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Malzahn not concerned about lack of commitments at Big Cat weekend

AUBURN – Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn has a message to fans concerned about not hearing about any verbal commitments coming out of ‘Big Cat’ weekend. 449 more words

SEC News

College football fan gets cringeworthy tattoo thanks to a Twitter bet

Making bets and bold proclamations on social media almost never ends well.

One college football fan sent out a tweet on May 27 stating they would get a tattoo of Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield if the QB retweets him. 129 more words

College Football

Nunnsense: Can Lamar Win The Heisman Again?

Can he – YES.  Will he – Maybe. The Heisman Trophy has been given out annually since 1935 to “the most outstanding player in college football in the United States whose performance best exhibits the pursuit of excellence with integrity.” In the 81 year history of the Heisman trophy, there have been 80  players who have won the trophy. 1,000 more words

Louisville Athletics

Orgeron has done the Canada-Aranda math, and it adds up

BATON ROUGE — New LSU football coach Ed Orgeron got a late Christmas present last year just in time for the Tigers’ Citrus Bowl game on New Year’s Eve against No. 1,126 more words

SEC News

Baker Mayfield Tabbed Heisman Favorite By NFL.com

Each and every year, Heisman favorites are tabbed before the beginning of summer. While some may argue reigning winner, Lamar Jackson should be at the top of the list, others have different ideas. 146 more words

Oklahoma Sooners

Tim Tebow is earning other South Atlantic League teams more than $44,000 per game

The Tim Tebow bump is real, folks.

Few believe that Tebow will ever make the major leagues. His current .236/.319/.349 slash line makes the odds of a future in a Mets uniform all the unlikely. 373 more words


Former Broncos QB Tebow 'Feels More Comfortable' In Pro Baseball

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) – There are still too many strikeouts. His patience at the plate is a struggle. And the batting average remains below .250. But… 559 more words