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Texas A&M fans are excited about recruiting, because obviously.
Major League Soccer announced Atlanta as its newest franchise on Wednesday.
The day after it was announced coach Todd Hoffner would return to Minnesota State-Mankato after being fired 11 months ago, the teams players boycotted practice.
The Georgia quarterback tore his ACL last November, but was back on the field at the Bulldogs pro day and reminded NFL teams of his ability as a passer.
The NCAA approved a new rule that will penalize a defense 15 yards for hitting a quarterback below the knees on passing plays.
Baylor coach Art Briles says he doesn't get hit on by the mothers of recruits like Kliff Kingsbury, saying "maybe their grandmothers."
Syracuse debuted its new football uniforms for the 2014 season Wednesday.
TCU quarterback Tyler Matthews is leaving Fort Worth.
Rising junior quarterback Jalen Whitlow has decided to transfer out of Kentucky, the school announced Wednesday.
The NCAA will never say it, but its language in de-mystifying pot shows it no longer views marijuana as the Devil's Weed.
The Aggie quarterback derby has been reduced by one as rising senior Matt Joeckel has elected to transfer.
A Wednesday New York Times report illustrated 'errors' on the part of both Florida State and the Tallahassee police in response to the rape accusation against Jameis Winston.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson provided a motivational speech to NC State players during their spring game.
The Orlando Sports Foundation announced the creation of the Cure Bowl, the 40th postseason college football game, which will is scheduled for Dec. 19, 2015 will feature a team from the Sun Belt and AAC.
The NCAA announced Tuesday it allows unlimited meals and snacks for players -- which is nice, but much more must be done.
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