Conrad Ukropina, Daniel Marx
Associated Press

Stanford loses FB Daniel Marx for the season to leg injury

Fullbacks are a dying breed in college football. So for those who appreciate when one of the sport’s finest positions is actually on the field (yours truly included), it’s tough when one goes down to injury. Especially just before his team’s biggest games of the season. Just ahead of a date with Notre Dame and […]

Mark Richt
Associated Press

Don’t ask Mark Richt about his job status

Mark Richt is deep in preparations for his 15th game against downstate rival Georgia Tech. He’s also closing in on the end of a hectic, disappointing regular season, one in which many questions about his job status have arisen. Combine those two facts and add in some uncomfortable questions and you get a feisty, possibly paranoid […]

Pharoh Cooper

Gamecocks WR Pharoh Cooper turning pro, says father

South Carolina wide receiver Pharoh Cooper will play his final collegiate game this Saturday against Clemson. The junior wide receiver will not return for his senior season in Columbia and will instead enter the 2016 NFL Draft, according to his father. “He definitely appreciates the opportunity to play for South Carolina, and we as parents […]

James Washington, Ryan Reid

Big 12 releases 2016 schedule; no byes for Texas, Texas Tech or Kansas

After seeing its conference co-champs left out of the College Football Playoff last season, the Big 12 arranged the schedule to showcase what were to be its biggest contests of the 2015 season toward the back of the schedule this fall. That may end up paying off for Oklahoma, Baylor or Oklahoma State. Next year […]

Tommy Armstrong Jr.

NCAA still undecided on 5-7 teams filling bowl vacancies

If there are bowl game vacancies to fill at the end of the season, it is still unknown if the NCAA will allow for 5-7 teams to be eligible to fill them. A decision on what to do to address possible bowl spots left unfilled is expected to be made next week by the NCAA […]

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