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The 600 ESPN El Paso Sports Guys Make Their NCAA and NFL Picks

Since it seems everyone is giving out their picks for the football games, we figured we could do just as well as everyone else! So here we go with our first round of video football picks...

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Pac-12 Decides Not to Expand; Future of Big 12 Remains Uncertain

Sweeping conference realignment appeared to be put on hold Tuesday night when Pac-12 presidents and chancellors decided to keep the conference at 12 teams.

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UTEP Prevails Against NMSU Aggies in a Sloppy, Defensive Battle

Winning isn't always pretty, in the end all that counts is that you end up winning, even if it is done so in a sloppy fashion.  UTEP defeated NMSU in the annual  Battle of I-10 16-10 on Saturday evening before a rather large, energetic crowd at Aggie Memorial stadium.  While most expected an offensive shootout, both teams turned it up defensively to make it the ultimate chess match where points were at a premium. 

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College Football Top 25 Weekend Recap – Week Three

Week Three is in the books, and it was an exciting one featuring a slugfest between two top five teams, the end of the nation’s longest winning streak and a bunch of outstanding individual performances. Here is this week’s wrap-up from the top 25.
#1 Oklahoma 23, #5 Florida State 13
Oklahoma’s defense dominated the game, holding the Seminoles to just 27 yards rushing, forcing three turnovers and getting six sacks. Oklahoma sophomore receiver Kenny Stills had seven catches for 125 yards, including the eventual game-winner, a 37-yard jump ball reception for a touchdown with 7:00 to go in the fourth quarter.

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2011 NCAA College Football – Week Three Preview

This week, things start getting interesting in college football with a handful of conference games, a couple of contests between ranked teams and, arguably, the non-conference game of the year under the lights in Tallahassee. Here are the highlights for the Top 25:

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NCAA Places Boise State on Three Years’ Probation

The Boise State football program has been placed on three years’ probation and stripped of nine scholarships (three each for the next three years) after being hit with NCAA sanctions for repeated rules violations regarding extra benefits for recruits and players.

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College Football Top 25 Weekend Recap – Week Two

While many of this weekend’s games were just tune-ups for showdowns to come, there were several great battles to keep things exciting, including Michigan’s last-second win over Notre Dame, South Carolina’s shootout victory over Georgia and Auburn stuffing Mississippi State at the goal line to win their 17th straight game.

With that, here are the highlights from the top 25 and other games of interest this week:

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2011 NCAA College Football Week Two Preview

As you might expect this time of year, there are not a lot of marquee games and only one matchup between top 25 teams (#3 Alabama vs. #23 Penn State)

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College Football Top 25 Weekend Recap

The college football season is underway. Week one was mostly a humdrum affair, with Notre Dame and TCU suffering the biggest upsets among ranked teams

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NCAA May Soon Allow Student Athletes to Put Cream Cheese on Their Bagels

In an effort to clarify just what is acceptable behavior, the NCAA amended its bylaws in 2009 to allow universities to provide student-athletes with “fruits, nuts and bagels at any time.”

However, the governing body didn’t explicitly state that an institution was allowed to provide cream cheese with their bagels, and so violation-fearing universities were forced to deny their student-athletes the tasty spreed.

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