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Georgia Southern Eastern Michigan meet in Camellia Bowl

Camellia Bowl: Georgia Southern (9-3) vs. Eastern Michigan (7-5), Dec. 15, 5:30 p.m. Eastern (ESPN) Line: Georgia Southern by 2. Series Record: First meeting. WHAT'S AT STAKE Georgia Southern is seeking its first 10-win season at the FBS level, though the program managed it 14 times as an FCS power

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Bowl matchups 2018 The ultimate fan guide

College football's bowl season is here! There are 40 college football bowl games between Saturday and Jan. 7, 2019. Journalists/wannabe college football insiders Mark Bergin and Lara Saavedra try to answer some of the most pressing questions ahead of the start of bowl season. Note: Bowls organized

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College football bowl season Reasons to watch every game

College football's bowl season is here! There are 40 college football bowl games between Saturday and Jan. 7, 2019. Journalists/wannabe college football insiders Mark Bergin and Lara Saavedra try to answer some of the most pressing questions ahead of the start of bowl season. Note: Bowls organized

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Sources Durkin watching tape with Bama staff

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer Close College football reporter Joined ESPN.com in 2007 Graduate of the University of Tennessee Follow on Twitter Former Maryland coach D.J. Durkin has been at the Alabama football complex this week, meeting with defensive staff members and watching tape, something

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Texas freshman Jaxson Hayes is rising hoops star

AUSTIN, Texas — As a high school football player, Jaxson Hayes had a slight problem that was only getting bigger: His body. He was getting taller. An extraordinary growth spurt shot him up to about 6-foot-7, and he was taking a pounding at wide receiver. "They were going at my knees and back and

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