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Former Ole Miss offensive tackle Michael Oher missed the first day of voluntary organized team activities with the Carolina Panthers on Tuesday, but he reportedly plans to show for a mandatory minicamp in June. A source told ESPN’s David Newton that Oher plans to attend the minicamp from June 13-15 and that the player hopes to contribute for Carolina […]
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After a 4-year drought, the Florida women’s tennis team is a national champion once again. The top-seeded Gators earned their seventh national championship in the sport and first since 2012 with a 4-1 win over No. 7 seed Stanford on Tuesday night in Athens, Ga. It’s Florida’s fourth women’s tennis title in 16 years under […]
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Welcome to SEC Country’s daily Alabama Crimson Tide Podcast with Ryan Fowler. Today, we talked with Mitch Light from Athlon Sports about the upcoming season and projections for the Crimson Tide Topics discussed: Mitch Light from Athlon Sports talks about why his publication thinks Alabama is the team to beat in 2017 Who can block Alabama from winning […]
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With the 2018 recruiting season in full swing, we are beginning to see numerous prospects narrow down their lists and release top 5s, 10s and 15s. The latest prospects to do so is SEC target Daniel Carson, a defensive end. On Tuesday night, Carson took to Twitter to release his top 11 schools. Included on […]
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You likely missed it. What’s more you probably don’t care, in that if you are a sports aficionado, you likely are most attracted to traditional events where a ball is engaged—football, basketball, baseball, golf, tennis and now gathering momentum, soccer—that the record of Georgia legend Spec Towns was broken a little over a week ago. […]
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There’s no doubt who the top two programs in the state of Alabama are. That would be the Crimson Tide of the University of Alabama and the Tigers of Auburn University. But quietly, the Troy Trojans have emerged as yet another quality program in the Yellowhammer state, going 10-3 in 2016 with a win in […]
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Georgia’s baseball team must wait to open SEC Tournament play. As relayed by ESPN’s Peter Burns, the game between Georgia and Mississippi State has been postponed until Wednesday. The teams will play in the first game of the day, with a 10:30 a.m. ET start. Georgia and Mississippi State were scheduled to start at 9 p.m. […]
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Mississippi State already has an incoming 4-star dual-threat quarterback this season, and Dan Mullen now has a commitment from yet another for next season. Jalen Mayden, a 4-star dual-threat quarterback from Sachse, Texas announced his commitment to the Bulldogs via Twitter on Tuesday night. He becomes just the second 4-star pledge for MSU in the […]
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Mississippi State’s baseball team must wait to open SEC Tournament play. As relayed by ESPN’s Peter Burns, the game between Georgia and Mississippi State has been postponed until Wednesday. The teams will play in the first game of the day, with a 10:30 a.m. ET start. Georgia and Mississippi State were scheduled to start at 9 […]
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HOOVER, Ala. – Rain and lightning in central Alabama have caused a bit of adjustment at this week’s SEC Baseball Tournament. Everything is pushed back one game, the league announced late Tuesday night, the tournament’s first day. A four-hour first game between South Carolina and Vanderbilt and a 106-minute rain delay in Game 2 between […]
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Deyavie (pronounced D-ahh-vee) Hammond was offered by Alabama on May 17. His recruitment was never going to last much longer than that. Hammond, a 2019 4-star offensive guard from Lakeland (Fla.) High School better known as ‘Fridge,’ was going to commit to Alabama this past Friday, but he couldn’t reach Tide offensive line coach Brent Key. […]
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Shaun Alexander needed guidance when he was a young NFL player. The former Alabama running back told TMZ Sports that he turned to former teammate Cortez Kennedy for tutoring on life skills early in his NFL career. Kennedy, 48, died Tuesday in Orlando, Fla. Alexander, who played for Alabama from 1996-99, remembers Kennedy and Ricky […]
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