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New coaches hoping to revive sagging SEC rivalries

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Auburn at LSU and Tennessee at Florida sounds like a big day in the Southeastern Conference.
Beyond the Deep South, though, those rivalries don’t quite resonate the way they did not so long ago, and it is part of the reason this week’s college football schedule is short on marquee matchups.
The Volunteers haven’t beaten the Gators since 2004, and No. 19 Florida is favored by more than two touchdowns to extend its winning streak in the series to nine games.
“We have to be the team that overachieves on Saturday,” said first-year Tennessee coach Butch Jones ...

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