JUST RELEASED---SEC FOOTBALL BREAKING NEWS APP IS LIVE----
ATLANTA, Ga--SEC Football fans now have access to all the breaking news of SEC Football from their Smartphones. SEC Football Breaking News App is now available on Iphones and Android phones.
The app features Top SEC Football news stories from 172 newspapers, filtered so fans can be at the cutting edge of all SEC news. There is no other mobile source which does a better job of being on top of SEC Football news.
The App is organized with the most recent news, SEC East news, SEC West news, Recruiting, Big Board and there is a Tip Line for fans to email in their news stories.
The App was originally created to give strategic content to SEC Football coaches, journalist and oddsmakers. The App gives a closer look at the entire SEC football happenings. Fans want to know more than just about their team. They also want to know what their opponents in the SEC are doing.
Because of Smartphone technology, fans have the ability to check the App for latest stories that are most likely not in the local paper or subscription website.
The app does have $4.99 one time charge. Since the app is on-going news that has to be researched 24 hours per day, there is a small financial commitment by the subscribers. There is no better source for SEC Football news.
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RECRUITING: 5 Star Lawson Re-Commits to Auburn Milton (Ga.) five-star defensive end Carl Lawson reaffirmed his commitment to Auburn on Sunday following his official visit.
SEC Recruiting Ranking 1-24-13
8) Texas A&M
11) Ole Miss
16) South Carolina
21) Miss State
RECRUITING: Bulldogs Get JUCO Safety
LEDGER ENQUIRER- Shaquille Fluker of East Mississippi Community College has become the second defensive back in as many days to commit to Georgia.
Fluker, rated a four-star prospect, announced for the Bulldogs on Tuesday, according to Dawgs247.com. Paris Bostick of Tampa committed on Monday.
RECRUITING: Vols Get In-State Athlete
THE TENNESSEAN- Northeast’s Jalen Reeves-Maybin, a member of The Tennessean Dandy Dozen, announced Friday he’ll be playing football at Tennessee.
Reeves-Maybin, who is 6-1, 210, rushed for 1,468 yards on 170 attempts and 31 touchdowns, passed for 1,267 yards and 15 touchdowns and also had 103 tackles.
Reeves-Maybin also considered Vanderbilt, Ole Miss, Georgia Tech and Louisville.
RECRUITING: Bulldogs Get 345 lb JUCO
SCOUT.COM- Mark Richt added #24 commit with a 345 lbs, 6'7" O-lineman from Albany, Georgia...