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One student’s campaign is comparing Clemson University’s football program to slavery.
Travis Haney joins Primetime to talk about what team currently in the Top 10 that could finish outside the Top 10 at the end of the year, if Auburn will stay at the top of the heap in the SEC, and we finish by getting his “way too early Final Four” for the first year of the College Football Playoff.
Florida Gator and former Davidson Day quarterback, Will Grier, becomes the most recent college football player to post a video of him flipping while catching a football.
While athletes like Panthers’ Mike Tolbert are shedding the pounds going into NFL training camp, we wanted to highlight the biggest weight losses that professional athletes have undergone both on and off the field, court, or arena.
Tuesday on Primetime Chris Kroeger talked with Appalachian St head coach Scott Satterfield about the mountaineers entering the Sun Belt conference, how the move will affect recruitment of players, and and they discussed the teams return to Ann Arbor, Michigan.
The great Phil Steele joined the Mac Attack for his yearly College Football preview as his magazine is soon to be released. He gives us a preview of all the teams in the ACC & SEC and explains why this is Steve Spurrier’s best chance to win the whole SEC at South Carolina
The State Employees Association of North Carolina has voted unanimously to admit student athletes from all 17 of the state’s public institutions of higher education.