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2 hrs ago | Log Cabin Democrat
Alex Collins won't be so lucky. His legs weren't tired after the game - he said the holes his offensive line gave him were too big to get really sore.
6 hrs ago | BC Interruption
On Monday, ESPN Films revealed the films that will make up its fall 2014 lineup for the popular '30 for 30' series. The series returns for a six-week run beginning on Tuesday, October 7 at 9 p.m. Eastern with "Playing for the Mob," which delves into how mobster Henry Hill once helped orchestrate the fixing of Boston College basketball games.
11 hrs ago | Athens Banner-Herald
One loss doesn't definitely doom their chances to get to Atlanta to play for the SEC championship and doesn't knock them out of the national title picture just yet. "We've got a lot of veteran guys like myself who have been through this before, who have been down," senior inside linebacker Ramik Wilson said.
15 hrs ago | Sports Network
With early favorites and fresh faces making a splash in the third weekend of the season, let's take a look at the latest power rankings in the race for the Heisman Trophy. 1. Marcus Mariota, QB, Oregon -- While Oregon failed to cover the lofty 43- point spread in its 48-14 victory over Wyoming, Mariota had no trouble hanging on to his No.
After a momentum-building victory against a top 10 team, South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier is taking nothing for granted as the Gamecocks prepare to visit the one program that's struggling more than any other in the Southeastern Conference. That would be Vanderbilt, which was blown out in its first two games by Temple and Mississippi, and survived against Mid-American Conference member Massachusetts on Saturday after the Minutemen missed a game-tying field goal attempt in the final seconds.
Kenny Hill had four touchdown passes as No. 7 Texas A&M rolled to a 38-10 win over Rice on Saturday.
Texas A&M's Myles Garrett has already tied the school record for sacks by a freshman with 5 A1 2 and he's only played three games for the sixth-ranked Aggies. He has more sacks than any A&M defender had all last season and is just 2 A1 2 shy of tying the eight sacks Jadeveon Clowney, the top overall pick in this year's NFL draft, had as a freshman at South Carolina.
In one of those weeks that produced some unexpected results, the Amway Coaches Poll saw a bit of shuffling. Though the top five teams remained unscathed, their order didn't escape the winds of change.
Everett Golson ran for the go-ahead score with 13 seconds left in the first half, and No. 11 Notre Dame scored the final 20 points Saturday to pull away from the Boilermakers 30-14.
Justin Thomas threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to Deon Hill with 23 seconds remaining, and Georgia Tech avoided a huge upset after blowing a 25-point lead, beating Georgia Southern 42-38 on Saturday. Thomas' fourth TD pass of the game - by a team known for its triple-option running attack - kept the Yellow Jackets from a hugely embarrassing loss to a state school they were playing for the first time.
William & Mary defenders Jared Velasquez and Ivan Tagoe scored touchdowns in a 29-14 victory over Norfolk State on Saturday night. Tagoe batted a Terrance Ervin pass and Velasquez returned it 39 yards to put the FCS-ranked Tribe ahead 14-7 in the first quarter.
Zach Terrell threw for three touchdowns and Jarvion Franklin ran for three more as Western Michigan cruised to a 45-33 victory over Idaho on Saturday. Terrell threw two touchdown passes in the second quarter - both to Daniel Braverman for 31 and 57 yards - and Franklin's 39-yard TD run gave the Broncos a comfortable 35-19 lead at the break.
Bra'Lon Cherry rushed for two touchdowns and caught a third, Jacoby Brissett threw two touchdown passes and North Carolina State beat South Florida 49-17 on Saturday. Cherry had NC State's first three touchdowns to help the Wolfpack take a 35-7 halftime lead.
J.T. Barrett matched a school record with six touchdown passes five in the first half to lead the 22nd-ranked Buckeyes to a 66-0 victory over Kent State on Saturday.
It's hours before kickoff, and white towels have already been laid out in each seat of the student section of Williams-Brice Stadium. Soon enough, they'll be twirling in the air to the strains of a Finnish electronica song, as the Gamecocks attempt to recapture the home-field mastery they've enjoyed over perhaps their biggest rival in the SEC.
Michigan has been involved in a pair of lopsided routs in its first two games but the Wolverines hope to show their Week 1 performance was more indicative of the team's talent level than last week's drubbing at Notre Dame. Michigan couldn't have hand-picked a better opponent for a bounce-back effort than visiting Miami , who will come to town riding an 18-game losing streak.
Matchup: Pitt vs. Florida International , noon today, FIU Stadium, Miami. Pitt is favored by 251/2.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 08:17 pm
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