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SEC Rematch: No. 6 Georgia gets another shot at No. 4 Auburn

The Georgia Bulldogs get another crack at perhaps the hottest team in college football. It wasn’t a long wait. The sixth-ranked Bulldogs face No. 4 Auburn for the second time in four weeks Saturday in the Southeastern Conference championship game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium with a chance to avenge their only loss. The prize: Almost certainly a playoff spot. Article continues ...

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Another mistake-prone round sacks Colts against Titans

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Jacoby Brissett kept taking his licks Sunday. For the battered Indianapolis Colts quarterback, it’s become a regular routine: go down, get up, move on and find a solution later. This time, Tennessee rallied from a 10-point second-half deficit and the Titans’ stout defense literally sacked any hopes of the Colts’ jump-starting their season with a 20-16 victory for ...

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ASU fires Graham after 6 up-and-down seasons

TEMPE, Ariz. — Todd Graham changed the culture at Arizona State, adding a dose of discipline to a program that had been missing it. He helped the Sun Devils become better in the classroom, and upgrade their facilities with his penchant for connecting with donors. The one thing Graham did not do, at least consistently enough: Win games. Arizona State ...

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Wild day of coaching moves with hirings, firings, protests

Florida and its athletic director reached into their pasts to find a new coach, and two more schools fired coaches even though their teams are heading to bowl games. Mississippi stayed in-house to fill its coaching vacancy. And, in the strangest part of a wild day of hirings and firings, Tennessee’s search hit a bizarre snag. It’s still early in ...

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Tennessee puts pressure on Colts in 20-16 victory

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Tennessee put more pressure on Indianapolis than it could handle Sunday. It’s happened a lot to the Colts lately. Quarterback Jacoby Brissett spent most of the day getting up from the turf. The Titans forced a key turnover late in the third quarter and overpowered the Colts in the fourth to rally from a 10-point deficit to a ...

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Mississippi decides to keep Luke as football coach

When Mississippi’s football program was in shambles back in July, Matt Luke took over as the interim coach, restored order and kept the Rebels respectable on most weekends. Now, he’s earned the full-time job. Ole Miss announced Sunday that it’s keeping Luke as its football coach, three days after the Rebels finished the regular season with an emotional 31-28 victory ...

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QB Wilton Speight to leave Michigan as graduate transfer

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) Wilton Speight is leaving Michigan as a graduate transfer. The senior quarterback announced Sunday on Instagram he will take time to figure out where he will continue his career and education. Speight thanked former coach Brady Hoke for giving him a chance when he had no other scholarship offers. He thanked coach Jim Harbaugh for understanding ...

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TCU senior Orr suspended for 1st half of Big 12 title game

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) No. 10 TCU will be without senior safety Nick Orr for the first half of the Big 12 championship game after the conference suspended him for his role in a bench-clearing brawl against Baylor. After reviewing video of the skirmish that occurred during TCU’s 45-22 victory Friday, the Big 12 announced penalties on Sunday against Orr ...

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5 takeaways from college football’s regular season finale as playoff picture is as chaotic as ever

College football’s regular season went out with a bang. Here’s everything you need to know about Week 13, and what it means for the postseason: 1. November ends with the top two teams losing The last full college football weekend of the 2017 season featured plenty of rivalry blowouts and not necessarily a lot of memorable games, but any late-November ...

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