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Say hello to Michigan's "full-time glasses guy."

The LSU running back reminded the world that he is a bad, bad man.

Once dismissed, the Tigers now could be the last true obstacle for the Alabama freight train.

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College sports wires

Shaqiri brace gives Stoke 2nd straight EPL win

Stoke is slowly moving away from danger as Xherdan Shaqiri’s brilliant brace secured back-to-back English Premier League wins for the Potters, whose 2-0 victory sent Hull into the bottom three on Saturday.

Shea Weber quickly making his presence felt in Montreal

Shea Weber didn’t have to turn far to get the lowdown on Montreal upon learning he had been traded to the Canadiens.

VCU, Flying Squirrels hoping to build $55M baseball stadium

Virginia Commonwealth University and the Richmond Flying Squirrels are planning to work together to help fund an approximately $55 million baseball stadium.

“One of the greatest things to happen to me in my life,” said Barkley, a Tigers standout in the early 1980s.

The Virginia football coach made his first public comments since a federal lawsuit was filed alleging hazing within the program.

The No. 22 Tar Heels were in control for much of a 35-14 victory.

Terrapins are 13-0-2 with two regular season matches remaining.

The injury ends the college career of one of the most decorated players in program history.

"Brian will lead this team out of the tunnel opening day next year," Jack Swarbrick says.

The over-under could be the highest we've seen in decades.

The No. 24 Midshipmen will host Memphis to open a demanding six-week stretch.

The Tide own a nation-leading 19-game winning streak dating back to last season and rank in the top 20 in offensive and defensive and efficiency.

The stakes are surprising for both a rebuilding Terps team and the struggling Big Ten champion.

The Hokies’ defense sacks touted Miami QB Brad Kaaya eight times while producing 523 yards of total offense.

Not your best look, Hokies fans.

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