— Auburn University Athletic Director Jay Jacobs, left, shakes hands Friday with Athens Rotary Club member Denver Betts at Athens State University. Jacobs gave an update to the Club on the athletic department’s future plans before taking questions.
LSU rallies for 3-2 win over Alabama in SEC
Tyler Moore and Ty Ross had run-scoring hits with two outs in the ninth to lead LSU to a 3-2 victory over Alabama Friday in a Southeastern Conference tournament elimination game.
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Gulf anglers get longer red snapper season
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Frazier leads Mississippi State past Texas A&M 6-4
The Bulldogs scored three runs in the fifth, two of them unearned.
LSU blanks Alabama 3-0 in SEC tournament
Cody Glenn pitched seven scoreless innings as LSU beat Alabama 3-0 in the second round of the Southeastern Conference tournament on Wednesday.
Bears LB Urlacher announces his retirement
CHICAGO (AP) — Star linebacker Brian Urlacher is calling it a career after 13 seasons with the Chicago Bears.
The eight-time Pro Bowl player announced his retirement on his Twitter account Wednesday. In a statement, he said, "After spending a lot of time this spring thinking about my NFL future, I have made a decision to retire."
Bulldogs outlast Missouri 2-1 in 17 innings
The game lasted more than 4½ hours and ended at 12:25 a.m. The 17 innings matched the longest game in tournament history with Auburn-Arkansas in 1994.
Alabama rallies past Auburn 6-3 at SEC tournament
Alabama used a 3-run rally in the eighth inning to push past Auburn for a 6-3 victory in the opening round of the Southeastern Conference tournament on Tuesday.
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