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UAlbany’s Cole King Named Conference Rookie of the Week

U-Albany’s Cole King has been named the Northeast Conference Rookie of the Week in football. The redshirt freshman wide receiver caught five passes for 102 yards and two touchdowns in last Saturday’s 41-20 victory against Saint Francis (PA).

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QB Andrew Luck Takes Over Play-Calling Duties for Stanford

Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck has heard of lot of comparisons to Peyton Manning during his time under center for the Cardinal. But now he has another fact in common with the Colts’ injured superstar that is rare in the NFL and almost unheard of in college. Like Manning, Luck is now calling his own plays.

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Kirk Cousins
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Cady’s Corner – Episode Five [AUDIO]

Today was the fifth week of "Cady's Corner," a 1-hour show covering all of the major headlines and games in College Football. Brian Cady will host the show every Saturday morning from 10-11am during the season, breaking down local and national teams every week.

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UAlbany Punter Named National Punter of the Week

 

U-Albany’s Paul Layton has been named National Co-Punter of the Week, and was also recognized by the Northeast Conference as Special Teams Player of the Week.

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Union College’s Gallo Named Player of the Week

Union College senior wide receiver Justin Gallo has been named the Liberty League Co-Offensive Performer of the Week for his performance in Union's 41-34 win at Rochester on September 24. Gallo shares the honor with Hobart's Nick Strang.

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Texas A&M Will Join the SEC in 2012

After weeks of rumors, Texas A&M is set to leave the Big 12 and to join the SEC, the league said on Sunday. The move will go into effect next July.

“We are excited to begin competition in the nation’s premier athletic conference,” Texas A&M President R. Bowen Loftin said in a statement.

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College Football Top 25 Weekend Recap – Week Four

Week four’s games featured our first handful of conference matchups, some great individual performances and one instant classic featuring two top 10 teams. Here is this week’s wrap-up from the top 25

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Garrett Gilbert
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Texas Longhorns Lose QB For The Season

Over the first three weeks of the college football season, one of the most intriguing storylines in the Big 12 was the shuffling of starting quarterbacks by the Texas Longhorns. Well on Tuesday, we learned that the competition has gone from a 3-horse race to just two.

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Notre Dame Winless No More

Notre Dame was able to beat No. 15 Michigan State 31-13 on Saturday.  The Irish proved that one key category isn't always as important as people make it out to be.

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Auburn v Clemson
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Cady’s Corner – Episode 3 [AUDIO]

Today was the third week of "Cady's Corner," a 1-hour show covering all of the major headlines and games in College Football. Brian Cady will host the show every Saturday morning from 10-11am during the season, breaking down local and national teams every week.

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Mississippi State Cancels Classes in Anticipation of Football Game Against LSU

Academics are all fine and dandy, but they don’t supersede Mississippi State’s football rivalry with LSU.

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NCAA Rules Siena Basketball’s Lionel Gomis, Imoh Silas Ineligible For Season

It looks like the Siena men's basketball team will be a much smaller club when they take the court this season.

The NCAA has ruled that freshman forwards Lionel Gomis and Imoh Silas both ineligible for the 2011-12 campaign.  However, both players will be allowed to return to the Saints roster next season.

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