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While we wait on the Big 12 meeting next Monday about expansion, the American Athletic Conference is pondering how it can move up and become one of the power conferences.
San Diego State offensive lineman Antonio Rosales is a member of the Tohono O’odham Nation and grew up on the San Xavier Indian Reservation near Tucson, Ariz.
His father staged a famous walkout protest during a game and Georgetown coach John Thompson III says the Hoyas won’t shy away from any national anthem protests.
You’ve probably noticed there has been a rise in extra points being blocked; here’s some background into why.
It’s hard to beat an insider story and Jesse Temple of ESPN.com was granted access to sit in and write about how Wisconsin’s defensive backs are preparing for Saturday’s game with Ohio State.
The Pac-12 Network’s distribution problems continue to be an issue for its member schools and their fan bases.
North Carolina’s upset of Miami in 2004 changed the course of both programs.
Kansas freshman Josh Jackson is not backing away from the high expectations he and the Jayhawks will be facing this season.