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Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield motivates himself by collecting any and all slights and adding them to the chip on his shoulder.
Louisville defensive end Devonte Fields might be a familiar name; he started his career at TCU and was the freshman defensive player of the year in 2012.
An in-depth look at the recent quarterback problems at LSU.
Louisville sophomore quarterback Lamar Jackson has improved his grasp of the offense after being a one-read-and-run QB as a freshman.
Great perspective here on why Matt Campbell’s task of changing the Iowa State culture of losing is so challenging.
Missouri’s football recruiting is trying to overcome the perception left by last year’s campus unrest.
An oral history of “That damn game” – Colorado’s first trip to Ann Arbor that resulted in “The Miracle at Michigan.”
Former Arizona defensive end Makani Kema-Kaleiwahea, now a starter for Hawaii, returns to Tucson after a tumultuous few years.
Michigan State’s Malik McDowell is nicknamed “Gumby,” which doesn’t seem to fit for an outstanding defensive tackle.
Nothing like a good “what if” story. As in, “what if Penn State had joined the Big East Conference?”
Florida Atlantic linebacker Azeez Al-Shaair, whose family was left homeless after a fire four years ago, takes nothing for granted.