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Jimbo discusses Saban, 2017 opener vs. Tide

Jimbo discusses Saban, 2017 opener vs. Tide

Neither Alabama nor Florida State has publicly confirmed reports that the two football programs will square off a couple of years from now. That, though, hasn’t stopped one of the likely head coaches in the potentially epic 2017 opener from openly discussing the much-speculated-on matchup. Speaking in his hometown of Clarksburg, WV, Monday, Jimbo Fisher acknowledged…

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Mizzou’s Harold Brantley released from hospital

Injured in a Father’s Day car wreck, Missouri’s Harold Brantley was initially listed in serious condition with multiple injuries.  A day later, however, the defensive lineman was upgraded to good condition. A week after that?  He’s on the path toward going home. The Columbia Daily Tribune reported Tuesday afternoon that Brantley has been released from his…

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Report: UCLA coach shamed Diddy’s son over courtside seats

Just when you thought we had the UCLA/Puff Daddy drama in the rear-view, it comes back and bites you in the rear. First, a brief recap: hip-hop mogul Sean Combs was involved in an altercation with a UCLA assistant, strength coach Sal Alosi, in the Bruins football offices a week ago yesterday and was ultimately arrested on multiple felony charges.…

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Stepdad: Ole Miss’ Tunsil was with NFL agents at time of incident

A strange story involving Ole Miss’ Laremy Tunsil has taken yet another strange turn. Tunsil was arrested Friday and charged with domestic violence after he allegedly stepped into the middle of an argument involving his mother and stepfather Thursday, which led to the offensive lineman punching the latter.  The 53-year-old stepdad, Lindsey Miller, claimed in the notes taken by a…

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Randy Edsall lands three-year extension from Terps

A couple of years ago, it appeared that Randy Edsall might not make it to Year 3 at Maryland.  After a pair of (relatively) successful seasons, he now has some additional “job security.” In a press release, Maryland announced that Edsall has signed a three-year contract extension.  The new contract would technically keep Edsall with…

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Auburn, Oregon to open 2019 season at Cowboys stadium

Nearly a decade after their epic championship game battle, Auburn and Oregon are set to go at it again on a neutral field. On Twitter Tuesday, AU athletic director Jay Jacobs announced that his Tigers football program will open the 2019 season against the Ducks.  The game will be played at the home of the NFL’s…

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Suspended FSU QB charged with misdemeanor battery

A member of the Florida State football program officially has a legal issue with which to deal. ESPN.com‘s Mark Schlabach is reporting that De’Andre Johnson has been charged with misdemeanor battery by the state attorney’s office of Florida.  According to reports at the time, it’s alleged that an unidentified female — well, unidentified to everybody but…

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Minnesota, UCLA added to Fresno State’s future slates

Last week, Alabama confirmed reports of a future game with Fresno State. This week, the Left Coast FSU confirmed a couple of additional future games with Power Five programs. In a press release, Fresno announced that it has reached an agreement for a one-off game with UCLA. Additionally, an agreement has been reached for a…

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Court says LSU lawsuit vs. John Chavis will stay in Louisiana

Things may not be looking all that great for LSU in the headlines lately, but things certainly have gone slightly better in the courtroom. The victory came against former defensive coordinator John Chavis, in that the lawsuit filed by LSU against Chavis will continue while another legal battle between Chavis and Texas A&M is ongoing. “The court…

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Academic leaders question Oregon’s football budget

We all have come to a pretty general understanding that sports drives revenue for universities, with football bringing the most money into the university. No athletic program generates as much income as Oregon (thanks Nike!), but academic leaders in Eugene would like to see more of that money be put to academic uses. “Our administration…

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