The Gator News and World Report (6/5/2006)

The Gator News and World Report for Monday, June 5, 2006. No. 91 - JIMMY KYNES SR.; SEC OKs 'Diploma Mill' Measure; TV games boost UF's SEC money; SEC rushes to defend turf after ACC's claim; Vols' men's basketball coach: Build on court success and more...

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No. 91 - JIMMY KYNES SR.
Position: Center and linebacker. Years he played: 1946-49. Top 100 credentials: Kynes was one of the best players in what is known as The Golden Era at Florida — the four years under coach Ray Wolf that saw the Gators go 13-24-2 and endure a school-record 13-game losing streak.

SEC rushes to defend turf after ACC's claim
OK, John Swofford. The folks in the Southeastern Conference hear your chest-thumping and see the stats you employ to back it up.

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SEC OKs 'Diploma Mill' Measure
Southeastern Conference commissioner Mike Slive now has the authority to declare a conference athlete ineligible if that athlete's high school transcript shows course credit from a "diploma mill."

TV games boost UF's SEC money
Florida earned close to $10 million dollars through the Southeastern Conference's revenue-sharing plan during the 2005-06 fiscal year, according to data released Friday at the conclusion of this week's annual spring meetings.

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Vols' men's basketball coach: Build on court success
Tennessee coach Bruce Pearl thought last year he was joining a good basketball conference, not the nation's best one.

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