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After a week-one worth of fun, here are the top five and the dregs of the NFL:

After our week one overreactions, let's get back to questions and answers for the SEC teams based on our power poll. Deal? Deal.

Pat Shea was suddenly a very busy woman late Monday afternoon. The president and CEO of the Nashville YWCA, Shea was sought out for television and newspaper interviews following another senseless act of domestic violence.

With the first Sunday of the 2014 NFL regular season now officially in the books, is anybody ready to pencil in our Atlanta Falcons and our Tennessee Titans for the Super Bowl?

KNOXVILLE — Years ago, when Phillip Fulmer was still the Tennessee football coach, Trooper Taylor coached the Volunteers' receivers and recruited many of their top players.

The cuts came and went. Johnny Football is what the Browns told him to act like — a backup quarterback.

Mailbag: Is there something in the CBA that prevented Roger Goodell from taking a first round pick or two from the Colts? That would seem more equitable and send a much stronger msg.

After a washed away opener for Florida and Thursday night beginning that South Carolina and Vandy wished had been rained out, the SEC heads to week two with few head-turning games and fewer matchups that figure to be close.

The NFL starts tonight, and the season can't get here soon enough.

ATLANTA — The Atlanta Braves were probably all feeling more than a little heat beyond the suffocating weather as they arrived at Turner Field on Wednesday afternoon to face the Philadelphia Phillies.

Georgia tailback Todd Gurley rushed for 100 yards and had a 100-yard kickoff return during his introduction to college football two seasons ago against Buffalo.

It's Wednesday of game week. That means a lot of college football items to digest. Here's the 5-at-10's Wednesday Watch Big 5:

It wasn't exactly a "White Out" or "Get out" ultimatum that University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football coach Russ Huesman issued his fan base Tuesday afternoon. But he clearly believes Saturday night's game against No. 9 Jacksonville State is as much a test for the school's supporters as the 13th-ranked Mocs.

We are going to rank the SEC teams on how they looked in Week 1. This is a power of perception ranking, and remember, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

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