1. Donald and Hendricks Named to Athlon's All-ACC First Team

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  2. Panthers 2nd on Shai McKenzie's Top Five List

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  3. Syracuse Commitment from 2014 Illinois Linebacker Colton Moskal

    Syracuse received a verbal commitment on Saturday from Colton Moskal, a middle linebacker out of Lake Zurich High School in Illinois. He becomes the fourth member and second linebacker in Syracuse's 2014 recruiting class...

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  4. Lister Gives Rutgers a 'Soft Verbal' Commitment

    Friday, the Scarlet Knights landed a verbal commitment from Minnesota tight end, George Behr, prompting Katy (Texas) tight end, to call up and give the Rutgers staff a "soft verbal" before having the luxury of visiting campus...

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  5. Harrisburg Running Back Robert Martin Chooses Rutgers University

    Harrisburg junior running back Robert Martin made his verbal declaration Friday night, choosing Rutgers University...

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  6. Temple Lands Commitment No. 8 with Stud QB

    247Sports spoke with Quarterback Frank Nutile both Tuesday and Wednesday night. The Wednesday conversation occurred after he announced his Temple commitment...

    Jeff Carillo Written by Jeff Carillo about 10 months ago 36 reads 0 comments

  7. Photo: NASCAR Driver Brian Vickers to Drive Louisville Car, Wear Cardinals Suit

    Auto racing and college sports seem to be going hand-in-hand these days. Yesterday, we were showing you a special Ohio State Buckeye helmet that will be worn in an upcoming race this weekend...

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  8. Petrino Says He's Always Been a Louisville Fan

    Since leaving the University of Louisville in 2007, former Cardinal football coach Bobby Petrino has proved that he has some flaws...

    Kevin Driscoll Written by Kevin Driscoll about 10 months ago 21 reads 0 comments

  9. Auburn Offers Two Cincinnati Commitments

    Tommy Tuberville recruited a lot of good football players out of the state of Florida while he coached at Auburn...

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  10. Rutgers, Penn State Scandals Show that Boosters Can be Finicky With Their Wallet

    Rutgers is moving to the Big Ten in a year, but right now, the university is mired in the Julie Hermann situation. It is a scandal that, as Tom Canavan of the Associated Press points out, could well cost the Scarlet Knights some money...

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  11. Pitt Gives AD Pederson 5-Year Contract Extension, Through 2018

    Athletic director Steve Pederson, who helped Pitt move from the turbulence of the Big East to the solidarity of the ACC, has received a five-year contract extension that will keep him ...

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  12. Louisville First School to Reach Final Four, BCS Bowl Game, College World Series

    There's never been a better time to be a Louisville fan. With the Cardinals' upset of No. 2 Vanderbilt on Sunday afternoon, the school can now boast a feat that has never been accomplished during the BCS era...

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  13. Rutgers University's Julie Hermann Controversy Not Going Away

    Rutgers University has yet another scandal , this time concerning newly hired AD Julie Hermann. Hermann was brought in to replace former AD Tim Pernetti, who was forced out in the Mike Rice scandal...

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  14. Kyle Flood, Football Shine Amid Rutgers' Athletics Scandals

    Nestled in a leather chair in his office, Kyle Flood donned sweatpants and a red pullover, a life-sized replica of a knight positioned by his side...

    Kevin Driscoll Written by Kevin Driscoll about 10 months ago 287 reads 0 comments

  15. Does No Campaign Help Bridgewater?

    Teddy Bridgewater has not had a conventional college career. The Louisville quarterback has been a hit through two years, winning Big East Freshman of the Year honors and conference Offensive Player of the Year honors the past two seasons...

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  16. Weak and Strong: Louisville

    Our series looking at the best and worst of each Big East's team' personnel units continues today with Louisville, widely expected to be the class of the conference this fall...

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  17. Looking for Leaders in Louisville

    Louisville coach Charlie Strong has been asked 1,000 different ways about the makeup of his team headed into 2013, about its potential, about the opportunity to run the table. And we have not even hit August...

    Kevin Driscoll Written by Kevin Driscoll about 11 months ago 29 reads 0 comments

  18. Cincy Adds Former Top Kicker Prospect Andrew Gantz

    Recruiting has really heated up for the Bearcats in the recent weeks. Today, Centerville, Ohio native Andrew Gantz announced via Twitter that he will come to Cincinnati.....

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  19. UC's Strongest, Weakest Team Positions

    New faces, new places. Every team in the nation features turnover in one form or another each year. Starting today, we'll take a look at the biggest strength and weakness for each Big East team heading into the 2013 season...

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  20. Rutgers Football Adds Two New Hospitality Venues for This Season

    Some of the focus at Rutgers, finally, is turning to football again. The school announced today that it is adding two new hospitality areas for the coming season -- one on the Recruiting ...

    Kevin Driscoll Written by Kevin Driscoll about 11 months ago 14 reads 0 comments

  21. Delany: 'Rutgers Will Be a Member of the Big Ten'

    NEW YORK (AP) -- Rutgers' recent troubles will not interfere with its entry into the Big Ten, conference Commissioner Jim Delany says. .....

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  22. Photos: Louisville Unveils Sugar Bowl Rings on Twitter

    As we are all well-aware, Louisville Athletics has had an awesome year – especially in football and men's basketball. Today, we got a little reminder of what the Cardinals accomplished on the gridiron this past season...

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  23. Georgia Linebacker Commits to Louisville

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  24. Should the Big Ten Be Having Second Thoughts About Rutgers in Light of Scandals?

    The Big Ten should not be having second thoughts as the nation watches the mess that is the Rutgers-Julie Hermann situation play out. Sure, it's ugly and been handled poorly by the university...

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  25. With Social Media, Do Schools Even Need to Do Heisman Campaigns Anymore?

    The most successful Heisman marketing campaign doesn ’t come off a billboard, over-the-top video or flashy mailer crafted to manufacture buzz. Not anymore, not in 2013...

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