1. Tony Franklin and His Undefeatable Patented Offensive System© Sent Packing

    Tony Franklin and His Undefeatable Patented Offensive System© Sent Packing for Bleacher Report "I think Tony (Franklin)'s done a good job of adjusting," Tommy Tuberville told ESPN's Chris Low just days ago...

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  2. Spurrier Goes Down Fighting Until The Bitter End

    for Gods Among Men: Coaches and Coordinators in the SEC Moreno, showing off his now legendary leaping ability. Far less players were hurdled this week...

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  3. Ohio State-USC: Worst Showing Ever for a Top Five Team?

    Saturday night's 35-3 colossal rout of Ohio State by the USC Trojans may be viewed in the future as one of the worst showings ever by a team ranked so highly...

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  4. Kerry Collins Seeks Redemption and Starting Job In Tennessee

    Kerry Collins Seeks Redemption and Starting Job In Tennesseefor News Around The NFL"Alcohol caused me to act in an erratic way and there were certain personal issues, some family issues that I needed to address," he said...

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  5. Les Miles Hopes For Divine Intervention

    Les Miles Hopes For Divine Interventionfor Gods Among Men: Coaches and Coordinators in the SECWhen Tropical Storm Faye turned towards Alabama on August 26, 2008, Les Miles knew that ...

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  6. Beanie Wells: No Hope for the Heisman

    Beanie Wells, Heisman No Hopefor Heisman Hopefuls“I honestly (think about it) all the time, I’m not (going to sit here and) tell you (I) don’t,” he said. “I thought (about) the Heisman (in) my 10th-grade year...

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  7. Chris Todd wins The Job, Auburn Hopes For Revenge Against Mississippi State

    Chris Todd wins The Job, Auburn Hopes For Revenge Against Mississippi Statefor 24-Hours of PropagandaChris Todd, Auburn's Official Starting Quarterback, Finally.......

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  8. Week 3 SEC Picks

    Week 3 SEC Picksfor 24-Hours of PropagandaHeisman Era Steve SpurrierIt seems like an easy week this time around so lets get to it:UAB (0-2) at Tenn (0-1) TENN: 99%. My Pick: tn...

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  9. Trent "Paycheck" Green, a Waste of an NFL Roster Spot

    Trent "Paycheck" Green, a Waste of an NFL Roster Spot for News Around the NFL Trent Green , who is now slated as the "2nd Quarterback" in St. Louis, is a paycheck player...

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  10. Quarterbacks in Demand

    Quarterbacks in Demandfor News Around the NFLThe Patriots released a statement today that read: "After extensive tests this morning, it was revealed that Tom Brady's left knee, which was injured ...

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  11. ACC Sacked in Week One of College Football Season

    ACC Sacked in Week One of College Football Seasonfor 24-Hours of PropagandaThe ACC was manhandled in four of its out of conference games in week one, Virginia Tech losing to East Carolina, Clemson ...

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  12. Alabama Crimson Tide on New Sports Illustrated Cover

    Alabama Crimson Tide on new Sports Illustrated Coverfor 24-Hours of PropagandaJust a month after Nick NITELITE Saban graced the cover of Forbes Magazine and was anointed the most powerful coach ...

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  13. Top Wide Receiver and Linebacker Prospects Have Eyes on Auburn

    Top Wide Receiver and Linebacker Prospects eye Auburnfor 24-Hours of PropagandaJheranie Boyd, the No. 5 wide receiver prospect and No. 37 player overall rated by ESPN, told AuburnUndercover...

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  14. My Picks for Week Two of SEC Action

    for Football Around The SECSouth Carolina (1-0) at Vanderbilt (1-0) USC: 87%. My Pick: South Carolina. While Vanderbilt impressed with a win over a veteran Miami (OH) crew last week, The Ol' Ball Coach will put them at 1-1 by Friday morning...

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  15. Week 1 SEC Round-up

    Week 1 Southeastern Conference Round-up and Resultsfor 24-Hours of PropagandaWeek 1 was a dominant one for the SEC, against many lesser opponents, but including at least two major upsets and the Tennessee loss to UCLA...

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  16. Nick NITELITE Saban Routes Tommy Bowden

    Nick NITELITE Saban routs Tommy Bowdenfor Gods Among Men: Coaches and Coordinators in the SECNo, that was your future flashing before your eyes....Clemson came into the Georgia Dome Saturday with the confidence of an anointed champion...

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  17. Tennessee Loses in Overtime, Phil Fulmer Dazed and Confused, Slick Rick is Back

    for Gods Among Men: Coaches and Coordinators in the SECit always feels good to beat Tennessee The Rick Neuheisel era in UCLA is off to a dramatic start with a 27-24 victory in overtime versus 18th-ranked Tennessee...

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