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An Alabama Voter Wants Nick Saban To Become The State's Next U.S. Senator

Alabamans are spending their Tuesdays in the voting booth, as either Republican Roy Moore or Democrat Doug Jones is going to become the state’s next United States Senator. 334 more words


Lifelong Republican Says He Voted For Nick Saban In Alabama Senate Race

The Alabama special election to full Jeff Sessions’ open U.S. Senate seat has caused a ton of emotional reactions. We’re sure to get plenty more on Tuesday, but one voter summed up what many in the Yellowhammer State are feeling right now. 137 more words


Alabama Senate Race: Voter Happily Chooses Nick Saban In Special Election

Nick Saban’s political career is off and running, albeit unknowingly.

The University of Alabama football coach has received at least one write-in vote in the hotly contested race to represent Alabama in the U.S. 140 more words

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LSU leads the nation in 2-point shooting, but its best inside shooter does not start

BATON ROUGE — The LSU basketball team leads the nation in a statistical category, and this season that is a good thing.

After nearly leading the nation in points allowed a game last year, coming in 335th out of 347 Division I teams at 83, the Tigers under first-year coach Will Wade are No. 504 more words

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Sonny Dykes' Next Coaching Shot Comes In Home State At SMU

DALLAS (AP) – Sonny Dykes was already back in Texas. Now he’s a head coach in his home state for the first time.

Dykes was introduced at SMU on Tuesday, telling a story of cheering for the Mustangs at old Southwest Conference rival Texas Tech in the early 1980s. 154 more words


Winning College Football Bowl Predictions, and Odds for Saturday, December 16, 2017: Georgia State Panthers vs. Western Kentucky Hilltoppers.

Written and authored by NCAA Football Betting Analyst Al Presto. Charliessports.com produces it for Football Expert news and notes.

College Football ATS Picks is again winning at a remarkable rate and will continue through the BCS title game in January of 2018. 517 more words