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Watch South Carolina fans burn a 30-foot Tiger to get ready for the Clemson game on Saturday.
Auburn is one of the biggest disappointments of the 2015 college football season. How did the Tigers get to this point and why can't they seem to be consistent winners?
Alabama is two wins away from a College Football Playoff berth. Can Auburn do anything to stop the seemingly inevitable?
It's one of the last weeks of the college football regular season and some teams are looking to go out with a bang.
Rivalry Week will result in some big wins and a lot of unemployed coaches. With the coaching carousel ready to go into full swing, here's the names and games to watch ahead of what should be a dark Sunday.
The aftermath of Ohio State*s crushing loss to Michigan State has been illuminating as the Buckeyes try to figure out what went wrong and how to fix it -- immediately.
Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart is reportedly the frontrunner to take over for Steve Spurrier at South Carolina.
Baylor will face TCU with its third-string quarterback after confirming Wednesday that Jarrett Stidham has broken an ankle and will miss the remainder of the regular season.
No. 3 Oklahoma may be only one win away from a return to championship contention under Bob Stoops, whose regained the shine that looked to be fading from the Sooners program.
We look at how Ole Miss QB Chad Kelly did it with his legs and his arms against LSU on Saturday.
Michigan defensive coordinator D.J. Durkin has reportedly interviewed with Maryland and could receive a job offer as the Terps' next head coach.
Chip Patterson picks SEC games against the spread, including Alabama-Auburn, Ole Miss-Mississippi State, Texas A&M-LSU, Florida-Florida State, Georgia-Georgia Tech and more.
UAB coach Bill Clark and Mizzou defensive coordinator Barry Odom would both be top candidates to replace Justin Fuente, should the Memphis coach leave his post at the school.
Alabama's still the class of the SEC by a wide margin, but at least Ole Miss can say it's bouncing back from the Memphis and Arkansas losses.
California is 6-5 and presumably bowl eligible, but the Bears' season-opening win over Grambling might be negated, which has led Cal officials to seek a waiver from the NCAA.
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