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BCS Standings: FSU is the New Number One

For the first time in years, it looks like the SEC won’t have a dog in the fight in the BCS National Championship Game. After then #4 Auburn beat #1 Alabama as the last possible second on Saturday, Florida State moved up to the #1 spot and Ohio State moved to #2 in the BCS standings that were released Sunday …

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USC vs. UCLA: The Case for Ed Orgeron

This Saturday is a big day for college football rivalries: Ohio St. vs. Michigan, Clemson vs. South Carolina, and Alabama vs. Auburn. While perhaps the Alabama vs. Auburn game is the most important football game of the year, the USC vs. UCLA game does not lack its own drama and import. There are multiple things on the line in the …

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Katherine Webb Nervous About Alabama-Auburn Game

This Saturday is going to be a first for Katherine Webb, and she’s pretty nervous. Webb will be attending the Iron Bowl for the first time. For those who may be a bit unaware, the Iron Bowl is the annual game played by rivals the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Auburn Tigers. Webb will have a difficult time because she …

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Bo Pelini Thinks The “Future Is Bright” At Nebraska

If you’re not winning, you’re losing. And if you’re losing in embarrassing ways and upsetting fans, you may also be losing your job. Rumors abound that University of Nebraska head football coach is facing the heat of losing his job. And after some embarrassing losses, the upcoming game against Iowa on Friday could very well be the deciding factor on …

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Will Muschamp Won’t Be Fired from Florida

Of all of the college football coaches on the hot seat right now, it comes as a surprise that Will Muschamp will be sticking around the Florida Gators football program for at least another year. With a 4-7 record and a sure loss to Florida State coming up on Saturday, Muschamp has led the Gators to their worst record since …

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NCAA Suing EA Sports: End Of College Sports Games?

The NCAA has had a long history with EA Sports, and the production of NCAA football video-games. However, recently reports have surfaced saying that the NCAA is suing EA Sports for a number of issues that have arisen during the business partnership between the two institutions. The lawsuit was filed on November 4th in a Georgia state court, following a …

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Grinnell’s Jack Taylor Scores 109 Points in College Basketball Game

It’s not often you hear much about a D-III college basketball player, but one young man from Grinnell, Iowa is certainly giving people something to talk about. Grinnell College’s Jack Taylor put up triple digits in a basketball game against Crossroads College on Sunday. No, that wasn’t a typo–we mean Taylor put up 109 points by himself. Including his points, …

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Rutgers Player Jevon Tyree Says He Left Team Because of Bullying

Another week brings us another claim of bullying in football. This time, college player Jevon Tyree is saying he quit playing for Rutgers because an assistant coach was verbally abusive. This new bullying case comes to light as Dolphins player Richie Incognito was suspended for allegedly harassing a teammate to the point that he left the team. Tyree, 19, and …

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Jameis Winston is Investigated for Sexual Assault

It has been announced that America’s favorite squinting college quarterback is being investigated for sexual assault stemming from a report that was filed nearly a year ago. Winston denies the allegations and so far, no charges have been filed against him. Winston is expected to continue playing for the time being. According to a police report that was filed with …

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Andrew Wiggins Leads Kansas to Victory Over Duke

Last night was the night college basketball fans and NBA scouts had been waiting for since April. The Champions Classic, a three year agreement between Duke, Kansas, Kentucky, and Michigan State, featured the three most-touted college freshmen in America – Jabari Parker, Julius Randle, and Andrew Wiggins. All three athletes had received a fair bit of attention before the season …

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BCS Standings: Another Switcheroo at the #2 Spot

Another week, more BCS drama. The updated BCS standings were released last night. We didn’t see a lot of movement within the Top 10, but Florida State and Oregon did switch places. Again. Oregon had a BYE week last week and FSU played–and dominated–Miami, who was undefeated and ranked in the Top 10 before facing the Seminoles in Tallahassee. Not …

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Paterno Family Lawsuit Wants to Void Consent Decree

On Tuesday, Senior Judge John B. Leete listened to arguments for 3 hours concerning the Jerry Sandusky scandal that occurred at Penn State and the ensuing fallout. In June of last year, Jerry Sandusky was found guilty of 45 counts of sexual abuse against young boys. Not only was Sandusky punished with 30-60 years in prison, but Penn State University …

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