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Aggies, Rebels get an early start on spring football

Aggies, Rebels get an early start on spring football

Ben Cook

March 04 Texas A&M got underway on Monday and Ole Miss started Tuesday. There are two schools of thought on starting spring drills as soon as possible. FULL STORY

Seven cities bidding to host CFP title game

Seven cities bidding to host CFP title game

Lindyssports.com Staff

March 03 ESPN reported Atlanta, Charlotte, Jacksonville, Miami, Minnesota, San Antonio, and Santa Clara, Calif., are expected to place bids. Arlington, Texas, FULL STORY

UNC QB Williams out for spring practice

UNC QB Williams out for spring practice

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February 28 North Carolina quarterback Marquise Williams will miss spring practice because of a hip injury. FULL STORY

Virginia’s defensive juggernaut bourgeons

Virginia’s defensive juggernaut bourgeons

Ken Cross

February 27 Tony Bennett has made his mark on the Virginia Cavaliers basketball program all right. Many pundits want to castigate the Cavaliers for what FULL STORY

Mississippi State extends Mullen's contract

Mississippi State extends Mullen's contract

Lindyssports.com Staff

February 26 Mullen's $4.275 million annual average salary will make him the ninth highest-paid coach in college football but fourth in the SEC behind Alabama's FULL STORY

TCU's Boykin will have wrist surgery

TCU's Boykin will have wrist surgery

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February 26 Horned Frogs coach Gary Patterson said this week that the procedure involves repairing a fractured bone that Boykin played with for much of last season FULL STORY

Once-homeless Nacita no longer on Baylor team

Once-homeless Nacita no longer on Baylor team

Sports Xchange

February 25 Earlier Wednesday, Nacita said on Twitter that the NCAA ruled him ineligible because he accepted impermissible benefits while he was homeless last summer. FULL STORY

After near-amputation, UO's Brown's future in doubt

After near-amputation, UO's Brown's future in doubt

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February 25 Oregon tight end Pharaoh Brown's playing future is unknown as he recovers from a serious injury that nearly resulted in amputation of his leg. FULL STORY

Top 3 coaching hires; Can Buckeyes repeat?

Top 3 coaching hires; Can Buckeyes repeat?

Matt Lowe

February 24 Ohio State lost a couple of key performers (receiver Devin Smith and defensive tackle Michael Bennett) from its 2014 title run, but the majority of its roster is back, FULL STORY

Chubb following in the footsteps of SEC greats

Chubb following in the footsteps of SEC greats

Ben Cook

February 23 When you get to looking at history, it is obvious that the SEC has produced some of the best running backs to ever play college football. Names like FULL STORY