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NCAA Football Picks: North Carolina Tar Heels vs. East Carolina Pirates Odds

State bragging rights will be on the line this Saturday afternoon at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium when the ACC ’s North Carolina Tar Heels tangle with the AAC ’s East Carolina Pirates. Game time is set for 3:30 p.m. (EDT), and the contest will...Show More Summary

AP College Football Poll 2014: Official Top-25 Rankings, Week 4 Projections

We are another week into the 2014 NCAA college football season, and a few more contenders have seen their title aspirations dashed with a loss that shoved them down the AP poll. Throughout the early college football season, marquee schools have slipped down the rankings, mostly as a result of falling to other premier programs. Show More Summary

NCAA Football Rankings 2014: Week 4 Standings and Analysis for Latest Polls

Not much changed atop the Associated Press Top 25 after the third Saturday in the 2014 college football season. However, a few teams with dreams of rising to the status of the elite hit major speed bumps. Both the USC Trojans and the Georgia Bulldogs saw their hopes of an undefeated season go by the boards. Show More Summary

NCAA Football Rankings 2014: Hits and Misses from Week 3

Well, that was interesting. Week 3 is in the books and now the college football landscape appears even more confusing than ever. It's certainly tough to put together a top 25 after Saturday's action. South Carolina showed it wasn't,Show More Summary

NCAA Football Playoff 2014: Latest Predictions After Week 3 Standings

With just under a month of college football action already in the books, it's time to take a look at which four teams look worthy of featuring the the NCAA's inaugural college football playoff at the end of the 2014-15 season. Florida...Show More Summary

NCAA Football Rankings 2014: Week 4 Standings for College's Top 25 Teams

Week 3 of the 2014 college football season is in the books, and the preseason's top-25 rankings suddenly seem like a distant memory. There's already been a bevy of changes atop the nation's standings, and after Saturday's action, we can expect plenty more. Each week, we learn more and more about each squad. Show More Summary

NCAA Football Rankings 2014: Predicting the AP Top 25 After Week 3

On the surface, Week 3 of the college football season didn ’t look particularly exciting. There was only one matchup between two Associated Press Top 25 teams, with No. 6 Georgia traveling to No. 24 South Carolina. And only three Top...Show More Summary

NCAA Football Playoff 2014: Exploring Championship Implications of Week 3 Games

There is still a great deal that can happen between now and the end of the 2014 college football season as it relates to the College Football Playoff, but there is no question that a few teams have separated themselves in the early going. Florida...Show More Summary

NCAA Football Rankings 2014: Latest Week 3 Standings and Playoff Predictions

The inaugural College Football Playoff does not entirely stick a fork in the NCAA rankings. Now more than ever, the polls act as a guideline to get a pulse on the state of the college football landscape and a potential glimpse at the...Show More Summary

NCAA College Football Picks: Week 3 Against the Spread

While there are some good games this week, there is only one between ranked teams, with South Carolina hosting Georgia. Meanwhile, t here are many nonconference teams in action this weekend facing ranked ones from bigger conferences. Are...Show More Summary

Penn State Recruits React to NCAA's Repeal of Bowl Ban and Scholarship Sanctions

Penn State football was supposed to be buried for at least the better part of a decade. Unprecedented monetary penalties, severe scholarship sanctions and a four-year bowl ban handed down in 2012 reverberated like a death knell across...Show More Summary

Elimination of NCAA sanctions gives Penn State recruiting flexibility

Options. Penn State football now has a lot more of them. Monday, the NCAA quietly released the news that the remaining postseason and scholarship sanctions against the Nittany Lions from the Jerry Sandusky scandal have been lifted. While...Show More Summary

NCAA Football Rankings 2014: Full List of Week 3 College Standings and Polls

Thanks to a batch of brave scheduling, there is a lot of noticeable movement to talk about in the Week 3 college football polls. Both the Amway Coaches poll and Associated Press poll contain plenty of surprises after their Sunday release this time around. Show More Summary

Brady Hoke, Devin Gardner and the Decline of an NCAA Football Powerhouse

Navigating out of a downward spiral is tricky business. Michigan football has endured them before, most recently during the forlorn Rich Rodriguez era of 2008-2010; for the record, Rich Rod went 2-1 against Notre Dame (but just 0-1 against...Show More Summary

NCAA Football Picks: East Carolina Pirates vs. Virginia Tech Hokies Odds

The AAC’s East Carolina Pirates will try to cool down the red-hot Virginia Tech Hokies out of the ACC this Saturday afternoon at Lane Stadium in Blacksburg. This game is set to kick off at noon ET, and it will be broadcast nationally...Show More Summary

Penn State Students Celebrate Lifted Sanctions, Chant Joe Paterno's Name

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Earlier today, the NCAA lifted the sanctions placed on Penn State's football program after the Jerry Sandusky scandal. The team will be bowl-eligible and have its scholarships returned. Tonight, Penn State students celebrated by meeting at Old Main, and chanting the late head coach Joe Paterno's name, among other things. Read more...

NCAA Sending Wrong Message to Victims by Repealing Penn State's Sanctions

There was no reason to feel sorry for Penn State football. No reason to feel that the punishment was too much. No reason to reward Penn State for doing the things it should have been doing all along. So it's hard to find any reason,Show More Summary

NCAA Lifts Penn State Sex-Abuse Sanctions

The NCAA today lifted the on-the-field sanctions placed on the Penn State football team for the Jerry Sandusky scandal, including immediately eliminating the postseason ban and restoring scholarships. Penn State was halfway through a 4-year postseason ban handed down during the summer of 2012. The NCAA rescinded some of the...

Penn State Is Now Eligible For Post-Season Play Again, All Scholarships To Be Restored

The NCAA announced today that it is restoring the Penn State football program’s eligibility to appear in post-season games effective immediately, as well as allowing the football program to return to a full-season roster of 85 scholarship...Show More Summary

Penn State Sanctions Lifted: How Big Is the Recruiting Impact for Nittany Lions?

The NCAA announced it has restored the Penn State Nittany Lions' eligibility for postseason play immediately while awarding them all 85 scholarships for the 2015 season. Bleacher Report college football analysts Michael Felder and Barrett Sallee discuss what this means for the program as a whole. Show More Summary

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