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The SNL cold opening featured a brilliant portrayal of Marshawn Lynch, Richard Sherman and Pete Carroll.
Florida State is making a last minute push for a star running back from South Florida.
Florida landed an offensive line commitment, as the player chose the Gators over the Miami Hurricanes.
The league announces on social media the result of their NFL Honors show before they air.
Junior Seau and Jerome Bettis are among the lucky inductees for the 2015 class of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Rajon Rondo took a harsh knee to the face from one of his teammates Saturday.
Kevin Durant makes it rain on teammate Russell Westbrook during a pregame shoot around.
The Patriots sent a letter to John F. Kennedy recruiting him to play receiver while he was the President of the United States.
Five-Star recruit CeCe Jefferson seems to be enjoying his LSU visit, at least judging by his tweets.
Charles Barkley calls out Gabrielle Union and her acting after she responds to criticism about her husband, Dwyane Wade.
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix dropped the mic and trolled LSU for hiring Kevin Steele as their new defensive coordinator.
Starbucks created an odd looking Seahawks themed drink in honor of the Super Bowl.
One lucky bettor took home a $100K from a Diamond Sportsbook parlay.
Bruce Pearl got plenty of love in the Auburn coach's return to Tennessee.
Buffalo's mop guy almost got run over on a fast break basket Friday against Kent State.
College Gameday, the basketball pregame show, will be in Gainesville for the Florida-Kentucky game.
The Arkansas coach claims talks to become the Dolphins' head coach ended when the team wouldn't consider drafting Russell Wilson.
One Virginia student dropped a half-court shot on "College GameDay" that netted the young man a cool $18,000.
Keving Harlan got meta on Thursday night when he called a replay of himself getting hit in the face with a basketball.
Katy Perry's hit single "Firework" was mashed with a video of 1980s Louisville cheerleaders and the result is too perfect.
Aaron Hernandez's lawyer dropped the N-word while quoting Odin Lloyd during Thursday's opening statements.
Iowa's Tevaun Smith decided to break Odell Beckham Jr.'s one-handed catch record mere days after it was set.
Arian Foster hit the web to clarify his $50K payment comments during an interesting Twitter session.
Taylor Swift's hot bikini body continues to rock the world wide web.
Here's the National Signing Day recruit announcement schedule for ESPN's 2015 coverage.
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