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This continues to be one of the greatest feel-good stories of the season – the friendship between Florida State wide receiver Travis Rudolph and an 11-year-old autistic boy.
Those who watched the Notre Dame-Texas game had to be impressed with Irish quarterback DeShone Kizer, who in 2013 was evaluated as No. 17 of 18 quarterbacks at the Elite 11 competition.
Texas defensive tackle Paul Boyette has a number of athletes in his family tree … and he married an athlete, former Longhorn and WNBA first-round pick Imani Boyette.
This story confirms what most of us have suspected – in college football, the rich get richer and the cash-poor schools struggle.
When Minnesota coach Tracy Claeys went for two with a seven-point lead late in the season opener, was it genius-level crazy … or just crazy?
The Big Ten Conference is shifting the video content strategy of its successful network to an emphasis on team-specific reports.
Playing a freshman quarterback has typically been a desperate move and rarely one made by a top program. So why did rookie QBs flourish in the season openers for Alabama, Texas and Florida State?
After just one week, why not discuss the College Football Playoff doomsday scenarios for the Power Five conferences?