1. Kickoff Time Set for Sept. 20 Maryland-Syracuse Matchup

    Maryland will kick off its non-conference matchup against Syracuse on Sept. 20 at 12:30 p.m., the Atlantic Coast Conference announced in its weekly game time release on Monday afternoon...

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  2. Maryland Players, Edsall React to New Uniforms vs. WVU

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  3. Maryland Extends Contract with Under Armour Through 2024

    Maryland has extended its apparel partnership with Under Armour through the 2023-2024 school year, the school announced Tuesday.....

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  4. Brandon Ross' Fumbling May Cost Him Terps' Starting RB Job

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  5. Ohio State Football: How Does Urban Meyer 2.0 Handle a Loss?

    Eight minutes into his meeting with the media on Monday, Stan Drayton found himself at a loss for words. And it wasn't because of a question that had anything to do with his running back rotation...

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  6. Insider Recruiting: Sanctions Lifted, Which 5-Star Recruit Could Penn State Flip

    The Penn State Nittany Lions are looking to bounce back stronger than ever now that the NCAA has lifted their recruiting sanctions starting in 2015...

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  7. Nick Rallis Done for Season with ACL Injury

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  8. Brady Hoke: True Michigan Fans Will Support the Team, Others Won't

    Michigan's fan base came to a boil during Saturday's 31-0 loss to Notre Dame and hasn't cooled off much since.....

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  9. Praise Heaped on Defensive Lineman Willie Henry

    He's in his second season of being capable of handling the workload that comes with a defensive lineman. So far, through two games of the 2014 season, Willie Henry has definitely caught the attention of his football team...

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  10. Michigan's Defense Showing Holes Without Freshman Jabrill Peppers (day-to-Day)

    Michigan cornerback Jabrill Peppers was expected by many to be the difference-maker on the U-M defense this season...

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  11. Michigan's Doug Nussmeier Grades His Coaching After Shutout: 'Not Very Good'

    Ann Arbor – Michigan first-year offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier directed an offense that was unable to score points at Notre Dame. From The Detroit News: http://www...

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  12. Pelini Takes Stone-Face Selfie with Fan

    The Nebraska football team is 2-0 through two games, but the most recent Huskers' win didn't provide much to be happy about.....

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  13. O'Brien Happy for Penn State Football Program

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  14. PSU's Twitter reaction to NCAA's decision

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  15. Recapping the Trash Talk Between Rutgers and Penn State This Offseason

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  16. How Doug Nussmeier Can Turn Michigan Offense Around After Week 2 Disaster

    Doug Nussmeier agrees with you about Saturday’s 31-0 loss to Notre Dame . In fact, the first-year Michigan offensive coordinator, in terms of perception, stands right alongside the general public and fanbase...

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  17. Was Ohio State Properly Prepared for Virginia Tech?

    Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer stood on the sidelines as the Buckeyes took the field for their first offensive series Saturday against Virginia Tech when he realized he was going up against something he hadn't seen before...

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  18. Urban Meyer: 'We Got Exposed a Little Bit'

    With days to reflect on a crushing loss to Virginia Tech, Urban Meyer said his Ohio State Buckeyes were "got a exposed a little bit.".....

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  19. Noah Spence Eligible to Return This Week

    Ohio State's defense will get a key player back when first-team all-Big Ten defensive end Noah Spence returns this week.....

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  20. 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...

    M.F. DiBella Written by M.F. DiBella about 11 days ago 2,316 reads 8 comments

  21. Michigan Wolverines vs. Miami (Ohio) RedHawks Complete Game Preview

    Prior to last week’s matchup versus Notre Dame, head coach Brady Hoke said that the game was a measuring stick. After being demolished 31-0, there wasn ’t very much to measure...

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  22. Nebraska Football: What You Should and Shouldn't Be Concerned About After Week 2

    Nebraska football fans got a huge scare in Week 2 against FCS opponent McNeese State. The Cornhuskers were tied with the Cowboys 24-24 with 20 seconds left, and the FCS squad ...

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  23. Video: Hundreds of Penn State Students Have Gathered at Old Main

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  24. 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...

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  25. Rice Photos, Video Won't Be Shown at Rutgers

    Ray Rice's photos will no longer be at Rutgers' High Point Solutions Stadium or used in highlight videos shown at Knights' games, because those reflect only active NFL players, according to a school spokesperson...

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