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The Alabama offense takes the field against the Clemson defense in the 2019 National Championship game. (Kunal Mehta via WikipediaCommons)

College football postseason format changing from 4 to 12 teams by 2026

Tyler Dearman, Staff Writer September 30, 2022

On Sept. 2, the College Football Playoffs (CFP) board of managers unanimously voted to expand the College Football Playoff from 4 teams to 12 by 2026. According to ESPN, the CFP board is trying to encourage...

Thousands of fans rush the field after Notre Dame’s victory against Clemson.

Field “rush” to COVID-19

Erica James, Staff Writer November 19, 2020

Saturday’s football game between the number-one ranked Clemson Tigers and Notre Dame proved to be an exciting game, but the aftermath has gotten more than just Clemson fans upset. College football...

Investigation of FSU for Title IX violations begins

Allison Stalberg, Staff Writer April 18, 2014

Another sexual assault case has risen to national media, but this time a college might be involved. A first-year student at Florida State University accused redshirt first-year Heisman Trophy winner...

Football turns friendship into brotherhood

Football turns friendship into brotherhood

Kinsey Danzis, Staff Writer November 15, 2013

“He’s my blood,” said senior safety Alex Smith. “He’s my brother.” It is hard to find friends closer than Smith and junior safety Satiir Stevenson, self-proclaimed brothers from another...

Lawsuit decides value of athletes visage

Lawsuit decides value of athlete’s “visage”

Brent Eisenbarth, Staff Writer October 25, 2013

How much money is one’s face worth? EA Sports answered this question by settling with the Ed O’Bannon-Sam Keller lawsuit for $40 million on Sept. 27. The payout may affect over 100,000 current...

Football, food and fun: the Soup Bowl serves up another sweet success

Football, food and fun: the Soup Bowl serves up another sweet success

Brent Eisenbarth, Staff Writer September 13, 2013

With one minute and 33 seconds left in the fourth quarter of the 17th annual Gate City Soup Bowl, sophomore quarterback Matt Pawlowski chucked the winning 33-yard touchdown pass to sophomore wide receiver...

Architect or archetype: Urban Meyer’s Florida Gators

Robert W. Pacheco, Staff Writer September 6, 2013

Between 2005 and 2010, 31 athletes in Urban Meyer’s football program at the University of Florida ran into trouble with the law. Aaron Hernandez became the emblematic member of this group this summer...

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