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A scary injury to Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin has forced the NFL to essentially press pause on the regular season, and rightfully so. Here's hoping we hear Hamlin has a clear path to a full recovery soon. Reigning national champion Georgia will defend its title against upstart TCU next Monday and bring another college football season to a close. The final order of the 2023 NFL draft is ...

NEW ORLEANS — One of the biggest football games in Kansas State history ended in disappointment on Saturday inside the Superdome. The Alabama Crimson Tide flexed their blue-blood muscles and dismantled the Wildcats, 45-20, for a blowout victory in front of 60,437 at the Sugar Bowl. K-State jumped out to a 10-0 lead, and the thousands of purple-clad fans who made the trek to New Orleans for ...

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With four weeks remaining in the NFL's regular season, the Houston Texans are an odds-on favorite to secure the top overall pick in the 2023 NFL draft. This shouldn't surprise anyone. Most of us expected the Texans to be the worst team in the league. The intrigue currently comes with three potential playoff teams possibly picking in the top five. One of those teams (Eagles) have already ...

I just finished putting up my Christmas tree, which means two things. First, my wife and stepdaughter need to hurry up and finalize their Christmas lists. Second, it's officially mock draft season! When I began analyzing the NFL draft over a decade ago many probably believed I was nuts for posting mock drafts before the college football or NFL season was even over. Indeed, they must have ...

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Welcome to The Top 25, a weekly rundown of the best of college football. Each week, The Baltimore Sun will break down the top games, players and teams to watch, from the Power Five to the Group of Five. Here’s what to know for Week 7: 5 games to watch — No. 10 Penn State at No. 5 Michigan (Saturday, noon, Fox): While the Nittany Lions have won two of the past three meetings against the ...

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The status of Alabama quarterback Bryce Young remains uncertain for the third-ranked Crimson Tide's visit to No. 6 Tennessee on Saturday. The reigning Heisman Trophy winner did not play last week in Alabama's 24-20 win over Texas A&M because of an injury to his right (throwing) shoulder. He got hurt during the previous game against Arkansas. Coach Nick Saban said after practice on Wednesday, "Bryce continues to practice a little bit more. We've got him on a little bit of a pitch count just to kind of wean him back into it and see how it goes. So we expect him to do even a little more tomorrow. That's all I really have to say about that." Jalen Milroe played in Young's spot last week and completed 12 of 19 passes for 111 yards and three touchdowns with one interception. The Crimson Tide were held scoreless on their final four possessions and held on after the Aggies reached their 2-yard line in the final seconds. Tennessee coach Josh Heupel said of Young and Milroe, "I think you have to prepare for both of them. You have to have a plan even if you know who the starter is because you know there's gonna be some things that are different depending on if the other guy goes into the football game. "For us, starting with Coach (Tim) Banks and our defensive staff and our players, understanding who's in and the types of things that you're gonna see. Obviously, our calls may adjust in situations based on who the QB is, but you have to prepare for both of them anyways." Young has completed 67.2 percent of his passes for 1,202 yards with 14 TDs and three interceptions. Milroe has a 60.9 percent completion rate for 262 yards with five scoring passes and two interceptions. The Crimson Tide (6-0, 3-0 Southeastern Conference) slipped out of the top spot in the rankings this week after the tight escape vs. Texas A&M. The Volunteers (5-0, 2-0) have their highest ranking of the season this week after routing then-No. 25 LSU 40-13 last week. --Field Level Media

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The Los Angeles Times will highlight the top college football games worth watching each week. Here's a rundown of six games in Week 6 of the 2022 season that should be worth your viewing time. All times are Pacific. No. 17 Texas Christian (4-0) at No. 19 Kansas (5-0) In this Big 12 encounter, the Horned Frogs bring the best offense in the country (8.33 yards per play directed by quarterback ...

A year ago, on this same second Saturday night of the college football season, I sat down to write a column demanding that a very nice man lose his job. Looking back, the shocking thing was that I didn’t feel bad or hesitant as I was writing it. Clay Helton had plenty of time to prove to his preposterously patient bosses he was the right man to lead USC football, and when the Trojans were ...

FORT WORTH, Texas — The 20.5-point underdog Texas Longhorns played their best game defensively in more than a decade, and it’s a not a coincidence Gary Patterson was on the field. The former TCU head coach serves as an “analyst” to UT defensive coordinator Pete Kwiatkowski. Sorry, Pete, but you signed on for this. On Saturday against No. 1 Alabama, unranked Texas lost 20-19 on a last-minute ...

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