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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- The Southeastern Conference on Wednesday announced the Community Service Team for the sport of football, prior to the SEC Championship Game to be played Saturday at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.The SEC names a Community Service Team for each of its 21-league sponsored sports, looking to highlight an athlete from each school who gives back to his community through superior service efforts.The 2016 SEC Football Community Service Team is as follows:O.J. Howard, Alabama Has spent extensive time working with the elderly and youth organizations across Alabama ... Regularly visits childrens hospitals in Birmingham ... Spent time at the childrens hospital in New Orleans during the teams two trips to New Orleans and also spent time at the Dallas childrens hospital during the trip to the 2015 Goodyear Cotton Bowl ... Volunteered numerous hours at retirement homes across Tuscaloosa ... Made visits to the Tuscaloosa VA hospital in each of the last three years ... Most recently, spent a day this summer doing a Habitat for Humanity build with his teammates ... Also helped in packing up football equipment for schools in West Virginia affected by the significant floods that affected the state over this past summer.Brooks Ellis, Arkansas 2016 William V. Campbell Trophy Finalist ... 2016 Wuerffel Trophy Semifinalist ... Leverett Elementary School and Lifestyles group (people with disabilities) ... Participated in Book Hogs Read to Win and Book Hogs Pizza Party with local elementary school students ... Reading with Razorbacks initiative ... Spent time with kids at Special Olympics Arkansas and MLK Youth Day ... Signed autographs in conjunction with the Brandon Burlsworth Foundation as well as Big Brothers and Big Sisters or Northwest Arkansas ... Volunteered with Mayflower Tornado Relief ... Assisted Coach Bielema at the Susan G. Komen Ozark Affiliate Football 101 benefit ... Be with Becca fundraiser; Participated in Boys & Girls Club food giveaway and on-campus trash pickup.Daniel Carlson, Auburn Has participated at Champions of Chemo Lake Party for children fighting cancer and is a regular visitor at Birmingham Childrens Hospital ... Active in Fellowship of Christian Athletes ... Involved in the SAAC holiday toy and clothing collections and the Beat Bama Food Drive.Jarrad Davis, Florida Has spent more than 25 hours volunteering at Shands Hospital, Boys & Girls Club, Williams Elementary School, Habitat for Humanity and the Newberry Library ... Named as one of 19 finalists for the Lott IMPACT Trophy, one of five finalists for the 2016 Pop Warner College Football Award and Butkus Award, and a semi-finalist for the Chuck Bednarik Award, has been one of Floridas leaders on and off the field this season ... Advertising major at the University of Florida and was named to the SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll in 2013 ... Has spoken to a Little League team, among other activities.Jeb Blazevich, Georgia One of 12 players nationwide named to AFCA Allstate Good Works Team ... Included as a 2016 Wuerffel Trophy semifinalist ... Worked with Learn, Play, Excel to educate and provide leadership for elementary and middle school students ... Visited Camp Sunshine and spent time with children who have cancer ... Volunteered for Countdown to Kickoff, a benefit for Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta, the Georgia Transplant Foundation and the UGA College of Education ... Worked with Extra Special People, an organization assisting individuals with developmental disabilities and their families, among other charities.Courtney Love, Kentucky Participated in a service/educational trip to Ethiopia ... Serves in a mentoring program with high school students ... Participated in an event at the Indian Summer Camp for children who are cancer survivors or currently have cancer ... Has taken part in events with the UK Childrens Hospital, Read Across America, Special Olympics and Champs Camp youth football camp, along with other service activities ... Nominee for the Danny Wuerffel Trophy for academic, football and community service excellence ... A transfer from Nebraska, he was active there as well, earning a Student-Athlete Hero Leadership Award and being named to the Tom Osborne Citizenship Team.Danny Etling, LSU Member of the Boys Scouts and achieved Eagle Scout status ... Routinely spends free time in community giving back and using his LSU accomplishments to help inspire others ... Active participant in LSUs CHAMPS program.Evan Engram, Ole Miss Has been very active in the community during his time at Ole Miss, while showing a special passion for physically and mentally handicapped people ... Volunteered his time with the Special Olympics, including the 2014 and 2015 Unified Egg Bowl events, which pit Special Olympics athletes from Ole Miss and Mississippi State against each other for a flag football game to raise funds for those programs at both schools ... Has spent time with adults at the North Mississippi Regional Center and children at the C.M. Scott Center in Oxford ... Participated in Reading with the Rebels and made several appearances at local schools, stressing to students the importance of good health and education ... Camp counselor for an FCA football camp, has helped needy families at Thanksgiving and Christmas, and has visited patience at childrens hospitals in Jackson, Mississippi, and New Orleans.Brandon Holloway, Mississippi State Since the summer of 2015 has volunteered at 15 different community event ... This fall, participated at the Henderson Walk to School Day with elementary kids and the TK Martin Super Fun Run ... Spent three hours working the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign and at Camp Rising Sun ... Visited with patients at Levine Childrens Hospital and Mississippi State Dance Marathon (a movement of Childrens Miracle Network Hospitals, a non-profit organization that raises funds and awareness for more than 170 pediatric hospitals) ... MSUs representative for the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team and Wuerffel Trophy.Michael Scherer, Missouri Serves on teams discipline council ... Works with Moving Ahead Program where he interacts with underprivileged children (9-11 ages) in after school program, tutoring and encouraging/mentoring them ... Calebs Pitch charity - helping children battling cancer to fun artwork projects in hospital ... Mid-Missouri Food Bank - worked in warehouse packaging food for distribution to needy families in the Columbia community ... Big Brother/Big Sisters - worked at kids football clinic ... Grannys House - mentored young children after school ... Special Olympics - served as athlete buddy and coach ... Coyote Hill Childrens Home - mentored children displaced from their homes due to various reason.Elliott Fry, South Carolina Nominated for AFCA Good Works Team ... Two-time member of SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll; Schools all-time leading scorer ... Diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes as a seven-year old, now is active with Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) ... 2016 Wuerffel Trophy nominee.LaTroy Lewis, Tennessee Started his own charitable organization - Project Elevate - which is a non-profit organization that focuses on mentoring local children and helping them with goal setting and goal achievement ... Organized and ran Hero Day on Oct. 22 at Lonsdale Park where he and fellow student-athletes ran a special community service event in honor of the late local hero Zaevion Dobson, who died last December while shielding friends from gunfire ... Spoke about the importance of helping others and created activities at Hero Day like washing cars and picking up trash around the neighborhood for local children to participate in so they could understand the value of giving back to the community; charitable donations from the event went directly to Lonsdale Elementary School ... Spends every Wednesday as a mentor for a group of fourth graders at Lonsdale Elementary to discuss their dreams and goals and what they can do to achieve them.Trevor Knight, Texas A&M Finalist for the Wuerrffel Trophy ... Helped organize mission trip to Haiti for Aggie student-athletes, has spoken to many FCA and other community groups and assisted with Aggie Athletes Involved.Oren Burks, Vanderbilt 2016 Allstate-AFCA National Good Works Team recipient (FBS) ... 2016 Wuerffel Trophy nominee ... Co-founder and program director for REVAMP (Revitalizing & Empowering Vanderbilts African-American Male Population); it was voted top new organization on campus for 2015-16 school year ... Current President, Vanderbilt Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) ... Helped organize shoe drive in association with Soles4Souls national organization for 2016 season opener vs. South Carolina. Cheap Ecco Shoes Online . Jason Zucker and Matt Cooke also scored for Minnesota, which has won five of six. Kuemper made five saves in the first, nine in the second, and nine in the third. The rookies best save came with 2:17 left in the third period when he denied former Wild forward Matt Cullen from just outside of the crease on the right side. 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Brazilian police say American swimmers were not robbed at gunpoint at a gas station as they claimed, but a law enforcement official did say a security guard used a gun to control the situation involving Ryan Lochte, Jimmy Feigen,?Jack Conger and Gunnar Bentz.Brazilian police had previously said no gun was involved. The change in the version of events came after police interviewed one of the security guards on Thursday. It further deepened the mystery of what happened inside the station and set off an international dispute.No robbery was committed against these athletes. They were not victims of the crimes they claimed, Civil Police chief Fernando Veloso said during an afternoon news conference Thursday.Veloso said the swimmers vandalized the bathroom on the side of the gas station, damaging mirrors and other property. No charges have been filed, Veloso said, but the swimmers could be charged with false communication of a crime and vandalism if the investigation concludes that they did something wrong. If they cooperate, Veloso said he sees no reason for them to stay in Brazil.He said surveillance video shows that employees of the gas station tried to control the situation but that the swimmers went to their taxi and tried to get away.?When employees realized what was going on, security guards asked the taxi driver not to leave and to wait for police.Veloso did not say a gun was pointed at the swimmers to prevent them from leaving, but an official told the Associated Press on condition of anonymity that a gun was used in that way. The surveillance video does show a man approaching the taxi with an object in his hand, but its not clear whether it is a gun.Veloso said the gun involved was a legal weapon used by the security guard.Veloso said the athletes refused to wait for police to arrive. During that time, a third person offered to interpret and explained to the athletes that they had to pay for what they had done to the bathroom. According to Veloso, they offered to pay in the form of a $20 bill and 100 reals (about $51).Veloso said in the news conference that one of the athletes had confirmed this version, saying there was no robbery.He added that the video confirms the swimmers were not victims of physical or verbal abuse.Lochte first recounted a robbery to his mother, Ileana Lochte, who spoke with reporters, the police official told the AP. That led to news coverage of the incident and prompted police attention.Conger and Bentz arrived at DEAT, the tourist police department, around 12:30 p.ddddddddddddm. ET Thursday for questioning.?Feigan has not been interviewed by the police yet, Veloso said.Conger, Bentz and Feigen remain in Brazil, as authorities have ordered the seizure of their passports. A Brazilian judge also ordered Lochtes passport be seized, but he said he has already returned to the U.S.Brazilian authorities said in a statement Thursday that Conger and Bentz were taken off the airplane.?A police source told ESPN Brasil that the swimmers were interviewed for just more than three hours at the airport, with a Brazilian lawyer and representatives from the USOC and the U.S. consulate present.Stephen Conger, the father of Jack Conger, told ESPN on Thursday that his son slept in a hotel Wednesday night and was guarded by U.S. government personnel. Jack was never under arrest, according to his father. Its more a political ordeal than a criminal one, he said.Stephen Conger said the plan is for Jack to be on a plane home Thursday night. He said hes shared text messages with his son but said: Were as in the dark as anyone about what happened. I dont know if there was a robbery or not.NBC spoke with Lochte on Wednesday night and reported that he said he had left Rio and already returned home, as originally scheduled.Lochte backtracked on his initial comments to the network made Sunday, saying the barrel of the gun he had said was placed to his forehead was instead pointed in his direction. He also said the taxi wasnt pulled over but that the swimmers were robbed after making a stop at a gas station.He said when he was interviewed by police about the incident that no one had suggested he needed to stay in Brazil, nor had any officials expressed doubts over his account of the robbery, NBC reported.International Olympic Committee spokesman Mario Andrada said during a news conference Thursday that neither Lochte nor his teammates need to apologize for the incident.We have to understand that these kids came here to have fun. Lets give these kids a break, Andrada said. Sometimes you make decisions you later regret. They had fun. They made a mistake. Life goes on.Andradas comments were made before the reports that a robbery did not happen.Information from ESPNs?Shaun Assael?and?ESPN Brasils Gabriela Moreira was used in this report. ' ' '

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