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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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Oklahoma State v Arizona
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Cady’s Corner – Episode 2 [AUDIO]

Today was the second 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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Texas A&M Leaving Big 12 For SEC But Legal Action Threatened

The college athletic landscape could look drastically different in the next few years.

This morning, the Southeastern Conference presidents voted unanimously to accept Texas A&M as the league's 13th member.  However, the Aggies aren't quite a member of the SEC just yet.

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The New University of Maryland Football Uniforms Are Genius – Here’s Why

Last night, Maryland kicked off the 2011 season with a 32-24 win over Miami.  The Terps also started the year with brand new uniforms - which sparked a national debate.

Are the new Maryland uniforms awful?

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NEW College Football Rankings

After a weekend of hard hitting action on the college gridiron the top teams have slithered out of the cracks.

So where does your team fall?

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College Football Top 25 Weekend Recap

The college football season is underway. Week one was mostly a humdrum affair, with Notre Dame and TCU suffering the biggest upsets among ranked teams. Here’s a complete look at how the top 25 did:

#1 Oklahoma 47, Tulsa 14

Junior walk-on RB Dominique Whaley rushed for 131 yards and four touchdowns in the top-ranked Sooners’ season opener. Any chance Tulsa had in the game vanished earlier in the week

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UAlbany Football Loses To Colgate In Season Opener

The UAlbany football team suffered a heart-breaking loss in their season opener on Saturday night.

Nate Eachus scored on a one-yard run in overtime to lift Colgate to a 37-34 victory over the Great Danes at Andy Kerr Stadium in Hamilton.

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Ohio State v Wisconsin
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Cady’s Corner – Episode 1 [AUDIO]

Today was the debut 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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Former Miami Football Player Kelvin Harris Interview

Brian Sinkoff was joined on "Sound-off with Sinkoff" Monday by former University of Miami football player Kelvin Harris.

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Miami Declares Several Football Players Ineligible

A source close to the team has confirmed to ESPN.com's Heather Dinich that Miami has declared a number of its football players ineligible until they are reinstated by the NCAA.

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New Show Coming Soon On “The Team”

The college football season kicks off in two weeks, and 104.5 "The Team" has a brand new show to get you ready for all the action. Every Saturday morning, you can tune in to "Cady's Corner," a one-hour show preparing you for all the gridiron action with your host Brian Cady.

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University of Miami Booster Says He Provided Perks to 72 Athletes Over the Past Eight Years

A booster for the University of Miami told Yahoo! Sports that he provided cash and benefits to dozens of the school’s athletes over the past decade.

Nevin Shapiro, who’s serving a 20-year sentence for his role in a Ponzi scheme, said that some of the school’s coaches knew about the under-the-table gifts. The gifts included cash, prostitutes, entertainment costs, jewelry, and even, in one case, an abortion for a stripper whom a player impregnated.

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