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Brian Jones Previews Michigan-Notre Dame

The Wolverines seem to be much improved in Rich Rodriguez’s third season, while Brian Kelly won his debut with the Irish.

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Headlinin’: Disgraced Evans officially out at Georgia

Making the morning rounds. • Unhappy trails. To no one’s surprise, Damon Evans appears to be officially out as Georgia athletic director following his tear-filled, panty-wielding DUI arrest with a younger woman in the passenger seat last Wednesday, minutes before the start of a new, $550,000-per-year contract. Evans reportedly met with university lawyers over the […]

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My 10 Favorite Players to Watch in College Football

This list isn’t necessarily made of up the best players in college football–though some are very good to great–but the ones that I get the most fun out of watching. I try to see 15-20 games every Saturday, but when these players flash on the screen, my eyes tend to linger a little longer. B.J. […]

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Sam Cunningham Elected to College Football Hall of Fame

Former USC full back, Sam Cunningham, is a new member of the College Football Hall of Fame. Cunningham played at USC from 1970 – 1972. He won a national championship and was an All-American in 1972. He scored 4 touchdowns in the 1973 Rose Bowl defeating Ohio State Sucks 42-17 and was Rose Bowl MVP. […]

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Vote for the Most Classless Act of the 2009 Season

The Wiz is back with the most classless acts of the 2009 season. What is a classless act, you ask? It's any attempt to degrade an opponent, player or the game. It's the stuff that isn't in the summary but often gets mentioned years later after somebody extracts retribution. As they say, what goes around […]

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What to watch in the Pac-10 this spring

Taking a look at what to watch for as teams head into spring practices, officially ringing the bell on preparations for the 2010 season. Arizona Spring practice starts: March 5 Spring game: April 10 What to watch: The new coordinators: The Wildcats lost two outstanding coordinators — Sonny Dykes on offense and Mark Stoops on […]

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A new front-runner leads the Pac-10 into spring

Spring is often cited as a time of renewal, and in recent years that has held true in Pac-10 football. USC would renew its lease atop the conference annually, no matter who had bolted for NFL riches. <!–photo1–>But this spring a different bird is chirping. It’s a Duck, er, quacking. After seven seasons of USC […]

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Morning Buzz

A year ago this draft was considered to be a great QB class, especially if Mark Sanchez stayed for his senior year. Now it looks like he had little to worry about. From ESPN’s Mel Kiper: “The quarterback class is not very good in terms of depth or lack of “I think teams now resolve […]

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