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Todd Gurley Doesn’t Need The NCAA

The University of Georgia has suspended their star running back, Todd Gurley, because he allegedly was paid $400.00 for signing autographs on eighty memorabilia items. This works out to a mere five dollars an item for a young man who […]

Todd Gurley Doesn’t Need The NCAA

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The University of Georgia has suspended their star running back, Todd Gurley, because he allegedly was paid $400.00 for signing autographs on eighty memorabilia items. This works out to a mere five dollars an item for a young man who […]

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Famous Jameis coverage part of the problem

Saturday evening's nationally televised college football game between the Clemson Tigers and Florida State Seminoles was a perfect example of our media adding to a growing problem. Florida State,

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I really wanted to dismiss Johnny Manziel as the top pick. I wanted to justify knocking him down a few rungs on the board because he’s a “running quarterback” and

UCLA vs. USC (or vise versa) the rivalry rolls on

Los Angeles is a very large city with an equally large number of local colleges and universities. Of all of those institutions of higher education only one major sports

Michigan State returns to the Rose Bowl and wins

After many years the Spartans of Michigan State are no longer anyone’s shadow. And for the first time in 26 years, they are Rose Bowl champions. Stanford (11-3) lost their

Victory Bell stays with UCLA

Al comienzo de la temporada el récord de 9-3 se veía muy bien y cualquier equipo de la universidad podria ser un buen candidato  para un prestigioso juego de

USC splits the uprights in the final 20 second to beat Stanford

Este sabado USC venció al noveno del BCS Stanford, 20-17, con la ayuda de un field goal  de Andre Heidari con 20 segundos del partido.  Stanford está ahora fuera de

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