NCAA Overturns Ban on Satellite Camps
NCAA Overturns Ban on Satellite Camps
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Content Source:espn.go.com The NCAA Board of Directors has overturned the ban on holding camps away from school, commonly called satellite camps. In a statement, the board stressed that it wants the Division I Council, which enacted the ban earlier this month, to conduct a thorough review of the entire FBS recruiting process. Continue Reading Here

Texas A&M’s Brandon Williams Eyes Draft with Rising Outlook
Houston Chronicle

Content Source:chron.com By Aaron Wilson The conversation didn’t take long to pique Brandon Williams’ interest. Texas A&M veteran defensive coordinator John Chavis had a vision of converting the speedy running back and former blue-chip recruit into a star cornerback. Chavis was enamored of Williams’ size and strength at 6-foot, 200 pounds and his speed with … Continue reading “Texas A&M’s Brandon Williams Eyes Draft with Rising Outlook”

Chad Morris on Recruiting, His Energy, and Getting his Wife Involved at SMU
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Content Source:sportsday.dallasnews.com By EJ Holland SMU head coach Chad Morris recently joined Mike Doocy on Fox 4 to talk about the team and more. Here are some highlights from the interview. On recruiting the state of Texas hard: “Our first year, we signed 22 Texas high school products. This year, we signed 25. We finished … Continue reading “Chad Morris on Recruiting, His Energy, and Getting his Wife Involved at SMU”

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The 10 best college football players in the state of Texas heading into 2016 season
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Content Source:sportsday.dallasnews.com We all know Texas is synonomous with football. Great gridiron talent abounds in the Lone Star State on the high school, college and professional levels. But who are the top 10 college football players entering the 2016 football season? Continue Reading Here Photo by USAToday.com

Explaining the NCAA’s Satellite Camps Controversy as Simply as Possible
SBNATION

Content Source:sbnation.com By Faux Pelini The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is dedicated to the well-being and lifelong success of college athletes. We know this because someone typed it on the NCAA’s web page and something similar is posted on Wikipedia. Another thing the NCAA is dedicated to is generating large piles of money from things … Continue reading “Explaining the NCAA’s Satellite Camps Controversy as Simply as Possible”

Louisville Lands Texas A&M Transfer
Louisville Lands Texas A&M Transfer
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Content Source:courier-journal.com By Steve Jones Texas A&M tight end Jordan Davis, a former four-star high school recruit, announced Wednesday that he’s transferring to the University of Louisville, where he could be an important addition for the 2017 season. The 6-foot-4, 251-pound Davis said U of L was already No. 1 on his list before he took a visit over … Continue reading “Louisville Lands Texas A&M Transfer”

Adrian Bellard making push for NFL spot
Texas State OT Adrian Bellard making push for NFL spot
NFPost

Content Source:nationalfootballpost.com By Aaron Wilson As the NFL draft approaches, Texas State offensive tackle Adrian Bellard leans on the confidence that he built as a three-year starter. In particular, Bellard is proud of his blocking performance against Florida State last season. The 6-5, 310-pound All-Sun Belt Conference selection more than held his own against the … Continue reading “Texas State OT Adrian Bellard making push for NFL spot”