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The Bears wrapped up their first Big 12 football title with their defensive effort of the season, shutting down Texas in the second half as they cruised to an impressive victory and closed down Floyd Casey Stadium in style.
Vanderbilt placed multiple football players on the Associated Press All-SEC first team for the first time since 2007.
Rice clinched its spot after winning the Conference USA championship game Saturday in Houston, while Mississippi State was invited Sunday.
Who is the more unlikely SEC championship game participant: Auburn or Missouri? Advance Digital's Gary Laney debates with Alabama Media Group's Brandon Marcello and NOLA.com's Ron Higgins.
Three members of The University of North Carolina at Pembroke football team sat next to their coach and faced the media following Saturday's loss to North Alabama.
Spear, a third-year captain, made three field goals, including a game-winning 38-yarder with 39 seconds left.
Welp, that didn't necessarily turn out the way we all thought it would. In an Iron Bowl for the ages, the SEC's best shot at another appearance in the BCS National Championship Game fell by the wayside, leaving Auburn and Missouri in the most unlikely SECCG match-up one could have imagined at the beginning of the season.
Northern Illinois safety Jimmie Ward intercepts a pass intended for Toledo wide receiver Alonzo Russell during a Mid-American Conference game in Toledo, Ohio, on Nov. 20, 2013.
Marshall accounted for three touchdowns in Auburn's 34-28 win over Alabama. Davis returned a missed field goal 109 yards on the final play.
You might not know the name Robby Novak right off the bat, but chances are you know who "Kid President" is.
The Commodores now have posted consecutive eight-win seasons for the first time since 1927 and 1928 and can only hope their sluggish performance didn't hurt their chances for a bowl game outside of Tennessee.
Vanderbilt wide receiver Jordan Matthews, right, catches a pass for a 41-yard gain as he is defended by Wake Forest cornerback Kevin Johnson, left, in the first quarter of an NCAA college football game on Saturday, Nov. 30, 2013, in Nashville, Tenn.