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- UConn updates its look for 2015
- Michigan State’s bronze uniform look is growing on me
- Video: Eric LeGrand’s latest achievement unlocked
- UNC’s new uniforms actually make argyle pretty cool
- TCU’s new uniforms for 2015 unveiled
- Who wins a football title first, Wisconsin or Duke? Neither?
- Big Ten looks for first championship double dip in 62 years
- The Big Ten and what to do with the state of Indiana
- Picking the NIT using football logic
Morning Bump and Run [5.14.2012] – Boom goes the ACC
- Updated: May 14, 2012
Florida State ready to leave the ACC?
Just when you though the weekend was going slowly, this article from Warchant.com gets everyone hopping with the possibility that Florida State will leave the ACC for the Big 12, quite possibly one of the most successful pieces ever written on the Rivals.com network. In short, Florida State Board of Trustees Chair Andy Haggard ripped the ACC for not exploring more lucrative options in their new television contract with ESPN, which looked good on paper at first but actually lacked financial benefits that play in favor of a school like Florida State.
The statements made by Haggard led Florida State to issue a statement with regret of the misinformation that was quickly put to the test by some, and reaffirmed their commitment to the ACC. But it does seem that if there was anything that was going to persuade Florida State to leave the ACC, the television deal may have been it. Dan Wetzel suggests it was the last straw.
Speaking of the Big 12, the Red River Rivalry will stay in the Cotton Bowl through 2020. This is good for college football.
Pittsburgh is suing the Big East. Hey, it worked for West Virginia.
Some disturbing news coming out of Los Angeles, where Idaho wide receiver Ken McRoyal was found shot to death.
This video should get you SEC fans ready for the fall. And who else is ready for the epic clash between Missouri and South Carolina, which Steve Spurrier says will be a trophy game called Battle of the Columbias?
Liberty University is ready to make a move for the FBS.
Nittany Lions Den looks back at the 2006 Orange Bowl, a triple overtime match-up between coaching icons Joe Paterno and Bobby Bowden.
Nebraska is using iPads to record video and break down practice film on the spot.
We are now halfway through the month of May, which means we are getting just a little closer to the start of the next college football season yet. Hang in there kid.
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