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Service Teams/Academies During World War II

Original title: “ History of Service Teams and the Service Academies during World War II”

Subreddit: /r/CFB

Post date: April 17, 2017

Being a longtime supporter of college football and the military, it’s not surprising that the service academies have piqued my interest. 3,210 more words


@TexasFootball‬ knows the value of social branding.

It is easy to spot a social graphic from Texas because they keep their brand consistent and exciting. The use of bold treated photographs helps elevate their brand amongst recruits. 12 more words


A look at ‪@NDFootball ‬graphics.

Notre Dame is making some important moves when it comes to their designs. The use of high quality photographs make a big difference when it comes to social content. 6 more words

College Football's 7 Most Consistently Overrated & Disappointing Teams

When it comes to overrating teams, the college football universe does it like no other sport. From pre-season hype to snagging a big week one win, fans and analysts seem to feel the need to declare teams elite when they clearly aren’t. 627 more words


NC Colleges Not Keeping In-State Football Players Home

We all know the importance of having pipeline states for recruiting when it comes to college football. However, one of the most important things is keeping players in your state home. 358 more words


If College Football Teams Were Infinity War Characters

Marvel’s “Avengers: Infinity War” is one of the biggest movie releases of all time and is the largest of my life so far. Personally, I loved the film. 870 more words


British troops explode onto Canadian Forces Base with live-fire Prairie Storm training

More than 5,000 British soldiers are stirring up a storm in the Prairies during their live-fire training event.

The 32-day program, which takes place on the Canadian Forces Base (CFB) in Suffield, Alta., is just one of four sessions held throughout the year by the British Army Training Unit (BATUS). 289 more words