After leading the Big Ten in interceptions last year, the normally reserved junior flashes brash confidence at the conference's media days.

“We're just focused on Penn State and building this program back to where everybody wants it to be,” said Nittany Lions Coach James Franklin.

The conference will feature nine league games and has agreement in place to ban FCS opponents starting in 2016.



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Clemson pitcher Schmidt eager to bounce back from lymphoma

Clate Schmidt felt tired last winter, more tired than a 21-year-old college athlete should be.

Ex-coach rejoins Oklahoma City soccer team after acquittal

A former Oklahoma City soccer coach who was accused in the death of an off-duty police officer in England plans to rejoin the organization after he was cleared of all charges.

Partnership lets Major League Soccer players earn degrees

Major League Soccer is striking a multiyear deal with Southern New Hampshire University that will provide full scholarships for players and internship opportunities for the school’s current students.

New coach gets plenty of attention, just like he has since taking on a rebuilding project at his alma mater.

Pursuing his master's degree and honing his technique at right tackle this summer, Zeller prepared for senior year.

Pat Henner steps down in the wake of school investigations into allegations of sexual misconduct and racial bias.

Edsall and Maryland players complete second media day, now turn attention to fall camp.

Ohio State’s supsension of four players for its season opener doesn’t dampen optimism for the upcoming season.

Terps hope to exceed expectations and build upon last season's seven-win total.

Defending champions open season Sept. 7.

Details about the book are only now becoming known.

This is the third time a Brown-led program has faced major NCAA charges.

It likely will never happen, but as Leach said, "it would be great fun."

The national championship-winning quarterback was among several Buckeyes pranked by OSU staffers.

Player who had retained a lawyer to get his unconditional release will sit out one season, then join Cavaliers.

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