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Mumme takes over at LaGrange

Matt Mumme is the new coach at LaGrange. Matt Mumme is the new coach at LaGrange, replacing Todd Mooney, who resigned Thursday. He is the son of former Valdosta State and Kentucky coach Hal Mumme, the originator of the Air Raid Offense, who is the passing game coordinator at SMU. It is Mumme’s first head coaching position. “I look forward to taking the ...

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Mariota rises to top of Heisman race

I hear the question a lot. Oregon QB Marcus Mariota is the frontrunner to win the Heisman Trophy. (Getty) “You do you think will win the Heisman?” Well, since only QBs win it these days — other than former Bama battering ram Mark Ingram, they have won 11 of the past 12 years — this year’s Heisman Trophy winner will come down to a group ...

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SEC East potential scenarios and tiebreaker rules

I’ve noticed some readers discussing the SEC division tiebreaker scenarios on the blog I posted yesterday, so here they are from the conference office: A. TWO-TEAM TIE 1. Head-to-head competition between the two tied teams. 2. Records of the tied teams within the division. 3. Head-to-head competition vs. the team within the division with the best overall record ...

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Do You Have (or Need) a Twesume?

Tweeting out your skills, abilities is an untraditional way to pursue a job.

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Four teams still have shot at SEC East title

Here’s a look at the SEC East race with one month to play. Missouri (7-1, 3-1) What’s left: Tennessee (Saturday), at Kentucky (Nov. 9), at Ole Miss (Nov. 23), Texas A&M (Nov. 30). Chances: Win out and Missouri will represent the East in Atlanta on Dec. 7, but the Tigers have the toughest road to the SEC Championship game with four games left, ...

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Shaw is toughest QB in SEC

Connor Shaw is the toughest QB in the SEC. Sick and with a bad knee, Connor Shaw came off the bench to rally South Carolina to a win over Missouri. (AP) He went from doubtful to dominant in South Carolina’s amazing and stunning comeback double-OT win over Missouri on Saturday, showing a ridiculous amount of moxie in throwing the SEC East race into a huge ...

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Mercer holds off Campbell for first road win

QB John Russ led Mercer to its first road victory of the season. (Mercer) John Russ threw for 180 yards and two touchdowns, and rushed for 132 and another score to lead Mercer to a 38-31 victory over host Campbell on Saturday. Mercer (7-1, 4-1 Pioneer Football League) held on after building a 28-point lead for its first road win. “This was an unbelievable win ...

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Stegall uses speed to find end zone

Reinhardt coach Danny Cronic loves players like running back L.J. Stegall. He ran down a list of Stegall’s attributes during a recent interview, including phrases like “hard worker,” “team player” and “not high maintenance.” Oh, and one other thing. “He’s fast.” Stegall was a top sprinter at Jeff Davis High in Hazlehurst and now uses that speed to ...

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CountrySide Cooperative: Assisting Farmers for a Century

CountrySide Cooperative is continuing a century-old tradition of serving Wisconsin farmers.

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SEC’s Shaw: Targeting rule working as planned

For those of you with your hopes up, the targeting rule in college football will not change during the season. Steve Shaw, the SEC’s coordinator of officials, reaffirmed that on the conference’s weekly teleconference on Wednesday. “I want to be crystal clear. That’s not something that will change in-season,” he said. Shaw joined the ...

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