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Next year, we'll see the first 4-team playoff ever in major college football. Yet somehow, it hasn't managed to destroy the bowl system at all. Au contraire, folks, it has actually helped, if anything. In 2015, there will be a record 40
Whether that greatness comes to fruition will come down to how well the Trojans use those tools, and how well the numbers and words on paper translate to the playing field. The team's spring game will be the first real chance to test all of that.
There are some teams in college football that spring practice was simply made for. The Arkansas Razorbacks are one of those teams. After a dreadful 2013 campaign, Bret Bielema and company have been
Anthony Barr, Louisville linebacker Preston Brown, Buffalo linebacker Khalil Mack, Boise State defensive end/linebacker Demarcus Lawrence and North Dakota State offensive lineman Billy Turner. Bucannon would be a good fit with the Vikings and appears
National Football League , which held that the NFL's league-wide licensing practices were subject to antitrust scrutiny under Section One of the Sherman Act...District Court for the Northern District of Illinois to review the NFL's joint trademark
JET rounds up the relevant headlines of the day in entertainment, breaking news and lifestyle trends. Click and catch up here every evening with our Post It Notes: 1. San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick breaks his silence about the possible
Cody Kessler, who led USC to 10 victories last season, was named the Trojans' starting quarterback, Coach Steve Sarkisian announced Tuesday. Kessler, a fourth-year junior from Bakersfield, held off a challenge from redshirt freshman Max Browne.
Retired middle linebacker Rolando McClain had a shaky workout in front of Ravens' officials today, leaving his future with the team in doubt. McClain was unable to pass the team's conditioning test and showed considerable rust during drills,
But, ironically, his philosophy of life might best be epitomized by a question he poses in his newest book, "101 Best of Tunney Side of Sports Columns." "Will you play by the rules even when no one is watching?" he asks. Core values like integrity,
It was just two seasons ago that Georgia's defense was anchored by a pair of 350-pound nose tackles. The big, physical nose tackles were a point of pride in a defense, and helped Georgia get to consecutive SEC championship games. But Tracy Rocker,