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Therezie's presence sparks Auburn defense

AUBURN, Ala. – Robenson Therezie wasn’t expected to play Saturday. He was “working through some eligibility issues” as Gus Malzahn put it during fall camp, and his name didn’t even show up on the two-deep depth chart released last Tuesday. This is the same player who was named Auburn’s defensive MVP last year after he led the team in interceptions (four) and...

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Blake Sims earned his start and respect

ATLANTA -- Blake Sims wouldn’t say if he ever thought there was a question that he’d be Alabama’s starting quarterback on Saturday. But the faint smile he tried to contain when asked might have said otherwise. Regardless of whether Sims ever worried about beating out Jacob Coker during fall camp, the starting job is his, and after a decent first start -- and win -- it’s...

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Aggies' defense gives reason for optimism

Texas A&M's biggest question mark coming into this season -- even more so than its quarterback -- revolved around its defense and whether it could show significant improvement after a brutal 2013 campaign. One game into the 2014 season, there is sufficient reason for optimism in several areas the Aggies struggled a year ago. Overshadowed by the record-breaking starting debut of sophomore...

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SEC lacks a front-runner after Week 1

The Alabama Crimson Tide couldn’t handle the hurry-up. Clint Trickett might as well have blown kisses to Nick Saban the way he paraded West Virginia's offense up and down the field. The Auburn Tigers struggled with the power running game. The same Arkansas Razorbacks' offense that ranked last in the SEC a year ago manhandled the Tigers’ front seven, posting 21 points by...

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SEC helmet stickers: Week 1

What a weekend of college football. The SEC kicked off the festivities with three games on Thursday night and wrapped it all up with the Tennessee-Utah State game on Sunday night. Here's a look at the five best performances from Week 1. Kenny Hill, QB, Texas A&M: The award for most obvious helmet sticker goes to the Aggies' sophomore quarterback, who dazzled in his first start. Hill broke Johnny...

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Plays that changed the game: Tennessee

There’s been quite a bit of excitement in Knoxville recently, and it was easy to see why with Tennessee’s opening-day performance Sunday. In front of a capacity crowd -- the first sellout in a home opener since 2007 -- the Volunteers dominated a dangerous Utah State team who many thought could pull off the upset, 38-7. A little old, a little new After scoring the opening...

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Tennessee 38, Utah State 7

Justin Worley threw for 273 yards and three touchdowns to lead Tennessee past Utah State 38-7....

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Arkansas gets stuck at halftime, literally

AUBURN, Ala. -- Through the first half Saturday, Arkansas stayed right with No. 6 Auburn. The score was tied at 21 and the Razorbacks had 151 yards on the ground, nearly doubling Auburn’s rushing total. However, the second half was a different story. Arkansas gained just 2 rushing yards and picked up three first downs in the second half as Auburn pulled away to win easily, 45-21. When...

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New season, same song for LSU, Wisconsin

HOUSTON -- The game turned -- and isn't this always the case for LSU under Les Miles? -- with a bold call on special teams. The game ended -- and how many times have we seen this in recent years? -- with Wisconsin falling just short of a marquee win and wondering where it all went wrong. The No. 13 Tigers and No. 14 Badgers came into the Advocare Texas Kickoff as mystery teams because of all...

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