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August 12, 2009 12:00 AM

Media policy only will hurt SEC

The SEC's new media policies, which since becoming public last Friday, have produced such a negative firestorm the league is already into its best Deion Sanders backpedal. In its original flawed form, the policy would severely restrict media outlets with regard to use of video, audio, photographs and digital descriptions in a manner that made the Birmingham home office appear to be a monolithic bastion of unmitigated greed.

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