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  • SEC Network to debut Thursday at 6 p.m. ET

    SEC Network to debut Thursday at 6 p.m. ET
      The wait is close to being over as college football fans will get their first look at the new SEC Network when it debuts Thursday at 6 p.m. ET. The 24-hour channel devoted to all things Southeastern Conference will mark the occasion in a three-...
  • College Football Playoff unveils selection committee protocol

    College Football Playoff unveils selection committee protocol
      With the college football season quickly closing in, members of the new College Football Playoff selection committee released expansive details of their operating protocol. The 13-members of the committee will begin meeting weekly for two days,...
  • Georgia LB Ramik Wilson is a senior to watch this season

    Georgia LB Ramik Wilson is a senior to watch this season
      A rash of injuries last season foiled Georgia’s quest to return to the SEC Championship Game for a third straight season. If the Bulldogs have hopes of making it back to Atlanta, they’ll need another big showing by Ramik Wilson and the...
  • Gators look to pick up the pace in Kurt Roper's up-tempo offense

    Gators look to pick up the pace in Kurt Roper's up-tempo offense
    G AINESVILLE – The Gators are ready to run as many plays as new offensive coordinator Kurt Roper can call. To prepare for Roper's up-tempo spread offense, UF's players put themselves through the paces during summer conditioning. "That’s...
  • UCLA football: Bruins ranked seventh in USA Today/Coaches' Poll

    UCLA football: Bruins ranked seventh in USA Today/Coaches' Poll
    UCLA will open the season as the seventh-ranked team, according to the USA Today/Coaches Poll. Florida State was ranked No. 1. The Bruins have not carried this high of a ranking into a season since 1998, when they were ranked sixth in the Associated...
  • UF's indefatigable Muschamp chomping at the bit as Gators' summer practices opened Monday

    UF's indefatigable Muschamp chomping at the bit as Gators' summer practices opened Monday
    GAINESVILLE — Gators coach Will Muschamp could not wait to officially put the nightmarish 2013 season to rest. The first day of preseason practices could not come quickly enough for him. Muschamp awoke at 3:35 a.m. Monday after getting to bed at...
  • Muschamp: Vernon Hargreaves III "a pro at what he does" and other thoughts on 2014 Gators

    Muschamp: Vernon Hargreaves III "a pro at what he does" and other thoughts on 2014 Gators
    Gators coach Will Muschamp addressed reporters' questions for more than 35 minutes at UF's Media Day on Sunday. Muschamp's passion for his team is evident in these setting, with thorough and expansive answers the norm. There are exceptions. When...
  • Bianchi: UF's Muschamp loves Spurrier, but Urban Meyer? Not so much

    Bianchi: UF's Muschamp loves Spurrier, but Urban Meyer? Not so much
    University of Florida football coach Will Muschamp, like most loyal Gators, gets a kick out of rascally UF icon and current South Carolina coach Steve Spurrer. However, Muschamp doesn't seem to have quite the same admiration for another UF coaching...
  • Rams' Michael Sam becomes first openly gay player in NFL game

    Rams' Michael Sam becomes first openly gay player in NFL game
    Michael Sam became the first openly gay player to appear in an NFL game on Friday when ran onto the field for the St. Louis Rams. The Rams selected Sam with a seventh-round pick out of Missouri in the 2014 draft and put him to work with just over five...
  • College football programs go to extreme lengths to court fans

    College football programs go to extreme lengths to court fans
    Perhaps someone at Oregon has been spending too much time staring into those glossy yellow and green football helmets the Ducks have a penchant of wearing. How else can you explain the fact that the school announced last week that it was unveiling new...
  • Blair Kerkhoff: Winners and losers from the week that changed college sports

    Football games don't begin for about three weeks, but college sports has its first winners and losers of the season. Two major decisions in about a 30-hour period Thursday and Friday shook the landscape. First, the NCAA granting governing autonomy to the...