1. Will Son of Former UGA Football Standout Play for Bulldogs?

    Will Jones hasn’t given up completely on the idea of following in his father’s footsteps and playing football at UGA...

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  2. Behold, Oregon State's Recruiting Plane (VIDEO)

    This Friday, as you're eating your popcorn and watching your favorite high school football team take the field, you might see something curious flying overhead...

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  3. Angry Fans Had Early Exit Saturday

    A Purdue student said he will keep going to games because he loves Purdue football, but has been upset with the last two games in Ross-Ade Stadium...

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  4. Purdue Football Struggles Under Hope Reminiscent of Burtnett Era

    Now that the defining moment of the Danny Hope era is gone with Sunday’s wind, just what can Purdue football fans expect in the next few months? Boilermaker football history ...

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  5. Mike Carmin's 4 Downs: Repairs Needed to Salvage Purdue Football Season

    Looking back, looking ahead at four topics related to Purdue’s 38-14 loss to Wisconsin and this week’s matchup at Ohio State. FIRST DOWN Under Danny Hope, the Boilermakers have beaten Ohio State twice...

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  6. Ball, Wisconsin Bludgeon Purdue, 38-14

    This was supposed to be Danny Hope’s best team. No more embarrassing losses. Improved offensive numbers. Better play from the quarterback position. Offseason changes to the defensive staff were expected to create a tougher and more physical unit...

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  7. Midseason report: Maryland

    It is safe to call Maryland the most pleasant surprise to emerge in the ACC at the midway point of the season...

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  8. Terps Honor Former Receiver Darryl Hill

    The first time Darryl Hill heard the Maryland cannon fire following a Terrapins score, he dived onto the ground. He thought somebody was shooting at him. His teammates rolled on the ground in laughter...

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  9. Loving life as a pressuring linebacker, Drakeford wins ACC award

    It’s an unmatched thrill when Darin Drakeford finds open space. Swim moves get him there. Spins and speed, too...

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  10. Edsall: Terps Lacked Defensive Sharpness; Blocked FG Praise-Worthy

    “I didn’t think we were as sharp as we needed to be defensively,” Edsall said during his Sunday teleconference. “We’ve got to continue to be sharp. We can’t be reading the press clippings yet...

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  11. Maryland-Boston College Draws 1 p.m. Kickoff

    A game at Boston College, one that could very well clinch bowl eligibility for the Maryland football team, will kick off at 1 p.m., the ACC announced Monday...

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  12. UK Punter, Landon Foster Continues to Shine

    University of Kentucky true freshman punter Landon Foster has been honored as Honorable Mention Punter of the Week by the College Football Performance Awards, based on his efforts vs...

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  13. John Clay: Picking Up the Pieces from UK-Arkansas Debacle

    Some random notes on Saturday's 49-7 fiasco in Fayetteville, Ark. ■ My youngest son messaged me to ask how miserable the UK-Arkansas game was. Between the game and the weather, extremely miserable...

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  14. QB Riley Nelson Is Still the Starter, Bronco Mendenhall Says

    Provo • The growing number of BYU fans who want to see a change at starting quarterback won’t get their wish this week...

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  15. BYU Football: Cougars Facing Tough Notre Dame QB Combo of Golson, Rees

    SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Fifth-ranked Notre Dame has used two quarterbacks in almost every game this season. It could be a different duo against Brigham Young on Saturday...

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  16. Cougar Secondary Hurt and Hungry After Loss to Oregon State

    PROVO — BYU defensive secondary coach Nick Howell didn't mince words Monday when asked about his players' performance last weekend in a 42-24 loss to Oregon State. "It was not like us...

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  17. Kragthorpe: Riley Nelson's Mixed Results Not Good Enough for BYU

    The play that haunted BYU quarterback Riley Nelson, the one he really wished the Cougars could have back, came early in the fourth quarter of Saturday’s loss to No. 10 Oregon State...

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  18. UF Expects to Have 5 Starters Back Against S. Carolina

    GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- No. 3 Florida, which played without five starters at Vanderbilt on Saturday, expects to have all of them back against ninth-ranked South Carolina...

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  19. Meyer 'Not Happy at All' with Ohio State's Defense

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Urban Meyer met with his defensive coaches and players on Sunday. He wasn't handing out compliments. "I'm not happy at all with what's going on on defense,'' the Ohio State coach said a day later...

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  20. Texas Coach Brown Says No Plans to Retire Despite Recent Struggles

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- Two days after another whipping at the hands of rival Oklahoma, Texas coach Mack Brown dismissed any suggestions he may be ready to retire, saying he's still got energy and the backing of the school and its big boosters...

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  21. Arkansas Hopes to Have New Coach Named by Early December

    Take solace, Hog fans. Your coaching savior’s white horse is just a couple of months down the road. Maybe...

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  22. Tyrone Willingham Volunteering as an Assistant Golf Coach

    Tyrone Willingham is back at Stanford, where he enjoyed his most prolonged success. And he’s coaching again, too. But not in football...

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  23. 'Embarrassing' off-Field Incidents Trigger Wake Letter to Fans

    The month of October hasn’t been kind to the Wake Forest football on or off the field, particularly on the latter front...

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  24. Saban on His Starting QB: 'AJ's OK'

    Starting quarterback AJ McCarron suffered a knee injury in the third quarter of No. 1 Alabama’s win over Missouri Saturday and, after a brief reappearance, watched the remainder of the blowout from the sidelines...

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  25. Clowney's Pregame Threat to Zach Mettenberger Doesn't Happen

    BATON ROUGE - Locker room material from newspapers and websites is often forgotten about by the time a football game kicks off...

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