Tag Archives: #NCAAFootball

NCAA Council votes to limit transfers

The introduction of the transfer portal in 2018 forever changed the collegiate sports landscape, a phenomenon Florida knows all too well. From how schools create rosters to how players plan their careers, the promise of a fresh start has sparked a new change to the dynamic transfer portal. While players …

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NCAA President Mark Emmert Talks College Athletics


On Friday, NCAA president Mark Emmert joined Sports Scene and provided his insight into the changing realm of college sports. Emmert, who has been the president of the NCAA since 2010, spoke about the prodding issues of current college athletics. On Air Now: @NCAA President Mark Emmert joins @SteveRussell850, in …

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Gators’ Orange and Blue Game Returns

The Florida Gators’ annual Orange and Blue game is back this year. First-year head coach Billy Napier and his group will take the field in front of their loyal for the first time during the Napier-era. The intra-squad scrimmage kicks off in The Swamp on Thursday at 7:30. https://twitter.com/GatorsFB/status/1514589538689032203?cxt=HHwWloCpoaXK84QqAAAA Format …

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College Football Playoff ranking released

The College Football Playoff Selection Committee released its latest rankings on Tuesday night. This is the second playoff ranking released this season and there have been some notable changes since Week 9. Top 25 Ranking https://twitter.com/CFBPlayoff/status/1458261683873452032?s=20 This second edition of College Football Playoff ranking includes a top four of undefeated …

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Head Coach Gary Patterson Parts Ways With TCU

TCU head coach Gary Patterson has decided to resign. The athletic director for TCU released a statement on Sun, Oct. 31, saying that Patterson’s time with TCU is over. Jerry Kill will take his place as the interim coach. Reason for the Leavin’ Patterson is the Football bowl subdivision’s second-longest …

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