Category: CFB

California Law: Fair Pay to Play Act Signed, College Athletes Will Be Paid Starting in 2023

Today, the State of California’s Governor, Gavin Newsom, signed into law the Fair Pay to Play Act which will allow California college athletes to legally begin earning money by means of selling the rights to their name, image or likeness to outside bidders without facing penalties from their respective school.  The legislation will certainly change

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Heisman Watch: LSU QB Burrow Finally Breaks Out After 3 Years On Ohio State’s Bench

This past spring, LSU implemented a new “wide-open” offense. In seasons past, the Tigers built their identity as a program off of their power-run game and hard-nosed defense. For a long time, the plan worked and LSU became a national powerhouse in college football. However, in the past few seasons, the offense always seemed to

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Houston Seniors Redshirt After 4 Games: Program Gambles and Players Take Wheel

Dana Holgorsen’s first season as head coach of the University of Houston hasn’t gotten off to the best start. Currently, his team sits at 1-3. After being a third-of-the-way into a season, starting quarterback D’eriq King has made the decision to sit out the rest of the season and claim his redshirt in order to

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Buy Or Sell: Urban Meyer To USC?

To live and die in LA? This is a dilemma legendary college football figure Urban Meyer may soon be facing. Last Friday, the former Ohio State coach visited Los Angeles’ Memorial Coliseum as part of FOX’s College Football Pregame for the Trojans matchup hosting 10th ranked Utah.  USC defeated the Utes 30-23. However, the big

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Michigan Outclassed By Wisconsin, Lose 35-14 On The Road

It’s taken five years for Head Coach Jim Harbaugh and the University of Michigan football program to come to grips with the ugly truth everyone outside of Ann Arbor already knows. The once proud and tradition-rich program has stumbled into a state of mediocrity, and has been living in denial with the belief that they

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Notre Dame Stalls in 2nd Half vs. Georgia: Penalties and Turnovers Prove Costly in 23-17 Loss

For one half of football it seemed that the Notre Dame Fighting Irish were finally ascending to the upper-echelon of the college football. For a few years, the tradition-heavy football team has been banging on the door and trying to gain notoriety as one of college football’s “blue blood” programs only to fall short against

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Bearded Weekend Pick Ems’

Tulsa @ #18 Michigan State – 23.5 o47.5 Friday 7:00PM FS1 Last season the Spartans were ranked No. 1 in the country against the run and are returning two standouts, Kenny Willekes and Raequan Williams on their defensive line. There is cause for concern on offense, as MSU only scored 32 points in their final

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Clemson Dominates Ga. Tech 52-14: Etienne Makes Statement In Debut

The Clemson Tigers hosted the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets on Thursday night as a 36.5 point favorite in their home opener. Ranked as the number one team in the country, the Tigers managed to cover the spread behind an electrifying debut from running-back Travis Etienne. Etienne, last year’s Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Year,

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