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LSU football's 3 biggest storylines with 3 weeks until spring practice begins – SECcountry.com

LSU football is in the news every day, and the Bayou Bengal Briefing is here to keep you updated with the latest headlines five mornings a week. Join us every Monday through Friday for the biggest news on Tigers football, recruiting, baseball and more. Enjoy! LSU football: Spring is coming We’re officially three weeks away from the start […]

Child from 'The Blind Side' now works for Arkansas football – The News Tribune

His office is decorated with reminders of a childhood that inspired one of the most charming modern sports movies. There’s a Baltimore Ravens helmet, a Briarcrest Christian High School helmet, but perhaps surprisingly, no Ole Miss helmet. That’s because Sean “S.J.” Tuohy Jr., whose likeness was portrayed as the 11-year-old boy in “The Blind Side,” […]

Allow kids to play tackle football? It should be the parents' call, not government's – The San Diego Union-Tribune

My wife Teresa and I raised three sons. As children and adolescents, they were not allowed to play tackle football. I love football. I love my sons much, much more. Flag football, yes. Touch football, yes. Tackle football, no. There is no hypocrisy here. It’s called parenting. After they turned 18, they could have played […]

Notre Dame Football Spring Positional Overview: Wide Receivers – One Foot Down

Notre Dame Football Spring Positional Overview: Wide Receivers – One Foot Down

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish have already finished an early signing day, concluded their season with a bowl win over the LSU Tigers, and wrapped up the final signing day. Now, it’s time to begin the transition to Spring Football. To prepare for that, we’re going to take a look at the overview of each […]

South Carolina football: Gamecocks return crowded stable of running backs – SECcountry.com

There are a whole bunch of running backs returning to the South Carolina football team in 2018. And the Gamecocks signed two more in December. A couple of players at the position continue to recover from injuries that will reduce the number of healthy options this spring. Neither of the two, however, are among the […]

Former Michigan football player Sam McGuffie debuts at Winter Olympics – Detroit Free Press

Former Michigan football player Sam McGuffie debuts at Winter Olympics – Detroit Free Press

Team USA’s Sam McGuffie, who started his college football career at Michigan, will participate in bobsleigh competitions at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. McGuffie finished his college career at Rice.(Photo: Alex Pantling, Getty Images) PYEONGCHANG, South Korea — Somebody held up a Michigan flag in the front row of the stands, as […]

2018 Winter Olympics: 'Football players are really bobsledders' – USA TODAY

Paul Myerberg  |  USA TODAY Sports PYEONGCHANG, South Korea — Before he was a bobsledder, Curt Tomasevicz was a football player. He’d even held dreams of reaching the NFL while a reserve middle linebacker at Nebraska, where he lettered four times in early 2000s, but injuries led to a recalibration: Tomasevicz instead left the university […]

College football attendance dips, but Purdue gets Brohm bump – WTHR

Buoyed by turnaround season, Purdue bucked a trend in college football by increasing attendance by more 13,000 fans per game in 2017 — and, in the process, banked an extra $2.5 million in revenue compared to 2016. Attendance at the FBS level was down overall last season by 1,409 fans per game, according to NCAA […]

Elite 2020 athlete Jadarius McKnight commits to Florida State football – Tomahawk Nation

FSU’s 2018 recruiting class was salvaged late in the process. The 2019 group already boasts some elite playmakers. And on Saturday, the Seminoles’ 2020 class got off to an impressive start as well, gaining a verbal commitment from premier athlete Jadarius McKnight. McKnight (6’0, 195) committed to the ’Noles after attending Saturday’s Junior Day in […]

New Holy Cross football coach Bob Chesney finally 'coming up for air' – Worcester Telegram

By Jennfier TolandTelegram & Gazette Staff WORCESTER — Since being named Holy Cross football coach in mid-December, Bob Chesney has barely had a breather. Assembling a staff, recruiting, recruiting and more recruiting, traveling to HC alumni events, moving into the team’s new offices in the Luth Athletic Complex, reviewing the playbook, evaluating returning players and […]

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