Football

Dr Disrespect Challenges Former NFL Star Pat McAfee to Football Competition

Popular YouTube streamer Dr Disrespect has now found himself in a beef with former NFL punter Pat McAfee. During a recent stream on his channel, Dr Disrespect claimed that he could throw a football a further distance with his arm than McAfee could kick with his leg. While the comment was made off-hand by the Doc, the challenge eventually made it to McAfee’s ears, who has now responded.

In a recent edition of The Pat McAfee Show, the titular host was informed of Dr Disrespect’s challenge and replied to it on air. McAfee, although he is a former punter in

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Clemson football player Justin Foster returns after COVID-19 retirement

Head Coach Dabo Swinney and Clemson Football announced Wednesday that defensive end Justin Foster has indicated his intention to return to Clemson for the 2021 season.(Video above is about previous story)Foster had previously announced his intention to step away from football on Feb. 24 following complications related to asthma and COVID-19. Earlier this week, he informed Clemson coaches of his intent to return to the team and resume training for the upcoming season.”For me, the decision came when I went to Duke a couple weeks ago and the doctor was positive on me recovering in the near future,” Foster said. … Read More

College football coaches react to fall camp safety changes

If there’s anyone who knows the byproduct of a preseason camp with limited physical contact, it’s Ken Niumatalolo.

Many know the story by now. The Navy coach outlawed contact during the Midshipmen’s camp last August out of an abundance of caution and uncertainty surrounding the on-field spread of COVID-19. For four weeks, Navy players practiced, for the most part, flag football. Contact was almost strictly limited to banging against sleds and cushioned dummies. Helmets were mostly unscuffed, and shoulder pads were left in pristine condition at the end of camp. Players even used cushioned shields to cover their faces during

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Washington Football Team signs TE Deon Yelder and CB Linden Stephens

Yelder, a 6-foot-4, 255-pound tight end out of Western Kentucky, signed with the New Orleans Saints in 2018 after going undrafted. After a brief stint on the team’s practice squad, he was signed by the Kansas City Chiefs in October of that year and was promoted to the active roster shortly after. In three seasons in Kansas City, Yelder played in 26 games and caught 10 passes for 86 yards, including an 11-yard catch in the Chiefs’ Super Bowl LIV win over the San Francisco 49ers.

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Madison West football coach apparently fired after creating club team for Madison players

MADISON, Wis. — Madison West High School is looking for a new football coach. The current coach has apparently been fired after creating a club team for athletes to play on during the spring.

“Today I found out I guess there’s a job posting for my position,” said coach Brad Murphy.

Murphy has been the head coach at Madison West for five years. He said he wasn’t told he was fired, but he knew losing his job was a possibility when

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Report: Emmett Jones, other assistants to stay with KU football

Kansas interim head football coach Emmett Jones leads players through a drill during a spring practice at the team’s indoor facility.

After leading the Kansas football program through an uncertain spring as the interim head coach, Emmett Jones reportedly will be sticking around and working with the Jayhawks’ new boss, Lance Leipold.

According to Yahoo Sports’ Pete Thamel, as Leipold assembles his first staff at KU, Jones, a popular receivers coach in his third year with the program, is expected to be retained.

Thamel also reported Leipold plans to keep defensive backs coach Chevis Jackson, defensive line coach Kwahn Drake

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Texas A&M Aggies football coach Jimbo Fisher says ‘don’t worry,’ team will beat Alabama Crimson Tide and coach Nick Saban

Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher took a playful shot at Alabama coach Nick Saban during an appearance at the Houston Touchdown Club on Wednesday.

According to audio obtained by the Houston Chronicle, Fisher was asked what it would take to beat Alabama other than the retirement of the 69-year-old Saban.

“We’re going to beat his ass when he’s there, don’t worry,” Fisher responded as the crowd laughed.

Fisher went on to say how much he respects Saban, whom he worked under at LSU from 2000 to ’04.

Saban won his first national championships at LSU in 2004. He has

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College football rankings: Alabama on top, Oregon rockets up CBS Sports’ post-spring top 25

Even after a record-tying showing in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft (six picks) and breaking the record for number of players selected in the first two rounds (eight), Alabama has enough young talent ready to step in that the Crimson Tide have ended the spring practice season on top of CBS Sports’ post-spring college football rankings.

Now, technically, spring practice hasn’t wrapped up everywhere; however, last Saturday saw the final big wave of spring games and the last month has brought the conclusion of on-field work for most FBS programs. Now is a good time to reset

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Defensive end Justin Foster announces return to Clemson Tigers football after long-haul COVID-19

Clemson defensive end Justin Foster, who announced in February that he was ending his football career because of long-haul COVID-19 symptoms, will be rejoining the team in June, he told ESPN on Wednesday.

Foster said he spoke to coach Dabo Swinney on Tuesday and told him he isn’t sure when or if he’ll regain the form that made him a potential NFL draftee, but that he would like to try.

“[Swinney] said if you’re feeling better, even if you’re not 100 percent, you can start working with the team and we’ll build you up from there,” Foster said from his

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College football transfer market busy with Oklahoma, FSU leading way

The dizzying movement of players in college football this offseason will have even the biggest fans trying to make sense of who’s going where as spring football wraps up this month.

After a season played in a pandemic and then the loosening of transfer restrictions by the NCAA, allowing players immediate eligibility at their new school, the portal was flooded with big names seeking new destinations for the 2021 campaign.

Almost every team has been forced to adjust — whether through adding players to fill needs or seeking replacements for those who left openings. There’s also a domino effect as

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