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SEC wants 'level playing field' regarding camps, transfers

The Southeastern Conference wants a level playing field. Yep, the league that boasts seven consecutive football national championships, resides in some of the country's most fertile recruiting grounds and has loads of history and fan support is complaining about being at a competitive disadvantage. SEC coaches and administrators gathered in ...

As grad transfer is scrutinized, SEC might lock out Golson

Florida State? Interested. South Carolina? Not interested. Florida? Happy to be mentioned. Georgia? Well, the Bulldogs would rather not say. Everett Golson has become a popular man in the southeast since he announced last week he is transferring from Notre Dame. The talented quarterback who would be immediately eligible to ...

Going, going, Golson: Where could QB transfer

For all of Everett Golson's maddening turnovers and befuddling inconsistency, he would be an upgrade at quarterback for dozens of FBS teams. There are plenty of prominent teams, especially in the Southeastern Conference, that are heading toward preseason practice with no clear starter, though the SEC is no lock to ...

FILE - In this Aug. 19, 2014, file photo, Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson answers a question during media day for the NCAA college football team in South Bend, Ind. Golson has announced he is leaving Notre Dame and will use his final season of eligibility elsewhere after graduating later this month. Golson issued a statement to Fox Sports on Thursday, May 7, 2015,  saying he has decided to transfer. (AP Photo/Joe Raymond, File)

Notre Dame QB Everett Golson transferring for final season

Everett Golson, once on track to be the winningest quarterback in Notre Dame history, is instead joining the long list of Fighting Irish quarterbacks who sought success elsewhere. Golson announced Thursday he will use his final season of eligibility at another school, ending an up-and-down career for the Irish that ...

Former SEC football player charged in death of Georgia boy

Police have charged a former Southeastern Conference football player with killing a 4-year-old boy. The Atlanta Journal Constitution (http://on-ajc.com/1EEwUeF ) reports that 26-year-old Steven Terrence Singleton, a former football player at Louisiana State University and the University of South Carolina, was booked Wednesday in Gwinnett County on charges of felony ...

Plenty of SEC East teams exit spring unsettled at QB

Missouri has a head start in at least one respect as the Tigers aim for their third consecutive Southeastern Conference Eastern Division title. With Maty Mauk returning for his junior season, Missouri is one of only two SEC East teams that exits spring practice with a settled quarterback situation. The ...

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