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Gators’ Driskel happy with where team is heading into opener

GAINESVILLE – Jeff Driskel couldn’t wait to get back on the field after having his season end early with a broken leg last year. But he confessed on Tuesday that maybe it was for the best, given the poor weather and bad playing conditions that called off Saturday’s contest with Idaho. 547 more words

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LSU to be at full strength with suspensions lifted

BATON ROUGE – Sophomore cornerback Rashard Robinson and senior center Elliott Porter, two players projected as starters who started last season but did not make the trip to Houston for the Wisconsin game because of disciplinary suspensions, will return to the field on Saturday against Sam Houston State in Tiger Stadium, LSU coach Les Miles said Tuesday at a press conference. 534 more words

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Miles says Harris will continue to play QB

BATON ROUGE – Sophomore Anthony Jennings has taken an early lead in LSU’s in-season quarterback derby, but freshman Brandon Harris will continue to play more, LSU football coach Les Miles said at his press luncheon on Tuesday. 697 more words

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Georgia jumps into top 10 of Amway Coaches Poll

In an opening week in which many top teams showed some flaws but managed to come away with wins, the Amway Coaches Poll saw few changes from the preseason rankings. 333 more words

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govols247: Fast Five: Tuesday practice

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Here are five quick thoughts — or a Fast Five — from Tennessee’s Tuesday practice on Haslam Field. 94 more words

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LSU expected to be full strength Saturday

BATON ROUGE – Sophomore cornerback Rashard Robinson and senior center Elliott Porter, two players projected as starters who started last season but did not make the trip to Houston for the Wisconsin game because of disciplinary suspensions, will return to the field on Saturday against Sam Houston State in Tiger Stadium, LSU coach Les Miles said Tuesday at a press conference. 534 more words

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Malzahn: Jeremy Johnson's play 'confirmed what we knew'

AUBURN – Jeremy Johnson having the best performance of his budding career did not catch Auburn’s coaches by surprise.

The former G.W. Carver star went 12-for-16 for 243 yards with two touchdowns all in the first half of Auburn’s 45-21 win over Arkansas. 508 more words

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