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Saturday, February 05, 2005

fan club president

-- The Chicago Sun-Times' Herb Gould urges the Fighting Illini to stay healthy. Their undefeated season, Gould would have you believe, hangs in the balance.

-- Greg Wallace of the Birmingham (AL) Post-Herald goes to print with his not too shabby "SEC Notes," including bits about Brandon Bass' big week, South Carolina's character problems, and Arkansas' mastering of the "disappointed sigh." But why the Albuquerque (NM) Tribune picked Wallace's article off the wire is beyond me.

-- Anthony Gimino of the Tucson (AZ) Citizen writes up Lute Olson's high regard for Stanford's Chris Hernandez. Olson and I both.

-- The Washington Post alludes to Savannah State's troubles here and here. I hope the Tigers beat Mercer, Bethune-Cookman or Florida A&M to avoid going winless for the entire 2004-2005 season.