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SEC Goes out of this World

SEC Goes out of this World

This season, the SEC will do what no other network has done, broadcast a football game in outer space. Astronaut Barry “Butch” Wilmore is scheduled to rocket into orbit on September 25 when he returns to the International Space Station (ISS) for approximately six-months. For his mission, he made a special request to NASA to air the SEC Network so he can watch the SEC Game of the Week and all things SEC. NASA is working to stream the...

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A Primer on College Football Playoffs

A Primer on College Football Playoffs

Division I college football is entering a new era as a four-team playoff system will determine the national champion from now until the 2025 season. Unlike the BCS days, which relied on computer rankings...

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Who Can Prevent Jameis Winston From Winning A Second Heisman?

Who Can Prevent Jameis Winston From Winning A Second Heisman?

Last season, many people were surprised to see just how dominant of the quarterback Jameis Winston was as a redshirt freshman. Not only did he take over as a starter for the Florida State...

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Notre Dame looking to Under Armour

Notre Dame looking to Under Armour

News is circulating around South Bend that Notre Dame is switching from Adidas to Under Armour.  One of the most recognized brands in all of college sports will not renew its Adidas contract after...

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Tim Tebow Returns to College Football

Tim Tebow Returns to College Football

Ex-Florida Gator quarterback Tim Tebow is returning to college football as a studio analyst for the SEC Network.  The two time BCS and SEC champ and Heisman Trophy winner will make his broadcast debut...

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Military Bowl: Marshall vs. Maryland

Military Bowl: Marshall vs. Maryland

Marshall (9-4) vs. Maryland (7-5) Dec. 27, 2:30 p.m. ET (ESPN). Line: Marshall by -2.5; O/U 62. Series Record: 0-0, first meeting. The Maryland Terrapins (7-5, 3-5 ACC) started the season strong with a...

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2013 Bowl Gifts

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2013 Bowl Gifts

During the bowl season, the NCAA allows for players to receive up to $550 worth of high-end gifts and swag. Moreover, participating schools can purchase additional gift packages to distribute to players beyond the...

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