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Tuck & O’Neill Online : The Best College Football Conferences

As we draw near to college football season, Tuck & O’Neill discuss the best conferences in the NCAA. Who will take first place for the best conference? The SEC or the Pac 12? Surprisingly not much debate between the


Tuck: College Football Doesn’t Care About Players

Stipends. Safety. Education. Don't believe them. It is, and always had been about making money for these guys.

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Big Ten Sending Teams To DFW For Bowls Through ’19

The Big Ten Conference will have a team in either the Heart of Dallas Bowl or the


Music City, Gator Bowls Partner With ACC, Big Ten

The Music City Bowl and Gator Bowl have teamed up to pick a school from the Big Ten Conference


USF and UCF in demand by the Super Conference’s

The University of South Florida and the University of Central Florida are now together in the American Athletic Conference. It may not be where either school wants to be right now but they have to make the best of

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Pinstripe Bowl strikes a new deal with Big Ten

The big news out of Yankee Stadium had nothing to do with baseball. Football was the topic of conversation as the New York Yankees and the New Era Pinstripe Bowl announced a partnership with the Big Ten Conference. The


‘No Doubt’ Maryland Can Compete In Big Ten

Maryland's football team is headed for a second straight losing season and now has gone 11 straight years without winning an Atlantic Coast Conference title.


Conference Realignment Revs Up Again

Just when it looked as if there would be peace, that the conferences were done realigning, the Big Ten struck another blow that will send shock waves across the country.


Maryland To Announce Move To Big Ten

The Big Ten Network tweeted that it will cover the school's news conference Monday afternoon to announce Maryland's decision to leave the Atlantic Coast Conference. It will become the 13th member of the Big Ten.


Big Ten Shows It Can Put Up The Points, Too

Ohio State scored 63 points last weekend, Michigan 44. After a paltry start, Penn State is pouring it on with 34 points or more in three of its last four games.