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Bud Dupree named Preseason Second Team All-SEC

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The conference announced its preseason All-SEC team Thursday night during the new SEC Now program on the new SEC Network and Kentucky’s Bud Dupree received honors. The UK defensive end was named Second Team All-SEC, voted on by the coaches around the league. Dupree led all SEC defensive linemen in tackles last season, earning a postseason All-SEC nod.

Florida’s Dante Fowler Jr., Mississippi’s Robert Nkemdiche, Arkansas’ Trey Flowers, and Alabama’s A’Shawn Robinson robbed Bud of a First Team selection.

Article written by Drew Franklin

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5 Comments for Bud Dupree named Preseason Second Team All-SEC



  1. jeff j
    9:55 pm August 21, 2014 Permalink

    Dupree led ALL SEC defensive linemen in tackles last year ? and named pre season 2nd team ? wow what a slap in the face!!! he needs to slap around anybody that comes his way this year & dare em to come to his spot . GO CATS !!!



    • UkeHey!
      1:30 am August 22, 2014 Permalink

      You tend to collect a lot of tackles when the defense is on the field for almost the entire game.



  2. Hmmm
    10:07 pm August 21, 2014 Permalink

    So the best player on our team is only good enough for 2nd team SEC? Yeah, this season is going to go well.



    • Blue To The Bone...
      11:03 pm August 21, 2014 Permalink

      Sorry Hmmm…It is negative Nancys like you who are ill informed…This is the sec and the POWER teams are going to get the players named and KENTUCKY is picked to finish last…PHIL STEELE the most noted scount observer in the country said that if Bud Dupree is playing for Alabama he is in the running for 1ST TEAM …ALL-AMERICAN…



  3. theWilkman
    10:04 am August 22, 2014 Permalink

    Who cares what his preseason accolades are? The man will end his time at UK with stellar numbers and barring injury will have a successful pro career. He’s a stud