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Lundquist To Step Down From SEC Football On CBS After 2016

RACHEL COHEN, AP Sports Writer

NEW YORK (AP) — Verne Lundquist will call one more season of Southeastern Conference football for CBS before Brad Nessler takes over the sport’s highest-rated TV package. 376 more words


Mississippi State hosts a tough regional field

STARKVILLE – Mississippi State begins its regional at 1:30 p.m. Friday against fourth-seeded Southeast Missouri State. Here’s everything you need to know about the Bulldogs, Redhawks and the two other teams playing in Starkville this weekend. 459 more words

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Baylor Hires Former Wake Coach Grobe; AD McCaw Resigns

RALPH D. RUSSO, AP College Football Writer

Scrambling to find a coach to lead its football program through a tumultuous time, Baylor hired a man known for turnarounds and integrity. 829 more words


Texas A&M takes look in mirror, changes what it sees

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Stress relief sits on a shelf behind the big desk in the spacious office.

“Tickle Here,” says the red button on the stuffed donkey’s stomach. 1,459 more words

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USC men's golf advances to match play

COLUMBIA – The University of South Carolina saved its best round for the most important time at the 2016 NCAA Division 1 Men’s Golf Championship in Eugene, Oregon. 316 more words

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Heels Make History

History was made in the college lacrosse world on Memorial Day. Never before had a team with 6 losses won a National Championship. Well no one told the North Carolina Tar Heels that. 280 more words


Quint Kessenich Maryland Losing In The NCAA Lax Championship

Sportscaster for ESPN Quint Kessenich joined Ed and Steve to talk about UNC beating Maryland in the Men’s Lacrosse National Championship in overtime.

The NCAA Championship featured North Carolina’s Tar Heels winning 14-13 in overtime over the Maryland Terrapins, but Quint Kessenich said, “this game was probably the most exciting of the twenty-two that I’ve done.” 134 more words