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Following a DWI charge that resulted in a one-game suspension, Texas senior offensive lineman Kent Perkins offered a sobering apology.
If TCU manages to win the Big 12 this season, its timing will be bad as the conference’s “down” season would likely keep the Horned Frogs out of the College Football Playoff.
New Florida athletic director Scott Stricklin followed the Boy Scout code and left Mississippi State better than he found it.
Duke’s Grayson Allen understands that his role as college basketball’s most hated player is largely is own doing.
Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher blamed the advent of the College Football Playoff as the reason why Les Miles was fired. Mike DeCourcy of The Sporting News disagrees.
Explaining why college sports is not facing a financial bubble.
A former mayor of Omaha and a member of the Nebraska board of regents believes that three Cornhuskers who kneeled during Saturday’s national anthem should be kicked off the team.
Jon Solomon of CBSSports.com takes a look at seven things we learned during the first month of the season.
Georgia’s streak-busting victory over Tennessee in 2000 … or the night they tore those hedges down.