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January 8, 2020

Georgia’s Jake Fromm enters draft; starting lineman to transfer

Drew Franklin 3:30pm January 8, 2020 1/8/20

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The Georgia football team will have a new look on offense next season as star quarterback Jake Fromm announced he will enter the 2020 NFL Draft. A three-time SEC East champion under center for the Bulldogs, Fromm decided four times is too many and it is now time to pursue a professional career. He is…

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January 2, 2020

Catch The Fever: Catch Up On SEC Basketball

Drew Franklin 3:30pm January 2, 2020 1/2/20

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You feel that fever coming on? It’s SEC basketball, and as hard as it is to believe, it begins Saturday. Conference plays get underway this weekend for most of the Southeastern Conference with your University of Kentucky Wildcats all set to host Missouri in the kickoff to league play in Lexington. Soon we’ll be traveling about…

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November 19, 2019

Great news! Vanderbilt to keep Derek Mason

Drew Franklin 3:00pm November 19, 2019 11/19/19 Comments Disabled

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The brass over at Vanderbilt must’ve seen something they liked in the Commodores’ 24-point loss to your University of Kentucky Wildcats down in Nashville last weekend. Whatever it was, it was enough for Mason to keep his job despite a 2-8 record, including a home loss to UNLV, this season. Vandy AD Malcolm Turner took…

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July 14, 2019

Could Tennessee be the next SEC school to allow the sale of alcohol?

Kindsey Bernhard 12:00pm July 14, 2019 7/14/19

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Texas A&M is the only school in the SEC that has confirmed they will be selling alcohol this upcoming season. Could Tennessee be next? Tennessee athletic director Philip Fulmer told 104.5 The Zone in Nashville that the school is having discussions about alcohol sales at Neyland Stadium for this upcoming season. “We’re in the process,”…

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