2014 Football Schedule

Date Opponent Time/Results
Aug. 30 West Virginia(Atl) W 33-23
Sept. 6 Florida Atlantic W 41-0
Sept. 13 Southern Miss W 52-12
Sept. 20 *Florida W 42-21
Oct. 4 *@ Ole Miss L 17-23
Oct. 11 *@ Arkansas W 14-13
Oct. 18 *Texas A&M W 59-0
Oct. 25 *@ Tennessee W 34-20
Nov. 8 *@ LSU W 20-13
Nov. 15 *Mississippi State W 25-20
Nov. 22 Western Carolina W 48-14
Nov. 29 *Auburn W 55-44
Dec. 6 *Missouri(Atlanta) W 42-13
Jan. 1 Ohio State(New Orleans) L 35-42

*Southeastern Conference (SEC) opponent

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Recruit breakdown: CB Iman Marshall

What he brings: The versatile Iman Marshall is the complete package at the corner position. He brings size, ball skills and athleticism that could project at different positions throughout the secondary. He possesses great transitional quickness for a perimeter defender with his frame and closing speed to shut down receivers in man coverage. He also has the big frame and physicality, range and...

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Season report card: Alabama Crimson Tide

Even at Alabama, where it’s become national championship or bust, SEC championships are nothing to sneeze at. The Crimson Tide won their third SEC championship under Nick Saban in 2014, and winning an SEC title always constitutes a successful season. The ride wasn’t always smooth, and there were some glitches in all three phases of the game, ending with the disappointing loss to Ohio...

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Daily social: Kyler Murray sticks with Texas A M and twitter reacts

Twitter went into a late Thursday night frenzy. The reason: No. 1-ranked quarterback Kyler Murray announced on twitter and through ESPN that he was in fact sticking with his commitment to Texas A&M after visiting Texas 10 days ago. And with a 25 character tweet, Murray set off a twitter reaction rarely seen by a football recruit's decision. . Erik McKinney contributed to this report....

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Long journey for nation's top-ranked player, Byron Cowart, nearing an end

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SEC tipping point classes

Signing day is just around the corner, and most SEC teams have a chance to finish in the top 40 of the ESPN class rankings. Two schools, however, could make or break their overall recruiting classes in this last week. Auburn and Florida are in a unique situation that could certainly have an effect on both of their recruiting classes. Former Florida coach Will Muschamp is now the defensive...

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Early Offer: ESPN 300 receiver Brandon Martin still full of surprises

Brandon Martin surprised observers by coming out of nowhere to become one of the nation’s most highly-coveted prospects. He also surprised many when he made a commitment to Missouri last weekend. However, Martin showed us with his latest move, the surprises aren’t over yet. 1. No player has seen his stock shoot up more than Martin, an ESPN 300 receiver from Prime Prep Academy in...

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