Archive for August, 2013

Now starter, Nick Marshall will find going tough in SEC

Auburn coach Gus Malzahn tweeted late Saturday afternoon former UGA cornerback Nick Marshall will start at QB for the Tigers.

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Louisville could ride easy schedule to top

Will Louisville be in the national title consideration if it breezes through an easy schedule.

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Life a little more Smokey for Vols

Tennessee has joined the alternate uniform craze.

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Spurrier’s jab at Clowney merely motivation?

I’m not buying Steve Spurrier’s explanation that a “communication problem” caused star DE Jadveon Clowney and two injured receivers to miss a recent practice.

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Morehouse, Clark Atlanta game coming to TV

Clark Atlanta’s annual showdown against Morehouse for city supremacy will be shown live on Bounce TV on Oct. 5, one of nine SIAC games to be aired on three networks this year.

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Finebaum is back, this time on ESPN Radio

Paul Finebaum returns to the air today, this time as part of ESPN’s ever-growing kingdom.

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Will Nick Marshall start at Auburn?

Nick Marshall was a stud in high school, was kicked out of Georgia, was a stud in his one JUCO year and is now the young man who might be Gus Malzahn’s first QB at Auburn.

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Former Gamecock WR at Fort Valley State

Former South Carolina receiver DeAngelo Smith has transferred to Fort Valley State and is eligible to play this year, coach Donald Pittman said.

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SEC coaches have a lot to say — anonymously

The folks at Athlon Sports, who have been publishing preseason magazines for what seems like as long as there’s been football, get coaches to talk about other teams, as long as they remain anonymous.

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No time to waste for Robert Nkemdiche

Ole Miss coaches won’t wait to unleash Robert Nkemdiche.

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