Oregon edge Bruins in thriller #football #collegefootball
LOS ANGELES (News4usonline) – Oregon quarterback Anthony Brown had better thank his lucky stars that the No. 10 Ducks were able to seal a 34-31 win against Pac-12 Conference rival UCLA. Brown was having a good day at the office as he and the Ducks were cruising along with a 34-17 lead early in the fourth quarter after his 43-yard touchdown run. For the record, Brown completed 29 of 39 passes…
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NCAA Football Rankings 2021: Predicting Top Movers in Week 9 Post-Week 8 Results | Bleacher Report
of 3 Marcio Jose Sanchez/Associated Press Many of the top college football teams in the country were in action Saturday. However, no matchups featured a pair of ranked schools. So Week 8 was mostly about the best teams trying to avoid potential upset losses. No team ranked in the top six was knocked off. No. 1 Georgia had a bye, while No. 2 Cincinnati, No. 3 Oklahoma, No. 4 Alabama, No. 5 Ohio…
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It is a final in Pasadena. @oregonfootball defeated @UCLAFootball 34-31. Travis Dye with the #AlBundyGame (4 rushing TDs). https://www.shishonsports.com/shish-on-college-football/live-blogging-pac-12-football-oregon-ducks-at-ucla-bruins-10232021
Two Western Connecticut State University men’s lacrosse players were killed and a teammate was injured in a car crash in Colchester, state police and the the university announced.
Per Associated Press H/T ESPN, the crash Friday afternoon killed Jacob Chapman and Tyler Graham, both 18 and from Colchester. Trey Massaro, 19, of Dalton, Massachusetts, was flown to a hospital with apparent serious injuries, according to the police.
University president John B. Clark said in a statement that the three were on the men’s lacrosse squad and lived in the same dorm. Counselors will be available to students there and have met with the lacrosse team’s players and coaches, Clark said.
Chapman was driving westbound on Route 354, also known as Parum Road, when he tried to pass another vehicle, a police accident report said. The car ran off the road, hit a guardrail and trees, and came to rest on an embankment.
Colchester First Selectman Mary Bylone’s office said in a statement that Chapman and Graham “were deeply committed to their community and to their schools” and that “they represented the best of Colchester's young people.”
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Gary “The Gut” Goombah 2021.6 Another week of winning was had by Gary and his followers. “The Gut” just makes it look so easy. How does he do it? He feels it in his gut, deep down in his bones. Recap of NCAA Week 7: Nebraska Cornhuskers (-3.5) over Minnesota Golden Gophers – Lost; Nebraska left at least 13 points out on the field at Minnesota, a game in which “The Gut” attended. Minny won…
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Biggest risers midway through the 2021 college football season:
Since this page and my Youtube channel have been very NFL-centric and it’s still where my main focus lies, I wanted to take a look at the college football landscape and talk about some players that have stood out to me so far this year and how I project their ascent to affect their status for the 2022 NFL Draft. Therefore, I decided to only include players, who will be eligible for it next…
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A judge has dropped the Title IX lawsuit by a Michigan State football player filed against the university after he declined to use his name in court proceedings revealed by ESPN’s Paula Lavigne Friday.
Per Paula, Judge Hala Y. Jabou in the U.S. District Court in the Western District of Michigan wrote in an Oct. 14 order that the football player had to file an amended complaint with his full name by Thursday (Oct. 21) if he wanted to proceed with the lawsuit. He didn’t, so she dismissed the suit.
As Paula noted it the football player, referred to as John Doe in the lawsuit filed Oct. 8, alleged that he was unfairly suspended from the team while the university investigated sexual misconduct allegations against him. The original lawsuit states that a woman reported that the plaintiff, a sophomore reported that the scholarship football player, and another Michigan State football player sexually assaulted her in the other player’s room on Jan 31.
The football player’s attorney had requested more time to file, saying the player planned to file an amended complaint “with additional facts and possibly additional defendants and claims” after Michigan State’s Title IX hearing scheduled for Nov. 10. The judge denied that request, writing that the “Plaintiff's anonymous motion for an extension of time, does not address the Court’s concerns regarding the need for open judicial proceedings.
When reached Friday, the player’s attorney, Tessa Muir, says her client plans to refile but declined to say when that would be or whether he could use his name.