UCF’s George O’Leary resigns as football coach


UCF football coach George O’Leary has resigned as football coach. O’Leary, 69, entered the 2015 season as UCF’s athletic director and football coach.  Earlier this month, O’Leary stepped down as athletic director.  Sunday he resigns as football coach. George O’Leary has resigned as UCF’s football coach, a source told @ESPN — Brett McMurphy (@McMurphyESPN) October 25, 2015 Two years removed ...

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Florida Gators host 216 students for Kicker tryouts


Florida Gators’ coach Jim McElwain hosted 216 students for kicker tryouts after the Gators’ kicker suffered an injury in last week’s loss to LSU. The Gators are in search for a walk-on kicker due to both kickers, Austin Hardin and Jorge Powell, battling leg injuries.  Students who are enrolled with a minimum of 12 credit hours are allowed to try out.  This isn’t ...

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The top something or other Bear-ly changes


  After weeks of uncertainty surrounding the top teams in the nation, this week we are a little closer to certainty and the race to the playoff is looking a little clearer. Michigan took themselves out of the race in spectacularly Michigan fashion (more on that later) while Florida snapped back to reality (oops, there goes gravity). Reminder: results and ...

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Rams coach Jeff Fisher not interested in USC job

Jeff Fisher

St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher’s name has come up as a potential candidate for the USC head coaching job, but Fisher squashed any hope of becoming the next Trojans coach. Fisher’s name came up on ESPN’s College Gameday when Lee Corso said that Fisher should be at the top of USC’s wish list for the head coaching position. ...

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Pete Carroll doesn’t want to coach at USC

Pete Carroll

Pete Carroll squashed rumors that he was interested in USC’s head coaching job, according to an interview on Sportsradio KJR 950. “I love USC, it’s a great place.  But [returning]’s not happening,” Carroll said in his interview. “I love USC, its a great place. But that’s not happening.”- Carroll on rumors he’s interested in USC job. — Dave Softy Mahler ...

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Virginia Tech to start Michael Brewer against Duke


Virginia Tech announced they will start senior Quarterback Michael Brewer against the Duke Blue Devils on Saturday. Brewer suffered a broken collarbone in the third quarter against Ohio State in the season opener.  Brewer relieved Brendan Motley in Virginia Tech’s 30-20 loss to Miami on Saturday.  Brewer started every game in 2014 for the Hokies after transferring from Texas Tech. ...

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Ohio State should start J.T. Barrett at QB

Ohio State

Ohio State has one of the most talented teams in the country, and they are also the defending national champions, however the Buckeyes have a controversy as to who should start at quarterback.  Cardale Jones came on strong to win the Big Ten Championship and both College Football Playoff games to lead Ohio State to a national championship.  J.T. Barrett ...

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Bandwagon fans have the right idea


  In the hierarchy of sports fandom no-no’s, being a bandwagon or fair-weather fan may be at the top of the list. Those who simply latch onto the most successful teams are often viewed as the scum of the Earth, less-thans who don’t deserve to root for anyone let alone watch the same sport that die-hard fans do. But maybe, ...

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Michigan State is the team to beat in the Big 10

Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio, in white, leads his team, including players Trenton Robinson (39), B.J. Cunningham (3) and Joel Foreman (67), onto the field before an NCAA college football game against Youngstown State, Friday, Sept. 2, 2011, in East Lansing, Mich. Michigan State won 28-6. (AP Photo/Al Goldis)

Michigan State has proven that they are the team to beat in the Big 10 after a shocking 27-23 win over Michigan on Saturday.  The Spartans have found ways to win their last three games by one possession after handling their first four opponents.  It’s not getting any easier for the Spartans going forward, but their experience and resilience has ...

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College Football’s Five must-watch games for Week Seven

Jim Harbaugh

The college football season has seen upsets, hail mary’s, late comebacks and remarkable plays.  It’s now the heart of the conference schedules for most teams which brings some of the greatest rivalries with it.  College Football Playoff implications are on the line this week and there are five games that every college football fan needs to keep an eye on. ...

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