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Synjen Herren calls it part of "the brotherhood."

Gardner-Webb erupted for six second-half goals and beat the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga 7-2 in women's soccer Sunday afternoon at Finley Stadium.

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KNOXVILLE — There were a few dazzling debuts.

KNOXVILLE — Tennessee's offense was far from explosive in Sunday night's season opener.

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Perhaps it was Todd Gurley's 100-yard kickoff return Saturday night against Clemson.

ATHENS, Ga. — Georgia junior tailback Todd Gurley did a nice job of keeping the No. 12 Bulldogs close Saturday night in the first half against No. 16 Clemson.

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1) Leaguewide coming-out party. There is a ton of talented newcomers. Seven of the top nine teams in the Rivals.com recruiting rankings last February were in the SEC, and a host of those five-star stud ducks are making their debuts this weekend.

The 2014 college football season awaits.

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KNOXVILLE — There were a few dazzling debuts.

KNOXVILLE — Tennessee's offense was far from explosive in Sunday night's season opener.

Perhaps it was Todd Gurley's 100-yard kickoff return Saturday night against Clemson.

KNOXVILLE — The publicity stunt looked good on paper. Lots of paper.

Synjen Herren calls it part of "the brotherhood."

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