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Tom Fornelli and Chip Patterson preview year two of the Charlie Strong era on the Eye On College Football Podcast.
In a surprising move, Vanderbilt announced Friday that quarterback Patton Robinette, the team's likely 2014 starter, has retired from football over injury concerns.
Judging by the Twitter account of receivers coach Zach Smith, Ohio State has received its new national championship rings.
Tennessee right tackle Coleman Thomas was arrested Wednesday and charged with stealing an XBox and multiple games from a campus dorm room.
Since UAB dropped football, former AD Brian Mackin has not commented publicly. There's a reason why: $234,750 in payments over 9 months and a lengthy confidentiality clause.
Hugh Freeze will drive the pace car Talladega Superspeedway for the GEICO 500 in May.
The NCAA released a statement of concern on Thursday after Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed the 'religious freedom' law, which allows businesses to turn away homosexual customers.
Michigan's Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan coaching staff will be guests at football camps all over the country this summer.
Robert Griffin III is in a contract year -- unless the Redskins pick up his fifth-year option -- and coach Jay Gruden continues a tough-love view of the QB situation in Washington. Could potential second-rounder Garrett Grayson be Gruden's next project? Jon Gruden endorses the Colorado State quarterback.
Michigan tight ends coach Jay Harbaugh sent a letter to a recruit's girlfriend.
Jim Harbaugh can be an odd bird -- just search YouTube and Twitter. But as Coach Quirk tries to bring new life to Michigan, he's keeping a surprisingly low profile.
Florida running back Adam Lane says pooping his pants during Florida's bowl game was "the best thing that could have happened."
Ohio State's meeting room features a calendar with dates for the Orange Bowl, Cotton Bowl and the national title game.
Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly continues to thwart rumors he will do whatever it takes to land Marcus Mariota, saying he won't 'gut' the roster to trade up for his former pupil.
TCU has schedule a home-and-home with Colorado for 2022 and 2023 along with a home-and-home with Stanford for 2024 and 2027.
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