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JR Smith stung by hornets at college golf tourney

Two-time NBA champion JR Smith, making his collegiate golf debut for North Carolina A&T, finished in 81st place out 84 entries after shooting a 79 in the final round of the Phoenix Invitational.

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J.R. Smith attacked by bees during Phoenix Invitational

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Midseason Report: What's behind and what's ahead

SEC Now analysts Chris Doering and Gene Chizik give their midseason reports, discussing the most important players, teams to watch and more.

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NCAA Women's Volleyball

UK's focus and discipline impresses Skinner

Craig Skinner says he is pleased with the way No. 5 Kentucky has performed during a six-match winning streak.

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NCAA - Other

Top SEC gymnast Blanco credits her family for success

Alabama's Luisa Blanco, the SEC Gymnast of the Year, delivers a positive message of "staying humble and true to yourself."

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Roman Numerals: Rating the best of the first half

SEC Now analyst Roman Harper breaks down his top plays and occurrences of the first half of another exciting SEC football season.

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NCAA Women's Soccer

Foster says win over UF gives the Rebels momentum

Channing Foster notches her 40th career goal to lead Ole Miss to a 1-0 win that is the first road win over Florida in program history.

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Pierce brings some juice to No. 10 Florida's offense

UF running back Dameon Pierce joins Out of Pocket and reveals the secret to having fun while the offense and defense feed off each other.

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Soccer

NCAA soccer player scores from the opening kickoff

Milwaukee women's soccer player Jelena Sever scores less than four seconds into the match, lofting one over the keeper from the opening kickoff.

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College Sports

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  • Capital One Cup: Championship Central

    Check out which teams won every men's and women's fall championship and where they stand in the current Capital One Cup standings.

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