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Dakota State Football Coaches Entertain Players by Playing Game of 'Dizzy Punt'

After Dakota State's football players put in work during a recent practice, two of the team's coaches entertained them by playing a game of "Dizzy Punt." The participants: Trojans head coach Josh Anderson and defensive coach Cory Miller. Show More Summary

President Barack Obama Leads 'O-H-I-O' Chant During Buckeyes' White House Visit

The national champion Ohio State Buckeyes made their trip to the White House on Monday, and President Barack Obama wasted no time in making the team feel right at home. Once he stepped to the podium, President Obama led the room in Ohio State's signature "O-H-I-O" chant: [The White House] Read more College Football news on BleacherReport.com

Ohio State QB Cardale Jones Launches Ball 74 Yards at Spring Game

Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones used Saturday's spring game as an opportunity to show why his nickname is "12 Gauge." The national championship-winning quarterback took part in a throwing competition at halftime of the Buckeyes' spring game. Show More Summary

Ohio State Coaches Get Emotional While Presenting Championship Rings to Players

It's been about three months since the Ohio State Buckeyes defeated the Oregon Ducks for the College Football Playoff National Championship. On Friday, the Buckeyes released a powerful video of Urban Meyer and his staff presenting championship rings to their players. Show More Summary

Steve Spurrier Works Out Shirtless with South Carolina News Reporter

Every year, South Carolina head coach/red-faced he-man Steve Spurrier allows a reporter from The State newspaper to join him in his dojo for a session of intense training and spiritual introspection. Or, more simply put, the two men get really sweaty and take their shirts off on camera. Show More Summary

B/R 5th Down: College Football's 'Fast and Furious' Take, Latest Rivalry Antics

Editor's Note: The Fifth Down captures the top social college football stories of the week. Because the long, grueling offseason is underway, we'll focus on things that make us laugh, think or maybe cry, but mostly laugh. 1) Utah's Coaching...Show More Summary

Arizona Wildcats Head Coach Rich Rodriguez Let Fans Call Plays at Spring Game

During the Arizona Wildcats' annual spring football game on Friday night, head coach Rich Rodriguez went into the stands and let fans call some goal-line plays, to mixed success. Suffice it to say, co-offensive coordinators Calvin McGee and Rod Smith likely aren't sweating their job security after the fans' performance as play-callers. Show More Summary

B/R 5th Down: Charlie Strong Forgets His Quarterback's Name

Editor's Note: The Fifth Down captures the top social college football stories of the week. Because the long, grueling offseason is underway, we'll focus on things that make us laugh, think or maybe cry, but mostly laugh. 1. Texas Coach...Show More Summary

Rice Football Signs 7-Year-Old Leukemia Patient Ziggy Stovall-Redd

The Rice University football program experienced an unexpected windfall Wednesday morning with the signing of 5-star recruit Fre’ derick “Ziggy” Stovall -Redd. A seven-year-old playmaker battling acute lymphoblastic leukemia, Ziggy made...Show More Summary

B/R 5th Down: April Fools' Day Pranks and Ohio State-Michigan Rivalry Antics

Editor's Note: The Fifth Down captures the top social college football stories of the week. Because the long, grueling offseason is underway, we'll focus on things that make us laugh, think or maybe cry, but mostly laugh. 1) Let's Officially Campaign for Baylor to Have a 400-Pound Quarterback Quarterback labels are too constrictive. Show More Summary

Ohio State Football: What Curtis Samuel's Emergence Means for the Buckeyes

Curtis Samuel was a serviceable backup during Ohio State's run through the College Football Playoff last year, but the talented all-purpose back is gearing up for a bigger role in 2015. And as the Buckeyes approach the midway point of...Show More Summary

Michigan Football: Breaking Down Wolverines' 2015 Spring Game Rosters

The first real, extensive look at Michigan football in the Jim Harbaugh era is less than 72 hours away. On Saturday, April 4, the Wolverines will hold their annual spring game. Even though play-calling is vanilla and points are meaningless...Show More Summary

Nebraska Football: Who Needs to Come Through for Huskers in 2015?

Nebraska football fans have been paying lots of attention during spring practice to which players might make the leap and which might find themselves on the bench this fall. But a different, and perhaps more important, question to ask...Show More Summary

Are Malik Zaire Brash Comments on QB Competition Good for Notre Dame Team?

Malik Zaire wants to be Notre Dame's starting quarterback. While most Irish fans are already theorizing on the best time-share arrangement for Zaire and Everett Golson, Zaire is trying his best to win the job outright. And he doesn't care who knows it. "It's not the ideal situation," Zaire said when asked about splitting snaps. Show More Summary

5-Star Texas A&M Commit Daylon Mack Pushes 3-Ton Truck for Workout

Weights are so last year. Texas A&M 5-star commit Daylon Mack is preparing for next year by pushing a three-ton Chevy Suburban up a local road. The defensive tackle's nickname is "The Mack Truck," which now makes perfect sense. The Aggies must be happy to have this guy on their side next year. [ YouTube, h/t 247 Sports] Read more College Football news on BleacherReport.com

College Football's Best All-Time Buzzer-Beater Plays

As far as buzzer-beaters go, college basketball has earned a stronger reputation than college football. But are we sure that should be the case? No one can deny the beauty of March Madness, but Fall Madness has enough last-second moments to compare. Show More Summary

CJ Prosise Cross-Training at RB Adds Another Playmaker to Notre Dame Offense

With Notre Dame's scholarship depth chart at running back limited to juniors Tarean Folston and Greg Bryant, Brian Kelly moving somebody to running back this spring made sense. But the shift of slot receiver C.J. Prosise to running back...Show More Summary

How Jim Harbaugh Is Bringing Bo Schembechler Back to Michigan

Despite his brother being in charge, John Harbaugh felt unwelcome in Ann Arbor. Harbaugh, the Baltimore Ravens' Super Bowl-winning head coach, was in town to speak at his younger brother Jim's first high school coaching clinic as Michigan's head coach. Show More Summary

Kenyan Drake Could Be Major Weapon for Alabama Following Incredible Recovery

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — For an offense that is tasked with replacing nine starters from a record-setting offense, Alabama got some much-welcome and even surprising news on Friday. Running back Kenyan Drake was practicing with the team and...Show More Summary

The Offseason of Jim Harbaugh

If George Costanza of Seinfeld had "The Summer of George," then first-year Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh is having "The Offseason of Jim." Consider it this way: Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer just won a national championship. Yet, if...Show More Summary

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