ATLANTA (AP) - There's no shortage of drama for the Southeastern
Conference championship game, even though the NCAA removed any
doubt about Cam Newton's playing status.
The No. 2 Tigers (12-0) can lock up a spot in the national title
game with a win Saturday over South Carolina (9-3). If they
stumble, No. 3 TCU would likely get to play for the championship.
Don't overlook No. 18 South Carolina, which is coached by a guy
who knows a thing or two about winning SEC titles. Steve Spurrier
captured six conference championships at Florida. Now he's got the
Gamecocks one win away from their first SEC title.
To do that, they'll have to stop Newton, who was cleared to play
by the NCAA even though his father solicited illegal recruiting
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