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4 Likely Scenarios Where The Citadel Upsets No. 1 Alabama

While the week before the end of the college football regular season is typically a rewind to the early part of the year, when major NCAA teams schedule middle-of-the-road programs to beat on in home games prior to a postseason push, some games might actually be worth the price of admission. 921 more words

College Football

The SEC Nails 2 ICO Sellers Over Unlicensed Securities

The Securities and Exchange Commission was slow to take action last year as dozens of companies held so-called “initial coin offerings” or ICOs, which involve selling cryptocurrency tokens to the public. 374 more words

The Ledger

Texas A&M Better Bring It or Senior Night Will Be Embarrassing

The Aggies better not get caught slipping this week!

Texas A&M (6-4) hosts UAB (9-1) at 7 p.m. ET on Saturday for the last game of the season at Kyle Field in College Station. 622 more words

College Football

Is Jarrett Stidham Ready to Leave Auburn and Enter the NFL Draft?

With the season coming to an overall disappointing end compared to preseason expectations for the Auburn Tigers and quarterback Jarrett Stidham, there are some major questions that need to be addressed when the regular season ultimately ends in the Iron Bowl against the Alabama Crimson Tide. 551 more words

College Football

Vanderbilt, Ole Miss pushing to end season with victories

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Vanderbilt Commodores have no time left to lament the four games that have slipped through their grasp because they couldn’t make the play to finish off a victory. 583 more words


SEC Chair Clayton Offers Remarks at Proxy Roundtable

My fellow Commissioners and I have agreed to keep our remarks brief so we can move forward promptly with this important program. I am going to highlight four items. 362 more words

Securities Regulation