Being on national TV has helped the school highlight their programs, which help deaf children navigate their way through the rest of society… read more

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College Football Playoff Projection has four teams in sights

The projected College Football Playoff field is an ever-shifting pool of teams. But the 13-person Football Four Playoff Projection panel is not wavering on one piece of the four-team lineup. Alabama is the unanimous projected top seed… read more

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Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh leads college football coaches in salary

USA Today released its annual survey of college football coaches’ salaries on Wednesday, and a new name is at the top. Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh is making… read more

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Poll: Main reason for NFL ratings drop due to players kneeling during anthem

According to a Seton Hall poll conducted this week, the leading factor in declining viewership is due to players not standing for the national anthem, followed closely by the presidential election…. read more

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Here are five reasons why the quality of NFL football stinks right now

There are various theories being floated about what’s wrong with football, but like Aaron Rodgers’ struggles in Green Bay, no one is entirely sure what the issue is… read more

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Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliott reportedly interviewed by NFL regarding domestic violence claims

Tiffany Thompson, Elliott’s then-girlfriend of a few months, claimed the former Ohio State star abused her on five separate occasions in Ohio between July 17-22… read more

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Michigan, Michigan State players raise fists during national anthem

Players for Michigan and Michigan State raised their fists during the national anthem at each team’s respective home game Saturday. Three Michigan State players — running back Delton Williams, safety Kenney Lyke and defensive end Gabe Sherrod — held their right fists in the air while standing for the anthem before the…read more

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College football’s Week 4 winners and losers

Even when they’re good, the Wisconsin Badgers rarely blow you away. It’s more of a workmanlike program, built on efficient defense and a traditional offense without much flash. But Saturday’s 30-6 victory at No. 8 Michigan State is the kind of eye-popping score that might make you think the Big Ten has another…read more

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The NFL Wants More Women On The Field

While women compose an ever-growing portion of the National Football League’s fan base, they’ve struggled to land coaching or officiating roles in a sport traditionally dominated by men. This month, league officials continued their push to address gender inequality by formally appointing Sam Rapoport, a longtime NFL employee and former women’s professional football…read more

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ON FOOTBALL: NFL better served with suspensions than fines?

Hitting millionaires with fines that barely make a dent in their wallets doesn’t measure up to the dents those players are making in opponents. Ejections and suspensions might be far more effective in the NFL. Already this season, we’ve seen enough egregious hits and subsequent fines…read more

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15 must-read fantasy football stats for Week 3

Welcome to “Frelund’s 15,” where each week analytics expert Cynthia Frelund provides you with her 15 must-read stats for the upcoming slate of NFL games. These might not be end-all, be all stats for making a start or sit decision for your fantasy team, but they’re here to help you understand the matchups and make the most informed lineup decisions…read more

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7 teams facing disaster in Week 4 of the college football season

It’s only Week 4 of the college football season, but for certain teams and programs, the pressure is already ratcheted up. And because of it, that’s why — as we do every week at — it’s time to look at which teams are facing disaster heading into this weekend…read more

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College football: Miami (Fla.) announces plans for new indoor practice facility

Miami (Fla.) will be the latest football program to see major improvements in its facilities, as the Hurricanes announced their plans Friday for the Carol Soffer Football Indoor Practice Facility. The facility will span 81,800 square feet and will include two outdoor turf practice fields that connect to the indoor portion that includes…read more

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Week 3 NFL injury report full of big names Abdullah, Brandon Marshall, Arian Foster

Week 2 was an injury-loaded affair that could alter the fantasy landscape after just two matchups. No one was immune to the problem, as quarterbacks, running backs and receivers alike all fell victim to the injury bug. Adrian Peterson: The former MVP was carried off the field in Minnesota’s home opener after suffering a…read more

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College football: OSU, Alabama are in a class by themselves

Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer could have a bridge to sell you, maybe one leading to some prime oceanfront property in Bowling Green. He could request your help transferring the funds of a Nigerian prince. Or he could tell you the youngest major college team in years would be a championship contender before the…read more

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College football: Williams finds role in Va. Tech backfield after injuries

All of the emotional phone calls with her son and daily reminders of just how challenging his rehabilitation was didn’t compare to the times Tracey Williams actually would see her youngest baby nearly every other weekend in Blacksburg…read more

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College football afflicted by multiple chronic ills

Whether I’m at a coffee shop or the gun range or Pilates class, I always get the same two questions: 1. How come you’re so much better looking in person than on TV? 2. What’s wrong with college football?…read more

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11 college football coaches on the hot seat heading into Week 4

A quarter of the season is gone for some college football teams — seriously — and we’re starting to get a good idea of some teams’ identity around the college football landscape.
Unfortunately for these coaches, that identity might result in them losing their jobs in the coming months…read more

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Browns’ McCown to undergo MRI, in ‘excruciating pain’

Is the Cody Kessler era upon us? Josh McCown played through a shoulder issue on Sunday, but according to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport, is still in “excruciating pain” and will undergo an MRI Monday. Kessler, drafted in the third round this year out of USC, is the only option left for head coach Hue Jackson should McCown’s injury be serious…read more

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NFL Week 2 – Adrian Peterson’s knee injury has ‘calmed down’; Patriots win, lose QB and now face a daunting task

On “Sunday Night Football,” the Minnesota Vikings opened their new stadium with a victory over the rival Green Bay Packers, but they were dealt a tremendous blow when Adrian Peterson went down with a knee injury in the third quarter.  The Minnesota running back was helped off the field and left the locker room on crutches…read more

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