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CFB Preview: Auburn vs. Southern Mississippi

The Auburn Tigers are coming off a 34-3 drubbing of the Arkansas Razorbacks in its SEC opener. Its opponent this week, Southern Miss, took care of business at home against Rice. Just How Good is Auburn? The Tigers have been a hard team to gauge thus far into the season. …

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CFB Preview: Vanderbilt vs. Tennessee State

The Vanderbilt Commodores and the Tennessee State Tigers face off this Saturday in Nashville for an in-state matchup. Vanderbilt’s Latest Loss The Commodores have fallen to 2-2 on the season after losing to South Carolina last week. Vanderbilt head coach Derek Mason said it was a difficult loss for his …

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No. 7 Auburn hosts No. 12 LSU in SEC Opener

Conference play begins for both Tigers this weekend, as LSU and Auburn face off at the Jordan-Hare Stadium. Both teams have seen a great start to the season, winning their first two games, and this matchup could prove pivotal in the battle for the SEC West against Alabama. Auburn Tigers …

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Lorenz, DeWitt Leads Gators to Series Win Versus No. 13 LSU

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The fifth-ranked Florida softball team won 5-3 to win the series versus the No. 13 Louisiana State Tigers at home on Sunday. Florida was down 3-0 in the fifth but stormed back with four runs in the bottom of the inning. A three-run triple for Amanda Lorenz unloaded the bases …

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Penny Hardaway Takes Over Memphis Tigers

There’s a new trend emerging in college hoops: former NBA greats are returning to their Alma mater to coach on the same court where they began their historic careers. We recently saw it when Chris Mullin took over St. John’s University in 2015, followed by Patrick Ewing reclaiming his former …

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Bruce Pearl Leads Auburn to First Tournament since 2003

After earning a regular season championship title, the Auburn Tigers can proudly say they’ll be a part of the madness this March for the first time in 15 years. In a Sweet Sixteen game on March 28th 2003, the Tigers fell to Syracuse in a devastating one-point defeat. Since then, …

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