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Despite losing star wide receiver Jaylen Waddle with a season-ending broken ankle on Saturday's opening kickoff, No. 2 Alabama got three rushing touchdowns from Najee Harris and 387 passing yards from Mac Jones in a 48-17 Southeastern Conference blowout at reeling Tennessee.

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Trevor Lawrence threw for 289 yards and two touchdowns and running back Travis Etienne scored three touchdowns as No. 1 Clemson pulled away from Syracuse for a 47-21 victory Saturday at Clemson's Memorial Stadium.

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Bo Nix threw a 42-yard touchdown pass to Seth Williams with 1:11 remaining as Auburn rallied to defeat Mississippi 35-28 in a Southeastern Conference game on a drizzly Saturday afternoon in Oxford, Miss.

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After a bitterly disappointing loss in Tuscaloosa Saturday night, it is obvious that the Georgia Bulldogs are in need of some “fixing.” Certainly not a major overhaul. While you don’t snap your fingers and solve a personnel problem, it would be safe to say that if anybody is up to the task, …

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Quarterback Jordan Travis ran for two touchdowns and threw for another in the first half Saturday night as host Florida State took a big early lead and held on to knock off No. 5 North Carolina 31-28 at Doak Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee, Fla.

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Mac Jones threw for 417 yards and four touchdowns while the Alabama defense stiffened in the second half as the No. 2 Crimson Tide knocked off No. 3 Georgia 41-24 on Saturday night in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

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Two years ago, with his team's offense struggling in the second quarter at Georgia Tech, Clemson coach Dabo Swinney sent a freshman quarterback into the game. Four touchdown passes later the Tigers had claimed a 49-21 victory and the rest is history.

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Stetson Bennett threw for two touchdowns and ran for another to lift No. 3 Georgia to a 44-21 victory over 14th-ranked Tennessee on Saturday in a Southeastern Conference contest in Athens, Ga.

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In 1984, Dan Reeves, head coach of the Denver Broncos, offered Alex Gibbs a job as offensive line coach, the same position he held at the University of Georgia. He lit out for the NFL for one reason — a bigger payday — but he did not want to leave Athens.

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