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Texas A&M Exit Could Shake College Football

Tweet Another shake up appears likely for college sports. Texas A&M and the SEC are flirting. The Texas school and the Southeastern Conference have been holding talks, supposedly hatching plans

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Should the Big East Pursue Army & Navy?

Tweet College sports, particularly football, is in transition. Beginning on July 1, the University of Nebraska will move to the Big Ten Conference. This move follows other changes which includes

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Restoking the Conference Expansion Fire!

Tweet Plenty of giggles and grins to go around Have you heard the latest news about the college conference expansions?  Yes, we have. How can you miss them…they are becoming

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College Sports: Spring 2010 Round Up

Tweet Ah….The college football season is still four months away while basketball recently concluded. All that is left to follow on the collegiate level is baseball and lacrosse with those

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Men’s Basketball: Let The Real Season Begin!

Tweet I like Division 1 college men’s basketball but I must admit that I don’t start watching games until conference match ups begin. That means from mid-November until about the

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Are You Ready For Some Basketball?

Tweet The men’s (and women’s) college basketball season is just getting underway, a season that starts early, but really doesn’t start to get going until after the New Year. Men’s

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Early Surprises Shake Start Of College FB Season

Tweet The college football season is off to a good start with every school having gotten at least one game under its belt through last weekend. Already, we’re seeing some

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5 Pick ‘Em Surprises For College Football!

Tweet The college football season kicks off in just over a week and with that will come a season that we believe will offer some surprises. 2007 was dramatic in