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Oregon Football: 5 Ducks Who Must Step Up with WR Bralon Addison Injured

The injury Oregon wide receiver Bralon Addison sustained last week could hold the talented junior out of action for the duration of the 2014 season. With the Ducks already losing Josh Huff and De'Anthony Thomas from the 2013 lineup,Show More Summary

Matt Murschel: NCAA sticks a fork in limited meals for athletes

The NCAA Legislative Council approved a measure Tuesday, which allows Division I athletes to receive unlimited meals and snacks.

Big Ten lands six primetime ESPN/ABC telecasts

The Big Ten will be featured in six primetime college football telecasts next season including three games featuring Ohio State according to the latest schedule put out by ESPN Tuesday.

Texas A&M Recruiting: Why the Aggies Must Sign Kyler Murray

The Texas A&M football coaches have signed consecutive top 10 recruiting classes. In order to sign a successful class in 2015, Kevin Sumlin and the Aggies coaches have to sign quarterback Kyler Murray from Allen, Texas. Murray is the No. Show More Summary

Freedom from Religion Foundation Files Complaint Against Clemson

The Freedom From Religion Foundation has filed a complaint against Clemson University, arguing that head football coach Dabo Swinney and his staff have failed to create a clear separation between church and state. According to Mandrallius...Show More Summary

SEC Football Players Who Had Best Pro Days in 2014

Several former SEC stars are in the process of taking the next step and signing their first contracts in the NFL. But before they do, the must go through the whirlwind predraft process, which includes pro days held at their former colleges. Former...Show More Summary

Why Spring Football Is All About the Individual, Not the Team

How did my team look during Saturday's spring game? Can "Team X" win the conference title based on what we saw during the spring game? Those are just a sampling of questions that fans and pundits are likely to have coming out of spring...Show More Summary

7 Spring Practice Position Battles That Are Heating Up

Sometimes, position battles have a way of working themselves out. Sometimes, one player just outperforms his competition so vastly, so publicly, that coaches have no choice but to name a victor and lock him into a starting role. Other times, you have what happened last weekend at Clemson. Show More Summary

4-Star TE and Ex-UNC Commit Chris Clark Set to Visit Michigan, Ohio State

Chris Clark, a coveted 2015 tight end prospect from Connecticut, has big plans for the upcoming weekend. The 4-star recruit is expected to spend time on campus at Ohio State and Michigan, according to ESPN reporter Tom VanHaaren : The...Show More Summary

Players Poised to Break out in Week 3 of College Football Spring Games

In many regards, the concept of the spring game is overblown. It is, in effect, a glorified open scrimmage, and some teams opt not to even have one. If the game was really so vital to a team's overall development, that would not be the case. However, one way spring game has proven useful over the years is in identifying breakout talents. Show More Summary

NCAA eases penalties for positive drug tests

NCAA members voted this week to reduce the penalty phase for athletes who test positive for 'street drugs' including marijuana.

No. 1 OG Recruit Josh Wariboko Decommits from Oklahoma

Oklahoma landed one of its top in-state targets last summer when Josh Wariboko committed to the Sooners. However, the nation's No. 1 junior offensive guard recruit has decided to explore other collegiate options, he revealed to More Summary

NCAA Recruiting Rule Change Brings Financial Aid Rule Back to Its True Intention

The 2014 recruiting cycle saw the implementation of a new rule that put more power into the hands of the players. For the first time ever, early enrollees were allowed to sign financial aid agreements (FAA) with schools beginning on Aug. Show More Summary

Oklahoma LB Frank Shannon Reportedly Accused of Sexual Assault

According to a Title IX sexual misconduct allegation report obtained by Jason Kersey of The Oklahoman, inside linebacker Frank Shannon, who led Oklahoma with 92 tackles last season, has been accused of sexually assaulting a female student in his off-campus apartment on Jan. Show More Summary

Florida Football: QB Jeff Driskel Is Perfect Fit for New OC Kurt Roper's Offense

The Florida spring game is in the books, and the Gators looked sharp. Redshirt junior quarterback Jeff Driskel looked 100 percent after a season-ending injury in 2013, completing 19 passes for 171 yards and a touchdown in the scrimmage. Why...Show More Summary

Former USC QB Stephen Garcia: Gamecocks Will Play in SEC Championship Game

South Carolina spring practice is wrapped and who better to break down the biggest stories than former Gamecocks QB Stephen Garcia. Fifth-year senior QB Dylan Thompson has some huge shoes to fill now that Connor Shaw has left for the NFL. Show More Summary

Texas A&M Football: Offseason Arrests Shouldn't Be an Indictment of the Program

Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin is having one of those kinds of offseasons. No, not one littered with massive roster turnover, although the departure of superstar quarterback and 2012 Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel certainlyShow More Summary

The NFL Comparison for Top 10 DE Recruits from Class of 2015

The 2015 class has several excellent recruits at the defensive end position. While they're known in recruiting circles, comparing them to NFL players will only help paint a clearer picture of their skill sets. A defensive end in Florida...Show More Summary

Arkansas Football: Have Faith in Quarterback Brandon Allen

It sure does seem like it's been ages since the Arkansas Razorbacks had one of the best air attacks and quarterbacks in all of college football. Ryan Mallett and Tyler Wilson provided four years of Hogs fans knowing they had a capable...Show More Summary

Michigan Football: What Alabama Transfer, Chad Lindsay, Would Mean to Wolverines

It’ll take a lot more than the landing of a Chad Lindsay to cure the woes of Michigan’s offensive line. However, the addition of a Chad Lindsay—or in this case, the Chad Lindsay who’s looking to transfer from Alabama—would certainlyShow More Summary

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