1. College Football Players Who Will Set or Approach Career Records

    Every year, a few elite players that decided to return for their senior seasons start to move up the record books...

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  2. Penn State Scandal: Joe Paterno's Lasting Legacy

    Each day that Joe Paterno 's statue remains outside of Beaver Stadium at Penn State University is a disgrace. Every day his name remains on the library is a disgrace. A disgrace for the university, the state and all the victims...

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  3. Alabama vs. LSU: BCS National Championship Live Blog

    8:16 - Marcus Allen comes out of the closet on the Nissan "Heisman House" commercial. 8:21 - Showing close-ups of the cheerleaders. I regret my choice to attend Purdue...

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  4. Heisman 2011: Why Baylor's Robert Griffin Should Win

    When Robert Griffin III arrived in Waco as a true freshman in 2008, he was joining one of the least successful BCS programs since the inception of the BCS in 1998...

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  5. Ryan Broyles: The Greatest Receiver in NCAA History

    Currently, Ryan Broyles holds the NCAA record for career receptions. Prior to Broyles, Purdue WR Taylor Stubblefield had the record with 316 receptions...

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  6. Purdue's Quarterback Question: Caleb TerBush or Robert Marve?

    Through the first three games of the 2011 season, Caleb TerBush has posted a 2-1 record as the starting quarterback. He has completed 51 of 81 passes (63 percent) for 546 yards, three TDs and one INT...

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  7. Danny Hope: An Analysis of His Purdue Coaching Tenure

    In his five years at Eastern Kentucky, Danny Hope went 35-22 and appeared in one Division 1 FCS tournament. After 2007, he went to Purdue to serve as associate head coach in 2008...

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  8. NCAA Athletes: Amateurs? Professionals? Or Most Importantly, Students?

    In the ongoing discussion about paying (or more appropriately providing extra benefits to) NCAA student-athletes, at least those in men’s basketball and football, there are two sides...

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  9. National Champions: Schools That Least Deserve Their College Football Title

    College Football , unfortunately, is a game in which the best team is too often the team that cheats the most. As fans, this takes away from the experience of the game as a whole...

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  10. College Football: The Schools with the Most 9,000-Yard Passers

    115 NCAA FBS quarterbacks have accumulated more than 9,000 career passing yards. Which schools have the most? Although the NCAA only started counting bowl games in 2002, some schools count all bowls in their official records...

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  11. Football National Champions: 1981 Clemson, 2004 USC, 2010 Auburn

    In 1981, Clemson celebrated its only national championship in college football, under coach Danny Ford, and the school’s first in any team sport. Less than one year later, the NCAA found Clemson in violation of a multitude of NCAA rules...

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