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Grace Yan, Dustin Steller, Nicholas M. Watanabe, and Nels Popp

, & Karg, 2015 ). With this understanding, this study sought to advance the current discussion by proposing an alternative approach to examine broader patterns of content generation of college football on Web 2.0 platforms. The significance of studying Web 2.0 sport-content generation resides in the

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Bailey Peck, Timothy Renzi, Hannah Peach, Jane Gaultney, and Joseph S. Marino

offensive and defensive linemen using evaluation criteria previously reported for similar populations. This study compared self-reported sleep patterns, daytime sleepiness, body composition, anthropometric measurements, blood pressure, and the Modified Mallampati Index (MMPI) between college football

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Andrew D. Govus, Aaron Coutts, Rob Duffield, Andrew Murray, and Hugh Fullagar

Daily monitoring of a player’s internal and external training loads is critical in American college football since a high training load coupled with inadequate recovery can result in injury, illness, or overtraining. 1 One commonly used noninvasive method of monitoring an athlete

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Patrick Tutka and Chad Seifried

became an important architectural icon and social anchor for both the school and the institution of American college football that others sought to emulate. 8 However, its predecessor playing grounds (e.g., Soldiers Field, Jarvis Field, and Holmes Field) should also be viewed as notable synecdochical

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Craig A. Wrisberg and Johannes Raabe

study depicts the way I conducted PC with an elite college football place kicker over the course of 5 years. More specifically, this paper demonstrates how I adhered to the following components of PC throughout the consulting process: presuppositionless starting point, open-ended question

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Adam Love, Sam Winemiller, Guy Harrison, and Jason Stamm

. Given the high stakes involved, college football recruiting generates substantial fan interest and media attention. In particular, online networks, such as Rivals.com and 247Sports.com, have established success as media sources dedicated primarily to coverage of football recruiting. Such outlets operate

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Andrew A. Flatt, Jeff R. Allen, Clay M. Keith, Matthew W. Martinez, and Michael R. Esco

American college football players are exposed to frequent high-impact collisions, intensive training regimens, and high loads of static hemodynamic stress. 1 Players are further burdened with nonphysical stressors such as travel, academics, media interactions, and social-life restrictions

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Katherine Baird

This article examines the relationship between player compensation in college football and competitive balance on the field. It shows that National Collegiate Athletic Association rule changes restricting football-player compensation are not associated with an improvement in football’s competitive balance. Although college football is marginally more balanced than professional sports in any given year, an examination of cumulative records spanning numerous seasons proves college football to be as unbalanced as professional sports. The movement toward reducing player compensation, coincident with an increasing value to player talent, raises issues over how the financial gain from college football talent should be used. The significant degree of talent (and financial) imbalance among college football teams suggests that more attention should be paid to the determinants of talent distribution in college football.

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Robert McCunn, Hugh H.K. Fullagar, Sean Williams, Travis J. Halseth, John A. Sampson, and Andrew Murray

protect student athletes’ health and welfare 6 and likelihood of improved performance outcomes, 4 it would seem beneficial to investigate practical solutions to reduce the number and cost of time-loss injuries with relevance to college football. College football poses a unique sporting environment

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Chad Seifried, Brian Soebbing, and Kwame J.A. Agyemang

In a previous paper published by Sport History Review , Chad Seifried and Benjamin King found 66 college football bowl sites, hosting a combined 1,077 games from 1902 through 2010, provided participants $3.5 billion in payouts. Those bowl games featured current Division I Football Bowl Division