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Welcome to the Fallout.
South Carolina running back Marcus Lattimore is listed as being "out indefinitely" following an injury to his right knee during the Gamecocks' win over Tennessee. (AP/ESPN)
Every Dog Has His Day.
Georgia defeats previously unbeaten Florida 17-9. It's the first time since 1989 that the Dawgs have beaten the Gators in back-to-back seasons. (The Athens Banner-Herald)
McCarron suffers back injury.
Alabama starting quarterback A.J. Mccarron was taken out of the Crimson Tide's 38-7 win over Mississippi State what's described as a "back contusion" by Tide head football coach Nick Saban. McCarron should be cleared to play next week. (al.com)
Denard Robinson injures elbow.
Michigan starting QB Denard Robinson was knocked out of the Wolverines' loss to Nebraska by an elbow injury to his throwing right elbow. (The Detroit News)
Tennessee HC Derek Dooley on the Hot Seat?
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BEST OF MAXIM
Sometimes football hits are so bad you want to turn away, but just can't. On Saturday afternoon, South Carolina running back Marcus Lattimore suffered one of those injuries when his knee bent the wrong way and the bottom of his leg seemed to hang limp from the rest of his body. Lattimore was considered a top NFL prospect going into this season, but after this injury...
COLUMBIA, S.C. -- South Carolina star Marcus Lattimore was taken off the field on a cart after taking a hit around the knee against Tennessee on Saturday.Lattimore was running through the left side when he was upended. He did not get up and trainers immediately rushed to his side and appeared to be working on his right knee. Lattimore missed the final six games of 2011 with a right...
If you are a football fan, whether it is college or pro, you’d have to be living under a rock not know that one of the top running back prospects in the country, South Carolina’s Marcus Lattimore, suffered a gruesome knee injury Saturday. He was ranked 28th on ESPN Scouts Inc Todd McShay’s top 32 college prospects, and now with his second knee injury (he injured the opposite...
In a weekend that featured two high-profile conference games on the menu, a shadow was cast over some premier individual efforts Saturday. Marcus Lattimore's injury was national news, for good reason. He's an elite college running back, leading South Carolina to an SEC Championship appearance in 2010 as a freshman, but the last two seasons have ended in cruel fashion for...
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier led the cheers of more than 1,000 people who turned out Monday to wish injured star Marcus Lattiimore a quick recovery and a happy 21st birthday.
''This is not a memorial service,'' Spurrier said. ''This is a happy birthday to Marcus and an appreciation for everything he's done and is going to continue to do for South...
The Tennessee Football program suffered its fifth straight loss in SEC play, falling 38-35 to the South Carolina Gamecocks. This marks the third straight year the Vols have opened 0-5 in the SEC.Before 2010, the last time UT opened SEC play 0-5, was in 1977. The South Carolina Gamecocks can celebrate snapping their two game loss streak now. Just three short weeks ago, this team...
Hear from Tennessee head coach Derek Dooley and his players after the 38-35 loss to the Gamecocks by the Volunteers. The loss drops Tennessee to 0-5 start in the SEC.
They wont be the dominant forces on the Tiger Stadium turf when No. 1 Alabama and No. 5 LSU collide Saturday night. That designation would fall on the defenses, which are ranked first (Crimson Tide) and third (Tigers) in the nation.
But for Alabama QB A.J. McCarron and his counterpart, Zach Mettenberger, this could be a defining game.
McCarron has been quietly building steam as...
Covering Dixie Like Mildew - The SWRT roundup of SEC news.
My Own Worst Enemy.
Mark Wiedmer says Tennessee head football coach Derek Dooley is making the decision on whether Tennessee athletic director Dave Hart should fire him or not easier. (The Chattanooga Times-Free Press)
Use Your Delusion.
David Climer wonders if Tennessee fans actually thought that The Vols would...
The Super Six
Georgia reminded everyone of its potential, while the Irish passed the toughest test of what is becoming an intriguing and unbeaten season, their latest “Return to Glory” refrain.
The Tide toyed with previously undefeated Mississippi State, winning 38-7. A.J. McCarron, who leads the nation in passing efficiency, has yet to throw a pick in 177...