Category College Sports

Why Kyler Murray is set to forfeit a $4.6m MLB bonus and join the NFL

So this is what a college athlete with real leverage looks like. Oklahoma’s Kyler Murray has done a masterful job pitting two sporting giants, Major League Baseball and the National Football League, against each other.

Let’s rewind for a moment to explain what’s happened...

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VIDEO: Des Moines Reporter Puts Nebraska in a Bodybag

Winless Nebraska is a mess. Scott Frost’s first year in Lincoln has been an abject disaster. Optimistic Cornhuskers fans can take solace in the fact that many great rebuilds begin with a few steps back. But, for now, it hurts.

Mocking Nebra...

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VIDEO: Minnesota Player Makes Robotic Interception to Avoid Overtime

Fresno State was just yards away late in the fourth quarter from tying it up against Minnesota, but Antoine Winfield Jr. was having none of that:

It goes without saying that this interception is the interception of the year (through two weeks...

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Nick Saban Apologized to Maria Taylor for Cranky Interview

Nick Saban has worked very hard not to name a starting quarterback. When a person asks him about the timeshare involving Tua Tagovailoa and Jalen Hurts, the normally mild-mannered Alabama coach turns Hulkish. He focused his fury on ESPN sideline...

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Daily Prospect Notes Finale: Arizona Fall League Roster Edition

Notes on prospects from lead prospect analyst Eric Longenhagen. Read previous installments here.

Note from Eric: Hey you, this is the last one of these for the year, as the minor-league regular season comes to a close. Thanks for reading...

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Nick Saban Creates Driest Possible Euphemism for “Quarterback”

It is July, which means Nick Saban is enjoying his very favorite aspect of being the football coach at Alabama: Talking to the press.

This July, the biggest story concerning the Tide is the competition between Jalen Hurts and Tua Tagovailoa to be the starting qua...

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UNC coach says softening of football could bring down America and military

University of North Carolina head coach Larry Fedora believes the rule changes implemented in recent years to limit head injuries and make football less violent could have grave consequences for the sport – and America’s military.

“Our game is under attack,” Fedora said on Wednesday at the ACC’s...

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