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No. 5 Duke Skies Over St. John's
No. 5 Duke Skies Over
St. John's

No. 5 Duke Skies Over St. John's

Vanderbilt whips Georgia, Nebraska upsets Texas A&M

(Newser) - No. 5 Duke used a 32-9 run at the end of the first half to cruise past St. John's 86-56 today in a non-conference game, reports the Associated Press. The win snaps a two-game losing streak for the Blue Devils, who have won an NCAA-best 59 straight non-conference games at...

Lofton Lifts Tennessee With Big Second Half

No. 4 Volunteers stave off pesky Georgia for seventh straight win

(Newser) - When Georgia took a lead early in the second half yesterday, Chris Lofton knew it was time to take control for Tennessee. Lofton scored 19 of his 22 points in the second half, allowing the Volunteers to escape with a 74-71 SEC win, the AP reports. Lofton hit only one...

Tennessee's Smith Steals One From LSU

Texas comes back to beat Iowa State, Florida ends losing streak

(Newser) - JaJuan Smith made sure No. 7 Tennessee didn't hand Butch Pierre a win in his first game as interim coach for LSU. Smith picked the ball from Marcus Thompson and went the distance for a layup to give the Volunteers a 47-45 SEC win today, reports the Associated Press. The...

Lofton, Tennessee Crush Georgia
Lofton, Tennessee Crush Georgia

Lofton, Tennessee Crush Georgia

Stanford's twins too much for Cal, Drake beats N. Iowa

(Newser) - Tennessee's Chris Lofton nearly outplayed the Bulldogs alone in the first half of yesterday's match up, the AP reports. Lofton had 20 points in the half to give the No.3 Volunteers a 44-23 lead which they would not come close to relinquishing. He finished with a season high 27...

UGA President Wants to Scrap BCS for Playoff

Head of vital NCAA panel thinks 8-team tourney a real possibility

(Newser) - If University of Georgia President Michael Adams had his way there would be less to gripe about at the water cooler during the bowl season. Adams, who is chairman of the NCAA’s executive committee, wants to replace the confounding Bowl Championship Series with an eight-team playoff. He believes that...

Warriors Get Sacked by Georgia
Warriors Get Sacked by Georgia

Warriors Get Sacked by Georgia

Bulldogs shut down offense led by Heisman finalist

(Newser) - There was little drama in this year's Sugar Bowl matchup, as SEC power Georgia showed no regard for Hawaii's 12-0 record in a thorough dismantling of the WAC champs, 41-10. The Bulldogs, feeling slighted at not being chosen for the national championship game, recorded eight sacks, forced six turnovers and...

Bulldogs Take the Field&mdash; &amp; Game
Bulldogs Take the Field—
& Game

Bulldogs Take the Field— & Game

Georgia defeats rival Gators 42-30, celebrating all the way

(Newser) - The Georgia Bulldogs gained a hard-fought victory over the Florida Gators last night, and their mild-mannered coach turned over a colorful new leaf, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Mark Richt ordered his team—all 70 players—onto the field after the Bulldogs' first touchdown, drawing two penalties for unsportsmanlike conduct but...

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