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  • College Football
  • April 14, 2017
  • Rich Cirminiello

Indiana Hoosiers Spring Practice: Three Things We Learned

Kevin Wilson got Indiana rolling, leading the perennial Big Ten doormat to back-to-back bowl games. New head coach Tom Allen plans to keep the Hoosiers rolling, preferably to their first winning season in a decade. He inherits a roster with enough veteran talent to remain on course in Bloomington in 2017.

  • College Football
  • April 13, 2017
  • Rich Cirminiello

Texas A&M Aggies Spring Practice: Three Things We Learned

It’s a critical year for Kevin Sumlin … again. And Texas A&M is trying to move beyond 8-5 … again. The Aggies, seemingly stuck in neutral since Johnny Manziel left College Station, spent a big part of spring practice breaking 10 new starters into the lineup, including at quarterback … yup, again.

  • College Football
  • April 13, 2017
  • Rich Cirminiello

Ole Miss Rebels Spring Practice: Three Things We Learned

Mental focus and discipline will be tantamount to a turnaround at Ole Miss this season. The Rebels are coming off a dismal 5-7 campaign, learning new systems on both sides of the ball and dealing with the protracted NCAA investigation. Oh, and any hope of returning to the postseason ended when the school self-imposed a one-year bowl ban on Feb. 22.

  • College Football
  • April 12, 2017
  • Rich Cirminiello

TCU Horned Frogs Spring Practice: Three Things We Learned

TCU travelled in reverse in 2016, going 6-7 after winning 23 combined games in the previous two seasons. The Horned Frogs are determined to return to Big 12 contention in 2017, which will require more consistency from the passing game and the defense. The long journey to the Sept. 2 opener with Jackson State continued with this spring’s 15 practice sessions.

  • College Football
  • April 12, 2017
  • Rich Cirminiello

Oklahoma Sooners Spring Practice: Three Things We Learned

Oklahoma will begin 2017 with the usual target slapped on its chest, favored to win a third straight Big 12 title and return to the playoffs after falling short a year ago. But there are holes to be filled on both sides of the line, common for programs that perennially send so many alums to the NFL. The Sooners spent spring ball taking the first steps toward fleshing out a retooled two-deep.

  • College Football
  • April 11, 2017
  • Rich Cirminiello

Iowa State Cyclones Spring Practice: Three Things We Learned

Iowa State is a very different team than it was at this time last year, Matt Campbell’s first in Ames. There’s more confidence, continuity and overall depth. But will it be enough to catapult from 3-9 in 2016 to the Cyclones’ first bowl game in five years? That’s the goal for a squad with the offensive upside to emerge as a Big 12 sleeper in 2017.

  • College Football
  • April 11, 2017
  • Rich Cirminiello

Purdue Boilermakers Spring Practice: Three Things We Learned

Hiring Jeff Brohm away from Western Kentucky was a winning move by Purdue. But how long will it take for the new coach to deliver the kind of improvements that predecessor Darrell Hazell couldn’t in three-plus seasons? Spring drills afforded the new staff a chance to assess its inherited personnel to determine the most immediate need areas entering 2017.

  • College Football
  • April 11, 2017
  • Rich Cirminiello

Northwestern Wildcats Spring Practice: Three Things We Learned

This is Pat Fitzgerald’s 12th team at Northwestern, proof that time does fly by. It could be one of his best. In fact, if the Wildcats can adequately plug holes at wide receiver and linebacker this offseason they’re talented enough to duke it out with the likes of Wisconsin and Iowa in the competitive Big Ten West Division.

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  • August 21, 2017
  • Campus Insiders

CSL Vainglory 2017-2018 Season Details

Vainglory is back for another year in CSL! Continue your school’s legacy or form a new one by competing in the longest running collegiate esports tournament in the world. Written by Theresa Gaffney.

  • August 21, 2017
  • Campus Insiders

CSL League of Legends 2017-2018 Preseason and D2/D3 Details

League of Legends is back for another year in CSL! Continue your school’s legacy or form a new one by competing in the longest running collegiate esports tournament in the world. Written by Theresa Gaffney.

  • August 21, 2017
  • Campus Insiders

CSL CS:GO 2017-2018 Season Details

Counterstrike: Global Offensive is back for another year in CSL! Continue your school’s legacy or form a new one by competing in the longest running collegiate esports tournament in the world. Written by Theresa Gaffney.

  • August 21, 2017
  • Campus Insiders

CSL CS:GO 2017-2018 Season Details

Counterstrike: Global Offensive is back for another year in CSL! Continue your school’s legacy or form a new one by competing in the longest running collegiate esports tournament in the world. Written by Theresa Gaffney.

  • August 21, 2017
  • Campus Insiders

CSL Dota 2 2017-2018 Season Details

Dota 2 is back for another year in CSL! Continue your school’s legacy or form a new one by competing in the longest running collegiate esports tournament in the world. Written by Theresa Gaffney.

  • August 21, 2017
  • Campus Insiders

CSL Starcraft 2 and Starcraft: Remastered 2017-2018 Season Details

Starcraft is back for another year in CSL! Continue your school’s legacy or form a new one by competing with a team in the longest running collegiate esports tournament in the world. Did we mention we're also adding SC:R? Written by Theresa Gaffney.

  • August 1, 2017
  • Campus Insiders

Patch Notes 3.5 — Updates Galore

We've been hard at work making life better for everyone on CSL! Read below for a full list of updates and improvements we've made to the site. There's more coming, too, so expect another update sometime before summer ends. Written by Duran Parsi.

  • July 15, 2017
  • Campus Insiders

CSL 2017-2018 Job Openings

We're hiring! If you have what it takes to make a mark in the collegiate esports world, apply to one of our open positions for the 2017-2018 school year. Read on for more details. Written by Theresa Gaffney.

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  • College Football
  • June 6, 2017
  • Campus Insiders

Three Michigan State Football Players Dismissed From Team

Three Michigan State football players were dismissed from the team on Tuesday. Donnie Corley, Josh King and Demetric Vance were charged for an alleged incident on January 16 with a woman at an off-campus apartment. “After charges were announced, we took brief and immediate action,” Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis said in a Tuesday press […]

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