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SEC Basketball Calls Nashville Home With 12 Tourneys Set For Bridgestone Arena
Published October 16, 2013
ALL A DREAM ABOUT TENNESSEE: In Memphis, Kyle Veazey writes, "I don't know to what degree Memphis interests were pursuing the SEC in this most recent run; I suspect the league has had its focus on Nashville and only Nashville for quite some time." Because FedExForum was not selected for the SEC tourney, it "keeps the building open for future American Athletic Conference tournaments." But SEC tournaments "would surely mean more to Downtown and more to the local economy than any future AAC tournaments" (Memphis COMMERCIAL APPEAL, 10/16).