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Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez is not a fan of the Big Ten Conference scheduling that has the Badgers facing a challenging run of games.
Colorado State’s Hayden Hunt is one of the best punters in the nation and he’s a political science major considering law school and a career as an attorney specializing in water rights issues.
After transferring from Texas A&M, Kenny Hill is in the process of resurrecting his career as TCU’s starting quarterback.
Vahe Gregorian of the Kansas City Star provides some great insight on Kansas basketball coach Bill Self and what he does to stay grounded away from the sport.
You need to click on this story to find out about Boise State defensive lineman Ben Moa, who has one of the best nicknames in college football.
Clemson is next up to try and answer the question of “how do you stop Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson?”
Making an on-field protest during the national anthem isn’t easy in college football.
For some Notre Dame players – and one in particular – the firing of defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder was personal.
Houston’s success in football proves that money isn’t everything.