Archive for November, 2013

Iron will: Another miracle for Auburn

Auburn wrote a new chapter to the Iron Bowl, thanks to Chris Davis’ miraculous return on the final play.

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Crowell’s journey taking him to NFL Draft

Former Georgia running back Isaiah Crowell is heading to the NFL after his junior year at Alabama State.

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West Georgia’s new coach ready to go

West Georgia hired Will Hall to replace former coach Daryl Dickey eight days after the Wolves ended the season with a 6-5 record.

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Miss Terry: Sabans aren’t going anywhere

If Miss Terry’s word is law, then Nick Saban isn’t leaving Alabama.

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Strong finishes for Mercer, Ga. Southern

Georgia should be proud of two of its FCS teams. Mercer, a program in its first year since 1941, and Georgia Southern, an established program in its final season in the FCS, both made history on Saturday.

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Muschamp’s days must be numbered

Florida coach Will Muschamp could be heading out the door after Georgia Southern defeated the Gators 26-20 on Saturday.

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Report: Winston’s DNA connected to victim

Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston’s DNA has been matched to a sample from the underwear of the woman who accused him of sexual battery, ESPN.com has reported.

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Does McCarron deserve Heisman Trophy?

AJ McCarron is receiving a lot of love for the Heisman Trophy, when he might not be the best player on his own team.

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Is Clemson’s Boyd best QB in ACC history?

There have been many excellent QBs in ACC history. Is Clemson’s Tajh Boyd the best of all time?

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Look for Gamecocks to rule SEC East roost

Missouri is in control of the SEC East, but can’t afford to slip up in the next weeks. Another loss means South Carolina will win it.

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