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With the Army-Navy game taking place after conference championships, the College Football Playoff is considering how to still include the teams in its final rankings.
UAB football will rise again -- at some point -- and it's resurrection looks to have been caused by the very man who sentenced it to death.
Braxton Miller's decision was not our choice. He's staying at Ohio State for his final year of collegiate eligibility.
Offensive guru Jim McElwain was hired to fix Florida football. Not an easy task, yet the pressure for success may land more on Gators AD Jeremy Foley than the new football coach.
Walter Byers -- the NCAA's first executive director credited with much of what we see today in college sports -- has died at 93.
The ongoing satellite camp controversy continued Wednesday. The SEC wants to ban them, but if they aren't commissioner Mike Slive says his coaches will be all over the country.
In a conversation with, Nick Saban said he is 'anxious to get back to the team being the most important thing' about Alabama football.
Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity wants the SEC to take a moral stand. Will the rest of the league back him up?
As mistreatment claims shatter Tim Beckman's reputation, the situation at Illinois shines the light on the fading coach-as-dictator mentality.
Jim Harbaugh once again causes a stir in the recruiting world by announcing the "Ann Arbor Aerial Assault", a star-studded quarterback camp. Instructors include Jamies Winston and Colin Kaepernick.

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