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heavener
August 18, 2022

Gators Football Unveils Heavener Football Training Center

The Florida Gators football program got a sneak preview of their brand new $85 million Heavener Football Training Center over the weekend. The Gators entered the 142,000-square foot, $85 million Heavener Football Training Center, a facility the sc...


saban
May 23, 2022

Steve Spurrier Weighs in on Saban-Fisher Drama

Alabama head coach Nick Saban and Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher got in quite a spat late last week. It started when Saban accused Fisher of buying his whole recruiting class and Jackson State head coach Deion Sanders of paying his top recruit ...


kiffin
February 3, 2022

Ole Miss’s Lane Kiffin Concerned About Transfer Portal, NIL Rules

Ole Miss head football coach Lane Kiffin didn't bite his tongue when asked about the NCAA's updated stance on student-athlete transfers and their name, image, and likeness compensation. A day before the Rebels landed two of the most coveted transf...


georgia
August 17, 2021

The Butts-Mehre Expansion Project at Georgia

When your mascot is a bulldog and you compete in the SEC, you need your student-athletes to always feel like the big dogs on campus. That's exactly what the University of Georgia athletics department is doing with their massive facility upgrades. ...


pac-12
August 4, 2021

Big 12, Pac-12 Leaders Meet to Discuss Possible Merger

With the news of Big 12 perennial powers like the University of Texas and Oklahoma University trying to leave the conference in favor of the SEC, the Pac-12 Conference has also been in talks with the Big 12 about a possible merger or re-alignment. ...


sec
July 26, 2021

Texas, Oklahoma May Leave Big 12 for SEC

Two college football powerhouses are threatening to turn an already-powerful Southeastern Conference (SEC) into a 16-team superconference. The University of Texas and Oklahoma University, two blue-chip college football programs from the Big 12 Con...


ncaa
May 26, 2020

NCAA to allow student-athletes to resume activities June 1

Collegiate student-athletes across the country rejoice! The NCAA Division 1 Council announced that all student-athletes can resume voluntary activities in their respective sports starting June 1. The decision came on May 22 — two days after the ...