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Former Tennessee athletic trainer Mike Rollo dies

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Mike Rollo, a former Tennessee athletic trainer who worked more than 30 years at the school in a variety of roles, has died. 100 more words

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Mississippi State announces time for Maroon-White Game

Football season is here — or at least spring football.

Pro Day is Wednesday. Spring practices start March 18 and Mississippi State announced the start time of the Maroon-White Game on April 18. 145 more words

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SEC's Slive leery of making freshman athletes ineligible

Southeastern Conference Commissioner Mike Slive says it would be best to wait until after the NCAA’s initial eligibility rules take effect in 2016 before considering whether to limit freshmen eligibility. 98 more words

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After player's DWI, Bielema resorts to 'old school' discipline

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KTHV) – After an Arkansas Razorbacks football player was arrested for a DWI last month, Head Coach Brett Bielema decided to resort to an “old school” method of discipline. 291 more words

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Five storylines as Ole Miss begins spring practice

OXFORD – Spring practice begins today at Ole Miss, just two short months after the end of the 2014 season.

It should be an intriguing 15 practices and Grove Bowl (April 11) for the Rebels, who finished 2014 9-4 but lost the Peach Bowl in blowout fashion and face instability at key spots in the lineup. 841 more words

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Steve Spurrier joins Twitter

COLUMBIA – “1rst off/ Hello to all Gamecocks! I want to thank all past players at Duke at UF and UofSC and all present and future players… 221 more words

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