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Florida State Football: Whitfield, Wilson Growing into Expanded Role for 'Noles

Florida State has resolved one of its biggest concerns going into the 2014 season: the lack of consistent receiving options after senior Rashad Greene. It's no surprise that Greene leads the team with 15 receptions and 283 yards. OrShow More Summary

FSU Insider Buzz: Which Freshman Will Have Huge Impact for Seminoles vs. Clemson

The Florida State Seminoles are looking ahead to their first ACC matchup of the 2014 season. Bleacher Report's Stephen Nelson talks to The Associated Press' Kareem Copeland about the freshmen who will make an impact in the weeks to come. Show More Summary

Meet Quan Bray, the Auburn Tigers' Best Special Teams Weapon

AUBURN, Ala. — One of the biggest questions for Auburn this offseason was how to replace Chris Davis, the man who ran his way into college football history with a game-winning, 100-plus-yard return against Alabama. The Tigers might have...Show More Summary

Notre Dame Football: Expect a Slow Start vs. Purdue

On the heels of perhaps the most impressive performance of the Brian Kelly era, a 31-0 win over Michigan, Notre Dame makes the short trip to Indianapolis Saturday night to meet longtime rival Purdue. The Boilermakers were embarrassed...Show More Summary

USC's Leonard Williams Could Be the 2015 NFL Draft's Top Defensive Prospect

A high ankle sprain nearly kept Leonard Williams out of USC’s marquee Pac -12 matchup with Stanford last Saturday. It didn ’t stop the Trojans junior defensive lineman, who played through the injury instead, from proving himself to be...Show More Summary

Texas Football: What the Longhorns Must Do to Control UCLA Star QB Brett Hundley

The Longhorns failed in their practice run at UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley, giving up three touchdowns to BYU's Taysom Hill in last week's 41-7 defeat. To prevent Hundley from putting up an equal or greater performance, the Horns will...Show More Summary

College Football Picks Week 3: Odds and Spread Predictions for Top 25 Teams

College football spreads can be akin to playing the lottery. Unlike their relatively grounded professional counterparts, collegiate spreads are video game- esque in their over-the-top numbers. Oregon by 43? Sure, roll the dice, but who...Show More Summary

ESPN College GameDay 2014: Week 3 Schedule, Location, Predictions and More

Fargo, North Dakota, will serve as the site of ESPN's College GameDay in Week 3. That's because North Dakota State, the three-time reigning national champions in the Football Championship Subdivision, are getting some love for their recent, raging success. The No. Show More Summary

Breaking Down Michigan's Road Game Woes and How Brady Hoke Can Fix the Problem

After Michigan’s brutal loss to Notre Dame, players and coaches all delivered the same message—some variation of “…it’s just one game.” But Michigan has been underperforming away from its home stadium for the past two seasons, and the losses have taken a toll on Hoke’s support in Ann Arbor. Show More Summary

Houston vs. BYU: Game Grades, Analysis for the BYU Cougars

BYU jumped out to a huge lead in its home opener behind the arm and legs of quarterback Taysom Hill, but after looking stellar for nearly the entire first half more or less sleepwalked through what became a far-too-close 33-25 win over...Show More Summary

UCF, Missouri football preview with Kansas City Star beat writer Tod Palmer

We caught up Missouri Tigers beat reporter Tod Palmer of the Kansas City Star to get a preview on the UCF, Missouri football game Saturday.

University of Houston's Trevon Stewart Horribly Mistimes Jump vs. BYU's Juergens

Houston Cougars defensive back Trevon Stewart is probably wishing he didn't jump at all. During Thursday night's game against the BYU Cougars, Stewart turned his head too late for the ball but ended up jumping anyway, allowing BYU's Mitchell Juergens to stay upright. [Vine, h/t Twitter] Read more College Football news on

5 Things Ohio State Must Accomplish in Bounce-Back Game Against Kent State

After suffering a deflating 35-21 upset loss to Virginia Tech last Saturday, Urban Meyer and the No. 22 Ohio State Buckeyes are hoping to right the ship in a bounce-back game against Kent State. The Golden Flashes—fresh off of back-to-back...Show More Summary

Virginia Tech Football: What You Should and Shouldn't Be Concerned About

For years, Virginia Tech head coach Frank Beamer has been lambasted about his team's inability to win the big game. So last week's win over No. 8 Ohio State in Columbus was particularly satisfying for the legendary Beamer. "I think this...Show More Summary

Houston's John O'Korn Finds Daniel Spencer on 45-Yard TD to End 1st Half vs. BYU

Things weren't looking good for the Houston Cougars on Thursday night, going down 23-0 against the BYU Cougars. However, Houston was able to score three times before halftime, including this 45-yard hail mary from John O'Korn to Daniel Spencer to end the first half. Show More Summary

Winter Springs sweeps Oviedo in volleyball

Winter Springs swept Oviedo 3-0 (34-32, 27-25, 25-21) in a tightly-contested match. Payton Caffrey notched 25 kills, Bailey Johnson added 14 kills and Jenna Smith recorded 44 assists for the Bears. “We’ve waited eight months to play them again and this feels awesome,” said...

Jaguars owner on Ray Rice saga: NFL needs to lead by example

Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan released a statement Thursday afternoon on the Ray Rice controversy and commissioner Roger Goodell's actions in it.

Houston's Punter Miraculously Gets Botched Punt off

It may have been awkward, but this play prevented a major momentum swift for the Houston Cougars. During Thursday's game against the BYU Cougars, Houston's punter got a low snap and fumbled the ball, but was somehow still able to kick it away and get a solid punt out of it. [Vine, h/t Twitter] Read more College Football news on

Area sports teams remember 9/11 with #NeverForget

Area high-school sports teams remembered 9/11 on social media Thursday using #NeverForget.

Will the Nebraska Cornhuskers' Soft Nonconference Schedule Come Back to Haunt?

Nebraska’s nonconference schedule for 2014 has worked out to be a little softer than first anticipated. Yes, Florida Atlantic and McNeese State aren ’t going to impress anyone (although Nebraska’s struggles with the Cowboys on Saturday...Show More Summary

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