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Can the NCAA adapt in a 'timely manner'?
Greg Sankey joins Dan Patrick to discuss threats to college athletics, changes to the Southeastern Conference and whether he would like to run the NCAA.
Oklahoma’s Cale Gundy resigns after using offensive language
Oklahoma assistant head coach Cale Gundy announced his resignation after using offensive language during a film session last week.
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Counting Down the Irish: Others receiving votes; shedding some insights into Notre Dame’s QB competition
Notre Dame is adamant Tyler Buchner and Drew Pyne are competing to be the starter, but an annual preseason poll shows the beat writers already assume a starter.
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Heat slows new-look Irish OL to open preseason practices; QB competition continues for now
Notre Dame shuffled its offensive line both before and during its first preseason practice on Friday, only the first of those changes intentional.
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Sanders ready to lead Oklahoma State to new heights
Spencer Sanders, from Denton, Texas, has made 32 starts for the Cowboys, 10 more than any of his teammates on the offense.
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Collins must back up words with wins to keep job at Georgia Tech
After three seasons that each produced only three victories, Collins heads into Year 4 likely needing to show significant improvement to keep his job.
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Clemson’s Dabo Swinney: New perspective for Tigers’ camp
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney has taught a lot of lessons the past seven seasons. Along the way, some guidance got lost amid all that winning.
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Zay Flowers blooming at Boston College into one of ACC’s best receivers
To Zay Flowers, unfinished business means getting his degree from Boston College - and more.
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Jordan Addison says move to USC was only about football
Jordan Addison said he didn't know USC was the school for him until the moment he set foot on campus for his recruiting visit shortly after entering the transfer portal in May.
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LSU’s Brian Kelly frank about uncertainty as camp kicks off
Invigorated as Brian Kelly appears to be by his first year at the helm of a traditional SEC power, he didn't downplay the relative uncertainty surrounding the Tigers.
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Spencer Rattler among newcomers ready to help South Carolina
Spencer Rattler smiled broadly and sat up his chair thinking about South Carolina's first game a month away.
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Bo Nix settles into his new team, new QB competition
A three-year starter at Auburn, Bo Nix transferred to Oregon and now finds himself in a quarterback competition with young prospects Ty Thompson and Jay Butterfield.
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Former Kansas State commit, speedy RB Dylan Edwards joins Notre Dame’s top-ranked class; as does a sprinter of a safety
Notre Dame has now added three 2023 commitments in the last three days, the latest two being players well-known for their speed.
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Revsine on Big Ten additions: A 'grand slam'
Big Ten Network host and announcer Dave Revsine tells Rich Eisen Show guest host Randy Sklar why adding USC and UCLA was a “grand slam” move for the conference.
Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 0 Braden Lenzy, fifth-year receiver, one of few healthy WRs
Braden Lenzy was exhausted by the end of the Fiesta Bowl. He should get more rest this season, but not that much more as Notre Dame's depth at receiver remains thin.
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Georgia begins national title defense with sweet fade
The Georgia Bulldogs aren't resting on their laurels - or their locks - as they begin defense of college football's national championship.
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Big 12 title game staying at home of Cowboys through 2025
The Big 12 championship game will remain at the home of the Dallas Cowboys through at least 2025, the season after Texas and Oklahoma are set to leave for the Southeastern Conference.
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Auburn QB TJ Finley charged with attempting to elude police
Auburn quarterback T.J. Finley was arrested Thursday after turning himself in on a misdemeanor warrant for attempting to elude a police officer.
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Notre Dame beats LSU for four-star linebacker Jaiden Ausberry out of Baton Rouge
Jaiden Ausberry's commitment gives Notre Dame a total of 7 four-star linebackers between the classes of 2022 and 2023, the kind of defensive depth that makes most programs envious.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 2 DJ Brown, fifth-year safety
DJ Brown has filled in for Kyle Hamilton twice in the last two seasons, obviously huge shoes to fill. Will he now be Notre Dame's answer to a long-term replacement for the former All-American?
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 3 Houston Griffith, fifth-year safety
Houston Griffith did not break up a single pass in 2021. Notre Dame will need much more than that from the veteran safety in 2022.
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Clemson starting safety Lannden Zanders giving up football
One-time Clemson starting safety Lannden Zanders is giving up football because of continuing problems with his injured right shoulder.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 3 Avery Davis, sixth-year receiver returning from an ACL injury
An ACL injury may slow Avery Davis in August, but Notre Dame needs the sixth-year receiver to quickly pick up where he left off in 2021.
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Alabama radio voice Eli Gold sidelined for start of season
Longtime Alabama radio announcer Eli Gold will miss the start of the season due to health issues.
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Iowa State’s Xavier Hutchinson savors another college season
A broken thumb suffered last season may prove to be a blessing for the Iowa State and wide receiver Xavier Hutchinson.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 4 Lorenzo Styles, sophomore receiver poised for a breakout
Lorenzo Styles starred in Notre Dame's Fiesta Bowl loss. If he can produce like that in 2022, then the Irish offense could have more explosiveness than expected.
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Wisconsin’s Graham Mertz confident he can improve his consistency
Graham Mertz was a highly-ranked recruit, but the results haven't lived up to the hype so far in Wisconsin.
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Oklahoma QB Dillon Gabriel builds connections with new team
Dillon Gabriel is doing his best to make Norman his new home.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 4 Xavier Watts, junior receiver-turned-safety
Notre Dame needed to find some defensive depth last year, so it turned to receiver Xavier Watts. He quickly found a fit at his new position.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 5 Cam Hart, senior cornerback, second-year starter
Entering 2021, Cam Hart had hardly played defense, yet he was Notre Dame's best cornerback. Now, even more should be exxpected from him in 2022.
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Pitt’s Narduzzi: NIL rules ‘probably’ violated by others
Pittsburgh coach Pat Narduzzi thinks name, image and likeness rules were "probably" violated over the spring, not so subtly hinting those violations led to star wide receiver Jordan Addison's decision to...
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 5 Joe Wilkins, receiver with a September-costing foot injury
Joe Wilkins will start the season on the sideline, but as soon as he is healthy, Notre Dame will need all that the fifth-year receiver can produce.
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Mario Cristobal’s 1st fall camp at Miami set to get underway
"Is The U back?" New Hurricanes head coach Mario Cristobal has an answer: "The U is back to work," the Miami alumnus said.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 6 Clarence Lewis, three-year starting cornerback
Clarence Lewis' sophomore season could not have ended much worse, but the fact that Notre Dame so leaned on him in the Fiesta Bowl underscores how vital he is to the Irish defense.
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Big 12’s new boss Brett Yormark learning NCAA issues in real time
New Big 12 Commissioner Brett Yormark is learning the NCAA's issues in real time and during a period of sweeping change and uncertainty.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 7 Isaiah Foskey, defensive end on a record chase
Isaiah Foskey's sack totals are gaudy and will define his senior season, but his impact for Notre Dame's defense is actually much more dramatic than that.
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Riley, Lanning, DeBoer new Pac-12 coaches in spotlight
The Pac-12 has plenty of new faces this football season.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 7 Audric Estime, sophomore running back, No. 2 on the shortened depth chart
Notre Dame will need sophomore Audric Estime to prove himself both capable and durable right away this season thanks to injuries to two other running backs.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 8 Marist Liufau, senior linebacker returning from a dislocated ankle
Marist Liufau was set to break out in 2021 before a preseason injury cost him the season and Notre Dame any linebacker depth. Liufau is healthy again and set anew to break out.
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Pac-12 notebook: Tiebreakers for title game forthcoming
The Pac-12 pushed for legislation allowing conference title games to be played without requiring divisions, and it was the first conference to take advantage of it.
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Pac-12’s Kliavkoff jabs Big 12, touts future after USC, UCLA
Pac-12 Commissioner George Kliavkoff said his conference is far from finished, despite the defections of Southern California and UCLA.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 9 Justin Ademilola, fifth-year defensive end, a backup in name only
Justin Ademilola has produced more with each season. If that continues in his fifth year, Notre Dame could have a backup recording eight or nine sacks.
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ND coach Freeman preparing for first season
Fighting Irish Head Coach Marcus Freeman tells Dan Patrick about his NFL draft experience, how he feels matching up against Ohio State in Notre Dame's first game of the season and more.
Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 10 Prince Kollie, sophomore linebacker, high school Butkus Award winner
Notre Dame desperately needed linebacker depth last year, yet still didn't turn to Prince Kollie. Don't read too far into that as Kollie enters his sophomore year.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 10 Drew Pyne, junior quarterback
Drew Pyne played a key part in Notre Dame's biggest win last season, but he will still enter the 2022 season as the Irish backup, a needed role albeit not the one he wants long-term.
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Coastal Carolina QB McCall signs NIL with Darlington Raceway
Coastal Carolina quarterback Grayson McCall has signed an NIL deal with Darlington Raceway.
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NC State’s Leary, Clemson leads all-ACC football picks
North Carolina State quarterback Devin Leary is the preseason pick to finish as Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year, while league favorite Clemson leads all schools with six players on the league's...
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ND's Freeman dishes on Vegas video, QB competition
Notre Dame head coach Marcus Freeman joins Rich Eisen to talk about that Vegas video, what he's seen from the Irish during camp and who might start at QB for the season-opening showdown at Ohio State.
Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 11 Ramon Henderson, junior cornerback-turned-safety
Ramon Henderson may not have near the experience of Notre Dame's three veteran safeties, but he could crack the Irish starting lineup, nonetheless.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 11 Ron Powlus III, sophomore QB providing steadiness to a chaotic room
Notre Dame surprised many when it signed Ron Powlus III in 2020, but that choice looks more and more wise as he adds depth to a thin quarterbacks room.
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