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Clemson reportedly made a move on another Power 5 assistant coach and came up short

Usually when schools lose a key position coach like Clemson did with Dan Brooks’ retirement, they will look to the lower ranks of schools for guys deserving of a promotion. 116 more words


ESPN's Mel Kiper makes historic prediction for this year's NFL Draft

Alabama has plenty of pro-ready players on its roster and that will be proven in April when they are drafted into the NFL. However, ESPN’s Mel Kiper thinks that the Crimson Tide could have as many as six players go in the first round alone. 107 more words


Back surgery ends Westin Graves' career at MSU

STARKVILLE – Westin Graves’ career at Mississippi State is over, the kicker announced through social media Thursday.

Graves had one year of eligibility remaining, but the threat of reinjuring his surgically repaired back outweighed a fourth season with the Bulldogs. 299 more words

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EMCC transfer Rivers becomes MSU's 13th early enrollee

STARKVILLE – Mississippi State’s total of early enrollees grew to 13 on Thursday. The university announced the addition of Chauncey Rivers out of East Mississippi Community College. 240 more words

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Report: A&M could lose coordinator to Auburn

Texas A&M offensive coordinator Noel Mazzone is a top candidate to take the same job at Auburn.

That’s according to a report by 247sports.com. 266 more words


Former SEC superstar set to get another shot at the NFL

Aaron Murray was one of the most prolific passers in the SEC when he played for Georgia starting in the 2010 season. He finished his distinguished career with over 13,000 passing yards, 121 touchdowns against 41 interceptions and a career 62.3 completion percentage. 179 more words


Florida QB competition gets much more interesting with some injury news

Florida has had the worst quarterback luck since the legendary Tim Tebow left campus after the 2009 season. They’ve gone through a ringer of QBs in John Brantley, Jeff Driskel, Treon Harris, Will Grier, Tyler Murphy and Austin Appleby. 196 more words