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California Signs ‘Fair Pay to Play Act’

The state of California has signed into law the Fair Pay to Play Act. Governor Gavin Newsom signed the bill into law Monday. The bill sets a precedent for how student-athletes can be financially compensated. What the bill does is prevent the NCAA from barring student-athletes from profiting off their …

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Kerry Blackshear: Florida’s New Big Man on Campus

Kerry Blackshear looks to fill a hole that the Florida men’s basketball team has been missing since it’s last deep NCAA Tourney run; that of a dominant big-man. The 6 feet, 10 inches tall power forward (emphasis on power) graduate transfer had every college salivating for his services. From Tennessee …

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Kentucky battles South Carolina in SEC matchup

South Carolina battles the Kentucky Wildcats Saturday night, with both teams trying to avoid an 0-3 start to SEC play. Familiar opponents with familiar problems It turns out that the Wildcats and the Gamecocks have a lot in common. Both teams lost to a team currently ranked in the top …

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Georgia-Notre Dame Game Will Shake College Football

It could be argued that this just might be the biggest non-conference game of the season. Just a few weeks into the season and college football is already preparing for the second massive shakeup this year. No. 7 Notre Dame heads to Athens to face No. 3 Georgia for the …

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Rebels to Battle Ranked Golden Bears

The Ole Miss Rebels are up against No. 23 California Golden Bears at home for week 4. Ole Miss is on a two-game win streak since the team dropped its first game to the Memphis Tigers. California on the other hand is coming into the game undefeated; including a then …

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Southeastern Louisiana-Ole Miss Preview

Ole Miss (1-1) scored a big 31-17 win last week against Arkansas. The Rebels will look to carry that momentum into its matchup against Southeastern Louisiana (1-0) on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Growing on offense The new-look Ole Miss offense took its lumps in Week 1 against Memphis. The Rebels …

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California bill could alter college athlete compensation

A bill proposed in California is one step closer to altering the relationship between college athletes and paid endorsements. The Fair Pay to Play Act, proposed by Sen. Nancy Skinner of California, would allow college athletes to be paid for their name, image or likeness. The bill would make it …

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Dan Mullen Talks Injuries, Mistakes, Freshman Corners and Kentucky

Coming off their first shutout in three years, the Florida Gators are now preparing to start SEC play against the Kentucky Wildcats in Lexington on Saturday. Florida head coach Dan Mullen discussed his team’s performance in Saturday’s win against UT Martin in Monday’s press conference. News on Henderson and Toney …

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Vanderbilt and Purdue Both Looking to Bounce Back Ahead of Week 2 Matchup

Vanderbilt and Purdue face off on Saturday with both teams looking to bounce back from tough Week 1 losses. Purdue came into its matchup with Nevada as heavy favorites despite playing on the road. The Boilermakers led by 17 at the half and had a 34-17 advantage late in the …

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Vanderbilt Depending on Run Game Against Georgia

With the quarterback position still up for grabs, the Vanderbilt Commodores are coming into Saturday’s contest against the third ranked Georgia Bulldogs looking to lean on its talented backfield. The Commodores return redshirt senior Ke’Shawn Vaughn, who was third in the SEC in rushing yards last season with 1,244 yards; …

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