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LSU’s “Breakthrough” Victory Over ‘Bama Provides Contrasts For Teams, Coaches, and Quarterbacks

After finishing the last eight seasons with a tally in the loss column against bitter-rival Alabama Crimson Tide, the high-octane LSU Tigers had a major breakthrough Saturday afternoon when the team traveled to an unwelcoming Tuscaloosa, Alabama and defeated the Tide 46-41 on their own turf, in the game played at Bryant-Denny Stadium. By getting

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NCAA’s Ruling Against Star Athletes Stirs Up Legal Drama at Ohio State and Memphis

The NCAA made waves last Friday when it announced Ohio State Defensive End Chase Young and Memphis Center James Wiseman were ineligible for amateur competition at the collegiate level. The position taken by the governing body of college athletics is interesting due to the fact they recently passed a vote allowing amateur players to monetize

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QB Tua Expected To Miss Time For ‘Bama After Surgery

Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa had surgery on Sunday morning to help repair a high-ankle sprain that he suffered during the Crimson Tide’s 35-13 victory over the Tennessee Volunteers. While recovering, he is expected to miss the team’s next game against Arkansas. After starting the game 12 of 13 passing, Tua was injured while scrambling to

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Dabo Gives Clemson Freshman A Long Bus Ride After Punch

Since taking over the Clemson football program, head coach Dabo Swinney has managed to keep controversy to a minimum both on and off the field. That all changed during the Tigers’ game against the Louisville Cardinals on Saturday. That’s because Clemson cornerback Andrew Booth Jr. decided he was going to take matters into his own

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Ed Orgeron: LSU’s “Supreme” Leader Making Waves With Team Ranked #2

In the modern game of football everything is being dictated by analytics. Coaching hires, play-calling and even player development are giving way to years of traditional theory. As a result, the sport is changing. However, Louisiana State University’s head coach Ed Orgeron is a classic throwback reminiscent of legendary motivators. The player’s coach shows an

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Ex-Tiger Castellanos Finding Swing in Wrigleyville with Cubs

It wasn’t long ago when Chicago Cubs outfielder Nicholas Castellanos played his home games at Detroit’s misfit baseball wasteland, Comerica Park. The Tigers are in full rebuild mode and have been losing games at historic rates. Consistent defeat left Castellanos in a state of discontent. With his contract set to expire after the season, and

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