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The juxtaposition of gods on the fields and the gods in the sky is at the center of the scandal that brought down the football coach. It has been with college football its entire history.

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The football coach's resignation in public shame unspooled like a great big Southern novel.

With the team again in college football’s fast lane, the players who stayed in the wake of crippling penalties have entered program folklore.

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Tennessee’s Bob Shoop: Lawsuit won’t be a distraction

Tennessee defensive coordinator Bob Shoop doesn’t expect a lawsuit filed against him by his former employer to be a distraction as the Volunteers’ defense attempts to bounce back from a disappointing season.

Coastal’s Moglia to miss Sun Belt gathering

Coastal Carolina coach Joe Moglia will miss the Sun Belt Conference’s yearly football gathering after having a precautionary medical procedure.

Matt Luke tries to pull together shattered Ole Miss program

The task of pulling together Mississippi’s shattered football program is now in the hands of interim coach Matt Luke.

A Mississippi official said the school had discovered “a pattern of personal misconduct inconsistent with the standards we have come to expect from the leader of our football team.”

The “ferocious” look is certainly worth its weight in gold.

Among Sinor's self-touted accolades are the “amazing hang time” of his punts and that he “likes cool dogs.”

At ACC media days, the wideout embraced a starring role for an offense that will replace its quarterback and three of its top four receivers.

Bronco Mendenhall sets no timetable for changing fortunes in Charlottesville.

Scott Frantz will be one of only two openly gay players in college football's top level this season.

Maryland sends a high percentage of its athletes in nearly every sport to Division I college programs.

Strength and conditioning coaches like the relentlessy intense Rick Court are crucial and increasingly well-paid figures in getting the team ready for the season.

The Terrapins, who are on pace for a second straight top-25 recruiting class, have recently secured commitments from some of the D.C. area's top prospects.

Darren Carrington has reportedly been suspended indefinitely after being arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants.

NCAA claims victory, blasts Penn State coach's family for four-year waste of 'time, effort, and financial resources.'

This high school was in Alabama, and Jones went on to play for Nick Saban. Roll Tide.

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