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New Football Coach at Franklin County

On Thursday, former Franklin County High School football player Justin Cunningham was named the new head coach of his previous team. Cunningham played for the Rebels and graduated in 2005 graduate. He played college football at Austin Peay. Cunningham had coached at 5 schools, including Blackman, Smyrna before accepting the job at Franklin County. Last …

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Tullahoma Jr. NBA Scores 12-21-19

T’Wolves- 12 Scorers: Corbin McShea (12) Heat- 3 Scorers: Sawyer Smith (2) Zaylan Dunn (1) Bulls- 39 Scorers: Brody McShea (16), Peyton Miller (11), Jerry Taylor (7), Grayson Harden (4), Cayden Jernigan (1) Rockets- 8 Scorers: Lincoln Bitton (5), Cooper Hice (2), Marvaden Johnson (1) Lakers- 14 Scorers: Addy Hill (4), C.J. (4), Jackson Pyrdum …

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Tullahoma Jr NBA Basketball League

Tullahoma Jr NBA League Results and scorers from 12/14/19: Raptors- 14 Joaquin Tenaglia Canut (4), Nathan Beach (4), Hayden Good (4), Addison Merchant (2) Grizzlies- 30 Luke Wilson (12), Gene Houghtaling (10), Kennedy Smith (6), Carter Woodward (2) Rockets- 23 Lincoln Bitton (8), Marvaden Johnson (6), Jett Damron (6), Mason Alexander (2), Peyton Behrendorff (1) …

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SEC Football Awards

Auburn, Georgia and Southeastern Conference champion LSU each claimed two of the SEC’s seven individual football awards as voted on by the league’s head coaches, it was announced Wednesday. LSU’s Joe Burrow was named SEC Offensive Player of the Year, while Auburn’s Derrick Brown was named Defensive Player of the Year. Alabama’s Jaylen Waddle was …

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Alabama to go Bowling

Story from www.rolltide.com The Alabama Crimson Tide will face off with the No. 14 Michigan Wolverines in the Citrus Bowl at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla., on Jan. 1. The Crimson Tide and Wolverines will meet for the fifth time in the history of the series that dates back to 1988. The series is …

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Vols Headed to Gator Bowl

Story from www.utsports.com Tennessee will be heading to Jacksonville, Florida for the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl, which will be played at TIAA Bank Field on Jan. 2 at 7 p.m. ET. The Volunteers will take on Big Ten foe Indiana in the 75th edition of the Gator Bowl. “I want to thank TaxSlayer Gator Bowl President …

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Motlow Basketball on 93.9 The Duck

Wednesday night (Dec. 4) at the Copperweld Arena inside the Nisbett Center on the main campus of Motlow College the Bucks take on Chattanooga State. Women’s game time is 5:30 with the men’s game to follow. Buck basketball is a very exciting style that will keep fans on the edge of their feet. Come on …

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Classic Iron Bowl

Story from RollTide.com The No. 5 Alabama football team battled throughout a back-and-forth affair with No. 16 Auburn in Jordan-Hare Stadium Saturday, coming up just short, 48-45, in Auburn, Ala. The Crimson Tide is now 10-2 overall and 6-2 in Southeastern Conference play, while the Tigers go to 9-3 and 5-3 in the SEC. Sophomore …

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Vols Storm Past Vanderbilt

Story from Utsports.com Freshman running back Eric Gray moved like lightning, and the hard-hitting Vol defense delivered the thunder as Tennessee stormed past Vanderbilt, 28-10, on a rain-soaked Senior Night at Neyland Stadium. With the victory, UT finished the regular season at 7-5 overall and 5-3 in the SEC. The Vols are bowl eligible for …

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MTSU falls in Season Finale

Story from GoBlueRaiders.com The 2019 season ended in soggy fashion Saturday for Middle Tennessee. Facing a heavy rain for almost the entire first three quarters on the road at WKU (8-4, 6-2), the Blue Raiders (4-8, 3-5) suffered a late turnover and fell 31-26. “I’m really proud of our team’s effort,” MT head coach Rick …

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