C.J. Curry and Imani Cross know their future is on the football field.
I don't know how the NCAA arrived at its decision regarding Cam Newton, so I won't pretend that I do. I'm fairly certain nobody really understands it, and those who say they do are either driven by agenda or just plain making stuff up. Nothing I've seen, read or heard in the last 36 or so hours adequately explains how the decision to declare the Auburn quarterback eligible without condition makes any sense.
I'm sure there are a lot of people around here who can't get over the fact that high school football in Hall County is over.
A.J. Green's jersey scandal, North Carolina's football team suspensions and a recent Sports Illustrated article have rehashed the issue of student-athletes receiving money by way of violating NCAA rules, either through an agent or other means.
ATLANTA – My friends don't care about history.
Two more seasons. If I'm new Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity, that's all I'm giving Mark Richt to get to a national championship game. He's had too much time to build a program, too many top 10 recruiting classes - seven since 2002 - and too many arrested players to hang around when fellow SEC coaches Urban Meyer, Les Miles and Nick Saban have combined for five national titles in the time since Richt arrived in Athens in 2001.
Nothing riles up readers like predicting SEC football games. While incendiary insults about the academic rigor of an SEC school go largely ignored, I hear from you most often when I wrongly predict your SEC team will lose.
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