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Arizona State’s Tim White is a two-sport (football and track) star who has overcome being homeless. Bleacher Report’s Adam Kramer tells White’s story.
If it’s not Gary Patterson vs. Art Briles, the Baylor-TCU rivalry just doesn’t seem the same. Via Carlos Mendez, Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Interesting concept and execution here by Jesse Newell of the Kansas City Star. He goes crystal ball to predict what the Kansas basketball program will look like … in 2026.
College football games are taking longer to play, averaging nearly three and a half hours this season. Barry Horn of the Dallas Morning News assesses the issue.
Wisconsin’s Troy Fumagali is an outstanding tight end even though he’s lived most of his life with just nine fingers. ESPN staff writer Jesse Temple explains.
The NCAA is considering rule changes that would bring major overhauls to the college football recruiting calendar. Dan Wolken of USA Today reports on why so many coaches oppose the new rules.
Sean Touhy Jr., the “little brother” in “The Blind Side” movie, is at SMU as a walk on for the football team. Via Tom Schad of the Memphis Commercial Appeal.