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Brandon McBride earns chance to defend his national title

Brandon McBride and Mississippi State track and field coach Steve Dudley vowed to be better in the NCAA championships qualfiers. McBride, the defending national champion in the 800 meter, finished second in the event at the Southeastern Conference championships in Starkville earlier this month. 312 more words

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UGA DB commit at Auburn for "Big Cat Weekend"

Tyrique McGhee, who has been committed to UGA since last February, is visiting Auburn this weekend.

“Yes sir, I’m visiting Auburn today,” McGhee said in a text message to the AJC. 84 more words


Elijah Holyfield: UGA RB target to visit Alabama and Auburn

Elijah Holyfield, who has re-emerged as a UGA target at running back, will make a couple of other stops before he visits with the Bulldogs next weekend. 381 more words


Mike Slive to end tenure as SEC commissioner June 1

DESTIN, Fla. – After a 13-year tenure as commissioner of the SEC, Mike Slive decided to move up his retirement from July 31 and will hand over the reins to Greg Sankey on Monday. 635 more words

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Big 12 will share record revenue

The Big 12 Conference announced Friday that it was distributing a record amount of revenue to its 10 member schools.

The revenue pool was $252 million. 355 more words


SEC bans transfers of players with past 'serious misconduct'

DESTIN, Fla. — The SEC has banned players who have faced disciplinary actions at any college due to “serious misconduct,” defined as sexual assault, domestic violence and other forms of sexual violence, from transferring to any of its schools for the purposes of athletic competition. 532 more words

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SEC’s Mike Slive steps down

DESTIN, Fla. – Southeastern Conference Commissioner Mike Slive unexpectedly stepped down Friday, just minutes after announcing record revenue and a groundbreaking rule.

Slive had been scheduled to retire July 31 but decided to hand the reins of the powerful league to Greg Sankey beginning Monday. 603 more words

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