Analysis

Pigskin and Population: America’s 15 Fastest-Growing College Football Towns

Guest post by John Egan of Could the Auburn University football team’s national championship in the 2010-11 season have played a part in the recent population spike for the Auburn, AL, metro area? From July 2010 to July 2014, the Auburn area’s population rose…
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Attorney flexes muscle on Memphis, Nichols gets unrestricted release

Photo: Mark Weber- The Commercial Appeal/AP   Austin Nichols announced that he was transferring from the University of Memphis on July 7th. Exactly seven days later, he finds himself flexing his legal muscle on Memphis. Memphis granted release last week but under unfavorable conditions…
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American Athletic

Navy joining a conference for the first time ever in College Football

The Navy Midshipmen have been a college football independent for their entire 135-year existence, but that will change in 2015. Navy will embark on unchartered waters as they head to the American Athletic Conference, joining the AAC West division that includes Houston, Memphis, SMU,…
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American Athletic

Check out the UCF Knights newest basketball recruit: 7’6 Tacko Fall

The UCF Knights basketball program might be a step behind the football program in terms of recent success, but their newest recruit should help the team in multiple areas. The Knights owned a 12-18 (5-13) record last season, struggling throughout the year in all facets…
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