HEADLINES - July 1, 2002

News and commentary on the Tigers, the SEC and college sports from outside sources


LSU dominates state track and field team (Louisiana Sportswriters Association)

Livings finally set to play at LSU (By Glenn Guilbeau, The Advocate)

Championships won in summer (By Carl Dubois, The Advocate)

Gransberry to play defensive end as well as receiver (By William Weathers, The Advocate)

It's all academic (By Dave Moorman, The Town Talk)

Respected Grooters strives to improve LSU's graduation rate (By Dave Moorman, The Town Talk)

Sweeney selected for AL All-Star team; Byrd overlooked (By Bob Dutton, Kansas City Star)


Slive to be offered commissioner job (By Ted Lewis, The Times-Picayune)

New boss admits BCS has flaws (By Mike Huguenin, The Orlando Sentinel)

Star offensive tackle from Texas listens to Hogs, others (By Otis Kirk, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette)

Union wide receiver chooses Gamecocks  (By Phil Kornblut, The State)

UT assistant to take ECU baseball post (Knoxville News-Sentinel)

Summer time for UT football to get started (By Mike Griffith, The Knoxville News-Sentinel)

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