NCAA FBS games averaged 3 percent fewer people in 2017 than 2016, the largest drop in 34 years.

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What we’ve come to champion of athletes today pales juxtaposed to what so many did in the cauldron of the late ‘60s civil rights movement.

How would two men who feuded before their opener last year manage to co-exist?

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Mayfield rejects Manziel comparisons with NFL combine near

Baker Mayfield doesn’t like comparisons to Johnny Manziel, although the Heisman Trophy winner from Oklahoma wasn’t surprised by them after an arrest and other antics during his time with the Sooners.

College football attendance dips, but Purdue gets Brohm bump

Buoyed by turnaround season, Purdue bucked a trend in college football by increasing attendance by more 13,000 fans per game in 2017 — and, in the process, banked an extra $2.5 million in revenue compared to 2016.

Arkansas State sues Miami following canceled game

Arkansas State has sued Miami and is seeking $650,000 in damages for failing to reschedule the football game in Jonesboro that was canceled in September because of concerns about Hurricane Irma.

Not even Nick Saban and Tua Tagovailoa could convince Princeton commit Brevin White to flip to the Crimson Tide.

The son and former assistant coach of Art Briles, who was accused in court documents of trying to use sex to recruit players to Baylor, is now offensive coordinator at Houston.

Kolby Listenbee is seeking more than $1 million, saying Coach Gary Patterson and others hurt his pro prospects.

Offensive coordinator Ivin Jasper's teenage son, Jarren, had been on the transplant list for months.

ESPN investigation finds Mark Hollis's department has mishandled allegations against Spartans athletes.

He was expected to start for the Cougars next season.

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A once-forgotten fifth-round draft pick from Maryland has joined the Vikings pantheon.

The football coach was back on campus and held a staff meeting after interviewing for the Wildcats job. Chet Gladchuk said, “I do not know what is fact versus fiction.”

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The voice of the broadcaster, who died Friday night at 89, both shaped and transcended college football.

The legendary college football broadcaster died Friday at age 89.

Here are the stories that didn't make newspapers around the country — when Georgia won the national championship.

There may be compelling reasons to give the NFL another try, but he'd be leaving a sure thing with the Crimson Tide.

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