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Mississippi Changes Flag

On Sunday, the Mississippi State Legislature voted to change the state’s flag. Mississippi’s abandonment of the flag means that all state flags in America are Confederate-emblem free. The vote to remove the flag was an overwhelming “yes.” The resolution passed in the House 91-23. It passed in the Senate 37-14. …

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NCAA Committee proposes six-week practice plan for schools

NCAA AD addresses media

It seems like college football is on the horizon. Currently, the NCAA is in the process of determining the manner in which the sport will return. The NCAA Division I Football Oversight Committee is on the task. It will put the finishing touches on a new preseason practice plan on …

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SEC mourns the loss of Johnny Majors

SEC fans across the country are mourning the death of University of Tennessee football coaching legend, Johnny Majors. Majors passed away early Wednesday at his home in Knoxville, according to his wife. He was 85. He was the second SEC legend to die this week, as Auburn coach Pat Dye …

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SEC officials vote on campuses reopening this Friday

A monumental decision will be made this Friday when SEC officials vote on if campuses should open up their athletic facilities to voluntary workouts. How will the vote turnout? The vote being presented to school presidents and chancellors has these workouts starting in June. Oklahoma Sooners Head Coach Lincoln Riley …

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Pac-12 coaches speak on season

With the coronavirus jeopardizing college football in 2020, the Pac-12 and its coaches back an NCAA-mandated uniform start to the season. A big part of this would also include playing just a conference schedule. What the Pac-12 coaches are saying USC Head Coach Clay Helton dives into this possibility. He …

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Jaguars select CJ Henderson, K’Lavon Chaisson in first round of NFL Draft

The Jacksonville Jaguars put the emphasis on defense in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft with the selection of  Florida defensive back CJ Henderson and LSU defensive end K’Lavon Chaisson. The Jaguars selected Henderson, a former Florida Gator cornerback, with ninth overall pick in the draft. The Jaguars …

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Far beyond football; Former Gator QB Noah Brindise reminisces on his time with Spurrier

Legendary football coach Steve Spurrier celebrated his 75th year birthday Monday. Born April 20, 1945, the Heisman trophy winner would go on to coach the Gators with tremendous success. As the Head Ball Coach celebrates another year around the sun, the football world is reminiscing on some of his classic …

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Will Muschamp Making the Best of It

Will Muschamp is like many people affected by COVID-19. He’s trying to figure it out and simultaneously do his part. In his fifth year in Columbia, the South Carolina head football coach talked online coaching, Madden tournaments and charitable efforts with Steve Russell. @CoachWMuschamp joins @SteveRussell850 to talk about how …

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How Gus Malzahn is handling COVID-19

While most coaches and teams are frantically trying to get answers for when sports will start again, Auburn football head coach Gus Malzahn is patiently waiting for the pandemic to end. What he’s doing On March 17, the SEC announced suspensions of all its spring sporting events including football practices, …

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