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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
November 10, 2013 Sunday
SPORTS; Pg. 5C
Suspended over confiscated tickets
Rick Crotts; Staff
A Knox (Tenn.) County Sheriff's Office employee was suspended after he seized tickets from Georgia fans at Neyland Stadium and gave them to other people.
The investigation began after a Georgia woman emailed the University of Tennessee Police Department about tickets to the Oct. 5 Georgia-Tennessee game she said were confiscated.
The Knoxville News Sentinel reported Odell Majors, 49, admitted he did not know department policies regarding confiscated property.
Investigators also found Majors had failed to file a request to work off-duty for the game.
Although Majors was certified as a police officer, he was hired as a counselor in the corrections unit.
Florida: Senior DT Dominique Easley, who suffered a season-ending knee injury earlier this year, has withdrawn from classes and hired an agent, according to multiple media outlets. ... WR Quinton Dunbar has at least one reception in 25 straight games after making six catches for 78 yards.
Georgia: Appalachian State has 22 players from the state of Georgia. ... Aaron Murray made his 50th consecutive start, two shy of the record held by David Greene. ... Brendan Douglas' fourth-quarter touchdown helped UGA improve to 73-17-2 in homecoming games.
Kentucky: Missouri was the Wildcats' fifth ranked opponent of the season, and the Wildcats are 0-5 in those games. They also lost to, at the time of the game, No. 7 Louisville, No. 19 Florida, No. 13 South Carolina and No. 1 Alabama.
Missouri: QB Maty Mauk's five touchdown passes Saturday tied a school record. Chase Daniel threw for five touchdowns four times in his career.
South Carolina: QB Connor Shaw is among the semifinalists for the Davey O'Brien Award and a finalist for the Johnny Unitas Award.
Tennessee: Saturday's game was Tennessee's homecoming. It snapped a four-game homecoming winning streak for the Vols, dating to 2009. Tennessee is 27-3 on homecoming since 1984 ... Tennessee (4-6, 1-5) dropped its third game in a row and lost at home for just the second time this season.
Vanderbilt: The team extended a team-record streak by scoring at least 24 points for the 15th straight time. ... The Commodores have won six consecutive games in the month of November.
Compiled by Rick Crotts
November 10, 2013