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    Arkansas House votes to exempt sporting venues from expanded gun law

    Not long after John Swofford released a statement on how a North Carolina law would effect ACC sporting events, the Arkansas legislature passed a bill that will do the same in the SEC. The Arkansas House voted 71-20 to allow its state colleges and universities to exempt themselves from a law that greatly expands venues permitting concealed-carry handguns. Until the passing of SB724 today, guns would have been permissible inside Razorback Stadium, among other places.

  • 8 prospects Maryland football is recruiting on offense for the Class of 2018
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    8 prospects Maryland football is recruiting on offense for the Class of 2018

    Maryland footballs 2017 recruiting class was its highest-rated class since recruiting services became a thing. The class is off to a good start already, as local three-star defensive end/linebacker Durell Nchami committed to Maryland in mid-March. DeSue is a dual-threat quarterback from the same high school as Brandon and Breyon Gaddy and Tahj Capehart three of Marylands biggest recruits from the Class of 2017.

  • Lane Kiffin on if Alabama would have won title game if he stayed: 'I don't know that'
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    Lane Kiffin on if Alabama would have won title game if he stayed: 'I don't know that'

    The CFP semifinal vs. Washington was Lane Kiffin’s final game at Alabama. If you’re an Alabama fan wondering if the outcome of the College Football Playoff National Championship Game would have been different if Lane Kiffin was still the Tide’s offensive coordinator, he has no idea either. Kiffin did a lengthy interview with Fox Sports Radio’s “Outkick the Coverage” on Thursday and was asked if he thought the game would have gone differently had he been on the sideline.