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Thursday Night College Football

Thursday night football is a rarity in the college football world, and the only one with multiple matchups this season. Thursday featured several blowout games from teams like Clemson, Texas A&M, Utah and UCF. No. 1 Clemson vs. Georgia Tech Clemson began its 2019 season by showing everyone why they …

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Vanderbilt Depending on Run Game Against Georgia

With the quarterback position still up for grabs, the Vanderbilt Commodores are coming into Saturday’s contest against the third ranked Georgia Bulldogs looking to lean on its talented backfield. The Commodores return redshirt senior Ke’Shawn Vaughn, who was third in the SEC in rushing yards last season with 1,244 yards; …

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College Football Preview: Oregon and Auburn Headline Week 1 Matchups

Week 1 of college football will feature just one matchup between two ranked teams. Queue No. 11 Oregon vs. No. 16 Auburn. Two prestigious football programs will meet on Saturday night from AT&T Stadium as they face each other for the first time since the 2011 BCS Championship Game. On …

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No. 18 Michigan State Ready for Season Opener

On Watch: Week 1 After an excruciating offseason, week 0 of college football has come and gone. Although, things will start to get interesting as Week 1 kicks off this weekend. One team, in particular, to keep an eye out for is the nationally-ranked Michigan State Spartans. They’ll open the …

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Aggies Prepare for Opener Against Texas State

The Texas A&M Aggies look to build on their 9-4 (5-3 SEC) season that saw them win the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl. The Aggies kick off the season against an in-state opponent, the Texas State Bobcats. The Bobcats are coming off a 3-9 (1-7 Sun Belt) season which led to the …

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Is this Michigan’s Year to Go Far?

Jim Harbaugh arrived in Ann Arbor nearly 4 years ago and ever since then the expectations have been high. The University of Michigan expects its football team to beat Ohio State, appear in Big Ten Championships, and make it to the College Football Playoffs. There is a certain standard for …

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All Eyes on Trevor Lawrence and Defending Champion Clemson

The highly-anticipated college football season kicks off in just a few days. Some eyes will be on Alabama – understandably. But a load of eyes are sure to be on Clemson, the national champions who will be working to defend their title. Right now, they’re the top ranked team in …

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Gator Defensive Backs are Ready Despite Lack of Depth

Many know the Gators secondary as DBU. And even though there’s a lot of talent at the position, there’s not a lot depth with the defensive backs. The Gators lost safety Chauncey Gardner Johnson III to the NFL Draft this year. In the off-season, cornerback C.J. McWilliams tore his Achilles …

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College GameDay, SEC Nation Going to Orlando for Florida-Miami

They’re coming to Orlando. ESPN’s college football pregame shows, College GameDay and SEC Nation, will be broadcasting live in Orlando ahead of the Florida Gator football season opener against the Miami Hurricanes. Even though both shows will be in Orlando on Aug. 24, they’ll be worlds apart. Hey Coach, where …

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Former Gator Football Player Tony Joiner Charged With Murdering His Wife

Authorities arrested Tony Joiner, former safety for the Florida Football team, on Saturday. They charged him with the second-degree murder of his wife Heyzel Obando. Joiner was a team captain for the team in 2007 and was a key player for the 2006 National Championship team. Joiner played in 47 …

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