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College football coaches like to say recruiting is the lifeblood of any program, and the four teams that participated in the 2017 College Football Playoff were in need of transfusions after suffering heavy personnel losses. Clemson, Georgia, Oklahoma and defending national champion Alabama each landed top-10 recruiting classes, as did blue bloods Ohio State, Penn
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LINCOLN, Neb. — Nebraska never lost its pride for football or, of course, its storied tradition. But as the years mounted in the wait for a first conference title since 1999, chatter about a return to greatness in Lincoln drew dismissive looks from outside the borders of this state. Then somewhere over the past decade,
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New Mexico football coach Bob Davie says he will appeal a 30-day suspension handed down by the university following an investigation into alleged misconduct within the program. Davie said Friday that none of the three investigations conducted over a nine-month period found he violated any school policy. “I fully cooperated in every respect and met
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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Willie Taggart insisted on two things when staff members asked what he needed for his new office: Blow Pops and gummy bears. Not just any gummy bears, either. Haribo gummy bears, his preferred brand. Other than that, there has been no time to make anything feel like home inside the Florida State
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Feb 9, 2018 Joel AndersonESPN ATLANTA — In the middle of the postgame chaos at Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta, a blur of crimson and white confetti and cameras and microphones, Najee Harris felt a hand firmly clasp his shoulder from behind. Harris, one of the heroes of Alabama’s come-from-behind title win over Georgia, turned
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