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Big Ten Media Days: 5 storylines facing Rutgers, 5 more across the Big Ten

The topping off ceremony of the final piece of structural steel at the 307,000 square foot Rutgers RWJBarnabas Health Athletic Performance Center. When Big Ten Media Days begins in Chicago on Monday, Rutgers will be 40 days away from opening the season against Texas State, but who's counting? The

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Notre Dame 99-to-2: No. 9 Daelin Hayes, defensive end

Listed Measurements: 6-foot-3 ¾, 264 pounds 2018-19 year, eligibility: Junior with two seasons of eligibility remaining, including 2018. Depth chart: Hayes will start as the drop end just as he did last, with classmate Julian Okwara providing able backup. Recruiting: Rivals.com rated Hayes as a five-star

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Auburn QB Jarrett Stidham says he wanted to play for Texas A&M

ATLANTA — The Southeastern Conference Media Days give the media a chance to ask coaches and players alike “What could be?” in regards to the upcoming season. Auburn quarterback Jarrett Stidham had Texas A&M fans thinking what could have been Thursday. After leaving Baylor in 2016, Stidham said he reached

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Only Brandon Short Until Penn State Football

Brandon Short attended Penn State during the hey day of the mid-to-late '90s, when Penn State was regularly in the national title discussion. Hailing from McKeesport, PA, Brandon was a two-sport athlete, lettering in football and basketball. Short saw the field as a true freshman in the first game

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College football notebook: Malzahn says Auburn's slate is country's toughest

Gus Malzahn and Auburn are taking on all comers in 2018, but the degree of difficulty in the Tigers' upcoming schedule might be even stronger than expected. Auburn begins the season against Washington, the Pac-12 champion last season, and plays LSU in September. The final month of the season, which

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