The Atlantic Coast Conference's football championship game, typically played in Charlotte, N.C., but pulled from the state earlier this month in response to a controversial North Carolina law, will be staged at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla., in December, the conference announced Thursday.
Les Miles, Louisiana State's always eccentric, sometimes frustrating and never boring football coach, was fired four games into his 12th season, the university announced Sunday. Miles, 62, was as much a mascot of L.S.U. football as Mike the Tiger. His most famous quirk was tearing up a handful of grass from Tiger Stadium's turf and eating it.
PASADENA, Calif. - Because an airplane's flight recorder is so durable that it often survives crashes, a common joke goes, "Why don't they make the whole plane out of the black box?" A similar line could be used in regard to college football, and it would have applied to No.
Suddenly, it is difficult to conceive of how Lamar Jackson will not win the Heisman Trophy - even if, in college football terms, that eventuality is eons away. Jackson, the Louisville quarterback from South Florida, entered the 10th-ranked Cardinals' game against second-ranked Florida State with seven passing touchdowns and another six on the ground in his two games this season, against Charlotte and Syracuse.
Ryan Kalil, the All-Pro center on the Carolina Panthers, and two of his former teammates, Jordan Gross and Geoff Hangartner, give fans a glimpse of what a newcomer to the N.F.L. faces in their new book, "The Rookie Handbook: How to Survive the First Season in the N.F.L."
LINCOLN, Neb. - Sometimes younger fans enter the Best of Big Red store near Nebraska's campus and ask the owner, Mike Osborne, why, amid all the Cornhuskers apparel and tchotchkes - earrings and garden gnomes and beer cozies that look like corn cobs - there is a football helmet in a glass case with one side painted in Nebraska's colors and the other in Oklahoma's.
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced Wednesday that it would move neutral-site championships for this academic year, including the football title game in December and the women's basketball tournament in March, out of North Carolina in reaction to a state law that curbed anti-discrimination protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced Wednesday that it would move neutral site championships for this academic year, including the football title game and the women's basketball tournament, out of North Carolina in reaction to a state law that curbed anti-discrimination protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
For months, North Carolina has weathered the umbrage of corporate America and the anger of the federal government over a law that curbed the rights of gay and transgender people.
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