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college football

October 25, 2016

Sports Illustrated names college football’s 10 greatest coaches

Who are the greatest coaches in college football history? Sports Illustrated attempts to tackle that question in its latest book, “College Football’s Greatest.” Unsurprisingly, legendary Alabama coach Paul ‘Bear’ Bryant — winner of si...


October 18, 2016

Lawsuit accuses Notre Dame of ignoring head injuries

A former Notre Dame football player is part of a class action lawsuit accusing the university of ignoring safety regulations with regard to head injuries. [caption id="attachment_17825" align="alignright" width="301"] A class action lawsuit accus...


August 17, 2016

‘Nap room’ part of Clemson’s new football facility

College football facilities are becoming so luxurious that it's a wonder any student-athlete would ever go home. At Clemson, they'll almost never have to. [caption id="attachment_17281" align="alignright" width="297"] Screenshot via ClemsonTige...


April 27, 2016

Report: Idaho football will drop to FCS in 2018

CBS Sports reported Wednesday afternoon that Idaho football will drop from the FBS to the FCS in 2018, the first program to make such a move to a lower division. Idaho, along with New Mexico State, was to be removed from the Sun Belt Conference fo...


December 18, 2015

Helmetless tackling, blocking drills lead to decrease in head impacts

From the National Athletic Trainers' Association Head impacts in football players are directly associated with brain and spine injury and have been suggested to be associated with chronic injuries, making this a topic of continued national concern. ...


December 15, 2015

Wichita State reviews athletics, considers football

Wichita State University has begun a review of its athletic department, and reports indicate that program leaders may considers bringing back football. According to The Wichita Eagle, the athletic review includes several aspects of the program —...


October 16, 2015

K-State coach congratulates TCU quarterback on victory

Kansas State football coach Bill Snyder watched his team cough up an 18-point halftime lead last weekend against TCU, losing the game 52-45. Snyder reacted by sending the opposing quarterback a letter commending him on his "performance and poise"...


July 14, 2015

NCAA committee recommends medical observers for football

The NCAA Football Rules Committee on Monday recommended an experimental rule that would require medical observers at games to notify officials when a player appears to have suffered a head or neck injury. The rule could be approved during the NCA...