1. Miles: Pro Day "Proof" LSU System's Working

    Les Miles was all smiles Wednesday at LSU Pro Day. LSU's head coach discussed what the day means for the program and how the Tigers are prepared for an increasing amount of three-and-dones...

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  2. LSU pro day: Inside the numbers

    BATON ROUGE, La. -- The race to become the first quarterback selected in next month's NFL draft is apparently down to three players: Central Florida's Blake Bortles, Louisville's Teddy Bridgewater and Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel ...

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  3. Beckham Jr. Will Attend NFL Draft in NYC, Father Says

    LSU wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. will be among the players attending the 2014 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall, according to a Facebook post by his father.....

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  4. 'Disappointed' Pinkel Addresses Green-Beckham Suspension

    In a surprising break from his long-standing policy, Gary Pinkel has decided to publicly address a disciplinary measure taken against one of his Missouri football players...

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  5. Lynn Swann on Clowney: 'He Has All the Tools'

    Lynn Swann is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame because of his offensive acumen, but he's a believer that defense is what wins in the end and he's a believer in finding a “cornerstone” for that defense...

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  6. Big-Game Pressure No Problem for South Carolina Kicker Elliott Fry

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  7. Spurrier: Thompson to Play Half of Spring Game

    The University of South Carolina football team began its final week of spring drills by working out in helmets and shoulder pads at the Bluff Road practice fields on Tuesday afternoon...

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  8. Injuries Take a Toll on Missouri Football Practice

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  9. Aaron Murray Raves About Jadeveon Clowney

    Former Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray spent half a decade in the SEC, which in many ways is the closest thing to an NFL minor league...

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  10. Police: Students less likely to 'snitch out' Mizzou athletes : Sports

    Columbia Police have consistently declined to comment on any pending investigation into Sunday's alleged burglary involving Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham. That changed Wednesday...

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  11. Pinkel on DGB: 'It Stings Me, the Players, Our Fans'

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  12. Chaney: Razorbacks Need Protection Correction

    Arkansas' offense turned in a handful of big plays during last Saturday's 101-play scrimmage in Razorback Stadium. But offensive coordinator Jim Chaney said the passing game improvement also came with some protection issues...

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  13. New Number, New Outlook for Peters

    Arkansas linebacker Otha Peters made an important decision during the offseason to help prepare for 2014.....

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  14. LSU Football: Les Miles' 5 Biggest Concerns Post-Spring Practice

    Les Miles has a job other coaches can only dream about. Talent-rich Louisiana is his own backyard, he wins 10 games annually in the nation's best conference and has become a celebrity by being his quirky self...

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  15. UT Vols' Marquez North Picturing Sophomore Success

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  16. Former Baylor Standout Colton Jumper Gets His Chance at UT

    Those who projected a two-deep lineup for Tennessee's defense this spring probably had at least one error.....

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  17. Fan Found Guilty of Disorderly Conduct After Storming Field

    An Auburn fan was found guilty of disorderly conduct for storming the field at Jordan-Hare Stadium after the Iron Bowl, according to the Opelika-Auburn News.....

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  18. Hughes High in Arkansas to Name Football Field After Gus Malzahn

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  19. Johnson Throwing '100 Mph Fastball' During Spring

    He may have to wait until 2015 to showcase his talents on each fall Saturday, but Jeremy Johnson is still developing his skills.....

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  20. Wright Welcomes 'Rhino' Package at Auburn

    Gabe Wright isn't a defensive end. At 6-foot-3 and 284 pounds, he simply doesn't fit the bill. He's too big, too valuable a space-eater inside at defensive tackle. Moving him to end would be like chasing a sports car with a tank...

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  21. SEC Reportedly Sets Record Tax Return of $314.5 Million

    SEC football is indeed doing well in the fiscal department, setting a conference record with a tax return that listed $314.5 million in revenue for the 2012-13 season, according to a report from Steve Berkowitz of USA Today...

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  22. Georgia Turns to Fans for Offensive Playcalling Help

    Georgia is not looking for a new offensive coordinator, but the Bulldogs could be looking for outside help to develop some new additions to the playbook...

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  23. Big Arm Leads to Gridiron for UGA’s Ramsey

    It was probably inevitable that Brice Ramsey and his golden arm would finally quit soccer, the family business, and give football a try. It still took until a fortuitous moment his final year of middle school...

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  24. Mason Thankful That Murray 'Just Passed the Torch'

    Aaron Murray was a constant at Georgia practice for nearly five years. He never even missed a practice on the way to starting 50 straight games.....

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  25. Georgia Trying to Shore Up Depth at Receiver

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