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Arkansas Football: Razorbacks' New Year's Resolutions

A lot has happened in 2013. Some things were good and some were bad, but the end of each year marks the beginning of a new one. With the new year comes an opportunity for a fresh start, a time to make resolutions and set new goals...

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Georgia Football: 5 Best Moments of 2013

With the New Year around the corner as well as the Bulldogs' final game of the season, it’s safe to say the 2013 season was a roller coaster for the players, coaches and fans...

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Alabama Football: 5 Best Moments of 2013

Similar to the majority of Nick Saban ’s tenure at Alabama, 2013 was a year in which the Crimson Tide dominated the college football landscape. The year began with Alabama’s 42-14 dismantling of Notre Dame in the BCS title game...

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Texas A&M Football: 4 Best Moments of 2013

The Texas A&M football team had a somewhat disappointing regular season with an 8-4 record after they began the season ranked in the Top 10 . The season did produce a few tremendous moments that Aggie fans will remember for a long time...

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LSU Football: 5 Best Moments of 2013

The 2013 LSU Tigers produced some of the greatest plays ever seen in Tiger Stadium. With a season that featured a 3,000-yard passer, 1,000-yard rusher and two 1,000-yard receivers, ...

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Alabama Football: Derrick Henry Will Give Fans Glimpse into Future in Sugar Bowl

NEW ORLEANS—At first glance, Derrick Henry doesn ’t look like a running back. His 6’3”, 238-pound frame makes him look more like a linebacker or a tight ...

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Bielema ‘Prepared For The Unexpected’ With Coaching Carousel

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas coach Bret Bielema has to hire one assistant after Charlie Partridge was named Florida Atlantic’s head coach earlier this month.
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Arkansas Defense ‘Everywhere’ In Easy Win

FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas coach Mike Anderson set a goal for his team before Saturday’s game against High Point. He wanted the Razorbacks to crank up the intensity on defense and record 40 deflections in the nonconference test.
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