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  • Bianchi: What if FSU, like Alabama, signed alleged domestic abuser?

    Bianchi: What if FSU, like Alabama, signed alleged domestic abuser?
    Running off at the typewriter … Why isn't the national media skewering Alabama coach Nick Saban for signing 6-foot-4, 350-pound nose guard Jonathan Taylor, who was kicked off the University of Georgia team for aggravated assault and domestic...
  • Gators move to 2-0 in SEC play with 72-47 win against Mississippi State

    Shooting guard Eli Carter is getting healthy again, and the Florida Gators are beginning to look whole just in time for SEC play. Carter had his best game in nearly two months, scoring a game-high 20 points and shooting 4-of-6 from 3-point range as...
  • Gators' leading tackler Antonio Morrison to return for senior season

    Gators' leading tackler Antonio Morrison to return for senior season
    Gators leading tackler Antonio Morrison will return for senior season and not leave early for the NFL draft, the school announced Tuesday. Morrison left Saturday's Birmingham Bowl with a knee injury and an uncertain future. Morrison met with doctors...
  • UF coach Billy Donovan wonders whether Gators can develop into an NCAA Tournament team

    UF coach Billy Donovan wonders whether Gators can develop into an NCAA Tournament team
    GAINESVILLE — UF coach Billy Donovan is no stranger to the Final Four, much less the NCAA Tournament. A season after his Gators played for a spot in the national title game, Donovan wonders whether his team even will make the 68-team field. "I'...
  • Who needs the SEC? Long live the Big 10

    Who needs the SEC? Long live the Big 10
    For a long time, the Southeastern Conference has been to college football what Shakespeare's Julius Caesar was to ordinary humans: "He doth bestride the narrow world like a Colossus." It often seemed as though it existed on a level all its own, below only...
  • Ohio State Emerging As 'SEC North' Powerhouse

    Cardale Jones came through again at the Sugar Bowl. Ezekiel Elliott ran all over mighty Alabama. And Urban Meyer's quest to turn Ohio State into SEC North is one victory away from a national championship. Jones turned in another savvy performance in...
  • Missouri saves mighty SEC from complete bowl blowout

    Missouri saves mighty SEC from complete bowl blowout
    Thank you, Missouri. The SEC is extremely appreciative, as the rest of the family drips in apologetic sweat. A dominant 33-17 victory against Minnesota in the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl has a Hair-of-the-Dog feel to it on New Year's Day. What's...
  • Florida State tops TV rankings

    Florida State tops TV rankings
    The two most-watched prime-time telecasts for the week in Central Florida were also the most-watched sports events. Florida State cruised to the top of both rankings. The week's most-watched programs to start in prime time: 1. Saturday College...
  • Florida State fans stand by their embarrassing man Jameis Winston

    Florida State fans stand by their embarrassing man Jameis Winston
    Chris Dufresne takes time out each Friday during the season to answer questions on college football. This week's topics: Jameis Winston's ongoing problems, Ohio State's key game, plus Brigham Young's and USC's schedules. Unbuckling the mailbag:...
  • College football mailbag: Playoff committee gives itself a TCU problem

    College football mailbag: Playoff committee gives itself a TCU problem
    Each week during the college football season, national analyst Chris Dufresne will burn a timeout to answer questions and exchange opinions. You can email him at chris.dufresne@latimes.com and reach him on Twitter: @DufresneLATimes. Unbuckling the...
  • Chicago cop disciplined for playing 'Sweet Home Alabama' at protest

    Chicago cop disciplined for playing 'Sweet Home Alabama' at protest
    A Chicago police officer has been disciplined after he admitted playing a song some consider racially offensive during a protest against police violence last weekend, the department announced in a statement Thursday. The action was taken after a video...