Plenty of Quarterback Questions Persist Around the SEC
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Plenty of Quarterback Questions Persist Around the SEC

STEVE MEGARGEE, AP Sports Writer KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Many of the questions that surrounded…

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SEC’s Title Hopes May Rest on An Influx of New Starting QBs
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SEC’s Title Hopes May Rest on An Influx of New Starting QBs

PAUL NEWBERRY, AP Sports Writer ATLANTA (AP) — The Southeastern Conference has gone two whole…

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Big Chain Movie Theaters Are Under Investigation by the Feds
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Big Chain Movie Theaters Are Under Investigation by the Feds

  (Fortune) – There’s good news if you love movies—and having choices about them. New…

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Banks Are Now Pleading Guilty to Crimes. So Why Aren’t They Being Punished Like Criminals?
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Banks Are Now Pleading Guilty to Crimes. So Why Aren’t They Being Punished Like Criminals?

  (Slate) – Not so long ago, federal prosecutors were simply terrified by the idea…

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How SEC Could Get Complicated Come Playoff Time
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How SEC Could Get Complicated Come Playoff Time

RALPH D. RUSSO, AP College Football Writer Mississippi State beats Alabama on Saturday, wins the…

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NCAA Board Hands 5 Biggest Conferences More Power
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NCAA Board Hands 5 Biggest Conferences More Power

MICHAEL MAROT, AP Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The biggest schools in college sports are…

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N.C.A.A. May Let Top Conferences Play by Own Rules
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N.C.A.A. May Let Top Conferences Play by Own Rules

  (New York Times) – The universities with the country’s most prominent athletics programs are…

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NCAA Board Endorses More Power for Big Schools
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NCAA Board Endorses More Power for Big Schools

MICHAEL MAROT, AP Sports Writer INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The NCAA’s board of directors took the…

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Few Americans Invest in Startups
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Few Americans Invest in Startups

[Small Biz Trends] Few Americans finance new companies, particularly those founded by non-relatives, recent studies…

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