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North Texas

If you haven't heard the story, there's a reason North Texas coach Dan McCarney wears sunglasses. McCarney, who turns 61 today, is blind in his right eye. He has had four surgeries in an attempt to restore vision to the...

Aaron Murray's Brother Josh Wins 'The Bachelorette,' Mark Richt Tweets Congrats

Because I'm sure all of you sports fans out there have been paying attention, the finale of The Bachelorette was Monday night and spoiler alert Andi Dorfman chose Josh Murray, the brother of recent NFL fifth-round draft pick Aaron Murray. An...Show More Summary

Southern Methodist

Has it been six years already? It doesn't seem like it, but yes, it was Jan. 8, 2008 when June Jones bolted Hawaii and arrived at Southern Methodist. Jones, 61, might ride it out at SMU. He has a contract...

Pac-12 Football: 8 Most Crucial 2014 Fall Camp Battles

OK, friends, Pac-12 football is literally right around the corner, and it's time to take an early look at what to watch during fall camp. As always, fingers are crossed that teams can stay healthy, and it's always exciting to hear initial...Show More Summary

Maryland

Randy Edsall was a controversial hire by Maryland in 2011. He left his job at Connecticut after the Huskies' 48-20 loss to Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl, never saying goodbye to his players. His first Terrapin team lost its last...

Louisiana Tech

Louisiana Tech produced three posters, which is one less than the number of Bulldog victories in 2013. The transition from Sonny Dykes' spread offense to Skip Holtz's run-first mentality was anything but smooth. The season scoring total went from 618...

Boise State ranked No. 27, Broncos adapt to life without Chris Petersen

Boise State ranked No. 27 in the Orlando Sentinel's college footbal preseason countdown. The Broncos are adapting to life without veteran coach Chris Petersen.

Biggest Storylines Heading into UCLA Fall Camp

Three significant storylines surround Jim Mora and the UCLA football team heading into the commencement of fall camp in San Bernardino, California, on Aug. 4. The expectations for Mora's bunch are incredibly high. The media recently picked UCLA to win the Pac-12 South Division. Show More Summary

5 Reasons 4-Star WR Christian Kirk Will Sign with Texas A&M

Christian Kirk is a talented 4-star receiver with a dynamic skill set. He can hurt a defense on the perimeter, in the slot and even as a running back. At 5'10" and 191 pounds, the Arizona native has excellent speed, quickness, elusiveness and instincts as a runner. Show More Summary

Biggest Storylines Heading into Alabama Fall Camp

We’re less than five weeks away from Alabama’s season opener against West Virginia on August 30, which means the offseason will come to a close very soon. The Crimson Tide will open fall camp this weekend. The pads will (eventually) come on, opponent-specific preparation will begin, summer enrollees from the No. Show More Summary

USC Football: 10 Trojans Primed for Breakout Seasons

With slightly more than a month left until the start of the college football season, those who follow the USC Trojans wait anxiously for the beginning of the Steve Sarkisian era. And while the Trojan faithful will keep an eye on howShow More Summary

Former 5-Star Recruits Who Will Deliver on Their Hype in 2014 Season

All 5-star recruits arrive on their college campuses with a ton of hype. However, not all of them deliver on the huge promise they showed as recruits. Over the past few recruiting cycles, college football has seen several former 5-star recruits live up to their billing. Show More Summary

Big Ten Media Days 2014: Biggest Quotes and Reaction from Day 1

CHICAGO — Change was in the air. Day 1 of Big Ten media days served as the unofficial welcome for two new programs, one enthusiastic football coach and some renewed mentalities from the personalities that are already established in the...Show More Summary

Ray-Ray McCloud III to Clemson: Tigers Land 4-Star RB Prospect

Ray-Ray McCloud III has known where he'd be attending college for a while now. On Monday, the Clemson Tigers found out with the rest of the world. Bright House Sports had the news: As expected, McCloud announced his decision to attend Clemson at a live televised special on BHSN. Show More Summary

5-Star WR Recruit George Campbell Names Top 10 Schools

Wide receiver George Campbell, a 5-star recruit and the No. 36 overall player in the 2015 class, "narrowed" his list of potential college choices down to 10 Monday afternoon. The 6'3", 184-pound pass-catcher from Tarpon Springs, Florida,...Show More Summary

Florida State Football: Biggest Storylines Heading into Fall Camp

There will be no competition for the starter at quarterback and tailback. Jameis Winston and Karlos Williams have secured those jobs. And Rashad Greene is the Florida State football team's unquestioned No. 1 receiver. But there will be plenty of competition for jobs at positions like Nos. Show More Summary

Notre Dame Football: 4 Irish Players Primed for Breakout Seasons in 2014

Hype runs rampant throughout the spring and summer, with optimism driving expectations around programs like Notre Dame football. The glimpses, reports and projections will soon give way to actual performance. So with fall camp rapidly...Show More Summary

Why Braxton Miller Is to Ohio State Football What LeBron James Is to the Cavs

Asked how important it is to Ohio State for Braxton Miller to stay healthy, Buckeyes tight end Jeff Heuerman answered the question with a question of his own. "How important is it for Cleveland to keep LeBron (James) healthy?" Heuerman...Show More Summary

Keisean Lucier-South Releases Top 5: Which Program Is Best Fit for 5-Star DE?

Keisean Lucier -South, a 5-star defensive end from Orange County, California, announced the list of five programs he will choose from Monday afternoon, and a certain local powerhouse was conspicuously absent. The 6'5", 225-pound pass-rusher...Show More Summary

Nebraska's Bo Pelini Ready for the Challenges in Make-or-Break Season

When it comes to the 2014 season, Bo Pelini is ready for the challenges it presents. As the coach's seventh season at the helm of Nebraska football, it truly is make-or-break. During Pelini 's time at the Big Ten Media Days podium, the coach didn't shy away from his expectations for the season. Show More Summary

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