With 100 days until the 2015 college football season kicks off on Thursday, Sept. 3, Chip Patterson breaks down the top stories, names and games you need to know.
Report: Bringing back football, bowling and rifle could help UAB capitalize off interest. Initial assumptions about staying in C-USA were flawed.
Supporters say they have raised $6 million in pledges. City of Birmingham pledged to double its pledge and student government supports raising student fees if football, bowling and rifle are reinstated.
The UAB Athletics Assessment Task Force has raised $6 million in pledges for the football program.
J.J. Nelson, who ran the fastest 40-yard dash at the 2015 NFL combine, may be the last player ever drafted out of UAB.
Conference USA has communicated to UAB that the league won't change the football requirement necessary to be a member in the league.
UAB linebacker Derek Slaughter wore his helmet during his graduation ceremony as a form of peaceful protest.
Consulting firm that got hired and fired by UAB produces 156-page report through funding by UAB football boosters.
Alabama was considering ending football at UAB, among other options, well before it formally came to an end in 2014.
UAB played an alumni flag football game Saturday as its spring game. You try telling the former Blazers who showed up that it meant nothing.

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