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What Tennessee’s Josh Heupel said about loss to Alabama, key moments

Tennessee lost a 15th straight game to Alabama, 52-24 on Saturday night and coach Josh Heupel met with reporters after the game. Here’s a taste of what he said. -- The lack of a running game hurt the Vols and put a lot of pressure on the passing game, Heupel said. The Vols ran it for just 64 yards on 26 carries after entering the game with the nation’s No 6 rush offense averaging 249.1 yards a game.
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Sights and sounds from Alabama’s homecoming pep rally

It had been a while since Alabama held a homecoming gathering on the library steps. Rain canceled the 2019 pep rally before a global pandemic nixed every homecoming activity last year so emcee Eli Gold was happy to welcome a few thousand back to the quad on a nice Friday evening.
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JD Davison impresses, doesn’t win Tide Tipoff dunk contest

The hour-long Tide Tipoff event had the traditional preseason pep rally feel with the player introductions, tossed t-shirts and 3-point shooting. The main event, however, came last. Five-star freshman JD Davison and the dunk contest was the show closer for Homecoming Friday crowd in Coleman Coliseum. The newcomer from Calhoun...
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Tim Tebow on Texas A&M beating Alabama: ‘They awoke a sleeping giant’

The rest of Alabama’s schedule beware. Mississippi State just “awoke a sleeping giant,” according to Tim Tebow. The SEC Network analyst, who joined “The Paul Finebaum Show” on Friday, believes Texas A&M prepared all year to face then-No. 1 Alabama - at the expense of its game against Mississippi State - and the Tide just walked into a “perfect storm.”
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With no explanation, circuit judge hires clerk accused of texting she hates Black people

A journalist is sounding off after U.S. Circuit Judge Bill Pryor refused to comment about a particularly questionable hire, who was accused years earlier of tweeting her disdain for Black people. That hire, a new clerk named Crystal Clanton, previously served as the national field director for the conservative youth group Turning Point USA, and she was accused in The New Yorker in 2017 of texting another Turning Point employee: “i hate black people. Like f–k them all … I hate blacks. End of story.”
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