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How will the selection committee judge the outcome of the Spartans game at Oregon? It will probably determine if we keep getting these great non-conference college football games.
Just when it seemed like Jameis Winston and the Seminoles could put the sexual assault investigation behind them and focus on the 2014 season, the university steps in. According to ESPN, Florida State is conducting it’s own investigation to
Typically, when we speak about the Florida Gators, we talk about adversity and challenges that they’ve faced recently. It’s been a struggle for them to figure out who they are under coach Will Muschamp, which is why we can
It’s week two of college football play and the top 25 teams are in full gear. Who will you be watching? From No. 2 Alabama, down to No. 24 Missouri, here are the games to watch this weekend. Saturday
The USF football program will continue its trend of strong non-conference scheduling as USF Director of Athletics Mark Harlan announced a home-and-home series with Syracuse University beginning next season. The Bulls renewed series with the Orange, a BIG EAST Conference
The Hurricanes looked to get some revenge against the Cardinals Monday night for the embarrassing 36-9 loss in last season’s Russell Athletic Bowl, and did just about everything but that. Miami came into the game with high expectations returning
In Tuck's Top 25, the SEC dominates scoring huge victories and giving them 3 of the 4 playoff spots.
Labor Day 2014 is fairly quiet in terms of strife between players and owners in Major League Baseball, the National Football League, the National Basketball Association, the National Hockey League and Major League Soccer in the United States and
The Florida State Seminoles (1-0, 0-0 ACC) may have provided more questions than answers with Saturday’s 37-31 victory over the Oklahoma State Cowboys (0-1, 0-0 Big 12), but they did provide more than ample answers to the questions posed
The season opener in Gainesville may have been suspended due to rain but aside from the game, the players who were once suspended, aren’t anymore. It seems that, according to College Football Talk, coach Will Muschamp has announced that