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Old 12-06-2011, 02:31 AM   #385
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Wednesday October 1st, 2014


SAFE AT HOME!
BLAZERS LOOKING FOR HOME CROWD SPARK WHEN THEY FACE No.5 AUBURN THIS WEEKEND

BIRMINGHAM, ALA -
When Auburn comes to town it will be a SEC showdown as both teams bring in identical 4-0 records. But this time around the game will be played on UAB's Legion Field. This will be the most anticipated game played there since the 2012 Conference USA Championship game that saw UAB beat Houston with a last second field goal 38-35.
"No Doubt this is a big game." Free Safety Carl Holycross said. "Whats even better is we're at home, so we get to feed off the energy of the crowd."
As soon as Auburn beat Oklahoma State last weekend the students portion of the tickets were sold out within 30 minutes. One Blazer student had this to say of the newly formed rivalry. " Oh its definitely a rivalry. I text my friends who go to Auburn and rub it in that we won the last two years.
They text back telling me its their year, so we as students understand to not like each others schools."
Official expect a full capacity with standing room only options, with game day in town expect even more in the parking.
"We already have extra security on hand, we dont want to take away from the experience of a big SEC football game but we want every one to be safe." Campus Police stated. The buzz is already in the air and the students are rady to come loud and proud.


STANDINGSCONFERENCEOVERALL
SEC - EastW-LW-L
#23 UAB2-04-0
Florida2-0
4-0
#12 Georgia2-0
3-1
South Carolina
1-2
2-2
Vanderbilt
0-2
1-3
Kentucky
0-2
1-4
Tennessee
0-1
0-3


BATTLE IN BIRMINGHAM
Matchup Preview | October 4, 2014
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#5 Auburn Tigers
(4-0, Away)

#23 UAB Blazers
(4-0, Home)



BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- The UAB football team shifted its Wednesday morning practice to Legion Field because of wet conditions on campus and practiced for approximately an hour and a half in rainy weather.
Fresh off Saturday's drubbing vs Ole Miss, they know they cant take any time off with Auburn coming despite the weather.

"The weather didn't bother us much," UAB head coach Travis Rhatigan said. "Obviously, it was raining, but we came over here and got everything done. It's been a great work week so far the players are really zoned in."
UAB (4-0, 2-0 SEC) is preparing to face the nation's 5th-ranked team and one of the most complete teams in the SEC. Auburn (4-0, 1-0) ranks first in the league in both rushing offense and take aways on defense.
"They're playing fast, playing physical," Rhatigan said. "Their defensive line is very good. They're the best defensive team we'll play against so far this season."

UAB is no slouch either as they bring in the No.1 ranked offense and defense in the SEC.
With a plethora of receivers Adam Dyks hopes to continue his air assualt on opposing defenses. Six different receivers have caught touchdowns passes this season for the Blazers who average a nation best 57.1 yards per game. Auburn will try to counter that as they bring in a SEC leading 9 interceptions. will be interesting to see if the Blazers pick on corner Jason Hill who leads Auburn with 3 interceptions.
Auburn's Junior tailback Eddie White is back and is no stranger to a Travis Rhatigan coached defense as he rushed for 135 yards in last seasons match up that saw UAB squeak out a 24-17 win at Auburn. http://www.operationsports.com/forum...post2042961647
In Fact Auburn has done a good job running the football against the Blazers the past few years. http://www.operationsports.com/forum...post2042698481
But this year UAB's defense has really shut down the opposition. Led by Linebacker Timi McCollum, the Junior played in this first match-up of this newly formed rivalry two seasons again and was apart of one of the best memories as he helped UAB with a goal line stand stop on the one yard line. A lot's at stake for both of these teams, who will come ready to play.

Saturday's game, which kicks off at 3:30 p.m. CT, despite Gameday being there the game will still air on CBS because of the time slot.

The Blazer IMG Sports Network radio broadcast will air locally on WUHT-FM 107.7 in Birmingham. David Crane and John Whitcomb have the call with Sam Miller on the sidelines. The pregame show begins 90 minutes before kickoff.

WHAT TO WATCH FOR ON UAB:
  • UAB's Quarterback Adam Dyks, he has thrown a lot of TD's (19) but through four games has already thrown (7) interceptions. If he can be smart today the tide will favor the Blazers
  • UAB's defensive front, the last two years Auburn has put up huge numbers on the ground. UAB only gives up 27 yards a game on the ground.
  • Will UAB be able to handle the pressure, last week Dyks got sacked (2) for the first time all year. Auburn brings in a fast and physical defensive line.
WHAT TO WATCH FOR ON AUBURN:
  • Eddie White leads the SEC in rushing, with the Blazers gearing for the run, will he still be able to get loose
  • Auburn has already played 3 games on the road this year including a win at #13 Mississippi State 42-14. How will they react to UAB's home crowd, the Blazers havent lost there in 3 seasons
  • Auburn's passing game. Darby isn't much of a passer but if Auburn is forced into second and third and longs it will be interesting if he cant get the ball to his playmakers




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Old 12-06-2011, 02:36 AM   #386
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Monstrous win there, 70-3 is a ridiculous beatdown. Your team looks like they won't be stopped this year if they keep this kind of play up.
Best defense Ive ever had playing the NCAA games lol no lie!! They were all young last yer and are hungry after that national championship lost, I only have two seniors on that get playing time on this defense #8 Cortez and #55 Cox who leads the NCAA with 9 sacks. everybody else are sophomores and juniors and two freshmen on the dline!!!
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THE CAMPUS GAZETTE
UAB UNIVERSITY NEWSPAPER
Saturday Oct 4th, 2014

LOWERING THE BOOM!

BLAZERS DEFENSE SUFFOCATES NO. 5 AUBURN 49-3

________________________
ASSOCIATED PRESS_________

BIRMINGHAM, Ala -
A 18 mile per hour wind barely slowed the No. 23 UAB football team, as the Blazers smothered Auburn's offense and won, 49-7. UAB improved to 5-0 overall and 3-0 in Southeastern Conference play. Auburn fell to 4-1 overall, 1-1 in the SEC.
The Blazers next play host to South Carolina after next weekends bye.

UAB starting quarterback Adam Dyks was able to make the most of a windy early afternoon despite only 8-of-20 passing. He threw for 212 yards including touchdown passes of 31 and 32 yards to receivers Vincent Jackson and Matt Ford. Dyks also setup the kicker S. Jordan's only field goal of 45 yards after a 44 yard pass completion to Travis Jackson right before the half.
Quarterback Luke Willis saw action in the fourth quarter. He would go 2-4 throwing both a touchdown and interception.
Vince Jackson led the receivers with three receptions for 127 yards, while Travis Jackson grabbed four for 76 yards and Ford brought in two for 78 yards.
Cody Gore rushed for his third straight 100 yard game with 19 carries for 105 yards and a score. Sullivan spelled Gore in the fourth quarter and grabbed five carries for 26 yards and two touchdowns.
The defense again wowed the Blazer faithful with spectacular sacks, strips, and two safeties. Tom Cox and Cortez Means led the Blazers as they combined for seven of the nine sacks. They would hold Auburn star back Eddie White to just 20 yards on 8 carries through the first three quarters.

Auburn had only 55 yards of total offense through three quarters until adding 90 on their only drive late in the fourth quarter.
Auburn's starting quarterback Jeff Darby started and struggled against the wind -- and the swarming UAB defense. He wasn't able to complete a pass until the final minute of the first half and finished 6-of-18 passing for 77 yards including. The nine sacks certainly affected his game.
Running back Eddie White had 78 yards on 10 carries but got 63 of those yards on a 3rd down run late in the fourth quarter. Rhodes led the Tigers with three receptions for 45 yards.

(AUBURN'S QUARTERBACK JEFF DARBY SHOWS HIS FRUSTRATION AFTER ANOTHER SACK)

The game started how everyone envisioned it, a battle of the top two SEC teams banging head to head. The first quarter ended with UAB crossing the end zone first after Dyks connected with Vince Jackson putting the Blazers up 7-0. UAB's defense seemingly clamped down on Auburn in that second quarter. A clipping penalty forced the Tigers to start inside their own 10 yard line after the ensuing kickoff, back to back sacks saw UAB's defense score for a record fifth straight game when Tom Cox registered UAB's third safety of the season. Down 9-0 Auburn's defense was playing great themselves forcing UAB to a three and out but a terrific punt by Robinson pinned Auburn inside their five yard line. Another sack/safety this time by defensive end Mason saw UAB grab its fourth safety of the season to go up 11-0.

(MASON GRABS UAB'S FOURTH SAFETY OF THE SEASON)
"We wanted it more." defensive end Tom Cox said. "We wanted to punch them in the mouth early and let them know."

With the crowd geeked up and the band jamming all was silent when Adam Dyks and the offense hit the field, but it didnt take long for the ruckus crowd of 71,972 to ignite as Dyks hit junior speedster Matt Ford on crossing route he would then do the rest before breaking a last tackle at the one yard line to score and the Blazers were up 18-0. Auburn would eventually get on the board with 56 yard field goal. But down 21-3 at the half the damage looked to be done.
"We knew they would struggle a bit trying to throw the ball so we felt if we could make them one-dimensional and stop the run the game would be in our favor." Stated head coach Travis Rhatigan.

The second half saw UAB use the ground and pound strategy and tough defense. The relentless defense never let up. They would force Eddie White into two fumbles. Corner Vince Jones grabbed a interception. As the crowd got louder so did the frustration from Auburn. They tagged on 8 penalties for 88 yards and receivers started dropping passes.
"The fans had a lot to do with this win." Means said. "We fed off their energy and they fed off of us, it was great."
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(BLAZERS DEFENSE TURNED IT UP ON AUBURN FORCING FUMBLES AND HARASSING DARBY ALL AFTERNOON)
The Blazers closed the game out with 28 second half points. With the wind being a factor the Blazers used that to their advantage and worked on their running game. At times they would have a full set back field putting in both fullbacks to lead the way.
The Blazers held Auburn to 1 of 9 on third downs while going 6 for 10 themselves. They held a 430-145 total yard advantage as well.


BOX SCORE:
UAB 49 - AUBURN 3

(MATT FORD GRABS HIS 7TH TOUCHDOWN RECEPTION OF HE SEASON IN A WIN AGAINST AUBURN)
Photos | Season Stats | Game Book | Quotes | Notes



1234F
#23 UAB (5-0, 2-0)
7
14
7
21
49
#5 AUBURN (4-1, 1-1)
0
3
0
03


Quick StatsUAB
AUB
Total Yards430
145
Passing Yards308
83
Rushing Yards122
62
First Downs11
9
Turnovers1
2
Penalties - Yards6-65
8-88
3rd Down Conversions6-10
1-9
4th Down Conversions0-0
0-0
Sacks9
1
Time of Possession13:53
10:07


Statistical Leaders - UAB
PassingC-AYardsTD/IntLong
A. Dyks
8-20
212
2/046
L. Willis
2-4
96
1/1
88
RushingRushesYardsTDLong
C. Gore
191051
29
L. Sullivan
6
26
020
ReceivingRecYardsTDLong
T. Jackson
4
76
0
44
D. Sims
3
127
2
88
T. Jackson
2
78
1
46
DefensiveTacklesSacksTFLTO
T. Cox
9
3
5
0
C. Means
7
4
6
1 FF
V. Jones
4
0
2
1 INT

Statistical Leaders - AUBURN
PassingC-AYardsTD/IntLong
J. Darby
6-18
77
0/127
RushingRushesYardsTDLong
E. White
10
78
0
63
M. Starks
2
21
0
21
ReceivingRecYardsTDLong
J. Rhodes
3
34
0
27
B. Parker
1
22
0
22
R. Holden
1
6
06
DefensiveTacklesSacksTFLTO
T. Clay
7
00
0
P. Spencer
5000
D. Massey
6
000


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October 4th 2014


FEELIN' IT:
LED BY SMITH AND CREW, FLORIDA KNOCKS OFF SEC OPPONENT MISSISSIPPI STATE
  • Starksville, Miss- Gators look to be back, The Gators used a fierce defense to grab a 24-7 lead before holding off a late Mississippi State push to beat the Bulldogs 27-21. Quarterback J. Woods threw two touchdowns and A. Cameron roasted the Bulldogs defense for 138 yards on four receptions. Miss State Quarterback B. Browning had limited success getting sack 9 times three by J. Smith who forced and recovered a fumble on Miss State's last drive of the game to hold on for the victory
TOP HEADLINES:
  • No. 5 Auburn gets rolled by UAB
  • Upset of the century happens as LSU lose at home to Idaho 14-3
  • Canes up to 6-0 after win vs Orangemen
  • Bama true to form in 41-10 route of Georgia
  • OT Thrillers show Sooners hold of Cougars and Vols over Rebels
  • Ryan Russ's 131 yards and 3 scores help Longhorns cruise by Jayhawks 41-0
  • Anderson accounts for 5 scores as UCF beats West Virginia
  • Buffalo upsets SEC for South Carolina 38-24
  • Cal hangs on to beat Trojans, moves record to 5-0
College Football Top 25 Scoreboard:
#2 Oklahoma over Houston 40-34 OT
#3 Iowa over Middle Tenn State 51-24
#4 LSU falls Idaho 14-3
#5 Auburn falls #23 UAB 49-3
#6 Wisconsin over Minnesota 39-20
#7 TCU over SMU 52-14
#8 Miami over Syracuse 35-16
#11 Illinois over Northwestern 31-14
#12 Georgia falls Alabama 41-10
#13 Mississippi State Falls Florida 27-21
#14 Boston College over #24 North Carolina 31-26
#15 Georgia Tech over Clemson 35-14
#17 Cal over USC 30-27 OT
#18 Notre Dame over Miami (OH) 30-19
#19 Texas over Kansas 41-0
#20 Virginia Tech over Maryland 24-10
#21 Utah over Oregon State 36-7
#22 Michigan over Missouri 56-14
#25 Pittsburgh over North Carolina State 38-21





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Monday October 6th, 2014

AROUND THE NCAA:
  • Blazers gaining ground, up to 15 in the AP
  • Hawkeye's move to No. 2
  • Wisconsin's P. Garrett (prb) for huge tilt vs #18 Michigan
  • #17 Texas looking forward to Red River Rivalry with #3 Sooners
  • PAC-12 North loaded, can Cal keep the trend against #16 Utah
  • The original way: Canes and Seminoles ready for War
  • Undefeated Gators hope for Idaho magic as they travel to Baton Rouge
AP Top 25
RKTEAMRECORDPTS
1Oregon (40)4-01473
2Iowa (12)5-01435
3Oklahoma (7)4-01397
4Wisconsin5-01266
5Stanford (1)5-01248
6Miami6-01191
7TCU4-11185
8Michigan State
4-01093
9Oklahoma State
3-11028
10Illinois
4-1860
11Cal5-0833
12Georgia Tech
4-0812
13Boston College
4-1667
14Auburn4-1555
15UAB5-0550
16Utah5-0544
17Texas5-0498
18Michigan4-0487
19LSU4-1428
20Notre Dame
4-1349
21Virginia Tech
3-1341
22Florida5-0256
23Pittsburgh4-0237
24Mississippi State
3-2216
25Georgia3-2186
  • Dropped from rankings: North Carolina (24)
  • Others receiving votes: Florida State, Marshall, Alabama, Penn State, Arkansas State, North Carolina, Houston

RECRUITING NEWS: ESPN TOP 10 PROSPECTS


PlayerGradePosSchool
1. Travis Wallace
HBOU, Wyo, Bama
2. Jacob Sanders

WR
ALABAMA
3. Antonio Cole

HB
UF, Bama, Ore
4. Joel Morton

ATH
Ore, Iow, SC
5. James Brown

ATH
Boise, Ore, SC
6. Patrick Hodges

WR
ALABAMA
7. Bobby Snyder

HB
OU, Iow, Ore
8. William Clark

WR
UT, Wisc, GT
9. Josh Brown

ATHBama, TCU, OU
10. Courtney Goss

WR
ND, Aub, Bama

HEADLINES:
  • No. 1 recruit Travis Wallace speaks about Wyoming being #2 on his list
  • New Jersey TE Vince Palmer sets visit with Ducks
  • Ohio receiver Kyle Hale commits to Miami (OH) over Michigan and Ohio State
  • Speedster Patrick Martin from Missouri chooses Kentucky
  • Despite poor season Bama ranks in with the top class mid season
  • Dual Threat quarterback Travis White down to three
  • Staying in State: Five Star Florida back down to Gators or Canes


TOP GAMES FOR WEEK 7



#22 Florida (5-0, 3-0) at #19 LSU (4-1, 2-0)
The Gators are coming off a huge win against Mississippi State a week ago but have to go right back on the road to one of the nations toughest venues. LSU is coming off perhaps one of the most embarrassing home losses in school history after losing to Idaho a week ago. For the Gators they look to Jon Woods to lead them after starting quarterback Ben Jamisons back injury, so far he's 1-0 and played a smart game, it was the Gator defense who played up and beyond and theyll need that against LSU's Junior quarterback Adrian Porter the do it all dual threat.





#16 Utah (5-0, 2-0) at #11 Cal (5-0, 2-0)
This could very well be a PAC-12 conference championship if the Golden Bears survive the tough Pac-12 North. As for Utah they look to be back in rhythm to win their second Pac-12 championship in three seasons. Utah, led by quarterback PJ Jones brings in the No.3 ranked pass offense in the NCAA. His main target Joe Harper leads the conference with six of Jones 13 touchdown passes. The key will be if they can stop the Golden Bears who are as athletic as any team in the country. Receivers Justin Thomas and Freddie Eaton are 1 and 2 in receivers yards in the pac-12 and face a mediocre secondary. This could be a high scoring affair in Berkeley.



#18 Michigan (4-0, 1-0) at #4 Wisconsin (5-0, 1-0)
Just like the match-up with Utah and Cal, this Big Ten tilt could be a preview of the conference championship. Not only can Michigan score points ranking them 5th in the NCAA with 41.5 but they can play defense ranking them 7th in the NCAA holding teams to just under 300 yards a game at 298.4. Wisconsin has always been known for their power style run game and they have another great backfield again this year only problem starting tailback Peter Garrett is probable for the game so Andy Nicholson will have to carry the load. Michigan features a great running game of their own Quinton Washington. Expect this to be a tough grind it out big ten game.





GAMEDAY GAME OF THE WEEK
#3 Oklahoma (5-0, 2-0) vs #17 Texas (5-0, 2-0)
The Red River Rivalry seems to have it's mojo back as both teams are undefeated for the first time in three seasons. For the Longhorns this will mark their first time playing this game without Mack Brown in almost 15 years. But Texas's head coach James Ward says his team will compete just as hard. Indeed they will. The Longhorns come into this game with the nations best rush offense, yes even better than the Badgers. They average 349 yards on the ground per game led by Sam Pace (756 8TD) and Ryan Russ (743 10TD). To counter OU has the 7th ranked defense against against the run allowing just 92 yards a game on the ground. OU's Chris Neal is having one of those Sooner quarterback type of seasons. He's thrown for 12 touchdowns and no interceptions and leads the big 12 in passing yards. Jimmy Ray will be his go to man. With these teams so evenly matched this one sets up to be a classic at the Cotton Bowl.


OTHER GAMES OF NOTE:
UCF (5-1) at Marshall (3-0)
#6 Miami (6-0) at Florida State (4-1)
#23 Pittsburgh (4-0) at #13 Boston College (4-1)
Northern Illinois (4-1) at Bowling Green (4-0)






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College Gameday is one of my favorite parts, of both the real season and your presentation.
Looks like your well on your way to crushing everyone. 49-7, dang!
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College Gameday is one of my favorite parts, of both the real season and your presentation.
Looks like your well on your way to crushing everyone. 49-7, dang!
Yea its my defense man, best Ive ever had. A defensive score in every game this season. My Sliders are still the same so the makes me a it proud of the type of athletes I recruited. Ill prob tweek the sliders after my bye week and try to make it a little tougher
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BLAZER WEEKLY
October 8th, 2014

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MID-SEASON REPORT:
CONFIDENT BLAZERS HAVE A PASSING GRADE HEADING INTO THEIR FINAL BYE WEEK OF THE SEASON.
BIRMINGHAM, ALA - At 5-0 the Blazers according to many look like the odds on favorite to get back to the National Championship despite their No. 15 ranking in the AP. With a schedule that only pose dangers from Georgia and Florida the Blazers are right where they want to be.
"It's a long season but I like how our guys are playing." Fourth year coach Travis Rhatigan stated. " The intensity is there thats for sure. But what Im proud about is the level of competition these guys bring to the practice field week end and week out."
Some publications are comparing the Blazers to the Miami Hurricanes of the early 2000's. Free Safety Carl Holycross seems to not mind. "It means we're doing something good. Whenever your compared to the greats it means a lot. But we still have a whole season left to play not to mention we've been to the show and havent performed."
UAB will enjoy their last back before getting back to game mode.

2014 Mid season Stats Stats - 2014
PassingC/ATTYDSAVGYDS/GLONGTDINTRAT
Adam Dyks58/1051,52026.2304.083217229.5
Luke Willis6/1019332.164.38831301.1
RushingATTYDSAVGLONG20+TDYDS/GFUM
Cody Gore705427.74785108.41
Matthew Scott1516711.1523083.50
Luke Sullivan5295.8201214.50
ReceivingRECYDSAVGTDLONGDROPSYDS/GYAC
Matt Ford1747027.6772


Travis Jackson1646929.3680


Vincent Jackson1241334.4688


George Singleton7588.2112


Dan Sims719327.5354


Curtis Ostrander45313.2123


Bill Cooley15757.0057



TacklesSacksInterceptions
DefenseSOLOASTTOTSACKTLOSSPDINTTD
Timi McCollum256314.0151----
Tom Cox2042412.0173--1
Carl Holycross19928--4121
Cortez Means167236.010----1
Vince Jones14317--1422
Harvey Nelson14115----321
Adam Love13619----72--
Dominique Rhodes11617--3211
Darrell Jones8210----------
Marcus Leak7291.021----
Rashad Barnes6391.011----
Philip Mason6172.06------
Dan Sims448----------
Jacob Brown426----------
Jason Mills426----------
John Rhoden3141.02------
Bryan Ramsey213----------

KickoffsPunts
ReturningATTYDSAVGLONGTDRETAVGTD
Vince Jackson1125022.741--------
Davon Alston48521.247--------
Vince Jones----------227.9--

Field GoalsExtra Points
KickingFGMFGAPCTLONGXPMXPAPCTPTS
Shane Jordan2210052383810044
PuntingPUNTSYDSLONGAVGNETBPIN20TB
Calvin Robinson135895345.340.9--71


BLAZER PLAYERS AMONG NATIONS BEST STATISTICALLY:

Quarterback Adam Dyks
  • Fourth in the NCAA in passing yards
  • Second in NCAA in Passing Touchdowns
  • Second in yards passing per game
  • First in Quarterback Rating
Receivers V. Jackson, T. Jackson and M. Ford
  • Matt Ford is second in the NCAA with 7 touchdown receptions
  • Vince and Travis Jackson are tied for third with 6 touchdowns receptions
  • All Three are 1-2-3 in average per catch
Linebacker Timi McCollum and Cortez Means
  • Timi McCollum ranks second in the NCAA in Tackles
  • Cortez Means is tied for 6th in the NCAA for Sacks
Defensive End Tom Cox
  • Leads the NCAA in tackles for a loss
  • Leads the NCAA in sacks
  • registered a NCAA leading 2 safeties
Defensive Back Vince Jones
  • Tied with Auburns Jason Hill with two defensive touchdowns
  • Leads the NCAA in fumble recoveries
  • 5th in the NCAA in Punt return avg minimum 20 returns
STANDINGSCONFERENCEOVERALL
SEC - EastW-LW-L
#15 UAB
3-05-0
Florida3-0
5-0
Georgia2-1
3-2
Tennessee
1-1
1-3
South Carolina
1-2
2-3
Vanderbilt
0-2
1-4
Kentucky
0-2
1-4



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