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Saturday, October 25, 2014

College Football

Dan Mullen gives Dak Prescott kiss after win (Video)

Dan Mullen was showing everyone the love after his Mississippi State Bulldogs beat the Auburn Tigers 38-23 to improve to 6-0 on the season. After the game, Mullen gave his wife and hug and kiss, and then he grabbed quarterback Dak Prescott and gave him a kiss on the side of the head. Prescott didn’t…Read More

Texas Tech WR Devin Lauderdale has career game in misspelled jersey

Texas Tech wide receiver Devin Lauderdale caught three passes for 113 yards and two touchdowns in a loss to West Virginia on Saturday. The two touchdowns were the first of Lauderdale’s career. His best game at Texas Tech was a three-catch, 43-yard performance in the first game of the season. So what was the secret…Read More

Georgia players pay tribute to Todd Gurley after win

Georgia was without Todd Gurley for the first time on Saturday, and the absence of the Heisman Trophy candidate didn’t seem to hold the team back at all. The Bulldogs cruised to an easy 34-0 victory over Missouri, but they didn’t forget about their suspended teammate. After the win, several Georgia players walked off the…Read More

Javess Blue makes incredible one-handed TD catch (Video)

Kentucky wide receiver Javess Blue on Saturday hauled in what could be the best touchdown catch of the year. The senior, who went into the game with four touchdowns on the season, hauled in two scores against Louisiana-Monroe. The first was an 83-yard catch and run. The second defied physics. Blue was somehow able to…Read More

Treon Harris accuser withdraws her complaint

The woman who filed a sexual assault claim against Florida quarterback Treon Harris withdrew her complaint on Friday. The University of Florida announced on Monday that Harris had been suspended indefinitely while he was investigated for sexual assault. The latest news, which was first reported by ESPN.com’s Jeff Barlis, comes just one day after Harris’…Read More

Barry Switzer admits covering up misdemeanor crimes for Oklahoma players

Legendary Oklahoma football coach Barry Switzer can fully understand why an NFL team might try to cover up a crime that has been committed by a player. Why? Because Switzer admitted to doing the same thing during his 16 seasons as head coach of the Sooners. On Thursday, former Chicago Bears general manager Jerry Angelo…Read More

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