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Manti Teo's dead girlfriend a hoax, according to the University of Notre Dame Video included

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Lennay Kekua, the dead girlfriend of star Notre Dame football player Manti Te'o, was the subject of an elaborate hoax that was "a sad and very cruel deception" and was completely fictitious, according to a statement released by the University of Notre Dame. More>>

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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>>

How the College Football Playoff will change the face of the sport

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This will be the last year for the much-criticized Bowl Championship Series, which has produced college football national championship games since 1998. The new College Football Playoff will be just as controversial, but much, much more lucrative. Here's a look at what the future holds. More>>

Couch Potato: Prepare for greatest weekend of SEC TV football ever!

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The regular football season concludes with a lot of bangs and an equal number of whimpers. It's going to be better TV than the moon landing.
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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>>

What We Learned from the SEC in Week 11

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Here is the weekly list of what we learned from watching SEC games in Week 11. 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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Hot Reads: More good times for Middle America

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If it ain't fixed, don't break it - or something like that. At any rate, there's nothing wrong with Cardinals baseball and accepting the other team's fans, as one native Midwesterner is happy to inform us. More>>

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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Couch Potato: Bama on upset alert, Georgia faces LSU, Manziel attacks Hogs

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LSU travels to Georgia, and Alabama takes on Ole Miss in a great weekend of college football on TV.
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Couch Potato: Auburn-LSU, UT at Florida fairly interesting; Troy hopes to heat Mullen's seat

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Auburn is off to a 3-0 start and heading to LSU; Tennessee limps to Florida after a humbling loss at Oregon, and Mississippi State battens down the hatches for a visit from a dangerous Sun Belt Conference opponent.
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THE LINE KING: Week 1 and college football is already ruined, but we'll still watch

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Our irreverent college football prognosticator The Line King is back for another season of almost always incorrectly predicting the outcomes of weekly games. However, he fails with a lot of flair. More>>

SEC: Which teams are most likely to flop, most likely to surprise

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Which are the most likely SEC teams to surprise everybody and do better than expected? And who among them is most likely to break the hearts of high-riding fans? We'll let you know.
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SEC announces new bowl agreements for 2014 season

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The Southeastern Conference has announced a new agreement with a number of postseason bowls that will coincide with the movement to a College Football Playoff in 2014. More>>

SEC football practice starts; opening games less than a month away

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SEC football teams start preseason practice beginning Aug. 1 through Aug. 5. The SEC football season kicks off Aug. 29 with a Thursday night clash between Ole Miss and Vandy. Many of the SEC's opening games promise to be entertaining.
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LIVE BLOG: 2013 SEC Media Days - Day 3

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

Malzahn, Bielema trade jabs at SEC Media Days Video included

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SEC Media Days brought Johnny 'Football' Manziel, but two coaches new to the SEC stole the show. More>>

LIVE BLOG: 2013 SEC Media Days - Day 2

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

SEC football 'spring fever' arrives with first big weekend of intrasquad games

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Southeastern Conference fans are beginning to stir as South Carolina, Texas A&M, Ole Miss, Vanderbilt and Kentucky all hold their annual spring football games on Saturday, April 13. More>>

Gamecocks, Aggies, Crimson Tide spring games to be on ESPN networks

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This April, ESPN will televise three SEC spring football games. Other SEC schools' spring games will be broadcast on CSS and Sun Sports.
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Te'o, Montgomery raise eyebrows at combine

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The NFL scouting combine wrapped up Tuesday, and while it isn't fully known if anyone helped/hurt themselves, there were some notable developments. More>>

A few matchups will determine who wins Tide-Irish clash

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Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly said the team that makes the most mistakes may win tonight. He meant the team that takes the most chances, forces the action and sets the pace. Teams that do that make mistakes. But they cause the other guys to make mistakes, too.
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Bama-Notre Dame poised to set viewing records for ESPN

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Alabama and Notre Dame stir emotions, a lot of them bad. And that's good if you're trying to attract TV viewers. ESPN is hopeful that Monday's match between the traditional college football powers may be a record-setter.
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No. 5 Oregon defeated No. 7 Kansas State 35-17 in the 2013 Fiesta Bowl.
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Southeastern Conference dominates college football recruiting

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The Southeastern Conference had seven of the top 10-ranked college football recruiting classes after 2014 Signing Day. More>>

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