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Louisville’s rise in the Atlantic Coast Conference proves that schools outside the Power Five have the potential to grow if they get the chance.
Mississippi State made the controversial decision to allow 5-star defensive lineman Jeffrey Simmons to enroll; thus far, his performance on the field has been outstanding.
Gordon Monson of the Salt Lake Tribune explains how BYU can make the changes that could earn an invitation to the Big 12 Conference.
Even if Michigan rolls to a big win over Penn State, David Jones of PennLive.com doubts that Urban Meyer or Mark Dantonio are worried about the Wolverines’ rise.
Auburn’s Gus Malzahn and LSU’s Les Miles – two coaches with uncertain job security – meet Saturday in a key SEC game.
Lengthy games – some lasting up to four hours – is drawing attention to a potential problem in college football.
If you enjoy the work of FOX college football analyst Joel Klatt, this story about his background should be of interest to you.
Texas A&M, which takes on Arkansas at AT&T Stadium Saturday night, hopes that an improved defense will help maintain its hot start.
Former Utah defensive lineman Stevie Tu’ikolovatu, now on USC’s team, spent part of last summer living in his car.