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Mike Deitrick has blossomed into an excellent tight end for the Clarion Golden Eagles.
Sam Werner breaks down three important areas for Pitt’s success in 2014.
Thomas Healy has formed a company to develop a helmet to reduce head injuries.
The ban for Banks, who started all 12 games in 2013, is for “academic issues,” according to head coach Dana Holgorsen.
While the playoff answers fans' longtime complaints, some of its details and longer-reaching implications are still to be determined.
The season opener in Dublin will be little more than a “business trip” for the team but Nittany Lions fans should have plenty to do and see.
ACC power Florida State will figure prominently into any college football discussion this season but there are a number of stories to track.
Ten games that figure to have a role in writing the story of the 2014 college football season:
How Post-Gazette writer Paul Zeise sees the Top 25 less than a week from the start of the 2014 season:
Paul Zeise chooses his preseason Heisman Tropy finalists.
Former Florida State transfer Clint Trickett officially has the reins to the Mountaineers offense, and plans to run with it.
Pitt sophomore linebacker Matt Galambos is boosted by his tight-knit, untraditional family after being born into a rough situation.
Senior middle linebacker and now captain Mike Hull wants to finish his college career with a bang for the Nittany Lions.
Washington & Jefferson may be a bit short on experience, but coach Mike Sirianni hasn’t lowered the team’s goals.
Without much fanfare, North Hills graduate John Wanner is playing a vital role in any football success Washington & Jefferson might have.
Playing in the president’s Athletic Conference is new for Case Western Reserve, but its familiar territory for at least one of its players.
Ron Dolciato left a winning program in hopes of turning around the football fortunes at St. Vincent College.
Norwin’s Nick Revis is out to help Saint Vincent return to its winning ways on the football field.
Gateway grad Jayson Crystol is hoping to be at the center of a football revival this season at Thiel College.
Blackhawk graduate Brett Alberti has found the best of both worlds as an engineering student and football player at Geneva College.
Western Beaver alumnus Eric Blinn is piling up impressive numbers for the Bethany College football team.
Jared Heck, a two-sport standout at Westminster College, keeps a hectic scheduled, but he couldn’t be happier.
A new soccer/lacrosse field will give La Roche College’s athletic program a boost.
Mount Union will see a change in defensive coordinator this upcoming season as a former player will call the shots.
Penn State’s Board of Trustees passes resolution that allows continuation of NCAA consent decree as settlement talks with the NCAA move on.
Penn State sophomore tight end Adam Breneman is out indefinitely with an undisclosed injury.
In court, many doomsday scenarios were presented by NCAA attorneys about what a world in which college athletes were paid would look like.
Maryland and James Madison compete on Aug. 30, which makes for a unique weekend for the Brown family.
Depth at many positions is a key issue as Penn State opens its preseason football camp.
The Clairton graduate played in 11 games as a freshman last season.
Pitt freshman Cam Johnson is ready to step up to the next level and he got a taste of the tougher competition this summer.
West Mifflin alumnus C.J. Hester prepares for his senior season at West Liberty by playing high-level competition.