• Jim McElwain: 'We're going to beat the heck out of Michigan'
    CBS Sports

    Jim McElwain: 'We're going to beat the heck out of Michigan'

    Despite seven players suspended for the opener, Florida coach Jim McElwain is extremely confident his Gators will take care of business against the Michigan Wolverines. McElwain all but guaranteed a win over the Big Ten contender during a recent gathering of students in Gainesville. "I love the energy, can't wait to see you," McElwain said during a pep rally on Periscope. "And you know what, we’re heading to Dallas here in a couple weeks to go beat the heck out of Michigan and then come back to you guys.” You have to admire McElwain for hyping his team with their fanbase, but the last time Florida met Michigan, the Wolverines left with a 41-7 thumping in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl. Florida's

  • LSU has found its new tiger mascot, and he's very cute (Updated)
    Dr. Saturday

    LSU has found its new tiger mascot, and he's very cute (Updated)

    It’s official: Harvey is now Mike VII. LSU announced Monday morning, the first day of fall semester, that the 11-month-old Siberian-Bengal male tiger that arrived on campus last week “officially began his reign” as LSU’s new mascot.

  • Breaking down the 4 biggest points from Urban Meyer’s press conference
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    Breaking down the 4 biggest points from Urban Meyer’s press conference

    Mondays are the days Urban Meyer holds his press conference at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. As camp wraps up, the focus now shifts to the Week 1 foe, Indiana. Meyer spoke for a little more than 11 minutes to the press, unveiling some tidbits of information about what this Ohio State football team will look like as they prepare for the Hoosiers. Let’s break down the four biggest points made by Meyer during the presser. 1. “[J.K Dobbins will] play. He's earned that right. We're going to call his family this week and tell them to get ready to watch some football because he's going to play.” The running back position at Ohio State has seen legend after legend handle the rock. This season seems