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Zach Cunningham didn’t get selected in the 2017 NFL Draft until the second round, when the Houston Texans selected the former Vanderbilt linebacker with the No. 57 pick. If it was up to Skip Bayless, the Fox Sports radio host who also attended Vandy, Cunningham would have been selected much earlier. During the draft on […]
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It took 93 picks for Auburn to finally produce a draft pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. So when the Green Bay Packers alas selected a Tiger, defensive tackle Montravius Adams, it seemed an indelible moment. And it was, to be sure, but Adams will certainly remember Friday, April 28, 2017 for far different reasons. […]
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Former New Mexico point guard Jalen Harris has announced his intentions to transfer to Arkansas. He made the announcement Friday night while on an official visit to Fayetteville. Harris (6-foot-2, 156 pounds) played in all 31 of the Lobos’ games with 18 starts as a freshman last season. He averaged 20.6 minutes, 4.5 points and 2.3 assists […]
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Kendell Beckwith was taken No. 107 overall by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He spent most of the 2016 season as the most productive member of LSU’s stellar defense. And then his knee buckled. Beckwith tore his ACL against Florida on Nov. 19, bringing an end to his college career and plunging his draft status into […]
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — The Pittsburgh Steelers picked up a versatile defensive back who can also return punts when they selected Cam Sutton with the 94th overall pick in the third round of the NFL draft. “When he was 100 percent, he did a pretty good job in coverage,” ESPN analyst Mel Kiper Jr. said. “He […]
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Friday marked another ho-hum day for Alabama football. All it did during the first three rounds of the 2017 NFL draft was, oh, tie the SEC and program record with four first-round picks — after being ignored for the first 15, prompting running back Damien Harris to label the draft as “disrespectful — and tack on another […]
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Kendell Beckwith and Kwon Alexander are getting the band back together. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected Beckwith with the final pick of the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft, meaning the LSU linebacker will join his former LSU teammate, Alexander, in Tampa. Alexander was drafted by the Bucs in 2015. Beckwith was considered a […]
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INDIANAPOLIS — John Calipari and Kentucky basketball are bigger than a national recruiting footprint. Lately, they’ve gone international, and the Wildcats hope to keep their recent Canadian pipeline running wide open with R.J. Barrett, the No. 1 overall prospect in the Class of 2019. Over the last two years, UK has landed three players from […]
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Tony Richardson stepped to the podium at the 2017 NFL Draft on Friday night, preparing to announce the New York Jets’ third-round selection. And before doing so, the former Auburn fullback, who played for New York from 2008-10, wanted to shout out a “J-E-T-S, JETS!” for old times’ sake. However, it didn’t go that smoothly. […]
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COLUMBIA, S.C. — Whatever swoon South Carolina baseball is experiencing in SEC play reached a new low point Friday night and it was historic in the worst way. And it came the day after South Carolina players said they had their best days of practice this season through the week. The Gamecocks (24-16, 9-10 SEC) […]
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After Kentucky baseball took two of three games against then No. 9 LSU last week, second baseman Riley Mahan said he didn’t think the Wildcats were getting the credit they deserved. A 19-1 bashing of No. 21 South Carolina on Friday night might’ve been the statement no one can ignore. The 6th-ranked Wildcats lit up […]
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Tennessee pitcher Hunter Martin gave up four hits and one run over eight innings at Vanderbilt, but it was one run too much. The Vols (21-18, 5-14 SEC) lost to the Commodores (26-11, 10-9) Friday night in Nashville. Vanderbilt sophomore pitcher Patrick Raby (7-3), from the Knoxville suburb of Farragut, shut out the Vols over […]
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