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    Rutgers News: Scarlet Knights Have New Stadium Sponsor

    The Rutgers Scarlet Knights announced a new stadium naming-rights deal on Friday, and it is sure to lead to plenty of humor and derision over the next seven years. The university announced that it had come to terms with IT provider SHI International, and the stadium would be henceforth known as SHI Stadium. SHI Stadium […] More

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    NCAAF News: Jackie Sherrill Settles Lawsuit With NCAA

    After nearly 15 years, Jackie Sherrill and the NCAA have finally come to terms in the court room. Sherrill filed a lawsuit against the NCAA in December 2004, alleging that the powerful organization that oversees college athletics damaged his reputation and conspired to keep him out of coaching. It took a long time for this […] More

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    Nebraska News: Scott Frost Hypes Up Adrian Martinez

    Despite a 4-8 season in 2018, there is plenty of optimism surrounding Scott Frost’s second year at the helm of the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Many are calling for Frost and Nebraska to have a very successful 2019, and the Huskers are seen as a contender for the Big Ten West title this season. A lot of […] More

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    NCAAF News: Jim Harbaugh Critical of Urban Meyer

    Neither Jim Harbaugh or Urban Meyer are strangers to controversy. Harbaugh has never been one to shy away from making statements, while Meyer has been a lightning rod for critics over the last 15 years. It comes as little surprise then that just before the start of Big Ten Media Days, Harbaugh had some verbal […] More

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    NCAAF News: ‘Horns Down’ OK … In Some Circumstances

    It’s been a hot topic since West Virginia beat Texas 42-41 in Austin last November. Should the ‘Horns Down’ hand signal be penalized? Everyone’s favorite way to taunt Texas has led to some controversy regarding whether it should be flagged, and Big 12 Coordinator of Officials Greg Burks commented on it’s use as a celebration […] More

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    NCAAF News: Ryan Leaf Hired as ESPN analyst

    Ryan Leaf is back. It was reported on Sunday that Leaf was hired by ESPN as a color analyst for the upcoming college football season. The last two decades have been a wild ride for Leaf, and his remarkable comeback story will serve as an inspiration to many people. ESPN has hired Ryan Leaf as […] More

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    NCAAF News: ACC Cuts New Bowl Deals Starting in 2020

    The ACC announced some new bowl affiliations, starting in the 2020 season. The conference will be cutting ties with the Quick Lane Bowl based at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan and the Independence Bowl based at Independence Stadium in Shreveport, Louisiana at the end of this season. In place of those two bowls, the ACC […] More

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    NCAAF News: UCF Loses Another QB to Injury

    The UCF Knights have been the best Group of Five team in the nation for two straight seasons, but they are facing an uphill battle to make it three in a row in 2019. A tough task was made even more difficult when it was reported that quarterback Darriel Mack Jr. suffered a broken ankle […] More

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