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Judge dismisses case against SC House Speaker Harrell, says courts don't have jurisdiction.
Chris Denson got Auburn started fast with a six-point surge over the first four minutes against Alabama, capped by an acrobatic reverse layup.
Chris Denson, KT Harrell and the Auburn Tigers don't have to talk about the streak any more.
The halftime trophy presentation to Auburn's football team for winning the Iron Bowl might well be the most anticipated part of Wednesday night's game with Alabama.
OXFORD, Miss. (AP) — Playing without its leading scorer, Mississippi coach Andy Kennedy worked hard at crafting an offensive strategy that would still allow his team to compete.
Before Saturday's game, freshman quarterback Jamie Cunningham was third on Howard's depth chart. But after leading the Bison on two fourth quarter scoring drives to pull off a dramatic 30-29 win over the Morehouse Maroon Tigers, Cunningham has vaulted right to the top.
As the final days of last November came to a close, Howard University athletic director Louis "Skip" Perkins faced a daunting challenge: turn around a withering football program that bore a 4-29 record from 2008 to 2010. That task will begin in earnest Saturday RFK Stadium to glimpse the renewal of a prominent rivalry that has laid dormant for the past 14 years.
"It was a no-brainer as far as coming back as a coach. I knew this was where I wanted to be," said Harrell, who left his post as offensive coordinator at Bowie State to become Howard's coach this past January. "I just set my path and made sure to try to build my resume so that when the opportunity came I was well-qualified and the job would be easy for me to get. It's definitely a privilege for them to feel like I'm the guy to lead this charge."
"You're talking about two national brands. You can go across the country and people know about Morehouse and Howard University, so it's just a game of that magnitude that can be noticeable nationwide," Harrell said. "But for us we're not going to get caught up in the hype. They're just an opponent right now for us in our next game. We're just ready to play another football game."