Preseason AP Top 25 College Football Poll Unveiled

The Associated Press revealed its preseason rankings on Sunday, with few surprises atop the list — as the who’s who of college football remain supreme. College Football: Associated Press Preseason Poll Rank Team Points First-Place Votes 1 Alabama 1,469 33 2 Clemson 1,443 16 3 Oklahoma 1,352 4 4 Florida State 1,325 5 5 LSU

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SEC commish Mike Slive To Retire In ’15

Mike Slive will retire as commissioner of the Southeastern Conference on July 31, 2015, as he battles a recurrence of prostate cancer for which he was treated in the late 1990s. “I have been blessed in more ways than I can count and I will have as much passion for this job on my last

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Kentucky DE Lloyd Tubman Suspended After Being Charged With Rape (Mugshot)

Kentucky freshman defensive end Lloyd Tubman has been indefinitely from the Wildcats’ football team after being charged with rape according to ESPN.com. Tubman was accused of sexually assaulting a female student on Thursday at 11:45 a.m. in a residence hall. “Obviously, I’m very concerned about the allegations and all parties involved,” coach Mark Stoops said in

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NCAA Board Adopts Policy Giving 5 Power Conferences More Power

The NCAA Division I Board of Directors on Thursday voted to put in place a measure that will change how schools and conferences will be able to govern themselves in the future. In a move that’s not shocking to anyone involved, The new governing structure within the organization will allow the Power 5 conferences — ACC, Big 12,

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Arkansas Head Coach Bret Bielema: No-Huddle Offenses Aren’t Safe

Bret Bielema left Wisconsin for Arkansas, and he brought with him an attitude and the ability to agitate SEC coaches like none other. After taking a shot at Alabama head coach Nick Saban, Bielema and the Crimson Tide may have found the one thing that they have in common. They both dislike the no-huddle offense.  According

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