Birmingham, Ala. -- Twenty-six current and former Southeastern Conference student-athletes will participate in the first SEC Corporate Career Tour to be held in Atlanta Nov. 29-Dec. 1. The event will be held in conjunction with the 2016 SEC Fall Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) meeting.The group is scheduled to visit the headquarters and meet with executives and talent acquisition staff at several corporations in the Atlanta area including Chick-fil-A, Boys & Girls Club of America, CNN/Turner Broadcasting System and Jackson Spalding. Also included on the agenda is a presentation from Serviam Partners President Randy Hain, Growing Leaders, and former SEC student-athletes Ben Troupe and Josh Foliart on leadership and life after sports.The Fall Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) meeting will include a unique first time experience for meeting participants. The meeting will focus on providing a corporate career tour as a part of the SEC Career Academy. Job opportunities and advice will be introduced to student-athletes seeking career options and exposure.During my visit with student-athletes over the past year, this is what they ask for most, said Misty Brown, the SECs Director of Student-Athlete Engagement. The Conference office as well the corporations involved are equally excited to offer and participate in this program.The attendees include Alabamas Nicole Morales (womens golf) and Zac Rogers (baseball); Arkansas Taliyah Brooks (womens track and field) and Kody Walker (football); Auburns Beatriz Travalon (womens swimming and diving); Floridas Morgan Frazier (gymnastics) and Natalie Hines (womens swimming and diving); Georgias Quintunya Chapman (womens track and field) and Jimmy Hicks (mens track and field/cross country); Kentuckys Danielle Galyer (womens swimming and diving); LSUs Mikiah Brisco (womens track and field) and Logan Rysemus (mens swimming and diving); Ole Miss Alexandra Schneider (softball) and Michael Hilton (football); Mississippi States Blaise Carabello (womens golf) and Charles Taylor (mens track and field); Missouris Lauren Aldridge (womens basketball) and LeRoy Barnes (wrestling); South Carolinas Kaylea Snaer (softball) and Thomas Mayronne (mens tennis); Tennessees Patricia Forrester (womens swimming and diving) and Bridgette Villano (volleyball); Texas A&Ms Sarah Shaw (soccer) and Kohl Anderson (mens track and field); and Vanderbilts Darreon Herring (football) and Delando Crooks (football). 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NASSAU, Bahamas -- Tiger Woods raised his right index finger in the air when he holed a long bunker shot, his fourth birdie in five holes that put him within two shots of the lead early in the third round Saturday of the Hero World Challenge.He couldnt sustain it, missing too many fairways and too many putts inside 10 feet. He didnt get to the number under par that he thought would give him a chance to contend in his first tournament in 15 months.Turns out even a good finish wouldnt have mattered -- not the way Hideki Matsuyama is playing.Matsuyama, coming off seven-shot victories in his last two tournaments, holed out for eagle with a wedge and kept his mistakes to a minimum for a 7-under 65 to build a seven-shot lead over British Open champion Henrik Stenson (66) and U.S. Open champion Dustin Johnson (72).Woods missed three straight putts inside 10 feet and hit into the water on the 18th for a double bogey that gave him a 70, leaving him 11 shots behind. Still, the opening hour was filled with big excitement and higher expectations when he pulled to within two shots of the lead.Jordan Spieth was playing in the group behind, heard the cheer of the holed bunker shot and saw the board with Woods 4 under through 5.Its hard to say hes exceeded any expectations because its Tiger, Jordan Spieth said. But I think hes very pleasantly surprised. Im not sure how hes feeling. But taking off that amount of time, you cant expect to get right into itIm pumped to see what hes doing this week.Woods has made 19 birdies in three rounds of his first tournament since August 2015. Asked what he would have said at the start of the week to hear that he was 8-under par through three rounds, Woods replied, Id have said Id be pretty far behind. And Im right.Matsuyama was at 19-under 197, matching the 54-hole score by Bubba Watson last year at Albany. A year ago, Watson had a two-shot lead. No one is close to Matsuyama, the hottest player in golf over the last two months.I knew somebody was going to go low, but I thought it was going to be probably three, four guys that would post this kind of a score, Woods said. But Hideki is just playing unbelievable golf.Johnson tried to stay with him, but had a hard time keeping it out of the sandy areas off the tee. Matsuyama was two shots ahead when he laid up on the short seventh hole, which played downwind, and then one-hopped his wedge into thhe cup for an eagle.dddddddddddd Just like that, the lead was up to four. And when Johnson kept making mistake, ending with a double bogey on the 18th, the margin only got wider.Brandt Snedeker (69) and Matt Kuchar (71) were at 11-under 205.Matsuyama took notice early when he saw Woods made a brief run up the leaderboard.Only Tiger could take a year-and-a-half off and put up the numbers hes putting up this week, Matsuyama said. I dont care how many strokes Im leading over him, I still worry about him, fear him.That was more respect than reality. The winners of golfs two oldest major championships this year dont sound like they have much of a chance from seven back.Anythings possible, but Im going to have to shoot a really special round, Johnson said.Matsuyama won his first World Golf Championships title last month in Shanghai at the HSBC Champions, winning by seven shot over Stenson and Daniel Berger. He won the Taiheiyo Masters in Japan two weeks later, again by seven shots. He has won three times in his last four events. The only player to beat him in the last two months was Justin Thomas in Malaysia.Thomas was in the Bahamas, but only for a birthday party.Thats exactly what he did at HSBC Champions, and it was not much to do at that time, Stenson said. And possibly, that could be the same tomorrow. Ill just try to focus on my game and well see where it takes us.Woods still captivated the small island crowd, at least with his start. He three-putted for bogey to slow his momentum, and he missed a pair of 6-footers for par early on the back nine. Still, most players said his score was above their expectations given the injuries he had and the rust he accumulated.Woods said he had no expectations at all, though he was surprised about his start. Typically after a long layoff, Woods said he struggles to get going. Now its about finishing a round.Thats the most concerning part of the game, is getting off to I guess halfway decent starts, Woods said. But Ive been into the round early, and Ive been able to build a significant amount of positive shots and go under par early. And unfortunately, I havent been able to keep it going, except for yesterday. I didnt hit the ball that poorly today, but hit bad putts in the middle part of the round. ' ' '