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World Volkswagen of Toms River: Boosting Its Technician Team

Give your automotive career a tune up by applying for a technician position at World Volkswagen of Toms River in New Jersey.

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Jeremy Liggins, at nearly 300 pounds, on QB depth chart at Ole Miss

Jeremy Liggins is agile, athletic and can throw the ball about 70-75 yards. There’s only one problem. He weighs nearly 300 pounds. Remember the post I recently wrote about former Kentucky QB Jared Lorenzen — now much larger than his college and NFL playing days — now still moving and heaving the ball around for some minor league football team? Well, ...

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Will Muschamp: I’m accountable for Florida’s poor season

Will Muschamp deserves all the finger-pointing and vitriol and pure, unabashed hatred he received from Florida Gators fans. He admits it. He takes full responsibility for the Gators’ 4-8 record, which included a loss to Georgia Southern. “I totally embrace it,” Muschamp said in a USA Today article. “It’s the expectation every year to go ...

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Lane Kiffin simplifying, but not speeding up, Alabama offense

Lane Kiffin is adding new wrinkles to the Alabama offense, but isn't increasing its tempo. (AP photo) The early results are in: Lane Kiffin is making Alabama’s offense a little easier to understand. That’s according to WR Amari Cooper and other players through the first few days of spring practice. But Kiffin, the Crimson Tide’s new offensive ...

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Steve Spurrier’s donations to South Carolina at $1 million

South Carolina has received more from coach Steve Spurrier than football victories and a stable program. Spurrier has given an accumulated $1 million in his annual donations to the school, it said in a release on Friday. This will be Spurrier’s 10th year with the Gamecocks, who are 77-39 with eight bowl appearances under him. South Carolina has reached unprec...

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With experienced Marshall, expect Auburn to jump to ludicrous speed

Expect Auburn's offense to be even faster next year, thanks to the return of QB Nick Marshall. AP photo Auburn’s offense might jump right past light speed this year. Yeah, that’s too slow. Think ludicrous speed from the movie “Spaceballs.” Here’s the scene (in words): Dark Helmet: No. No. No. Light speed is too slow! Colonel Sandurz: ...

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Rebel gone wild? Life isn’t beach for Denzel Nkemdiche after Spring Break video

This isn’t your typical Spring Break video, but it landed Denzel Nkemdiche in even more trouble. Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze is upset over a video that shows the linebacker from Grayson in what the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal described as a “profanity-laced tirade on the beach at what is believed to be a group of fans from an opposing team.”...

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Source: Alcohol sales ‘highly unlikely’ for Georgia-Florida game

The other day I wrote about how the SEC is thinking about allowing alcohol to be served in certain off-campus stadiums. You can probably cross the Jacksonville’s EverBank Field — the home to the annual game between Georgia and Florida — off that list. (It’s still tough to call that stadium anything other than the Gator Bowl). A source told the ...

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Brent Musburger, Jesse Palmer to be SEC Network’s main men

New network. Same announcers. Love him or loathe him, Brent Musburger will be the lead play-by-play guy when the SEC Network debuts this fall. He’ll be joined in the booth by the Jesse Palmer and his tight suit jackets and tendency to win time of possession of every discussion. I’ve never been a huge fan of Musburger, but understand his place in the ...

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ProStaff: Work in the Medical Device Industry

ProStaff is serving companies such as Boston Scientific by filling medical and manufacturing positions.

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