NCAA Football

Pac-12 Exploring Loan Program if Football is Canceled

The Pac-12 Conference is reportedly exploring a loan program worth up to about $1 billion dollars to help athletic departments bridge the gap until the next media deal if the […]

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NCAA Leaves Fall Up to Divisions, DII and DIII Cancel Championships

The NCAA Board of Governors announced Wednesday it would not make a binding determination on whether fall sports championships will continue, but rather stated that each division will be free […]

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How A Mascot Can Be A Digital Key Component of Fan Engagement

Going back to the cancellation of the 2020 NCAA basketball championships, diehard college sports fans have been searching for ways to engage with their favorite teams and alma maters. Sirius […]

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NFL Expands Life Skills Program to Prep College Players for Life After the Game

The NFL is expanding its College Outreach Program, which aims to help prepare collegiate student-athletes across the country for all that comes after college – whether that means a professional […]

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Big 12 Commissioner Says Football Decisions Must Be Made ‘Between Early June And Late July’

Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby has set a timeline for his conference to make decisions about the upcoming fall football season, citing mid-summer as the window during which decisions must […]

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Georgia Tech Leads Brand-First Push in College Football

When Atlanta native Geoff Collins came back to Georgia Tech in 2019 to take over as the football team’s head coach, he brought with him a traditional focus with a […]

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College Social Accounts Piggyback Off NFL Draft Success

The 2020 NFL Draft operated with few hiccups despite its virtual shift, drawing a record-setting number of viewers across all three days of its coverage. That benefited the league and […]

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NFL Prospects Improvise Draft Training as Virtual Meets Its Limits

NFL prospects have had to think outside the box in terms of draft training to stay in shape after weight rooms, gyms, and training facilities were closed on account of […]

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NFL Scouts Finding Zoom Doesn’t Pass the Eye Test for Player Evaluations

The NFL draft itself is going to be different enough this year – gone are the flashy Las Vegas plans, fountains at the Bellagio, and the handshake with Roger Goodell. […]

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Colleges Fill Pro Day Void With Social Content Ahead of NFL Draft

In the absence of live sports, all eyes have turned to the 2020 NFL Draft. Professional teams are preparing for a virtual draft, fans are adjusting to the idea of […]

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