Aug. 28 News: Ishaq Williams Declared Ineligible

Notre Dame’s defense is down another player. Any hope coordinator Brian VanGorder had for getting back talented defensive end/outside linebacker Ishaq Williams was dashed Thursday. Ishaq Williams — who was dismissed last offseason in an academic dishonesty case — was denied his waiver to the NCAA petitioning for eligibility in 2015. The announcement of Ishaq […]


Tennessee Vols Are Thirsty For Success

Think Tennessee Vols fans are a little excited for the 2015 season? Consider a reported 40,000 showed up to observe practice Saturday per the Associated Press. That’s more than nearly two-thirds of all the FBS programs averaged in home game attendance last year. Forty-thousand showing up to fall camp practice isn’t excitement; that’s straight-up thirst. […]


Phil Fulmer Returns to College Football…Sorta

Southern Conference media day marks an unofficial kickoff to the league’s 2015 campaign, a season in which Tennessee Volunteers legend and the first BCS championship-winning head coach, Phil Fulmer, makes his return to college football. Well, Phil Fulmer’s back in college football kinda-sorta. See, the coming season marks the relaunch of East Tennessee State’s football […]


College Football News May 26: Arizona State Honors 100-Year-Old Alum

Since his hire in December 2011, Arizona State head coach Todd Graham has touted building the program toward to its future while honoring its history. No one goes back further into Sun Devil — or Bulldog — history than 100-year-old Louis “Greg” Rappaport, and’s Kevin Gemmell chronicled Rappaport’s centennial anniversary, which included receiving a […]


College Football News May 24: Restoring Dormant Rivalries

Too many college football rivalries were sacrificed to the gods of television revenue, vis-a-vis conference realignment. From the Backyard Brawl to Oklahoma-Nebraska, the staff at The Student Section breaks down dormant rivalries that need a reboot. Of all the realignment-killed rivalries, the Backyard Brawl’s demise is especially asinine. West Virginia shirking a decades-old, bitter rivalry […]


College Football News May 14: Jim Harbaugh Innovates with QB Camp

Jim Harbaugh’s satellite camp approach in his first offseason as Michigan head coach may not have been innovative, but it’s certainly aggressive. With the introduction of the Wolverines’ “Ann Arbor Aerial Assault” quarterbacks camp, Harbaugh is both innovative and aggressive. ExposureU teams w NFL QBs & trainers for a 1 day Aerial Assault. First ever […]


The Peculiar Case of Alabama Running Backs

Alabama running backs in the last half-decade include: a Heisman Trophy winner; a Heisman finalist, a breakout NFL star; a multifaceted playmaker; and a physical outlier with defensive end size and slot-back speed. The only program that can match the ongoing stretch of studly Alabama running backs is Wisconsin, which I can only assume teams […]