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Ty Tyler Joins Louisville, Two Players Enter Supplemental Draft

There are some more roster moves to discuss today in college football. Marshall defensive lineman Ty Tyler has decided to join the Louisville Cardinals, and players from Syracuse and West Virginia have both put their names in the NFL Supplemental Draft. A survey of college athletic trainers is sure to get a lot of news too, as it confirms what …

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The NCAA and California are Set to Square Off, Pinkel Undergoing Cancer Treatment

Last month, California passed a bill allowing student athletes to make money off their names and likenesses. The bill received overwhelming support in the California State Senate, and it is scheduled to be implemented by 2023 provided it becomes law. This directly challenges the NCAA and the collegiate sports’ monolith is ready to fight to retain its air-tight grip on …

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Stockstill o New TV Deal, an Ohio State Coach Helps With Continuity

Conference USA has a new television deal for the 2019 season. CUSA games were previously broadcast on beIN Sports, but the conference is moving away from a network that primarily promotes international soccer to the NFL Network this year. CUSA and the NFL Network agreed to a four-year deal back in May, and as part of the deal there will …

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UConn Intends to Remain FBS, Charges Dropped Against Florida DB

The top story in college football continues to be the bombshell news that UConn will leave the AAC and re-join the Big East as early as 2020-21. The prospect of another round of conference realignment has spiced up a news cycle that is usually just filled with police blotter and unfounded optimism, and the ramifications will likely dominate the headlines …

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UConn Reportedly Joining the Big East and Speculation Concerning AAC Replacements

In a move that makes all the sense in the world, the University of Connecticut is reportedly set to join the Big East in 2020. UConn was a charter member of the original Big East in 1979, but the Huskies left for the AAC after being repeatedly skipped over during conference realignment. Now, it appears that UConn is going home …

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Grambling WR Shot, UNLV Suites a Hot Commodity

We hear stories of senseless shootings all too often nowadays, and one of those impacted the college football world on Wednesday. Yesterday afternoon, it was reported that Grambling wide receiver DJ Clark had been shot at a New Orleans playground, and his younger brother had been killed in the incident. Now, the college football world mourns the loss. Updating to …

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North Carolina Allows Beer and Wine and Herm Edwards Sounds Off On Video Games

North Carolina became the latest state to legalize beer and wine sales at on-campus athletic events yesterday. The North Carolina Senate voted to allow schools the option to determine whether or not they wished to sell alcohol, and the bill is expected to be signed into law by Governor Roy Cooper soon. Proponents have said that they aim to lessen …

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