Mark Campbell, who played on Michigan's 1997 national championship football team and in the NFL, was not prepared for what COVID-19 could do to him
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Kaleb Corwell racked up more than 1,100 yards in a multi-dimensional role for Eastern York last fall.
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One of the most interesting polls happened to come from Tigernet's Clemson March Madness Edition where Clemson football analysts made an intriguing vote. C...
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Texas State football has seen another player enter the NCAA transfer databae, with defensive back Josh Newman plunging into the portal.
by: Stephen Bailey | firstname.lastname@example.org — Syracuse 34m
Despite the college football world being temporarily shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, one major sportsbook in Las Vegas has released early 2020 win totals.
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The fifth-year senior center started 16 games at center the last two years but has also dealt with injuries.
by: Nick Wheatley — SB Nation: A Sea Of Blue 37m
Coach Cal has some big-time guests set to join him.
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Other than Michigan and Penn State, which conference foe is best position to challenge the Buckeyes in 2020?
by: Nick Suss, Mississippi Clarion Ledger — The Clarion-Ledger 40m
Lane Kiffin and the Ole Miss coaching staff have offered dozens of recruits for the Class of 2021. Here's a look at 34.
by: Connor Riley — Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Dawg Nation 44m
Georgia football last won the SEC in 2017. But the Bulldogs have represented the SEC East in each of the past three seasons. Under Kirby Smart, Georgia has ascended to being one of the top programs in the country, and oddsmakers continually view...
by: Douglas Farmer — NBC Sports: Inside the Irish 44m
Notre Dame used to worry about a lack of experience along the defensive interior. Now, Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa leads the way in dismissing such concerns.