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Hi, I'm David Wunderlich. Or Dave, whichever you prefer. Feel free to email me at any time.

I am a graduate of the University of Florida with both a BS and MS in Decision and Information Sciences. I am in Illinois thanks to my wife joining the Navy, but I spent five years in Charlotte, NC after college before to being exiled to the Rust Belt. I was born and raised a Gator, and still remain a devoted Gator to this day.

I used to run the blog before coming to Team Speed Kills, have had opinion articles published in the Orlando Sentinel, have been published on FoxSports and, and have been a guest on sports talk radio show in three different time zones..

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Auburn Hires Bruce Pearl

The former Tennessee head coach is back in the game.

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SEC Tournament Teams' Turning Points

Here is a critical moment for each team that made the Big Dance.

Join the TSK Bracket Contest

Think you're the best bracketeer in the league? Prove it!

NCAA May Deregulate Conference Championship Games

It's a big change that would have wide ranging implications.

NCAA Tournament Bracket: SEC Gets Three Bids

As expected, the conference only got a trio of teams in. And it was close.

SEC Tournament Final: Florida 61, Kentucky 60

The Gators barely held on and defeated Kentucky to secure the SEC Tournament championship.

SEC Selection Sunday Guide

Here is what to expect when the committee's choices go live tonight.

2014 SEC Tournament Final TV Time and Preview

It was meant to be.

Kentucky Wears Down Georgia 70-58

The win by UK sets up a tournament final of the league's best two teams.

Florida Outlasts Tennessee 56-49

The Vols made the Gators work for it, but the regular season champs are on their way to the final.

2014 SEC Tournament Day 4 TV Schedule

It's down to four teams on Day 4.

SEC Tournament Day 3 Results: High Seeds Advance

The chalk carried the day on Friday in the SEC Tournament.

2014 SEC Tournament Day 3 Schedule

It just got real.

Tournament Day 2 Results: LSU, Ole Miss Advance

In the night round, the Tigers and Rebels moved on to the next round.

Missouri, South Carolina Advance

The Tigers and Gamecocks won their games from the early shift.

2014 SEC Tournament Day 2 Schedule

We've got four good ones on the slate for today.

South Carolina, Mississippi State Advance

On the first night of the SEC Tournament, both lower seeded teams advanced.

Auburn Fires Tony Barbee

At the team hotel, no less. Yikes.

2014 SEC Tournament Contenders: Kentucky

The Wildcats are on a slide of late, but they're fully capable of winning the title in Atlanta.

Brent Musburger, Jesse Palmer Are Lead SECN Announcers

Big news today, as ESPN has announced that Brent Musburger and Jesse Palmer are going to be the lead SEC Network announcing team. The worldwide leader is not skimping on the talent, for sure.

Getting the SEC to Five NCAA Tournament Bids

Is such a thing even possible? Yes.

2014 SEC Tournament Contenders: Tennessee

The Vols aren't to be overlooked in Atlanta.

2014 SEC Basketball Awards Announced

You won't believe which team shows up the most.

2014 SEC Tournament Contenders: Florida

The Gators are the undefeated regular season champs, but can they keep it going?

SEC Basketball's Top Recruits

While this year isn't done, we can still take a peek at who might make a big impact next year.

SEC March Madness Watch, One Week Out

This is it, folks. By this time next week, we'll have a real bracket.

SEC Tournament 2014 Bracket Breakdown

Here's your overview to this week's activities in Atlanta.

SEC Bubble Teams Keep On Rolling

It was far from certain in one team's case, but the quest for up to five NCAA Tournament bids remains alive.

NCAA Shelves 10-Second Rule

CFB rules committee tabled 10-second rule proposal, sources told @ESPN. Oversight panel will not vote on rule Thursday

From Brett McMurphy So there you go. The proposed 10-second rule for allowing substitutions is not going to happen. It's technically not totally dead, but it's not getting a vote either.
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