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Michigan State TE Trenton Gillison got big-game taste while benefiting from new redshirt rule

EAST LANSING – Playing a top-10 team on the road in front of more than 106,000 fans. That was the challenge Michigan State faced last October at Penn State. It also marked Trenton Gillison's official introduction to college football and was how he envisioned it. “Penn State, they were loud,” Gillison

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Western Kentucky loses two more players to transfer

The College Football Playoff was founded and remains controlled by the commissioners of the Power 5 conferences. For those looking to move the 4-team format to eight, the thinking went that the old guard (emphasis on old) in the form of Mike Slive, Jim Delany and John Swofford would eventually move on

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QB Graham Mertz is creating buzz this spring at Wisconsin

Four scholarship quarterbacks are competing for the starter's job at Wisconsin. Freshman Graham Mertz is the Badgers' most hyped recruit in years, having enrolled in January after setting a Kansas high school record for touchdown passes last season and being named MVP of the Army All-American

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Hilltoppers turn attention to recruiting

With the college basketball season wrapped up, it is time to look forward to the 2019-20 season.  April 17 marked the beginning of the spring signing period in which all unsigned high school basketball players will put pen to paper and make official their commitments to play for their respective schools

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