Category: NCAAFB

LSU will keep Les Miles if they know what's good for them

LSU will keep Les Miles if they know what's good for them
After LSU dropped their third straight game in a loss to Ole Miss on Saturday rumors have circulated about the dismissal of Les Miles as head coach. Rumors like these surrounding losing streaks in major college football programs are common, but the idea of LSU dropping Les is completely insane...

Notre Dame releases new field turf design

Notre Dame releases new field turf design
Notre Dame has released a photo of the field turf design at Notre Dame Stadium for the 2014 season. It was announced in April that Notre Dame would install field turf after the natural grass surface had to be replaced four times during 2013. The field looks very similar to Notre Dame’s classic design. The... Read more »

“It’s Gotta be the shoes”

“It’s Gotta be the shoes”
In the recent development of Under Armour adding Notre Dame to their repertoire of schools they dress on the field, it got me thinking about which apparel provider is ahead of the game and if the logo on the uniform is a contributing factor to a team’s success. Off the top of your head you... Read more »
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Under Armour and Notre Dame Make Deal

Under Armour and Notre Dame Make Deal
Under Armour and Notre Dame have agreed to the largest shoe and apparel deal in college sports history. The 10-yer deal, which will begin in June, is worth roughly $90 million and marks the end to a 17-year partnership Notre Dame has had with Adidas. The deal with Under Armour is schoolwide, making Notre Dame... Read more »

Ohio State Football Gives Hugs to Local Anchor

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Dom Tiberi, sports director for the CBS affiliate in Columbus, received hugs from members of the Ohio State football team after their victory over Wisconsin 31-24 Saturday night. Tiberi’s daughter has recently passed away. A classy act by Ohio State and a special moment for Dom.

Should Student Athletes Get Paid?

During SEC’s media day, South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier voiced his opinion about giving his student athletes a weekly stipend. He advocated that players receive roughly $300 per game for “pocket money” and to help with parents’ travel expenses to see their kids play. He stated that this is a view that most, if not... Read more »
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