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No. 11 Houston drops an embarrassing game to officially end their Playoff hopes

Houston’s hopes of getting to the College Football Playoff were slim after a loss to Navy a couple of weeks ago. However, with Louisville still on the schedule, there was still some hope for the Cougars that 12-1 might might enough to get in if enough pieces fall around them. 157 more words

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UCF gives ultimate insult to UConn by not waiting to accept "rivalry" trophy after win

Normally, when two teams are involved in a rivalry they want to win the trophy that’s involved. Well, UCF was not terribly excited about winning the “Civil Conflict” because they weren’t ever interested in a rivalry with UConn. 173 more words

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Harry says... (scared mum)

Recently Harry had a fall in his walker that resulted in a precautionary visit to the emergency department. He’s absolutely fine, but there was a special moment that I want to remember. 513 more words

Harry Says



My inclination was to catch it   The last yellow

butterfly known to mankind   There in the park… 223 more words



Thats right folks. It’s the biggest, made up by one team and not really understood or agreed upon by the other team, rivalry in college football today. 167 more words

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AAC Photos Part 1

These are half of the photos from AAC. MadAliceCries will be uploading the other half.

Thank you to all the cosplayers that let us take their photo. 7 more words


AAC commissioner says league profile boosted by Big 12 expansion process

STORRS, Conn. — American Athletic Conference Commissioner Mike Aresco noted the difference on Tuesday.

His conference, which a day before had been facing the potential loss of two or even four of its highest-profile programs to the Big 12, finds itself in a stronger position after the Power Five league decided not to add anyone, he said. 547 more words

Presto NCAA