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  • March Madness
    The NCAA Tournament is almost here. Selection Sunday is around the corner. Only one person will win your office bracket pick ‘em pool. But everyone can have a funny March Madness bracket team...
  • Urban Meyer
    The start of college football’s 2015 season is still a few months away, but spring practice is already here for a handful of teams. With each day of spring practice, the picture on every FBS...
  • A couple of weeks ago, Deeyung Entertainment, a graphic design firm based in Oklahoma, presented its take on alternate helmet designs for all 32 NFL teams. In recent weeks, Dylan Young has...
  • Georgia Bulldogs
    Here are the 30 best, most entertaining, most dramatic and most important Power 5 football games of the 2014 season: 1. (2) Florida St 31, (5) Notre Dame 27It’s hard to make an entire...
  • Urban Meyer
    College football’s 2015 season is still several months away. However, it’s never too early to take an early look at how the rankings for next season may look when the preseason polls and...

Latest Big Ten Articles

  • By David Fox, 10 hours 27 min ago
    Some day a college football program is going to hit six figures in attendance — for a spring game. Ohio State came 609 fans short of the 100,000 mark Saturday when it drew what is presumed to be a record for spring game attendance. The Buckeyes counted 99,391 fans to their spring scrimmage Saturday, and just think what it would have been had quarterbacks J.T. Barrett and/or...
  • By Braden Gall, 14 hours 15 min ago
    The old saying “beauty is in the eye of the beholder” couldn’t be more true when it comes to ranking college towns. Do you prefer larger metropolitan areas? Do you enjoy the isolated peace and quiet of a quaint small town? Cost of living, nightlife, food, culture, weather, surrounding geography and more go into evaluating a city. Every college campus is...
  • By David Fox, 4 days 8 hours ago
    When Ohio State plays its spring game Saturday, the Buckeyes will be a long way from deciding their biggest offseason question as they head into 2015. National championship quarterback Cardale Jones will start for one squad. Sophomore Stephen Collier will start for the other. The spring game won’t include 2013 starter Braxton Miller and 2014 starter J.T. Barrett, who are sitting...

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Latest ACC Articles

  • By David Fox, 3 days 12 hours ago
    Georgia Tech is making sure it commemorates its first win over rival Georgia in six years. The Yellow Jackets also went on to win the Orange Bowl, defeating Mississippi State 49-34 and earning a bowl championship ring. One side of the Orange Bowl championship ring commemorates the Yellow Jackets' ACC Coastal title. The other salutes the Georgia “State Champs.”...
  • By David Fox, 3 days 15 hours ago
    For now, public shaming will need to be part of the rebuilding process of the North Carolina defense. Even in spring, there’s plenty of it to go around. Gene Chizik is in Chapel Hill to fix one of the worst defenses in school history, a unit that has kept Carolina hovering around .500 the last two seasons. Many coaches will spend spring practice preaching physicality. The new...

Latest Big 12 Articles

  • By David Fox, 15 hours 12 min ago
    Spring practice for the Texas Tech defense may as well be spring training for a high school baseball team. Always watching, new defensive coordinator David Gibbs is telling his players to keep their eye on the ball. Or more specifically the quarterback and when and where the ball is going. A defender might break up a pass or get a takeaway, but if his eyes aren’t where Gibbs...
  • By Jeremy Simon, 5 days 13 hours ago
    One of the most anticipated matchups and biggest rivalries in college sports could be on the verge of being resumed in the not-so distant future. West Virginia vs. Pitt, better known as the "Backyard Brawl," is the historic rivalry between these two schools, which are separated by 75 miles. Related: 10 College Rivalries Killed by Conference Realignment One of the oldest in...

Latest American Articles

  • By Braden Gall, 1 week 5 days ago
    Bronco Mendenhall has never had a losing season at BYU. He’s grown accustomed to winning, posting five seasons with at least 10 wins during his decade-long career in Provo. But a move to independence has increased scheduling difficulty and has led to three straight 8-5 seasons. The good news in 2015 is dual-threat quarterback Taysom Hill appears poised to return to form...
  • By Steven Lassan, 2 weeks 6 days ago
    With the volume of high-powered offenses and talent at the skill positions every year, it’s not easy being a defensive coordinator or a player on that side of the ball. However, there’s no shortage of standouts that emerge each season out of spring practice and the regular season. After taking a look at the quarterbacks, running backs and receivers on the rise for 2015, it...

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