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  • W&M football assistant Barclay takes job at Marshall

    William and Mary football assistant coach Chris Barclay resigned to take a similar job at Marshall of Conference USA. Barclay, a former ACC Player of the Year at Wake Forest, was the Tribe’s running backs coach for the past two years and will...
  • Ray Lewis on ballot for College Football Hall of Fame 2014 class

    Ray Lewis on ballot for College Football Hall of Fame 2014 class
    Football Ray Lewis on ballot for College Football Hall of Fame 2014 class Retired Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis is on the ballot for the College Football Hall of Fame Class of 2014. Lewis was a consensus All-American at Miami and was a runner-...
  • WR Nick Westbrook of Lake Mary earns first SEC offer from Kentucky

    WR Nick Westbrook of Lake Mary earns first SEC offer from Kentucky
    Two days after receiving his first college football scholarship offer, Nick Westbrook now has his first SEC offer. Kentucky offered the 6-foot-3, 195-pound Lake Mary wide receiver Thursday, and it's likely just a start as college coaches begin to...
  • 3 UCLA players nominated for College Football Hall of Fame

    3 UCLA players nominated for College Football Hall of Fame
    UCLA had three players nominated for the College Football Hall of Fame on Thursday -- Ken Norton Jr., John Sciarra and Cade McNown. Ken Norton Jr. The record book: Arguably the best linebacker UCLA has ever produced, with Anthony Barr waiting in the...
  • Ray Lewis nominated for College Football Hall of Fame

    Ray Lewis nominated for College Football Hall of Fame
    Retired Ravens star middle linebacker Ray Lewis has been nominated for the College Football Hall of Fame Class of 2014. Lewis was a consensus All-American at the University of Miami and was a runner-up for the Butkus award. The class will be announced...
  • Ray Lewis, Warren Sapp land on College Football HOF ballot

    Ray Lewis, Warren Sapp land on College Football HOF ballot
      A slew of college gridiron greats like former Oklahoma linebacker Brian Bosworth and former Miami linebacker Ray Lewis composed this year’s College Football Hall of Fame ballot. Seventy-five players and six coaches from the Football Bowl...
  • College football calls off vote on controversial rule proposal

    The most polarizing proposal in recent college football history was tabled Wednesday, as in shelved, one day before a NCAA rules committee was going to vote on the controversial pace-of-play issue. The rule would have penalized a team for snapping the...
  • MAC Preview: 5 key college football games to watch in 2014

      Bowling Green used a stout defense and dynamic passing attack to capture the Mid-American Conference title last season. Despite an offseason of change – including a new coach – another conference title is in the mix for the Falcons. With...
  • St. Cloud WR Trevill Holcy finally getting attention; UCF offers

    St. Cloud WR Trevill Holcy finally getting attention; UCF offers
    UCF has had it's eyes on Trevill Holcy since the summer of 2012, when the big wide receiver first stepped on campus for a 7-on-7 camp. Head coach George O'Leary watched him again this past summer at the same camp, anxious to see his progression. He...
  • FSU tied with Florida for No. 2 most-talented roster in country

    FSU tied with Florida for No. 2 most-talented roster in country
    FSU returns 14 starters from last year’s championship team, including Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston. But do the Seminoles even have the most talented roster in their own state? It seems like an absurd question to ask, but not if you look at...
  • Duke knows the challenge of repeating

    Duke knows the challenge of repeating
    Duke lacrosse coach John Danowski has been down this road before, but not with so many bumps. When his Blue Devils won the national championship in 2010, the Atlantic Coast Conference was the toughest in the country even though it was just a four-team...