Auburn

Arrest Made In Shooting Death Of Auburn’s Jakell Mitchell

An arrest was made in connection with the fatal shooting of Auburn football player Jakell Mitchell. Markale Deandra Hart, 22, was arrested on felony murder charges.

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Three In The Key: UCF Survives Challenge from Bethune-Cookman

After getting throttled at home by Davidson before the holiday, UCF Basketball rebounded for a 75-67 win over old local rival Bethune-Cookman. Again, it was in doubt for most of the evening, and again, UCF pulled away late, thanks to

UCF head coach George O'Leary  led the Knights to their first ever BCS Bowl.

UCF Unranked, But Receiving Votes, in Preseason Coaches’ Poll

UCF’s greatest season in its football history was not enough to earn it a spot in the preseason top 25 of the preseason Amway Coaches’ Poll on Thursday. The same day they began fall practice for the 2014 season, the Knights

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CBS Announces Kick-Off for Florida-Georgia Game

Florida will face Georgia at 3:30 on Saturday, Nov. 1, in Jacksonville, CBS and the Southeastern Conference announced today. It marks the 12th-consecutive season that the two SEC East rivals will meet in front of a national audience on

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Topics to Be Covered in SEC Spring Meetings

On tap for this week are the SEC spring meetings in Destin, FL. There are quite a few topics to be covered and the biggest one of them all is autonomy. According to College Football Talk, there is a

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CFB: Top Teams in The Big Five

As we look ahead to college football season, let’s take a look at top teams in each of the power conferences. You may think it’s a little too early for this, but we are within 100 days of kickoff…why

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What’s On The Agenda for SEC Spring Meetings?

The SEC will hold their spring meetings this week and it’s almost certain that self-government will be a topic of discussion. Per College Football Talk, SEC commissioner Mike Silver said that they support autonomy. “Our presidents and chancellors have

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BYU Investigates Improper Benefits for Football Players

PROVO, Utah (AP) — BYU is looking into allegations that football players received improper benefits. Associate athletic director Duff Tittle told The Associated Press that the university is conducting a “thorough review of the matter.” Duff had no further

NCAA

NCAA Criticized for “Power Shifting”

Not everyone agrees with the “power conference” label that has been stamped on the Big 5 universities in the NCAA. The Boise State president is not happy with the recent power shift that the NCAA has created. He is

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Tracy Wolfson Named CBS’s Lead Sideline Reporter

CBS has announced that its No. 1 NFL broadcasting team, which will call both Thursday night