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Preview 2017: Alabama, Nick Saban & The Process Keep Rolling

Preview 2017: Alabama, Nick Saban & The Process Keeps Rolling

Alabama and Nick Saban keep on rolling with The Process about to crank out yet another national championship-level team. 725 more words

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Preview 2017: LSU Keeps Coming Up Short

Preview 2017: LSU was close, but that wasn’t good enough last year.

LSU was closer than you might thing to getting into the College Football Playoff. 792 more words

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Preview 2017: South Carolina & Will Muschamp Close Calls

Preview 2017: South Carolina & Will Muschamp Win Ugly, But It Works

Winning close games might be dangerous, but it worked last year.

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Shareholders Deserve Right to Choose Mandatory Arbitration

On July 17, SEC Commissioner Michael Piwowar extended an important invitation to U.S. public companies. “For shareholder lawsuits,” Piwowar offered, “companies can come to to ask for relief to put… mandatory arbitration into their charters.” To some, this idea may be unfamiliar or even controversial. 924 more words

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Crucial part of Tennessee's offense will miss extended time with yet another injury

Tennessee was going to need all of its receivers to play well this year now that Josh Dobbs is gone and a new quarterback will have to be broken in. 145 more words

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Despite hearing from Alabama, four-star CB A.J. Lytton still committed to other powerhouse

Anthony Lytton is a four-star cornerback in the class of 2018 and has been hearing from Alabama and Maryland as he told 247Sports. However, he is… 129 more words

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Florida State starter on Alabama's dominance: 'King of what hill?'

Florida State and Alabama are meeting up for what promises to be one of the best Week 1 games in college football history this year. There’s been plenty of talk about respecting the opponent on both sides, but there’s definitely one thing that starting Seminole running back Jacques Patrick isn’t and that’s afraid. 189 more words

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