5 Teams That Would Welcome QB Cooper Bateman If He Transfers from Bama

Cooper Bateman has no time to waste, so after watching Jalen Hurts take over the college football world as a true freshman, the junior quarterback is transferring from Alabama AL.com’s Matt Zenitz reports. Bateman, a redshirt junior, was expected to be the starter last spring — then lost the job to Redshirt Freshman Blake Barnett

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Lee Corso on The Only Way Florida Can Beat Alabama in SEC Championship Game

If you ask Lee Corso — Alabama can’t lose to Florida — like it’s unimaginable. The No. 1 Tide has been so dominant, that on ESPN’s “College GameDay” program this morning, Corso made it very clear that Florida doesn’t have much of a chance. “The only way Florida can win is if Alabama plays its

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Oregon fires head coach Mark Helfrich after 4-8 season

Chip Kelly isn’t walking through that door. Oregon has fired head coach Mark Helfrich, after a disappointing 4-8 record in the 2016 season. “We want to thank Mark for his eight years with the University of Oregon and appreciate his efforts on behalf of Oregon football,” athletic director Rob Mullens said in a statement. “We

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South Carolina Players Accuse Clemson OL of Calling Them N*gger During Loss

The hilarity and hypocrisy of a player from Clemson hurling racial slurs towards a player from South Carolina can not be explained in one article. Do you know how socially “unaware” you have to be as a white offensive lineman, to come out of your face and call an opponent a “nigger” — knowing most

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Should Jabrill Peppers be Punished for Pushing OSU Fan or Should Fans Not Be Allowed to Storm Field (Video)

I see both sides, because players have to do a better job of keeping their cool — while I’ve always enjoyed fans rushing the field after a huge win. In what was probably his final regular season game — a stinging defeat at the hands of their hated rival — Heisman Trophy candidate Jabrill Peppers

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Cavs Dance after Ohio State Pick 6 vs. Michigan (Video)

LeBron James has always expressed his love for Ohio State athletics, but now he has his Cavaliers all in as the Buckeyes battle Michigan in Columbus. After taking a bus from Cleveland to Columbus for the huge game, James, J.R. Smith, Tristan Thompson and others got super excited after Malik Hooker put Ohio State up

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Ohio State Players Recreate Classic Jordan ad with ‘It’s gotta be the ‘Shoe’ (Video)

This is totally dope, and in a few hours, we’ll find out “If It’s The Shoe?” In the late 80s, at the beginning of his huge surge, Nike produced a series of commercials featuring Michael Jordan and Mars Blackmon, played by Spike Lee. The ads featured a curious Blackmon obsessing over the shoes Jordan wore

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LSU Names Ed Orgeron Head Coach

Smart move by the LSU brass. The Tigers now have a permanent head coach, as they announced Saturday morning, that they’ve scheduled a press conference for 1 p.m. ET at which it will announce that interim coach Ed Orgeron will be hired as the permanent football coach. Ed Orgeron has been named LSU’s coach, source

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Trent Richardson Staying Sharp by Running Scout Team For Bama

Sometimes it’s good to return home to greatness when you need to get that swagger back — or for Trent Richardson — help the Crimson Tide prepare for Leonard Fournette. Per AL.com — the third overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft was back in Tuscaloosa last week, playing the role of the LSU star

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Ole Miss QB Chad Kelly to miss remainder of season with torn ACL

Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly left the Rebels’ 37-27 win over Georgia Southern Saturday with a knee injury, and his season appears to be over. Ole Miss announces QB Chad Kelly has a torn ACL and lateral meniscus. He will have season-ending surgery. — Ralph D. Russo (@ralphDrussoAP) November 7, 2016 Losing Kelly will make

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