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Kansas Football Unveils New Crimson and Chrome Uniforms

Kansas football unveiled its new crimson and chrome football uniforms for the 2014 season featuring a bright look with chrome outlines for the numbers and a new logo on the helmets. The players were enthusiastic about the new duds at a recent unveiling, with the polished metal facemask really catching their eye. However, some people on Twitter were not fans of the new look.  What do you think of these? [Kansas Jayhawks]Read more College Football news on BleacherReport.com
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Ohio State Basketball: Biggest Takeaways from Buckeyes’ Bahamas Trip

As far as preseason business trips go, the Ohio State basketball team couldn’t have picked a better location than the Bahamas. The Buckeyes took advantage of an NCAA rule that allows college basketball squads to take an international trip once every four years. Along the way, Thad Matta’s bunch received 10 extra practices and dismantled the Bahamas All-Stars, 88-66, and the Providence Storm, 115-63. They managed to have some fun also, as the OSU Basketball Twitter page ...
Posted by Michelle Bruton on August-12-2014 Add Comments

College Football Playoff 2014: Projecting Final Playoff Contenders

With the introduction of the playoff system in 2014, college football will undergo one of the most significant shake-ups in its history, with the goal of instituting a merit-based system that ensures every FBS team has access to the playoff.  A selection committee comprised of 13 individuals with experience as coaches, student athletes, athletic directors and more will create rankings seven times each year and will ultimately choose four teams for the playoff based on "strength of ...
Posted by Chris Roling on August-12-2014 Add Comments

College Football Predictions 2014: Breaking Down Sleeper Heisman Candidates

For the second consecutive year, a Heisman winner returns to reclaim his throne atop the realm of collegiate football. Except the task continues to become more difficult with each passing year. Jameis Winston is the defending champ at the moment, but as ESPN Stats & Info's Sharon Katz notes, he—like many who attempted a repeat bid before—simply set the bar too high for himself: There have been 13 players who returned to college football the year after ...
Posted by Thad Novak on August-12-2014 Add Comments

Kentucky Basketball: Biggest Takeaways from Wildcats’ Routs of Puerto Rico

Kentucky basketball opened its preseason Bahamas trip by demolishing Puerto Rico, 74-49, on Sunday, then doubled down on Tuesday with a 93-57 win. The losing side was fielding the reserves from its national team, but the decisiveness of the wins still sends a message that the preseason hype surrounding this Wildcats squad is not just wishful thinking. Obviously, any conclusions drawn from two exhibition games have to be taken with a serious grain of salt. That ...
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Alabama TE O.J. Howard Cuts Snickers from His Diet, Replaces with Ice Cream

Alabama tight end O.J. Howard is on a strict no-Snickers diet. The only problem is that he basically just found a roundabout way to enjoy his favorite desserts. This actually is a serious power move from the 6'6", 240-pound tight end that we think should be applauded.  [Twitter, h/t College Spun]Read more College Football news on BleacherReport.com
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3 Things We’ve Learned About Michigan Through Fall Camp so Far

With more than a full week of fall practices in the books, the Michigan Wolverines are beginning to show their true colors. Of course, the full brilliance of the maize and blue probably won’t be clear for several weeks; but Team 135 is making strides each day, according to quarterback Shane Morris, cornerbacks Jourdan Lewis and Blake Countess and defensive lineman Matt Godin. In essence, they all said similar things during media day festivities Sunday—their team is ...
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Jameis Winston Won’t Run Away with 2014 Heisman Trophy

All Jameis Winston did in 2013 was set national freshman records with 4,057 passing yards and 40 passing touchdowns, win the Heisman Trophy by the fifth-largest percentage points margin ever (32) and lead Florida State to a national title. It’s not supposed to be that easy for anyone, let alone a mere freshman. For as impressive as Winston was last year, his journey to a potential 2014 Heisman Trophy will be much more complicated. That’s not an ...
Posted by Mike Chiari on August-12-2014 Add Comments

Trent Thompson to Georgia: Bulldogs Land 5-Star DT Prospect

The biggest chip of the 2015 college football recruiting class has fallen, as defensive tackle Trent Thompson committed to Georgia Tuesday, according to The Macon Telegraph's Seth Emerson: Per 247Sports' composite ratings, the product of Westover High School in Albany, Georgia, is a 5-star recruit who ranks as the top defensive tackle and the No. 2 overall prospect in the nation, so there is no question that landing him is a major coup. Thompson has been highly ...
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No. 1 DT Trent Thompson Commits to Georgia; Adds Incredible Power to D-Line

The No. 2 overall recruit in the 2015 class, Trent Thompson, has committed to the Georgia Bulldogs. The 6'4", 292-pound defensive lineman is a huge get for the Bulldogs after they missed out on some notable in-state recruits the past few years.  Watch Bleacher Report's Michael Felder and Barrett Sallee break down what Thompson's commitment means for Georgia. Recruit rankings from 247Sports' composite.Read more College Football news on BleacherReport.com