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Michigan’s Jabrill Peppers is one of college football’s most versatile players and the sport has been good to him as a release and as an escape.
NJ.com columnist Steve Politi writes that Greg Schiano is better off at Ohio State as defensive coordinator and Rutgers is better off without Schiano.
If you want a look at the Kansas men’s basketball $12 million (yeah, that’s $12 million) dorm McCarthy Hall, here’s a video tour hosted by Jayhawks DeVonte’ Graham and Landen Lucas.
Former Boise State coach Chris Petersen appears to have found a home in Washington, which will play Stanford in a top 10 showdown Saturday.
Justin Crawford, West Virginia’s leading rusher, was the NJCAA offensive player of the year last season and he’s not afraid to work – literally.
An independent review is highly critical of the University of North Texas’ athletic facilities and budget.
With the revived football program resuming play next season, a bold UAB booster actually called Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby to push the school as an expansion candidate.
Auburn coach Gus Malzahn gave up play calling duties and several SEC coaches discussed the difficulties in being the head coach and the offensive coordinator.
Nebraska’s football program has evolved into one that allows players to speak their minds.