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PAC 12 Football: Stanford leads power rankings after week four

Seattle - Despite the demise of USC, the PAC 12 is doing just fine with four teams undefeated after four weeks of action and two schools knocking on the door of the NCAA Football playoffs.

Big 12 Football: Power rankings and standings after week one

Dallas - The third ranked Oklahoma Sooners where supposed to be the team from the Big 12 that could possibly earn a spot in the NCAA Football Playoffs, but a loss to Houston on Saturday hurt the program and the conference.

NCAA Football: Bowl schedule set with several intriguing games

The College Football Playoffs are set with the top four teams in the nation set to play for a National Championship, but with so many good teams taking the field this year, it could be the best year for Bowl games in the history of the sport.

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?

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: 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: 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.

Duquesne falls to Bryant in closely matched contest Special

Pittsburgh - In what started and remained as one of Duquesne's closest games of the season, the Dukes fell to the Bryant Bulldogs 20-17, Saturday at Rooney Field in Pittsburgh.

Georgia's Todd Gurley suspended indefinitely

Georgia running back Todd Gurley has established himself as the nation's leading Heisman contender, but a recent suspension could jeopardize his chances.

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.

Op-Ed: Manti Te’o’s house of cards on the verge of collapse

Notre Dame football star Manti Te'o admits he lied on national TV claiming his girlfriend had died. Te'o now says his 'girlfriend' was an online friend he had never met that he later learned was not dead. Te'o claims he's the victim of an internet scam.

Op-Ed: Can Alabama Coach Nick Saban be compared to 'Bear' Bryant?

In only six seasons Alabama football coach Nick Saban has set a new benchmark for excellence, defeating Notre Dame for his third National Championship in four years.

Big Ten imposes more sanctions against Penn State University

State College - After the NCAA handed down unprecedented penalties against Penn State Monday morning, The Big Ten Conference imposed its own sanctions for the university's handling of the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal.

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.

Arizona hires Rich Rodriguez as new head football coach

In an effort to turn its football program around, the University of Arizona has hired former Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez.

Joe Paterno Fired from Penn State

Long time Penn State University head football coach Joe Paterno has been fired. This stemmed from the sexual molestation charges filed against former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky.

Fiesta Bowl might get BCS boot

Amidst recent revelations of inappropriate behavior by former Fiesta Bowl president and CEO Jim Junker, the BCS might be in a position to break ties with the bowl.

Notre Dame fined in student's death

Notre Dame received word from the Indiana Occupational Health and Safety Health Administration that they were being fined as a result of the death of a student employee last year.

Bush to return his Heisman Trophy

One thing was made official today what people have wondered might happen since the NCAA levied its penalties on the University of Southern California. Reggie Bush announced he would return his Heisman Trophy.

NCAA Football is under way

The 2010 NCAA football season got underway officially Thursday with four games and one could have been considered an upset.

BYU bolting from Mountain West

After a busy spring and summer of forecasting changes to the landscape of college football and a couple of teams making changes BYU announced they are going to make one more change.

Op-Ed: Realigning US college football the real thing

The landscape of college football looked like it was on the verge of having a huge face-lift just a little over a week ago, but now the dust has settled and there were just a few changes.

Op-Ed: Colorado's move should start the Big 12 dominoes falling

It seems odd that after weeks spent wondering what Texas, Nebraska and Missouri were going to do regarding the Big 12 that it was Colorado that fired the first shot in the realignment wars.

Oregon dismisses Masoli

It was only a matter of months ago that Jeremiah Masoli was a national leading candidate for the Heisman Trophy, now he is no longer a member of the Oregon Ducks Football Program.

NCAA Football: Irish recruit dies in accident

A St. Xavier High School senior, one of the most sought after in this year's high school class died Friday evening while on spring break in Florida.

NCAA: Notre Dame's Kelly Learning the Recruiting Ropes

Brian Kelly is only about a month on the job as the Notre Dame head coach and he is having to figure out how much Charlie Weis promised to potential recruits.

College Football: Clemson Suspends Four at Music City Bowl

The Clemson Tigers have suspended four players for the Gaylord Music City Bowl. Coach Dabo Swinney cited curfew violations for the suspensions.
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