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College Football Rundown - Week 3

In the midst of talks of more hurricanes and assessing damage done by Hurricane Irma, week 3 of college football continued on.

The in-state and ACC rivalry between #17 Miami at #11 Florida State would be postponed, while Florida International would not travel to Indiana and Central Florida would not host Georgia Tech. 2,089 more words

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#15 Auburn at Missouri Preview

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP)- Last week was a bad week to be a Tiger in the Southeastern Conference.

LSU was blown out by Mississippi State, Missouri scored just three points in a loss to Purdue, and Auburn struggled mightily to put away FCS opponent Mercer. 571 more words

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Rick and John Have The Latest News With The 5 at 10

Rick and John get you caught up with the latest news with the 5 at 10.

They kick off the news with the latest from the Falcons and thoughts on Sunday’s game vs. 68 more words

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Rick and Johns Slice of Life: Stupid Traditions

Rick and John get a few things off their chest with Friday’s Slice of Life.

They talk about traditions in sports and which ones are the worst: Rooster calls, overused fight songs, calling out the wrong teams and a Christmas Tree?

Plus, John sings… badly.

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Pick City College Football Week 4

Pick City is 12-9 in college football this season, and this could be a dangerous week as 11 nationally ranked teams hit the road. We have six college football plays, but follow us @BettorTakeCover on Twitter and Bettor Take Cover on Facebook for more potential plays on Saturday morning. 942 more words

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SEC under fire for being hacked despite warnings on security


WASHINGTON/September 22, 2017 (AP)(STL.News) — The Securities and Exchange Commission waited until Wednesday to disclose a hack of its corporate filing system that occurred last year. 16 more words

Does blasting the SEC for failing to act on warnings help cybersecurity?

On the heels of the Equifax breach, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) disclosed on September 20, 2017, that it had been hacked way back in 2016. 428 more words

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