College football is full of history and tradition. There are stadiums that are practically national landmarks, there are legendary tailgate parties all across the country, and of course there are some of the greatest rivalries in all of sports. Over the last 25 years, college football has turned into a billion dollar business. One aspect that has remained steady, though, is the college football programs that have separated themselves from the rest of the pack over the course of time.
Ralph Vacchiano | Facebook | Twitter | Archive Mark Gastineau is just the latest sad example of the damage football can do to a person and a human body. He admits he didn't play the game the right way. When he tackled he led with his head, and of course that's the part of the body that's betraying him now. The fact that he's been battling dementia, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease for a year is likely not a coincidence at all. But during the ex-Jet's stunning interview on WOR radio on Thursday night he didn't blame football specifically for his condition. In fact he praised the sport and insisted his problems could've been prevented. He said he knows there's a way to make the incredibly dangerous
Derek Willis stunned his teammates with a poster over South Carolina’s Sedee Keita on Saturday. For the Bruins, Lonzo Ball led the way with 24 points, eight assists and six boards, but he had very little impact on the game in the final 12 minutes.