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Players to pick or pass on in your 2017 fantasy football draft – ESPN

Players to pick or pass on in your 2017 fantasy football draft – ESPN

Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print comment Your success this fantasy season will likely be determined by whether you’re smart (or lucky) enough on draft day to grab that player on the brink of exploding production, that rookie who has fallen into just the right situation or that veteran poised to flourish in new […]

College football conference power rankings and big games that will affect them – CBSSports.com

There is always a lot of crowing about conference supremacy during media days. Whichever league finished the previous season with the most trophies puts them on display and has the chance to use its time at the microphone to fill the empty July news cycle with flattering stories and headlines.  The final years of the […]

Michigan football roster is now the subject of a public records squabble – SB Nation

The Michigan Wolverines haven’t released a roster for the 2017 football season. That’s unusual. Every other team in the country (or pretty close to it) has put out at least a fall camp roster, but Michigan hasn’t offered an official roster update since last season. The Wolverines haven’t put one out in a new media […]

Candid Coaches: Cheating like Wakeyleaks happens often in college football – CBSSports.com

Following in the footsteps of our college basketball brethren here at CBS Sports, college football writers Dennis Dodd, Chip Patterson and Barrett Sallee spoke with one-fifth of the 130 active coaches leading FBS teams entering the 2017 season. They asked for honest opinions on everything from NCAA rules to social issues to their peers in […]

Fumbling my way toward understanding a football-obsessed kid – Chicago Tribune

Ever since my kids have been old enough to play team sports, we’ve had the great good fortune of wonderful, low-stress coaches. No bullies, no yellers, no grandstanders. Just generous grown-ups who volunteer to spend their free time shaping little people into good athletes and, more important, good sports. Every once in a while, we’ll […]

Sorrow and Scrutiny After a Teenager’s Death at Football Practice – New York Times

“My immediate thought is that Navy SEAL training is brutally hard, generally, for men in the mid-20s who are some of the best athletes in the whole world. And most of them don’t make it through the training,” said Dr. Casa, the chief executive of the Korey Stringer Institute, an organization based in Connecticut focused […]

Fantasy Football Marathon diary: Following Matthew Berry – ESPN

Fantasy Football Marathon diary: Following Matthew Berry – ESPN

3:28 PM ET Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print comment Well, I survived my first marathon this week. No, I didn’t run 26.2 miles, something that I’d still like to accomplish one day. This was ESPN’s 28-hour Fantasy Football Marathon, and I had a front-row seat, attached at the hip to Matthew Berry for […]

Candid Coaches: Real talk on referees, college football rules that need changing – CBSSports.com

Following in the footsteps of our college basketball brethren here at CBS Sports, college football writers Dennis Dodd, Chip Patterson and Barrett Sallee spoke with one-fifth of the 130 active coaches leading FBS teams entering the 2017 season. They asked for honest opinions on everything from NCAA rules to social issues to their peers in […]

The questions facing Alabama football 2 weeks before FSU kickoff – AL.com

For three years, the quarterback intrigue made August an interesting month in Tuscaloosa. There was genuine mystery surrounding the most important position on Alabama’s football team. Now what? The lack of a battle at quarterback has made this preseason a little less spicy. The other high-profile skill positions like running back and receiver are stocked […]

College football’s rising stars: The 30Under30 for 2017 – 247Sports

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