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West Georgia in strong position for Division II playoffs

Will Hall was hired as the coach at West Georgia less than a year ago, but already has the Wolves in contention for a Division II playoff spot. That’s an impressive accomplishment considering the program hasn’t advanced to the tournament since 2000. The Wolves (6-2) are sixth in the first Super Region 2 ranking released earlier this week, but must hold onto that ...

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College football TV viewing guide: Five games to watch

Nick Marshall has the unenviable task of playing against Ole Miss’ ‘Landshark’ defense. (AP photo) Nutty November almost had a premature start. Florida State shook off Louisville on Thursday night to almost assuredly retain its spot in the top four of the College Football Playoff Rankings. We know one spot will change. Either No. 3 Auburn or No. 4 ...

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Gary Danielson: Florida “has chance” against Georgia without Todd Gurley

Florida’s Tevin Westbrook dropped a fourth-quarter pass, leading to a loss to LSU. (AP photo) Todd Gurley’s absence could be the key for Florida on Saturday. The Gators looked downright pitiful offensively and on special teams in a 42-13 loss to Missouri nearly two weeks ago, a defeat that has placed coach Will Muschamp’s job security on top of an ...

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Miss. State, Auburn, Ole Miss among top four in first playoff ranking

Here is the college football national championship trophy. The SEC is first, third and fourth to none in the first College Football Playoff ranking released Tuesday night. Undefeated Mississippi State is the top team in the initial ranking, which isn’t a surprise, but after Florida State at No. 2, Auburn is third and Ole Miss is fourth, leaving Alabama at sixth ...

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Booster group bought Saban’s home for $3.1 million

Nick Saban gets to live free of charge in a $3.1 million home paid for by a booster group. (AP photo) How would you like if someone paid for your house, let you live in it — rent free — and are now paying the yearly property taxes? It’s nice to be Nick Saban. A group called the Crimson Tide Foundation paid $3.1 million for the four-bedroom, 4 ...

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SEC Power Rankings: Week 9

Amari Cooper found plenty of wide-open spaces in the Tennessee secondary. (AP photo) I’ve put a lot of care and thought into this week’s SEC Power Rankings because I know the Selection Committee will use them to help pick this week’s first playoff rankings, which will be released at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. As you probably know, the SEC still holds three of the top ...

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College football TV viewing guide: Five games to watch

QB Anthony Jennings, who is from Marietta, will have plenty of support from LSU fans in the renovated Tiger Stadium. (AP photo) October’s wonderful TV offerings become complicated Saturday night if you want to watch Game 4 of the World Series between the Giants and Royals and keep up with an evening college football schedule that includes three ranked SEC games. ...

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Lane Kiffin’s mother ‘scared to death’ for her son

Lane Kiffin wore really cool sweatshirts during his one year as Tennessee’s coach. (AP photo) Do you remember when Phil Fulmer was hit with a subpoena on a trip Alabama? Well, now Lane Kiffin’s mother is fearing something might happen to her son when Alabama plays at Tennessee on Saturday. Y’all know about Kiffin’s inglorious departure for ...

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Top JUCO RB Jovon Robinson playing at 240 pounds

Georgia Military College running back Jovon Robinson, the nation’s top junior college recruit according to many services, shared some surprising news this week. Jovon Robinson has plans to enroll at Auburn in January. (247sports.com) It has nothing to do with where he’s headed next year. Robinson is still committed to Auburn. “I just weighed in (Tuesday),” he ...

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Texas AD Steve Patterson’s ‘$10,000-year’ comments misconstrued

Texas AD Steve Patterson said it could cost as much as $6 million a year to pay Texas student-athletes. (AP photo) It was much ado about nothing. The Internet blew up earlier today when Texas athletic director Steve Patterson’s comments about paying his school’s athletes $10,000 a year were misconstrued. Several websites reported that Texas was about to ...

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