rally Possum.

In Da Film Room: Brandon Harris against Syracuse - And The Valley Shook!

Seth Galina has to watch the game on TV even though the team is so close he can smell them.

Chill out, Ole Miss baseball's loss to Arkansas State isn't a big deal - Red Cup Rebellion

The Rebs, who are crawling and scratching for a national seed, lost to a team ranked 145 in the RPI. Here's why that doesn't really matter.

Missouri commit DaRon Davis earns honors at Rivals Camp Series - Rock M Nation

The Missouri wide receiver commit impressed during his camp performance, winning receiver MVP honors.

South Carolina football recruiting: Gamecocks go after Hokies commit Caleb Farley; Emory Jones to visit - Garnet & Black Attack

All of the day's recruiting news in one place!

FORE Play: Watch some Aggie golfers in Dallas at the Byron Nelson - Good Bull Hunting

The PGA Tour has a two week layover in Texas, so lease a BMW and head out to the TPC Four Seasons this week.

Why you shouldn't freak out about NBA Draft projections - Anchor of Gold

At the end of the day, the NBA cares far more about whether you can play basketball than it does about when you were drafted.