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  • South Carolina holds on to upset No. 10 Auburn, 84-75

    South Carolina holds on to upset No. 10 Auburn, 84-75

    Saturday, February 17 2018 6:56 PM EST2018-02-17 23:56:30 GMT
    (Source: Auburn Ahletics/ Zach Bland)(Source: Auburn Ahletics/ Zach Bland)

    Frank Booker scored 19 points, and South Carolina built a 26-point lead before holding on to defeat No. 10 Auburn 84-75 on Saturday, ending the Gamecocks' six-game losing streak.

    Frank Booker scored 19 points, and South Carolina built a 26-point lead before holding on to defeat No. 10 Auburn 84-75 on Saturday, ending the Gamecocks' six-game losing streak.

  • Brown, Harper lead No. 10 Auburn past Kentucky, 76-66

    Brown, Harper lead No. 10 Auburn past Kentucky, 76-66

    Wednesday, February 14 2018 11:48 PM EST2018-02-15 04:48:39 GMT
    No. 10 downs Kentucky 76-66 Wednesday night. (Source: Dakota Sumpter/Auburn Athletics)No. 10 downs Kentucky 76-66 Wednesday night. (Source: Dakota Sumpter/Auburn Athletics)

    Bryce Brown returned from a shoulder injury to score 18 points and make four 3-pointers in leading No. 10 Auburn to a 76-66 victory over Kentucky on Wednesday night.

    Bryce Brown returned from a shoulder injury to score 18 points and make four 3-pointers in leading No. 10 Auburn to a 76-66 victory over Kentucky on Wednesday night.

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    Auburn tailback Roc Thomas transferring to JSU

    Auburn tailback Roc Thomas transferring to JSU

    Friday, May 27 2016 10:13 PM EDT2016-05-28 02:13:02 GMT

    Our sources have confirmed that Auburn tailback Roc Thomas will transfer to Jacksonville State.

    Our sources have confirmed that Auburn tailback Roc Thomas will transfer to Jacksonville State.

Devin Aromashodu (WR, Minnesota Vikings)   

Opened the season with three receptions for 61 yards as the Vikings started the year with a 26-23 overtime victory over Jacksonville. 

Rob Bironas (PK, Tennessee Titans)

Scored seven points in Tennessee's 34-13 loss to New England on Sunday in Nashville … Connected on a pair of field goals, with a long of 28 yards … Also hit from 24 yards … Added an extra point. 

Ronnie Brown (RB, San Diego Chargers)

Recorded 10 touches and 31 total yards in San Diego's Monday win over Oakland, 22-14. 

Jason Campbell (QB, Chicago Bears)

Did not play, but served as backup quarterback for Sunday's 41-21 over the Colts in Chicago. 

Karlos Dansby (LB, Miami Dolphins)

In his first career start at middle linebacker, Dansby recorded nine tackles (six solo) in Miami's 30-10 loss to Houston. 

Tristan Davis (RB, Washington Redskins)

Will miss the 2012 season after being placed on injured reserve on September 3. 

King Dunlap (OT, Philadelphia Eagles)

Started at left tackle for Philadelphia as they knocked off the Browns 17-16 in Cleveland. 

Nick Fairley (DT, Detroit Lions)

Recorded a pair of tackles and a sack of Rams quarterback Sam Bradford on Sunday in Detroit's thrilling 27-23 come-from-behind win over St. Louis. 

Mario Fannin (RB, Denver Broncos)

Will miss the 2012 season after being placed on injured reserve with a knee injury on August 8. 

Tyronne Green (OG, San Diego Chargers)

Started at guard and helped San Diego defeat Oakland 22-14 on Monday night. 

Quentin Groves (LB, Arizona Cardinals)

Saw snaps as a reserve linebacker in Arizona's 20-16 win over Seattle … Totaled three tackles

Ben Grubbs (OG, New Orleans Saints)

Started at guard for the Saints on Sunday as they fell 40-32 to the Washington Redskins … Held the line for quarterback Drew Brees to throw for 339 yards on 24-of-52 passing with three scores.

Josh Harris (DS, Atlanta Falcons)

Served as long snapper for Atlanta in Sunday's 40-24 win over Kansas City … Recorded one special teams tackle. 

Will Herring (LB, New Orleans Saints)

Started at strong side linebacker for New Orleans in 40-32 defeat at the hands of the Redskins … Posted five tackles (three solo).

Brandon Jacobs (RB, San Francisco Giants)

Inactive for San Francisco's 30-22 win over Green Bay due to a knee injury. 

Spencer Johnson (DE, Buffalo Bills)

Made three tackles as Buffalo fell to the New York Jets, 48-28. 

Pat Lee (DB, Oakland Raiders)

Totaled three tackles (two solo) as a reserve corner for Oakland in its 22-14 loss to San Diego on Monday night. 

Sen'Derrick Marks (DT, Tennessee Titans)

Missed the start and was inactive in loss to New England due to a knee injury. 

Brandon Mosley (OG, New York Giants)

Will miss the 2012 season after being placed on injured reserve on August 27 with an ankle injury. 

Cam Newton (QB, Carolina Panthers)

Passed for 303 yards on 23-of-33 passing with one touchdown in 16-10 loss to Tampa Bay … Touchdown was a 22-yard strike on Carolina's first possession of the second half … Posted his fourth career 300-yard passing performance … Has started 17-straight games to open his career.  

Ben Obomanu (WR, Seattle Seahawks)

Played but did not record a reception in Seattle's 20-16 loss to Arizona.  

Jerraud Powers (DB, Indianapolis Colts)

Started at corner and posted six solo stops with a pair of deflections in Indianapolis' 41-21 loss to the Chicago Bears. 

Jay Ratliff (DT, Dallas Cowboys)

Missed Dallas' season-opening win over the New York Giants due to a high ankle sprain. 

Carlos Rogers (DB, San Francisco 49ers)

Got the start at corner and recorded four solo tackles as the 49ers knocked off Green Bay, 30-22 … Also posted the first sack of his eight-year career. 

Pat Sims (DT, Cincinnati Bengals)

Currently on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list with an ankle injury. 

Takeo Spikes (LB, San Diego Chargers)

Started at linebacker and recorded four tackles (three solo) in Monday night win by the Chargers over the Oakland Raiders, 22-14. 

Ben Tate (RB, Houston Texans)

Totaled 28 yards on eight touches as Houston defeated the Miami Dolphins 30-10 on Sunday 

Lee Ziemba (OT, Carolina Panthers)

Will miss the 2012 season after being placed on injured reserve on September 3 with a knee injury.

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  • Waters' field goal gives LSU 64-63 win over Missouri

    Waters' field goal gives LSU 64-63 win over Missouri

    Saturday, February 17 2018 9:00 PM EST2018-02-18 02:00:41 GMT
    Tremont Waters (Source: WAFB)Tremont Waters (Source: WAFB)

    Tremont Waters made a shot in the lane with 19 seconds remaining in the game to give LSU a 64-63 Southeastern Conference victory against Missouri on Saturday.

    Tremont Waters made a shot in the lane with 19 seconds remaining in the game to give LSU a 64-63 Southeastern Conference victory against Missouri on Saturday.

  • Bulldogs remain perfect, win SEC regular season title

    Bulldogs remain perfect, win SEC regular season title

    Sunday, February 18 2018 11:00 PM EST2018-02-19 04:00:43 GMT
    MSU led 36-25 at intermission and went on to win it 76-55 to remain perfect and win the SEC regular season title for the first time in program history.  "It just doesn't get any better than that, y'all," Vic Schaefer said following Sunday night's win over Texas A&M. "It's very, very special. To win a Southeastern Conference Championship, it takes something very special from each of them, and I'm really proud of them." Copyright 2018 M...
    MSU led 36-25 at intermission and went on to win it 76-55 to remain perfect and win the SEC regular season title for the first time in program history.  "It just doesn't get any better than that, y'all," Vic Schaefer said following Sunday night's win over Texas A&M. "It's very, very special. To win a Southeastern Conference Championship, it takes something very special from each of them, and I'm really proud of them." Copyright 2018 M...
  • Andy Kennedy steps down as Ole Miss basketball coach, effective immediately

    Andy Kennedy steps down as Ole Miss basketball coach, effective immediately

    Sunday, February 18 2018 5:30 PM EST2018-02-18 22:30:16 GMT
    WLBTWLBT

    Andy Kennedy, the winningest basketball coach in Ole Miss history, has stepped down as head coach of the program effective immediately.

    Andy Kennedy, the winningest basketball coach in Ole Miss history, has stepped down as head coach of the program effective immediately.

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