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Latest SEC Items
For the second straight year, the Buffalo Bills passed on selecting a franchise quarterback.
The Green Bay Packers didn't seem like a team with any glaring needs going into the draft, so the Super Bowl champions made a big addition to their long-term protection plan for quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Shortly after being drafted by the Buffalo Bills on Thursday night, Marcell Dareus showed off his defensive skills by happily enveloping NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in a giant bear-hug on the Radio City Music Hall stage.
It seems simple enough. Small businesses in need of cash look online for investors willing to contribute as little as a buck. It's called "crowd funding," and many entrepreneurs love the idea. The problem? It's against SEC rules.
Kentucky freshmen Terrence Jones, Brandon Knight and junior DeAndre Liggins are heading to the NBA. Maybe.
The Wall Street financial crisis of 2008, which led to the deepest recession since the Great Depression, might have been prevented if not for business and regulatory corruption, according to the most extensive congressional investigation to date.
The Big 12 Conference and Fox Sports announced a 13-year cable TV deal Wednesday that officials say will ensure the long-term stability of the league.
Emory Blake wanted to score touchdowns, not throw for them.
The Washington Mystics announced Tuesday the addition of guard/forward Sequoia Holmes and forward Angel Robinson to the Mystics roster. Both are currently playing in Europe.