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South Carolina/ Missouri Preview

South Carolina and Missouri meet for the Mayor’s Cup on Saturday night. The trophy is a nod to the fact that both teams hail from the city of Columbia in their respective states. The two teams meet with each having hopes a bowl game in their future. The outcome of this contest will go a long way in determining the

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SEC basketball season preview

SEC Bubble Watch By Bracket Dom – @BracketDom – Nov 09, 2021 – Bracketometry.com The 2021-22 season begins today, and with it, a loaded slate of SEC teams get their non-conference schedules underway. Before the games tip off, it seemed fitting to break down each team’s relative tournament chances. Granted, a preseason bubble watch may seem silly, each team is

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SEC Week 10 thoughts

Week 10 features some key games and matchups that could determine some opportunities for teams fighting for bigger bowls. Let’s discuss a few games I have circled: Tennessee/ Kentucky Two teams going in opposite directions. Kentucky coming off back to back losses and Tennessee coming off a loss to Alabama in which they held their own. Tennessee comes into this

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Georgia sits atop the first CFP rankings

Georgia sits atop the first initial rankings as the college football playoff rankings were announced on Tuesday night. Alabama followed, along with Michigan St, Oregon. Biggest surprise to me was Oklahoma at No.8 also behind Michigan St and Oregon were Cincinnati and Ohio St. Michigan as well. Cincinnati who’s looking to be the first P5 to make the field did

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Georgia remains No. 1 in AP

Biggest jump in this week AP POLL is Cincinnati moving to No.2 and Alabama moving back into the Top 4. Week 8 AP Poll 🚨🏈 1. Georgia4. Alabama12. Ole Miss15. Kentucky17. Texas A&M19. Auburn — SEC Network (@SECNetwork) October 17, 2021 Six SEC teams were among the Top 25. Arkansas, Florida dropped out.

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LSU, Coach O to part ways after the season per reports

The tenure for Coach Ed Orgeron is coming to an end, according to Ross Dellenger. #LSU and Ed Orgeron have reached a separation agreement: He will not return in 2022 but expected to complete this season, sources tell @SINow. Negotiations began last week before UF win. It’s unprecedented in the sport – coach & school divorcing 21 months after winning

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