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(RNN) - The biggest news this week (LeBron), or possibly so far this entire year (LeBron) is this generation's greatest basketball player (L-E-B-R-O-N) announcing where he will take his immense talents.

LeBrooooon! Sorry, just had to get that out.

Congratulations, Cleveland. In the span of two months, your beloved son returned, a fratboy legend who plays a little quarterback joined your football team and the most famous Republicans in the world decided to call your city home for one week. Good on ya!

Meanwhile, the lords that rule the SEC breathed a sigh of relief because the LeBron (did I just say his name again?) decision didn't linger long enough to coincide with media days in Birmingham, AL. It's not like we can have anything interfere with the all-important spectacle that surrounds football coaches saying highly predictable things.

To remedy that, we imagined some unpredictable things the SEC coaches might or might not utter. We're leaning toward might not.

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