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November 30, 2015
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The season's complete and I want to make it very clear that Les Miles is our football coach and he will continue to be our football coach. OK? . . .
Huntsville Times

Newton's response? "I'll slap the s--t out of you . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Mosley led the Ravens with 12 tackles, including one behind the line of scrimmage, and recovered a fumble . . .
Mobile Press-Register

The sight of Favre and his wife, Deanna, hugging Bart and Cherry has to rank among the top lump-in-the-throat moments in Lambeau Field's storied history . . .
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Starr, 81, has been working toward the return to Green Bay since suffering two strokes, a heart attack and multiple seizures in September 201 . . .
Huntsville Times

"I think you need to take the winner of all five [power conferences] and then you have an at-large or three more and have either a six or an eight [team playoff] . . .
NBC Sports

Former Alabama and current Cincinnati Bengal defensive end Wallace Gilberry was caught performing a random act of kindness . . .
Huntsville Times

If this is the way the reign of Les Miles in Baton Rouge ends, he's going out with a whimper . . .
SB Nation

Saturday was Ohio State's final home game, and Elliott indicated that he'll turn pro and enter the NFL draft following the season . . .
Huntsville Times

Oh My! The Citadel shocked South Carolina 23-22 on Saturday in Columbia . . .
Huntsville Times

Even Clemson president Jim Clements said Swinney should be on the Crimson Tide's short list whenever Saban decides to ride off into the sunset . . .
Birmingham News

Head coach Hugh Freeze would only say that Nkemdiche is dealing with what he described as "a personal matter" in answering the media's questions . . .
NBC Sports

Without Coleman, Auburn will likely be down two starting offensive linemen as center Austin Golson is also coming off an injury . . .
Mobile Press-Register

If Robertson regains his starting job, that would mean Tennessee (6-4, 3-3) would have its fifth change in offensive line combinations in the past seven games . . .
Knoxville News-Sentinel

Frustrated and disappointed don't do justice to the feelings Auburn left the field with on Saturday . . .
Montgomery Advertiser

Cooper caught seven passes for 88 yards and a touchdown on Sunday in the Raiders' 38-35 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers . . .
Birmingham News

A common sense approach to college athletics . . .
Yahoo Sports

Miles said his message to players was just get back to work and let the season play out over the next three weeks and that there is still a chance . . .
New Orleans Times-Picayune

Both Georgia and Auburn look to break a 55-55-8 tie in their 123-year-old rivalry . . .
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Auburn is set to play its next eight regular-season games at home, the longest streak for the Tigers' 123-year-old football program . . .
Birmingham News

LSU must bounce back quickly against the University of Arkansas because it still has everything to play for. The Tigers need to win out, and they need a little help . . .
The Daily Reveille

While it appears that Alabama is in the driver's seat to win the West and join UF at the Georgia Dome, the issue might not be decided until the final regular-season Saturday on Nov. 28 . . .
Florida Times-Union

The Hogs twice appeared to have lost in overtime, only to have lady luck give them another chance . . .
Northwest Arkansas Times

Will Muschamp's defense forced three turnovers (all interceptions) as the Tigers dominated the favored Aggies . . .
Birmingham News


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