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    Burrow, No. 1 LSU dominate Texas A&M, 50-7



    Joe Burrows intention to give LSU fans one last memorable night in Tiger Stadium was as obvious as the name on the back of his jersey.

    When the crowd realized during pregame introductions that it read, “Burreaux,” a spelling evocative of Louisiana’s Cajun French heritage, roars of approval poured forth from the Death Valley stands.

    And that was just the beginning.

    Burrow padded his Heisman Trophy resume with 352 yards and three touchdowns passing, and No.1 LSU beat Texas A&M 50-7 on Saturday night to give the Tigers their first unbeaten regular season since 2011.

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    Swamp success: No. 8 Florida ends 4-game home skid vs FSU



    Florida receiver Kadarius Toney stopped in the end zone, struck a pose and pointed to the scoreboard as Florida State players walked by.

    He was taunting the rival Seminoles -- at halftime. The game was essentially over at that point, and everyone knew it.

    Kyle Trask threw three first-half touchdown passes, including two to Freddie Swain, and the eighth-ranked Gators hammered the Seminoles 40-17 to end a four-game, home losing streak in the series.

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    Burrow completes Heisman coronation, LSU routs Georgia 37-10

    Joe Burrow collected a shiny award as the game's MVP.

    LSU's fans had another trophy on their minds.

    "Heisman! Heisman! Heisman!" they chanted.

    The coronation is likely complete.

    Burrow turned in another dazzling performance on the big stage, leading No. 1 LSU to a spot in the College Football Playoff with a 37-10 rout of No. 4 Georgia in the Southeastern Conference championship game Saturday.

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    Mond leads A&M to 24-21 win over Oklahoma St. in Texas Bowl



    Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher talks to his team every day about the importance of grit.

    On Friday night the Aggies showed the quality their coach talks about so much when they shook off a tough start to rally for 24-21 victory over Oklahoma State in the Texas Bowl.

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    Burrow throws 7 TDs, No. 1 LSU routs No. Oklahoma 63-28



    Joe Burrow and the LSU Tigers turned in a first half for the ages, a breathtaking offensive display even as their coordinator grieved a horrific tragedy from his box high above the field.

    This team from the bayou is truly something special.

    With one more victory, it will be a national champion.

    In his first game as a Heisman Trophy winner, Burrow threw for seven touchdowns and 493 yards as No. 1 LSU romped to a stunning 63-28 victory over No. 4 Oklahoma in the Peach Bowl semifinal game Saturday.

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    Perine leads No. 6 Gators past Virginia 36-28 in Orange Bowl



    - Lamical Perine scored on a 61-yard run in the opening minute and didn't stop until he climbed onto a platform for the postgame ceremony to receive the Orange Bowl's most valuable player trophy.

    Perine totaled 181 yards rushing and receiving with three touchdowns Monday to help No. 6 Florida beat Virginia 36-28.

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    Bowden's late TD pass lifts Kentucky past Va Tech 37-30



    Lynn Bowden Jr. outplayed Virginia Tech all day with his feet.

    Then he closed them out with his arm.

    "Ya'll said I couldn't throw, so over the top it goes," Bowden joked after the game.

    Bowden ran for 233 yards on 34 carries, and then tossed a 13-yard touchdown pass to Josh Ali with 15 seconds left as Kentucky rallied behind its remarkable receiver-turned-quarterback to beat Virginia Tech 37-30 on Tuesday in the Belk Bowl.

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    Pickens leads No. 5 Georgia past No. 8 Baylor in Sugar Bowl



    Georgia freshman receiver George Pickens left behind his regrettable ending to the regular season and put the rest of college football on notice that he will be an exceedingly tough cover in 2020.

    Pickens caught 12 passes for 175 yards and a touchdown, and No. 5 Georgia defeated eighth-ranked Baylor 26-14 in the Sugar Bowl on Wednesday night.

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    2020 No. 1 RB Zach Evans out of Georgia commitment

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    Running back Zach Evans has been released from his national letter of intent and SEC financial aid agreement by Georgia, according to a source.

    Evans is the No. 1 ranked running back in the 2020 class, the No. 7 ranked prospect overall, out of North Shore High School in Houston, Texas. Evans had signed his national letter of intent with Georgia in the early signing period in December, but never publicly announced a commitment.

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    Georgia sophomore OL Cade Mays enters transfer portal, will stay in SEC East at Tennessee

    Georgia sophomore offensive lineman Cade Mays has entered the NCAA transfer portal and plans to transfer to Tennessee, sources told ESPN.

    Mays, who played in all 14 games for the Bulldogs this past season, is a native of Knoxville, Tennessee. His younger brother, Cooper, signed with the Volunteers during the early signing period in November.

    Under SEC and NCAA transfer rules, Cade Mays would have to sit out the 2020 season.

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    Tennessee RB Tim Jordan arrested on gun, drug charges

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    Tennessee Volunteers running back Tim Jordan was arrested Saturday in Lakewood, Florida, on a felony charge of carrying a concealed weapon and two misdemeanor drug charges, according to online records.

    Jordan, 20, was released Saturday on $2,000 bond, according to Polk County Sheriff's Department records.

    The concealed weapon charge is a third-degree felony for not having a permit to carry a concealed weapon. The misdemeanor charges are for possession/use narcotic paraphernalia and cannabis possession not more than 20 grams.

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    Nix, No. 8 Auburn pull az v mmmm
    0 way from No. 23 Kentucky, 29-13




    The first half ended with both teams feeling as if they were robbed of touchdowns.

    The second half was about Bo Nix, Seth Williams and Auburn's passing game.

    Nix threw for 233 yards and three second-half touchdowns, including a pair to Williams, and No. 8 Auburn scored twice in the fourth quarter to pull away from No. 23 Kentucky for a 29-13 victory Saturday in the season opener.

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    No. 16 Tennessee wins seventh straight 31-27 over Gamecocks



    Tennessee quarterback Jarrett Guarantano expected a difficult time at South Carolina. He also expected the 16th-ranked Vols to come out on top, no matter how hard things got.

    The Vols squandered a two-touchdown lead in the second half and held on to defeat the Gamecocks 31-27 for their seventh straight victory.

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    Spiller leads No. 10 Texas A&M over Vanderbilt 17-12



    Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher admitted that he'd be mad all week after the way his 10th-ranked team played against Vanderbilt on Saturday night.

    But the veteran coach was able to look on the bright side of his situation after the game.

    "I'm going to promise you this, it's a lot easier to go fix mistakes when you win than when you lose," he said.

    Isaiah Spiller had 117 yards rushing, Ainias Smith ran for a touchdown Texas A&M overcame three turnovers in a mistake-filled game to beat Vanderbilt 17-12 in the season-opener for both teams.

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    Costello's 623 yards lead Miss. St. past No. 6 LSU, 44-34.



    New Mississippi State coach Mike Leach put his "Air Raid" offense in the hands of a transfer quarterback who showed up over the summer and the results were like nothing defending national champion LSU or the Southeastern Conference has ever seen.

    K.J. Costello passed for an SEC record 623 yards and five touchdowns and the Bulldogs knocked off sixth-ranked LSU 44-34 on Saturday.

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    Bennett helps No. 4 Georgia rally past Arkansas 37-10



    Stetson Bennett transferred away from Georgia after a freshman year spent far down the depth chart. Back then, in early 2018, he didn't think he'd ever get a chance to lead his home-state Bulldogs to a win.

    Things change.

    Bennett wasn't expected to play in the Bulldogs' season and Southeastern Conference opener. The whole week was spent wondering whether Southern California transfer JT Daniels or redshirt freshman D'Wan Mathis would get the call against Arkansas. But when Daniels wasn't cleared because of injury and Mathis' slow start led to the Bulldogs trailing against an opponent that hadn't won an SEC game since October 2017, it was Bennett who had come full circle, back from junior-college football, and rallied Georgia to a 37-10 victory.

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