The top something or other side-eye’s Clemson

Oct 11, 2014; Clemson, SC, USA; Clemson Tigers fans react during the second half against the Louisville Cardinals at Clemson Memorial Stadium. Tigers won 23-17. Mandatory Credit: Joshua S. Kelly-USA TODAY Sports

  After weeks of uncertainty surrounding the top teams in the nation, this week we are…still uncertain. That’ll happen when your top five(ish) generally struggles against lesser opponents, but still ends up in the win column anyway. But somebody’s gotta be there, right? So we’ll do all of the heavy lifting and figure that all out for you. Results and ...

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Steve Spurrier retires at South Carolina

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Steve Spurrier, a college football coaching legend, has retired from coaching. Spurrier, 70, was the coach of the South Carolina Gamecocks and previously the coach of the Florida Gators and Duke Blue Devils.  Spurrier holds a 228-89-2 all-time coaching record between three schools.  Spurrier will be remembered by many as a great football coach, life coach, mentor and friend. 31years ...

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Who should be USC’s next football coach?


USC has a head coaching vacancy with Steve Sarkisian’s contract being terminated on Monday.  USC is highly regarded as one of the best coaching jobs in college football.  Playing at the iconic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, the rich history of USC football, the Los Angeles lifestyle are all great reasons for high school football players to want to play at USC. ...

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USC fires Steve Sarkisian due to alcohol problems


USC has fired Steve Sarkisian on Monday after asking him to take a leave of absence from the program. #USC has terminated Steve Sarkisian’s contract — InsideUSC (@InsideUSC) October 12, 2015 USC athletic director Pat Haden addressed the media on Sunday to announce that Sarkisian would be taking a leave of absence to seek treatment for an alcohol problem.  Sarkisian ...

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Florida suspends QB Will Grier for failing PED Test


Florida Gators Quarterback Will Grier has been suspended for the rest of the season after testing positive for PED’s, coach Jim McElwain announced Monday. Grier tested positive for a performance-enhancing substance that was found in an over-the-counter drug, which is in violation with NCAA rules.  The NCAA requires a full calendar-year suspension, which means Grier wouldn’t be eligible to return ...

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Duke Williams’ dismissal: allegedly punched 4 people


  Former Auburn Tigers wide receiver Duke Williams was dismissed from the team on Monday, but no reason was given at the time. It turns out that he was dismissed for allegedly punching four people at an Auburn bar after a Tigers’ win over San Jose State on Saturday, is reporting. According to the witness, the incident was sparked ...

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Week 5 College Football Top 25

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SPORTSGLORY TOP 25 WEEK 5 1. Ohio State Buckeyes – Survive, and advance. Wins are wins.  It worked with FSU last year until the playoff. They squeaked past Indiana, of all teams, stay undefeated.  Ezekiel Elliot did his thing, and they continued to feed him the rock. Up next: Maryland 2. TCU Horned Frogs –  That may have been the single ...

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Week 5 Heisman Race


  1. Leonard Fournette, RB LSU (holding pattern) The unanimous leader at this point. Fournette has been unstoppable for the Tigers through this point in the season, becoming the first player in SEC history to rush for 200 yards in three consecutive games after racking up 233 and three touchdowns against Eastern Michigan. On the seaon, Fournette has 864 yards ...

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Early Predictions: Big 12 won’t make college playoff


  Things look pretty good for the Big 12 at this point in the season. They have three teams ranked in the top 10 in just about every relevant poll. Two of them are arguing over who is the most exciting in all of college football. All in all, a pretty good spot for the conference to be in. They ...

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The top something or other loves Utah


Hello, ladies and gentlemen. Some (okay, most) of you might not know me, but I’ve been putting digital words on digital paper for the NHL section here at Sports Glory for a little while now. At some point in time, I decided that writing about football would be an equally awful idea and thought “hey, that’ll make me more money!” ...

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