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Hot Reads: Preseason nominees for the 2014 Chinstrap Awards

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Don't worry. We'll be a lot nicer to the players in the SEC than the Emmy voters were to Netflix. We kind of have to - it's highly unlikely an actor could power clean the equivalent of a human being. More>>

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Heisman favorites are all chalk in 2014

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The Heisman Trophy has gone to a virtual unknown for the last few years - this list could prove that trend falls apart in 2014.  More>>

Couch Potato: South Carolina debut highlights football season return

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Football season begins Thursday with a couple of SEC games - the excellent Texas A&M at South Carolina pairing, and Temple visits Vanderbilt in a less scintillating matchup.

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Heisman Trophy could go to unhyped player

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In the last two seasons, college football's premier award has gone to players who had never taken a single snap in a college game prior to the start of their Heisman-winning seasons. This year, it could happen again.

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Sister praised for saving toddler from choking Video included

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A teen is being praised for saving her brother from choking. 

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SEC West champ could have 2 losses

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Brutal schedules may leave the SEC West champ with two losses heading to Atlanta.  More>>

Schools invest millions preparing for SEC Network

 The Southeastern Conference's new network debuts Thursday, promising more than 1,000 live events this year and a reach that includes most major... More>>

Ethel Kennedy challenges Obama for ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

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As videos of Americans dumping buckets of ice over their heads dominate social media, Ethel Kennedy calls on President Barack Obama to take the challenge. More>>

College football approaches; and we wait

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Football season is almost here. But we can't have any yet.  More>>

Mississippi rebellion brewing in SEC West

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The state of Mississippi is home to two of the SEC's top three returning quarterbacks.

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No Manziel? No Clowney? SEC says no problem

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The Southeastern Conference will try to climb back to the mountaintop minus some of its biggest stars. More>>

LIVE BLOG: 2014 SEC Media Days, Day 4

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Welcome to Raycom News Network's live blog from SEC Media Days in Hoover, AL.

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Hot Reads: Ranking the defenses in the SEC

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With offenses becoming increasingly explosive, plugging the holes is more imperative than ever. It's no surprise Alabama and Florida top the list, but the rest of the rankings may surprise you.

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LIVE BLOG: 2014 SEC Media Days, Day 2

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Welcome to Raycom News Network's live blog from SEC Media Days in Hoover, AL.

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SEC Media Days dazes media, fans

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The long, dark night that has persisted since the end of football season is almost over. SEC Media Days, that glimmer of hope before life begins again anew, kicks off this week in Hoover, AL.  More>>

LIVE BLOG: 2014 SEC Media Days, Day 1

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Welcome to Raycom News Network's live blog from SEC Media Days in Hoover, AL.

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SEC football: QB position will see lots of new faces

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In 2013, nine teams brought a quarterback to SEC Media Days. This year only five are scheduled to do so. Only one of those players – Ole Miss’ Bo Wallace – was a full-time starter in 2013.

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SEC schools fined for celebrating on football field, making too much noise

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Auburn has to cough up $5,000 for fans storming the field after its Iron Bowl win; Mizzou, Ole Miss and Mississippi State were also fined for excessive fan celebration and noise, the Southeastern Conference announced Friday. More>>

Bama advances to play Georgia State in NIT Season TIpoff

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Alabama will face Georgia State on Tuesday for the right to travel to New York for the semifinal round of the NIT Season Tipoff. More>>

Week 8 top performers: Marshall helps Auburn pull big upset

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Here's a weekly look at five of the SEC's top performers in Week 8 and who to watch in Week 9. More>>

Line King grumpily points out horse racing better than football

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It's a weak week for college football, but a great one for horse racing. Embrace what's beautiful, everybody.

 
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Couch Potato: November is the cruelest month for football teams

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The games of November are the ones you remember. SEC football teams begin navigating the season's most perilous month.
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Couch Potato: Desperate football teams collide, a viewer's delight

It's Week 8 in the Southeastern Conference. Hope is lost for many teams while others struggle to keep the dream alive. It's cracking good TV, kicking off at noon Saturday.
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Couch Potato: Seasons made or broken this weekend, all on your TV

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LSU is up against it, Florida keeps getting better, Alabama is looking increasingly domineering and Johnny Manziel is quietly racking up points.
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