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No. 12 FSU hosts NC State to headline ACC’s Week 4 schedule

Things to watch in the Atlantic Coast Conference in Week 4: GAME OF THE WEEK: North Carolina State at No. 12 Florida State. The Wolfpack (3-1) started the year as an Atlantic Division dark horse thanks to plenty of returning veterans and a strong defensive front. N.C. State gets its first shot at one of the division heavyweights when it ...

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Bulldogs vs. Bulldogs matchup features 2 unbeaten teams

Things to watch in the Southeastern Conference in Week 4: GAME OF THE WEEK: No. 17 Mississippi State at No. 11 Georgia: The first matchup between the SEC’s two sets of Bulldogs since 2011 features a pair of undefeated teams. This is the first time Georgia and Mississippi State have met when both teams were ranked. Mississippi State is coming ...

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Noah Johnson Has A Window Of Opportunity That Is Still Open

Noah Johnson is not losing sight of his dream to play college football. Without any offers as a junior at Klein Forest High School (Houston, Texas), he still is motivated to get better and make his dream come true. He credits former Los Angeles Raider and Kansas City Chief running back, Harvey Williams, for believing in him when nobody else ...

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Fast frosh Frogs: Reagor, Snell speedy impacts at No. 16 TCU

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — TCU coach Gary Patterson was getting frustrated with his linebackers during preseason practice when they had pursuit angles on Kenedy Snell, and then were unable to tackle the 5-foot-8 freshman running back. “Now I saw why we didn’t catch him,” Patterson said. “He can really get up and go.” Snell turned a short pass into ...

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FBS sees huge spike in targeting penalty enforcement so far

College football’s Bowl Subdivision has seen a 73 percent increase in the number of targeting penalties enforced through the first three weeks of the season compared with the same point in 2016. National coordinator of officials Rogers Redding said Wednesday that 55 targeting penalties have been enforced in 214 games (0.26 per game). Last year at this time, 35 targeting ...

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Hot seats not cooling for SEC coaches like Sumlin, Malzahn

The Southeastern Conference coaches who entered the season facing questions about their job security haven’t done much to quiet them. In fact, the heat from fans has intensified around coaches like Texas A&M’s Kevin Sumlin, Auburn’s Gus Malzahn, Arkansas’ Bret Bielema and Tennessee’s Butch Jones . The season’s only about a quarter of the way done so much could change ...

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Cephus emerging as Badgers’ top wide receiver

Before the season began, you’d likely have found most people to think that Jazz Peavy was going to be the No. 1 wide receiver for the Wisconsin Badgers this season. Through three games, and especially after the BYU game, that thinking certainly has changed. While Peavy has struggled to be a part of Wisconsin’s offense (four receptions for 56 yards), ...

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Montana, Montana State embrace Big Sky opportunities

(STATS) – Montana and Montana State can turn the Big Sky title race upside down from the start on Saturday, but as traditional powers in the conference, it would fit with what they’ve long done. They’re facing the Big Sky’s 2016 co-champions, with Montana State (0-2) paying a visit to No. 17 North Dakota (1-2) in Grand Forks and Montana ...

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