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Massive Money Maker If NDSU Football Moves To The Mountain West

The NCAA is rapidly losing its chokehold on college football, making way for powerful football conferences to begin calling their own shots. Could be time for the North Dakota State Bison to leave the punching-bag FCS and join forces with the Mountain West Conference of the FBS. Before going any further, here's a brief breakdown of the differences between the FCS and the FBS.
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Yellowhammer News

Samford University to name field in honor of Bobby Bowden

Samford University will honor one of its greatest football names on Sept. 25, dedicating the field in F. Page Seibert Stadium for the late Bobby Bowden. Best known for coaching the Florida State University Seminoles to elite status, Bowden played football at Birmingham’s Woodlawn High School and Samford, known then as Howard College, where he began his college coaching career. In all, the Birmingham native racked up 377 wins over a 44-season coaching career at Samford, West Virginia and Florida State, the second most in NCAA Division I-FBS history.
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Football Family Crucible

“You may not be looking for a father, but I’m going to be treating you like a son.”. Powerful and prophetic words from Sherman Smith–introducing himself to countless players under his tutelage during a 22-year coaching career in the National Football League with the Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans, Washington Football Team, and Seattle Seahawks.

Golden Knights Move Eric Tosi From Communications VP To Chief Marketing Officer To Replace Brian Killingsworth, Hire Nate Ewell For Tosi’s Communications Post

The Vegas Golden Knights have moved their communications chief, Eric Tosi, into the chief marketing officer position and filled Tosi’s former communications job with the hiring of former Washington Capitals communications head Nate Ewell, who is now the VGK’s vice president, communications and content. Ewell now leads the Golden Knights’...

Upset Friday: Maryland stuns Wisconsin, Purdue beats Ohio St., Mississippi St. tops Florida, CU thumps Utah

All within a half hour on Friday night, unranked Maryland scored the biggest victory in program history when it beat visiting and previously unbeaten No. 2 Wisconsin in five sets in a Big Ten stunner; No. 7 Purdue won another Big Ten battle in five over visiting and unbeaten No. 3 Ohio State; and unranked Mississippi State, which lost in five in Gainesville on Thursday, held on this time and won in five at No. 17 Florida after losing all 53 previous matches between the SEC programs. Shania Cromartie had 25 kills and Lilly Gunter had 33 digs.

Ball State Travels to Central Michigan for MAC Road Contest

MUNCIE, Ind. – The Ball State soccer team travels to Mount Pleasant, Michigan, for a Mid-American Conference matchup with Central Michigan on Sunday. The Cardinals look to break a three-match scoreless streak against the Chippewas. The match is scheduled for a 1 p.m. start time. The Cardinals enter the contest...
Atlantic City Press

Middle Township wins 50-19 to go to 4-0

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE — After David Giulian made one of his many big tackles Friday, the home crowd started chanting his name. The senior then flexed his muscles and pumped his arms up and down for the cheering fans. And that wasn’t the only time his name was heard.
Go Blue Ridge

Bobcats Friday Recap....

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Max Geckler, Ian Kelbert, Brennen Pierce, and Elias Zajicek all posted times that rank in the top-20 all-time in program history, including Geckler who was only three seconds away from breaking the 8k record, to pace the Lees-McRae men's cross country team to a tied for eighth-place finish at the Queen City Invitational. The Bobcats raced past three NCAA Division I teams (Coastal Carolina, Jacksonville State, and Troy University) to finish in the top-10. THE BASICS.
Liberty News

Lady Flames overcome Pride in 3-2 home-opening triumph

Sophomore forward Carly Glover, who transferred from NCAA Division I Merrimac (Mass.) College last weekend, had a phenomenal debut with Liberty University’s ACHA Division I women’s hockey team in Saturday afternoon’s exhibition opener against the Washington Pride. Glover, a business major from Kodiak Island, Alaska, had only skated with her...
Grand Forks Herald

College Hockey Inc. deputy executive director Nate Ewell leaving post for NHL job

College Hockey Inc., is losing its deputy executive director. Nate Ewell, who has been with College Hockey Inc., since its inception in 2011, has accepted a job with the NHL's Vegas Golden Knights. Ewell has played a leading role in college hockey's public relations and education efforts during a booming...