Louisville safety Calvin Pryor says he’d love to play for the Eagles, and Brian Dawkins was his favorite player.
Delaware Valley College out in Doylestown has been one of the premier Division III college football programs in the region for more than a decade under the tutelage of outstanding head coaches in G.A. Mangus and Jim Clements. Now, Duke Greco is looking to continue that tradition.
For the second time in school history, the Rams advanced to the NCAA Division Final Four in football, and smashed all kinds of records, including finishing with a single-season school record 13 victories.
Widener University has enjoyed a lot of success in recent years in college football. Despite the success, there hasn’t been much continuity with the head coaching position with the Pride. Mike Kelly plans to put an end to that.
A study from Emory University revealed the fans in NFL cities that were most receptive, and the fans in cities that were least receptive to Sam’s announcement that he is gay.
Archbishop Wood stars Jake Cooper and Ryan Bates figure to have it a little easier than a lot of Division I-caliber stars, since the two made a decision that sets their future.
A new study shows youth football players are diagnosed with fewer concussions than other injuries.
Missouri defensive end Michael Sam announced to the world on Sunday that he’s gay. The 2013 SEC leader in sacks was believed to be a mid-round pick in this year’s NFL Draft.
Many athletes were vocal on Twitter about Michael Sam’s declaration that he’s gay.
Michael Sam could’ve taken the — well, not the easy, but certainly the easier — way out by staying mum on his sexual orientation, at least until after the NFL draft.
Missouri All-American Michael Sam says he is gay, and the defensive end could become the first openly homosexual player in the NFL.
The Temple Owls have a new wide receivers coach and it is someone that fans of the Cherry and White are very familiar with.
For Penn State football fans, National Signing Day hasn’t really been a big deal. National Signing Day hasn’t been a spectacle at Penn State, until now that is.
Southeastern Pennsylvania and South Jersey have been fertile grounds for major college football programs, but a growing trend has emerged over the last few years, and that’s more college recruits staying home and deciding to play their college football at home, for Temple or Villanova.
It’s easy to throw out the records whenever two city teams meet in a Big 5 battle. Villanova has made it clear that Saturday’s showdown with Temple is no exception.