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Arkansas spent the week preparing to face No. 1 Alabama in Fayetteville Saturday but Razorbacks’ coach Bret Bielema’s top priority was supporting center Frank Ragnow, whose father died of a heart attack last Saturday. Great reporting here by Andy Staples of SI.com’s Campus Rush.
Eastern Michigan’s football team, off to its best start in nearly two decades, also finds itself the center of hot-button topics society, education and economics.
The Oklahoma-Texas rivalry reached its peak of rancor and espionage 40 years ago.
Some of us remember when Fresno State was the dangerous and darling underdog that would take on and could beat college football heavyweights. That’s no longer the case.
Dave Zirin of The Nation writes that a radio station’s decision to not air Saturday’s East Carolina game after the school band’s National Anthem protest only serves to deepen the divide and backlash.
North Carolina quarterback Mitch Trubisky last threw an interception in a game on Nov. 29, 2014. His streak without throwing a pick is at 240 attempts.
This is the 100th anniversary of Georgia Tech 222, Cumberland 0. Oddly enough, that famous blowout is credited with how it might have saved the school that lost.
Shane Buechele understands and is prepared for the various pressures of being the freshman quarterback at Texas.