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A Pharaoh Tries To Win Oregon TE Battle

A Pharaoh Tries To Win Oregon TE Battle

by John Baker

A year ago, the Oregon Ducks entered the spring with an NFL-type tight end in Colt Lyerla. He was the start and end of the position, considered one of the better tight end prospects in the nation heading into the 2013 season... Read more

LSU To Play UCLA, Arizona State In Future

LSU To Play UCLA, Arizona State In Future

by Christopher Smith

LSU announced a pair of exciting non-conference home-and-home series Monday. The Tigers will face UCLA for the first time ever at the Rose Bowl on Sept. 4, 2021, with the Bruins scheduled to make a return trip in 2024... Read more

UCLA Headlines Major-Conference Underdogs In 2014

UCLA Headlines Major-Conference Underdogs In 2014

by Christopher Smith

Tuesday represents an annual license to play practical jokes and then blame the recipient for failing to see it coming. Making college football predictions as the calendar turns to April, though, is an even bigger attempt to fool... Read more

Who's Left: QBs Still Looking To Transfer
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Who's Left: QBs Still Looking To Transfer

by Mike Crocker

There have been headlines this offseason regarding quarterbacks looking to jump ship in search of a new program that will give them exactly what they want: A chance to compete for a starting job... Watch

Will D.J. Foster Be In The 2014 Heisman Discussion?

Will D.J. Foster Be In The 2014 Heisman Discussion?

by William Boor

Prior to the 2013 season, ASU running back D.J. Foster admitted his goal was to win the Heisman Trophy. While that may have sounded crazy at the time, perhaps the only thing outlandish about the lofty challenge was that it came a year too early... Read more

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Joe Jenkins

Joe Jenkins

FBS Deputy Editor


Pace Of Play Rule Had A Bad Marketing Plan

The more I see and hear about college football's ill-fated "pace of play"  rule, a.k.a. "The Saban Rule," the more I think about Panasonic and their "Internet Pecker" from 1996... Read more

Zack Shelby

Zack Shelby

ACC Contributing Writer


NCAA: No Huddle, No Problem, But OT Rules Need Change

The NCAA is considering a rule change that would slow down teams that like to run the no-huddle offense. The new rule would give defenses time to make substitutions to counter an offense that already has its plan in place... Read more

Joe Coughlin

Joe Coughlin

FBS Columnist


John Baker

John Baker

Pac-12 Contributing Writer


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Pac-12 Job Security: From Program Staples To Walking Papers

Pac-12 Job Security: From Program Staples To Walking Papers

by Jordan Hamm

The Pac-12 conference has seen quite a turnover in coaches the past five years. Ten of the 12 head coaches in the conference have less than five years experience with their current teams. Within the conference, job security is all over the spectrum... Read more

March Madness Bracket Substituting 2013 Football Teams

March Madness Bracket Substituting 2013 Football Teams

by Christopher Wuensch

Admit it. Your brackets went belly-up. Come on … Mercer? Really? Mercer? If hindsight (20-20) were a college basketball squad, it’d be .500 and, at best, a bubble team. Even when we know the results, the bigger picture can still lack focus... Read more

Oregon Well Represented At NFL Combine

Oregon Well Represented At NFL Combine

by John Baker

Oregon’s success on the football field the last eight years has helped raise not only the awareness of the program among fans and recruits, but also NFL personnel... Read more

Pac-12 Well-Represented In Super Bowl XLVIII

Pac-12 Well-Represented In Super Bowl XLVIII

by Tom Rohrer

Pro football's biggest stage will again feature a large collection of past Pac-12 greats, as 16 players from the conference will be on the field when the Denver Broncos face off agaisnt the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII... Read more