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July 10, 2014
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Les Miles is the most popular coach on Twitter

May 4, 2013
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Les Miles is the most popular coach on Twitter   If you have a Twitter account you know the entire value of your existence is based upon how many strangers on the Internet follow your 140-character bon mots. If you’ve only got a few hundred followers you shouldn’t even make eye contact with somebody who…

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April brings renewal, big questions as spring ball kicks into high gear

April 2, 2013
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April brings renewal, big questions as spring ball kicks into high gear

A year ago today, Arkansas’ coach chose to ride a motorcycle down a country road near Fayetteville without a helmet and with a woman who was not his wife. There have been bigger April Fools, but the list has to be a short one. Smack in the middle of spring practice, more than the fortunes of the coach…

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Tyrann Mathieu believes he was the best player at the NFL combine

March 14, 2013
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Tyrann Mathieu believes he was the best player at the NFL combine

Considering he has not played in an actual football game since 2011, former LSU cornerback Tyrann Mathieu put together a pretty impressive showing at the NFL Combine last month. He ran a 4.50 in the 40-yard dash and reportedly held his own in drills, so his actual performance probably didn’t do much to affect his stock. As…

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Cam Cameron likes what he sees of Zach Mettenberger: spring football preview

March 14, 2013
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Cam Cameron likes what he sees of Zach Mettenberger: spring football preview

LSU offensive coordinator Cam Cameron got his tough-guy coaching from two of the toughest, having played basketball for Bobby Knight and coached under Bo Schembechler. Trust him when he says quarterbackZach Mettenberger is tough. Cameron, who is Mettenberger’s new best friend as offensive coordinator, hasn’t worked on the field with the senior LSU quarterback yet. But Mettenberger’s toughness is…

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The SEC’s best players heading into spring practice

March 12, 2013
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The SEC’s best players heading into spring practice

SDS has featured a series of the top returners by position heading into spring practice over the last week. We weren’t simply forecasting breakout stars or spring emerging players, but we’re ranking the known commodities in the league and how they compare heading into spring practice. Previous position rankings Quarterback Running Back Wide Receiver Offensive…

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The Les Miles Rumor Demonstrates the Power, Dangers of Social Media

March 4, 2013
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The Les Miles Rumor Demonstrates the Power, Dangers of Social Media

At about the time I cracked open up my first bottle of Malbec on Saturday night, my Twitter feed erupted. “Is it true?” “What do you know?” “Where do they go from here?” Without knowing the source of the latest Internet frenzy, I dug deeper and found my answer within seconds. The stir was regarding a tweet—although…

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The Biggest Question Mark for Each Top 25 Team Entering 2013 Spring Practice

February 26, 2013
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The Biggest Question Mark for Each Top 25 Team Entering 2013 Spring Practice

Just like that, the month of February is soon in the rear-view mirror, meaning that spring football is ready to take place in a week or so for all of the top teams in college football. This time of year gives every program a chance to look over its team, iron out the weaknesses and…

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With 10 years of success, are the Tigers as good as it gets?

February 18, 2013
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With 10 years of success, are the Tigers as good as it gets?

Sure, a football team composed of 85 five-star prospects would be a dream come true for any fanbase — which certainly would enjoy the bragging rights that accompanied such a distinguished roster. But let’s not kid ourselves, it ain’t gonna happen. Truthfully, the mere thought of it brings to mind the sapient words of soon…

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New NCAA rules will turn college recruiting into “the wild, wild West”

February 8, 2013
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New NCAA rules will turn college recruiting into “the wild, wild West”

If you think it’s bad now, just wait. If you think college football recruiting has become too big and too time-consuming and too insanely excessive, just wait. If you think 17-year-old high school football players have become too self-important, too entitled and too overindulged, just wait. If you think confused recruits committing, decommitting and recommitting…

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