After stealing Louisiana’s No. 1 QB, TCU finds itself on LSU’s blocked list

From day one of being named LSU’s head football coach, Ed Orgeron has talked about protecting the state of Louisiana from foreign intruders.

Not Somali pirates. Apparently, the Texases and the TCUs.

Orgeron and LSU were accused of using their considerable in-state clout to help cancel a football camp in Hammond, La., that was scheduled to be manned Thursday by, among others, Tom Herman’s Texas s...

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Hype video: Bama vs FSU

For yet another season, alabama led d1 softball in overall and average attendance

Louisville's sanctions bear close scrutiny at ole miss, north carolina

The upcoming school year portends to be one of the most significant in recent history for the NCAA’s enforcement process. Three blockbuster cases loom over the collegiate sports landscape—Louisville, Ole Miss and North Carolina—that offer critical tests for the NCAA’s enforcement group and Committee on Infractions.

The NCAA overhauled of its enforcement staff amid persistent blunders in the...

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Former Tider's At The U S Open This Weekend.

And all four are doing pretty well coming out of RD1. I know, tied for 29th or 61st may not seem like they're doing well. Being below, or around par at the Open?!? Yah, that's playing some pretty good golf.

For all of you that enjoy the game of golf, this is one of my favorite events of the year. The "short" rough this year is deadly...but good god, have you seen how high...

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Bama Ol/dl Camp On Saturday

Below are the elite names expected in attendance for the Crimson Tide's OL/DL camp. Maybe a few more commitments this weekend?

Trey Hill, Rivals100 offensive tackle from Houston County High School in Warner Robins, Georgia

Eyabi Anoma, Rivals100 defensive end from St. Francis High School in Baltimore

Jordan Davis, Rivals100 defensive end from Southwind High School in Memphis (Alabama commitment)


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Ncaa Makes Sanction History Goes After Louisville's 2013 Title Banner. Should Unc Be Nervous?

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Tuesday, April 9, 2013, was a day of unbridled joy in this city – maybe collectively the happiest I’ve seen people in 30 years living here.

Red-and-black car flags were everywhere. Brand-new championship T-shirts covered puffed-out chests. Smiles spread across faces all around town. The communal giddiness was palpable.

The night before in Atlanta, Louisville basketball got back...

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New Alabama Director Of Recruiting.

Bama Flips Nation's No. 1 Punter From Tennessee


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