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Austin R. Vaughn | NCAA.com | November 12, 2015

Georgia's J.J. Frazier gets "emoji-nal"

  J.J. Frazier knows exactly when to use this emoji.

Ever had a hard time figuring out what emoji to use in certain situations?

Have no fear: Georgia basketball's J.J. Frazier is here to help.

In this video, the Bulldog guard explains which emojis are appropriate for events such as getting a triple-double, cracking your phone, when a hot mixtape comes out, listening to Beyonce and more.

The five most important players in the SEC for 2019-20

The SEC returns plenty of key talent and adds a number of impact recruits for the upcoming college basketball season. Andy Katz chooses five players from the conference who will make a big splash this winter. 
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5 things to know about the 2019 DI outdoor track and field championships

The 2019 NCAA Division I men’s and women’s outdoor track and field championships begin Wednesday in Austin, Texas. Some of the best athletes on the planet will by vying for medals and records while trying to help their teams win the whole thing.
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10 track and field athletes to watch in the 2019 NCAA championships

The NCAA track and field championships features some of the fittest and fastest athletes in the country every year, and 2019 is no exception. Here are the five female and five male athletes you won't want to miss.
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