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Texas A&M Aggies Roll Over South Carolina

Texas A&M Aggies Roll Over South Carolina

In the opening game of the college football season, Texas A&M traveled to South Carolina for an early SEC matchup. The Aggies won 52-28 in a hostile Williams-Brice stadium, ending South Carolina’s streak of 18 home wins, which was the longest streak in the nation. It was an absolute breakout performance for Aggie’s quarterback Kenny Hill, […]

Florida Gators Will Muschamp Sitting on the Hottest of Seats

Florida Gators Will Muschamp Sitting on the Hottest of Seats

Coming off a disastrous 4-8 season in 2013, Florida Gators coach Will Muschamp sits on perhaps the hottest coaching seat in the SEC if not the NCAA. Nearly everything that could have gone wrong did go wrong in a season featuring home losses to Vanderbilt and Georgia Southern. The injury to QB Jeff Driskel against […]

Nebraska Football: A 125 Year Tradition

Nebraska Football: A 125 Year Tradition

Football is a 125 year tradition at the University of Nebraska. Lincoln’s Memorial Stadium will again become the state’s third largest city on home game days. The University of Nebraska began playing football in 1890, but they were not known as the Cornhuskers at the start. The team began play as the “Old Gold Knights” […]

SEC Network Launch Faces Credibility Challenge

SEC Network Launch Faces Credibility Challenge

The upcoming launch of the SEC Network, a partnership between ESPN and the power conference, faces a challenge in credibility when controversial subjects arise. The network will allow the members of the Southeast Conference to keep more of the revenues derived from the seemingly unquenchable thirst for its football broadcasts. Following on the heels of […]

NCAA Allows Power 5 Conferences to Dictate Own Rules

NCAA Allows Power 5 Conferences to Dictate Own Rules

The NCAA has decided that the 5 power conferences (Big 10, Big 12, SEC, ACC and PAC 12) will now be able to dictate their own rules and how they run their conferences. This means that the NCAA will allow the 65 schools that make up these conferences to police themselves and vote within themselves on […]

Ohio State Bandleader Fired Amid Reports of Sexually Charged Band Culture

Ohio State Bandleader Fired Amid Reports of Sexually Charged Band Culture

Ohio State University has fired the leader of its “Pride of the Buckeyes” marching band, which is one of the United States most respected college marching bands. The bandleader’s termination came after Ohio State became aware of an ingrained culture of sexual intimidation and harassment by members of the band. The “Pride of the Buckeyes” […]

Ray Smith, Five Star Basketball Recruit, Tears ACL

Ray Smith, Five Star Basketball Recruit, Tears ACL

Ray Smith, one of the top high school basketball players in the country, has suffered a torn ACL at the adidas Unrivaled basketball camp in Chicago. Currently ranked as the tenth best recruit in the country by Rivals.com, Smith, a small forward from Las Vegas, has received offers from Arizona, UCLA, Oregon, Connecticut, Georgetown and others. […]

Colorado Buffaloes’ Revolving Quarterbacks Hopefully Ends With Sefu Liufau

Colorado Buffaloes’ Revolving Quarterbacks Hopefully Ends With Sefu Liufau

The University of Colorado has never exactly been known as Quarterback U. However, in the last ten years, few major college programs have had a bigger revolving cast of quarterbacks than the Buffaloes. The hopes and promise of the 2014 season’s start with sophomore Sefu Liufau, who returns after starting seven games in 2013, but […]

Isiah Austin Career Ends Days Prior to NBA Draft

Isiah Austin Career Ends Days Prior to NBA Draft

It has not been an uncommon thing for potential professional basketball players to be hit with an injury just prior to being drafted. After all, it was only last week that Joel Embiid had surgery on his foot to fix a stress fracture. However, a more serious case has now entered the foray as Baylor […]

Colorado Buffaloes Hope Upgraded Facilities Will Bring Pac-12 Relevance

Colorado Buffaloes Hope Upgraded Facilities Will Bring Pac-12 Relevance

In big-time Division I college football, there are wants and there are needs. The Colorado Buffaloes want to become relevant in the Pac-12 conference, but first they need to upgrade sports facilities that have fallen far behind many other programs. Hopefully, after bringing in $143 million dollars to spend on major stadium and facilities improvements, […]

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