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Tua’s Health Still Debated Ahead of Draft

People are still split on Tua’s health. Tua Tagovailoa’s draft position is a big debate heading into the NFL Draft on April 23. Who will take him? Will he slip later in the round? These are common topics when discussing highly productive players with checkered medical histories. He reportedly sent …

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Ferentz Discusses Future of Iowa Football Amidst COVID-19

There’s not much Kirk Ferentz hasn’t seen throughout his extensive coaching career. Iowa’s head coach has held his post for the Hawkeyes since 1999. His first regular-season game of next season will mark his 300th (174-125) as a college head coach. But for now, Ferentz has to preach patience and …

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How Nick Saban is adapting to COVID-19 changes

The year is 2020 and Nick Saban just now started using an e-mail address. Times are changing. We’re currently living in unprecedented times where the world is dependent on technology to get us through the day. Saban, the same coach who previously stated he doesn’t even send texts, has shifted over …

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Mississippi State’s Mike Leach Reprimanded For Recent Tweet

Anyone who follows Mike Leach on Twitter knows that he uses the platform for comedic purposes. However, last Wednesday, the newly hired football coach made a controversial joke and quickly removed it. The deleted tweet In an effort to bring humor to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Leach tweeted a picture …

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College football shutdown is cause for concern from former Gator Chris Doering

The world is in panic mode. And as such, the college football and sports world are also in panic mode. The NFL has remained relatively calm in the wake of the coronavirus chaos. They have canceled all off-season events besides the NFL Draft, and have mitigated the potential spread of …

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Laura Rutledge’s take on the NFL Draft

Sports reporter Laura Rutledge discusses her prediction for the upcoming 2020 NFL draft. Career Rutledge kicked off her professional journalism career with sideline reporting at Fox Sports. She first started broadcasting Tampa Bay Ray games and then moved on to cover the San Diego Padres. She also worked with College …

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Iowa State AD Cuts Coaches’ Salaries

Iowa State is scrambling from what is already lost and what could be lost. The 15-year Iowa State athletic director Jamie Pollard plans to cut coaches’ salaries. To avoid layoffs, budget cuts are being made. Pollard explained his reasoning and the specifics of the cuts in his letter to Iowa …

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NCAA Extends “Dead Period” for Recruiting

The COVID-19 pandemic is indefinitely forcing upon a number of different changes upon all sports across the world. Collegiate sports stand no different at the moment. Committees representing Divisions I and II of the NCAA declared that its current recruiting dead period will be extended past May 31. At first, the …

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Despite no Pro Day or Combine, Josh Hammond is ready for the NFL Draft

Sometimes, things do not go as planned. Former Florida Gators wide receiver Josh Hammond, along with his fellow seniors Freddie Swain, Van Jefferson and Tyrie Cleveland left the program after the 2019 season with one thing in mind: The NFL. Moving on One of the crucial steps for scouts to …

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