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Possible Return to the Peach State for Former Savannah Quarterback

Originally for WJCL Savannah News 

By Patrick Osborne

SAVANNAH, Ga. — Former Wayne County High School quarterback Greyson Lambert might be heading back to the the Peach State this fall. 298 more words

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How bad is LSU's offense? Even Les Miles' son turned 'em down

B. Casey Gisclair, G-4-2 Exclusive

Apparently even Les Miles’ son hates the direction of the LSU offense. Our friends at Nola.com reported today that the Mad Hatter’s son, U-High quarterback Manny Miles has announced his commitment to the University of North Carolina. 212 more words

SEC institutes new rules for 2015, including a transfer ban and independent medical observers

The SEC meetings in Destin, Florida are wrapping up and there are a number of changes coming to the league in 2015.

Among the biggest of rule changes is the adoption of a proposal put forward by the University of Georgia that will ban transfers to the conference that have had instances of “serious misconduct” at their prior school. 495 more words


Baylor sports new uniforms

Baylor coach Art Briles posted photos of a new version of the Bears football uniform.

#YB #B2B #LetsEat pic.twitter.com/zjOqrRl3rI

— Coach Art Briles (@CoachArtBriles) May 29, 2015…

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SEC's revenue distribution is record $31.2 million per school

The SEC announced Friday that it’s splitting $455.8 million between its 14 schools.

That amounts to $31.2 million per team.

It’s a record amount for the league by a significant margin. 233 more words


Buckeyes Football Team Plays Softball, Cardale Is Terrible

The Ohio State football team had a little team bonding activity today and played some softball. Urban was pitching and let the guys take a few hacks and blow off some steam. 252 more words


The Baker Mayfield dance goes viral

Every day, social media produces the best gems.

We give you Baker Mayfield, the former Lake Travis High School star who is vying for the starting quarterback job at Oklahoma. 112 more words