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Local Football Club Needs Help Reaching Natives in North Carolina | local sport

After a successful streak in a regional championship last month, one of the region’s top football clubs is heading to North Carolina next week for a national championship. Young women need some help. The Albion Under-19 Football Team won the Far West President’s Cup last month in Phoenix. That club secured a place in the …

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How has college golf changed?

It’s been just over a year since the name, image and likeness legislation was enacted, giving college athletes the opportunity to participate in activities, including endorsement deals, leveraging social media for payment, training compensation, personal appearances, and signing autographs. And the repercussions have been sweeping, perhaps the greatest in all of the big-revenue sports like …

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USC, UCLA, and Big Ten win, but at what cost to college football?

What one college track catcher started last July, another accelerated this week. The entire institution is now rushing towards complete demolition and rebuilding in the coming years. More than ever, we are entering the long-awaited era, which was widely theorized for two giant conferences, the Southeast and the Big Ten. They’ve always been the richest, …

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Greg Ellis, a former Dallas Cowboys, has been appointed as the next head coach of the SAGU Lions.

VSN (admin) Posted Tue Jun 21, 2022 – 10:00 AM SAGU Athletics is pleased to announce the appointment of Greg Ellis to be the eighth head coach in the team’s history. Ellis was most recently the head football coach and athletic director at Texas College. Ellis distinguished himself from many candidates through his alignment with …

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Cincinnati, Pete leads college football recruiting decisions for June

The verbal commitment decision, for those pursuing the future of college football, is as much a banner every moment as it is prior to playing the sport in college colors. Over the weekend, big calls were made from every way in the sport, as both high school recruits, talented small college recruits and transfer gate …

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Top 10 Players Available in the College Football Transfer Portal

Justin Rogers and Jack Sears were familiar names in the college football recruiting game prior to 2020. Both were considering the high-profile Power Five programs as promising prospects in the middle. Years later, with both of them already on hold, both are still searching for their college final stop as they navigate the NCAA transfer …

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Why College Football needs the Champions League model

While the UEFA Champions League has expanded over the years to its current form, its core ethos until the mid-1990s was simple: the champions of each European country played their way into prestigious club competition after winning domestic leagues of varying strength. With the 2021-22 Finals looming on Saturday, college football’s original “one champion, one …

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CFP Chair: Chairs provide guidance to commissioners for enlargement negotiations

DESTIN, Florida — College Football Playoff executives plan to provide guidance soon to CFP commissioners in an effort to resume negotiations over an extension of the supplement a year before a deadline of some sort. Mark Keenum, CFP’s board of directors, says his “hope” is that the group can agree on the format for the …

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