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Maryland won't have its head coach when it plays Ole Miss

Maryland’s head coach won’t be on hand when it takes on Ole Miss Friday in the first game of the NCAA Tournament’s Los Angeles regional. … 121 more words

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USC's Page Earns First-Team All-America Honors

Columbia, SC — South Carolina junior left fielder Alaynie Page became the first All-American under head coach Beverly Smith, earning first-team accolades from the National Fastpitch Coaches Association, the organization released today. 426 more words

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Auburn depth chart analysis: Boundary cornerback

AUBURN – Until Tuesday it looked like Josh Holsey would return to the starting lineup at boundary corner, then Blake Countess arrived.

There looks to be at the very least a major position battle between players entering the fourth seasons, if not a signal that Holsey will be on the move, again. 593 more words

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Auburn considering new sports medicine, football facilities

DESTIN, Fla. – The cranes and hard hats on Auburn’s campus may be sticking around longer than the completion of the new scoreboard.

Auburn athletic director Jay Jacobs said the department is “still studying” plans for renovations to the North end zone of Jordan-Hare Stadium including additional suites, a new scoreboard and a relocated of the team locker room, in addition to a new sports medicine facility and standalone football facilities. 723 more words

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SEC to allow satellite camps if no NCAA ban

DESTIN, Fla. – The Southeastern Conference will either change the rules regarding recruiting camps or join in the chase.

SEC athletic directors voted Wednesday to drop the league’s restriction that prohibits coaches from attending satellite camps beginning in 2016 — but only if the football powerhouse can’t get the NCAA to ban those camps altogether. 420 more words

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SEC to 'substantially' increase fines for rushing fields

DESTIN, Fla. – The Southeastern Conference has been fining its schools for rushing fields and storming courts since 2004.

Now, a decade later, those penalties are going up. 552 more words

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