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Op-Ed: American universities have a value problem

When something is essential, can it really be regulated by the free market? The demands and pace of change in the modern economy mean that decent-paying jobs require ever more skills, knowledge, and training to be filled.

Watch the most incredible college football play of the year

Get comfortable and watch the shocking game-winning touchdown everyone is talking about now. Tied 16-16, Georgia Tech blocked a last-second FG attempt by FSU, scooped up the loose ball and scored a touchdown to win the battle.

Op-Ed: NFL expansion: Is a 'new' team the way to go?

As the NFL season looms fans get ready to cheer on their home team. With rumor winds blowing harder than ever about an NFL return to LA, expansion of the league is a hot topic going into the 2015 season.

Op-Ed: The Hall of Fame Game: Everything it isn't cracked up to be

The wait is over and football is on the horizon with fall weather to follow. Fans now look to the start of the NFL season. This comes in the way of the Hall of Fame Game, but is this game doing enough for what it represents?

University of Miami and Adidas reveal new football uniforms

Adidas has teamed up with the University of Miami to design the Hurricanes new football uniforms just in time for the 2015 season.

Op-Ed: The Arena Football League, why not?

In this time of year it seems people are always craving to fill the whole the end of the football season leaves. For many, the solution has been around for decades, the Arena Football League.

Op-Ed: NFL combine not just for rookies anymore

The NFL off season is here, and fans all around will look for something to fill the void. One part of this is the NFL Scouting Combine, designed specifically for those just removed from the college game isn't the only combine in town any more.

Op-Ed: Trent Richardson — Biggest bust ever

It is fair to say that 2012 3rd overall pick Trent Richardson is a bust. Going a step further, he is the biggest draft bust ever. So move over Ryan Leaf, and JaMarcus Russell and feel better when you look back at your own less than magical careers.

Op-Ed: Inside the great Peyton Manning

With the Super Bowl right around the corner it seems only natural, as two teams get set to see who is the best in the world, we consider greatness and what constitutes it, and who truly has it.

Op-Ed: Is this the college football playoff we've been asking for?

Well, it finally happened. The first ever College Football Playoff National Champion has been crowned, The Ohio State Buckeyes. As a member of Buckeye Nation I could not have been more excited, but I can't help but wonder, "Is this the playoff we wanted?"

Op-Ed: Seattle, New England to meet in Arizona — Super Bowl XLIX

The Seahawks and Patriots meet in Arizona to decide who will be crowned Super Bowl 49 Champion. Tom Brady looks for his fourth world championship in his sixth trip to the big show while the Seahawks try to remain champs for at least one more year.

Op-Ed: The Buckeyes draw close

Now that the college football post-season has wrapped up and a new champion has been crowned we can take a look at 2014 as a season of change. The playoffs brought this, but a change in power also took shape.

Op-Ed: NFL playoffs seeds — Time for change

It's that time again for football fans, a time when we all wonder, “Who will be in the Super Bowl?” As the NFL is in the thick of the playoffs the criteria to get the chance to play for the Lombardi Trophy should be discussed.

Op-Ed: OSU in CFB Playoff still doesn't qualify B1G as elite conference

Columbus - Believe me when I tell you that I'm as joyful as any other member of Buckeye nation as we all start to come down from the collective euphoria of having been picked for the College Football Playoff.

Op-Ed: A closer look at the autograph drama surrounding NCAA Football

The recent investigations of Todd Gurley and Jameis Winston have the potential to shake up the college football playoff picture. Both stars are being investigated for allegedly taking money for their autographs, but this violation will be hard to prove.

Op-Ed: Why Collegiate and American views on sexual assault are wrong

We have a very clear and present crisis in our country. Both the way we share information on sexual assaults and how we prosecute them are completely wrong.

South Carolina too strong, defeats Tar Heels 27-10

Columbia - Big things are expected from South Carolina in the 2013 college football season and they didn't disappoint as they opened the season with a solid 27-10 victory over North Carolina.

College Football: Notre Dame shows off new uniforms

South Bend - Notre Dame has released information on their new uniform and helmet design in the Shamrock Series. These new duds will be worn just once this season, October 5 against Arizona State, in a game played at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

College Football Rankings: Alabama tops preseason poll

The 2013 college football season gets started at the end of the month, but the first top 25 poll was released by the USA Today this week and Alabama topped the list as the best team in the country.

University of Michigan football fans named the 'Most Engaged'

Ann Arbor - It may come as a surprise to many that the three time champions, the Alabama Crimson Tide, do not, according to a new study, have the most engaged fan base.

UNA football player kicked off team for racist Obama Tweet

Florence - A third string, walk-on snapper at the University of North Alabama tweeted a racist comment about Pres. Barack Obama Sunday, resulting in his release from the football team.

Tulane football player suffers fractured spine, stops breathing

Tulsa - Devon Walker, a safety with the Tulane football team, fractured his spine when he and a teammate collided head on while attempting to make a tackle during a game against Tulsa.

Is The Honey Badger's Dismissal Indeed Permanent?

Baton Rouge - Sources say former LSU standout cornerback Tyrann Mathieu , better know as “Honey Badger”, is interested in sitting out this season, enrolling in classes and hoping for a return to the program in 2013, if it can be worked out with the school.”

BCS presidents approve four-team college playoff

ESPN is reporting that a 4-team college football playoff has been officially approved by a presidential oversight committee. It will start in 2014 and continue through the 2025 season.

American football, kids and head injuries

Washington - A US university has undertaken the first comprehensive study of children who play American football and the associated impacts to the children’s heads. The findings have led to a call for some reforms of the way in which the sport is organized.

TCU football players fail drug tests amid drug sting arrests

Fort Worth - In a story far too common in collegiate sports, TCU has now fallen victim to the arrest bug. A six-month long sting operation has yielded 18 arrests of TCU students, including four TCU football players.

Tebow wins 'presidential' poll; Rodgers takes MVP

A gametime tidbit to munch on mixes politics and sports, of sorts. As the NFL Awards were being handed out last night, a poll was making the rounds as well.

Op-Ed: The BCS System needs to go

Last night's BCS championship game between Alabama and LSU was a rematch of the most boring college football game in recent memory. The result: a 21-0 snoozefest win for Alabama. Last night's game is proof the BCS system needs to go.

Westboro Baptist Church to picket the Cotton Bowl

Dallas - The Westboro Baptist Church will continue their round of bowl game protests with an appearance scheduled for today at Cowboy Stadium where the Arkansas Razorbacks will take on the Kansas State Wildcats in the 76th AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic.

Former Penn State coach Joe Paterno falls, breaks pelvis

State College - Former Penn State coach Joe Paterno fractured his pelvis for a second time in a fall that occurred at his home. The 84-year-old was admitted to the hospital but will not need surgery.
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Located just 30 minutes north of Charlotte, NC the Catawba College Indians call Salisbury home.
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Located just 30 minutes north of Charlotte  NC the Catawba College Indians call Salisbury home.
Located just 30 minutes north of Charlotte, NC the Catawba College Indians call Salisbury home.
Located just 30 minutes north of Charlotte  NC the Catawba College Indians call Salisbury home.
Located just 30 minutes north of Charlotte, NC the Catawba College Indians call Salisbury home.
Located just 30 minutes north of Charlotte  NC the Catawba College Indians call Salisbury home.
Located just 30 minutes north of Charlotte, NC the Catawba College Indians call Salisbury home.
Located just 30 minutes north of Charlotte  NC the Catawba College Indians call Salisbury home.
Located just 30 minutes north of Charlotte, NC the Catawba College Indians call Salisbury home.
Located just 30 minutes north of Charlotte  NC the Catawba College Indians call Salisbury home.
Located just 30 minutes north of Charlotte, NC the Catawba College Indians call Salisbury home.
Located just 30 minutes north of Charlotte  NC the Catawba College Indians call Salisbury home.
Located just 30 minutes north of Charlotte, NC the Catawba College Indians call Salisbury home.
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Located just 30 minutes north of Charlotte  NC the Catawba College Indians call Salisbury home.
Located just 30 minutes north of Charlotte, NC the Catawba College Indians call Salisbury home.
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Located just 30 minutes north of Charlotte  NC the Catawba College Indians call Salisbury home.
Located just 30 minutes north of Charlotte, NC the Catawba College Indians call Salisbury home.
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This is a picture taken at the conclusion of the 2006 Notre Dame vs Penn State game showing the helmet raising tradition after a Fighting Irish win.
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Emergency personnel load Devon Walker into an ambulance.
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Located just 30 minutes north of Charlotte  NC the Catawba College Indians call Salisbury home.
Located just 30 minutes north of Charlotte, NC the Catawba College Indians call Salisbury home.
Located just 30 minutes north of Charlotte  NC the Catawba College Indians call Salisbury home.
Located just 30 minutes north of Charlotte, NC the Catawba College Indians call Salisbury home.
Located just 30 minutes north of Charlotte  NC the Catawba College Indians call Salisbury home.
Located just 30 minutes north of Charlotte, NC the Catawba College Indians call Salisbury home.

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