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Another thumbs-up recommendation from The Roundup: Ohio State coach Urban Meyer opens up about how the stress of coaching at Florida wrecked him mentally and physically.
This week’s Bottom Ten has several teams from a Power Five conference.
Mike DeCourcy of The Sporting News points out the absurdities of North Carolina’s “bathroom law” that cost the state NCAA hosting privileges.
Louisville’s Lamar Jackson is accustomed to hurdling tacklers and doubters.
Notre Dame quarterback DeShone Kizer was a three-sport star in high school and that versatility has helped him in college.
Wisconsin guard Bronson Koenig, one of just a handful of college basketball players of native descent, plans to join the pipeline protesters in North Dakota this weekend.
The father of Oklahoma offensive tackle Orlando Brown Jr. played in the NFL and was nicknamed Zeus; his life lessons are being followed by his son.
Northwestern’s 0-2 start is an indication that winning 10 games last season was an aberration.
The “Joe Tess Effect” – ESPN announcer Joe Tessitore seemingly always working great games – is not a myth.
Lee Barfknecht of the Omaha World-Herald explains why Jim Harbaugh’s approach and style works at Michigan.