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Watch Missouri-Tennessee with Justin Gage, Joey Kent on Talk Back

Missouri and Tennessee fans looking to take the next step in their game-watching experience will be able to do so this week for Missouri-Tennessee on Talk Back. Former Missouri wide receiver Justin Gage and former Tennessee wide receiver Joey Kent will take your questions, comments and smack talk live during the game at www.att.com/talkback

 

Here’s how Talk Back works:

 

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SEC Week 13 Preview and Predictions

Mizzou closing in on SEC East title?

It’s the week before rivalry week in the SEC. Translation: There aren’t a ton of compelling games. That said, Missouri vs. Tennessee is an intriguing matchup between two teams playing very well of late. Elsewhere, Arkansas looks to extend its SEC winning streak to two games against Ole Miss; Mississippi State hopes to get back on track against winless (in the SEC) Vanderbilt; and then … not much to get excited about.

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Expert Poll: Week 12 Heisman Trophy Voting

Melvin Gordon's 408-yard performance vaulted him into second place.
Expert Poll: Week 12 Heisman Trophy Voting

Athlon Sports has formed a Heisman Trophy committee. Each week, we will ask 13 members of the national college football media to rank their top candidates for the Heisman Trophy.

 

Each voter will rank their top five candidates, with each first-place vote getting five points and each last-place vote getting one point.

 

The Panel:

 

Outrageous College Football Predictions: Week 13

Outlandish and outrageous things to watch for in college football this weekend.
Outrageous College Football Predictions: 2014 Week 12

The original reality TV show is sports. No contrived setting where seven strangers living in a house or one bachelor searching for love can match the excitement the Iron Bowl delivered last fall.

 

The beauty of college football lies in its complete unpredictability and drama. Here are some outrageous predictions for Week 13.

 

Note: The point of this column is to have some fun and make some outlandish predictions. Please react accordingly.

 

College Football Playoff Rankings Analysis: Week 13

Alabama takes No. 1 spot, TCU falls out of top four
College Football Playoff Rankings Analysis: Week 13

The college football playoff selection committee gave us a new catch phrase Tuesday: Game control

 

That’s why Alabama moved to No. 1 from No. 5. That’s why undefeated Florida State is No. 3. And that’s why TCU won a game and fell from in the bracket to out.

 

“Game control” is taking the place of what we once would have called style points or margin of victory.

 

Let committee chair Jeff Long explain:

 

College Football's Post-Week 12 Bowl Projections

Athlon projects the postseason after Week 12.
College Football's Post-Week 12 Bowl Projections 2014

College football’s 2014 season has reached its final stretch run, and the bowl and national title picture is starting to clear. The playoff committee will release its fourth set of rankings on Tuesday this week, which should give fans, coaches and players a better idea of what the committee values heading into the last few weeks of the season.

 

Previewing the Five Must-Watch College Football Matchups of Week 13

Pac-12 South showdowns highlights slow week
Previewing the Five Must-Watch College Football Matchups of Week 13

Time for a bit of a breather for a handful of teams.

 

Last week was plenty eventful with Alabama’s win over No. 1 Mississippi State, another Florida State comeback, a TCU scare, a Georgia rout of Auburn and an Arizona State flop in Corvallis.

 

This week may not be nearly as dramatic.

 

For starters, this week is the annual SEC-FCS challenge. SEC teams will face Eastern Kentucky, Charleston Southern, Western Carolina and Samford this week.

 

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