It looks like bigger does mean better in the competitive SEC — not just in terms of television ratings, but on the field as well.
Two men and seven women are expected to begin deliberating the fate of Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban on Wednesday morning in a Dallas courtroom.
Johnny Manziel and Josh Lambo provided the fourth-quarter heroics that helped Texas A&M escape Mississippi with a thrilling 41-38 victory on Saturday.
As conference play wears on and games becomes more important, the candidates will need even BETTER numbers and more electric performances.
But the ninth-ranked Aggies, led by Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Johnny Manziel, get angry when they don’t score a touchdown on every offensive series.
One of the all-time best quarterbacks in the SEC is still busy rewriting the record books while keeping the Georgia Bulldogs in the SEC and BCS title hunt.
Any teams wanting to capitalize on the suspect Southeastern Conference defenses should get their shots in now.
Ennis was injured Sept. 28 against Arkansas. Coach Kevin Sumlin says that Ennis will have surgery to repair the torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee and will miss the remainder of the season.
During his second day of testifying, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban told jurors he could have settled the insider trading civil lawsuit filed by the SEC but he didn’t because he had done nothing wrong.
Billionaire and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is expected back on the witness stand Monday as his insider trading trial resumes in federal court.
Mark Cuban sparred with a government lawyer Thursday over why the billionaire and Dallas Mavericks owner dumped his shares in a Canadian search-engine company in 2004.
No. 1 Alabama won the national championship last season, becoming the seventh straight SEC team to do so. Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops is questioning the overall strength of the SEC.