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The Top 5 quarterback groups in college football for 2015

March is here, which means around the country college football teams have either already begun spring practice or will do so soon. Each team enters spring practice with the optimism that they can improve on their 2014 campaign and the hope that they will contend for a bowl, their conference title, or even the College Football Playoff. 914 more words

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Alabama's most intriguing storyline: Figuring out the quarterback situation

As the Alabama Crimson Tide attempts to retool both sides of the ball, head coach Nick Saban and offensive coordinator are left in largely the same position as last season. 162 more words


Jim Harbaugh Helped Two Women Involved in a Rollover Accident on the Highway

Jim Harbaugh helped two accident victims on Tuesday afternoon. There were at least 50 accidents on Southeast Michigan roads today and Harbaugh happened upon a car that had rolled over on I-94. 54 more words

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LSU's most intriguing storyline: Brandon Harris or Anthony Jennings?

While there are questions along the defense, LSU’s quarterback situation remains the biggest storyline heading into next season.

Although both quarterbacks were relatively unimpressive last season, sophomore Anthony Jennings held onto the starting position in nearly every game. 146 more words


Jim Harbaugh is excited about Judge Judy's new contract extension as a "devout fan"

Jim Harbaugh’s return to Ann Arbor as Michigan’s head coach has also brought back Harbaugh’s strange Twitter musings, and he most recently offered up a congrats and his excitement that Judge Judy got a contract extension through 2020. 167 more words

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NFL analyst: Baylor QB Petty may have best arm in draft

Jon Gruden, the ESPN pro football analyst and former NFL head coach, likes Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty.

Petty will be one of five quarterbacks featured in his popular “Gruden’s QB Camp” show as part of ESPN’s leadup to the draft. 270 more words


Baylor to play 6-foot-7, 390 pound former lineman at H-Back and Tight End in 2015

Baylor’s LaQuan McGowan is one of college football’s largest players at 6-foot-7, 390 pounds and spent the last two years as a backup offensive guard. McGowan became the darling of the college football world in the Cotton Bowl last year when he caught a touchdown pass, and it seems as though the Baylor coaching staff is thinking he could be of more use to them as an eligible receiver than he is just blocking. 72 more words

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