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The U Is Officially Back #TNM

I’ve seen enough, I’m calling it now, I’m taking my shot and yelling it loud and proud! The U is officially back!  The swagger, the noise, the hype all of it is back like it never left and I am here for it.   304 more words

Former Pitt Fullback George Aston Slaps Pitt Logo On Penn State Helmet

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PASADENA (KDKA) — A former Pitt Fullback is spreading his school pride to the helmet of one of team’s biggest rivals. 87 more words


San Jose State football receives $1 million gift from SJSU alumnus

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By: Ana Kieu

SAN JOSE, Calif. — San Jose State University was pleased to announce Wednesday that they received a $1 million gift commitment from alumnus Kevin Swanson (’87 Finance), and his wife Sandy Swanson. 894 more words


Jalen Hurts to Oklahoma!

On Wednesday Jalen Hurts announces that he will be transferring to the University of Oklahoma. With Hurts transferring to OU he will follow back to back Heisman trophy winners, Kyler Murray and Baker Mayfield. 322 more words


Brandon Wimbush Grad Transfers to UCF: Finally Has a Chance at National Title

With uncertainty in McKenzie Milton’s future, UCF has secured a major grad transfer next season in Brandon Wimbush. Wimbush started every game for Notre Dame in 2017 (UCF’s National Title season) and three games this past season before being replaced by Ian Book. 168 more words

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Jalen Hurts Transfer Decision Announced

In a surprising turn of events, Jalen Hurts is heading to Oklahoma for his final year of eligibility. Many prophesized the former starter at Alabama, who subsequently lost his starting job to then-freshman standout and sophomore Heisman runner-up Tua Tagovailoa, to attend the likes of Maryland, Miami or TCU. 866 more words


Jalen Hurts to Oklahoma

Well, it’s official. Former Quarterback of Alabama, Jalen Hurts, will be transferring to Oklahoma. His decision was first announced by the Players Tribune. He will be eligible to play immediately as a grad transfer. 163 more words

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