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2016 Silver Anniversary Award winner: Russell Maryland

As a young boy, Russell Maryland’s father told him “anything you put your mind to, you have to do with all your heart.” Years later, no phrase better encapsulates Maryland’s decorated football career and commitment to community stewardship.

2016 Silver Anniversary Award winner: Chris Howard

Chris Howard thrives on balancing multiple roles. He is currently wrapping up his stint as the president of Hampden-Sydney College while preparing to take over as president of Robert Morris University.

2015 NCAA Football Tournament Statistics and Records

Division I 2015 NCAA.com Championship Recap 2015 Championship Tournament Statistics All-Time Championship Tournament Records and Results (through 2015 Championship) Division II 2015 NCAA.com Championship Recap 2015 Championship Tournament...

Brian Griese: From Michigan quarterback to servant leader

Brian Griese went to the University of Michigan with a focus on earning his degree so he could make a difference. Following an 11-year career in the NFL, Griese turned his attention toward helping those who encountered similar struggles to what he faced as a youngster.

Sacramento State football program violates NCAA rules

California State University, Sacramento’s football program committed violations including failure to follow the school’s substance abuse policy, impermissible recruiting by a former assistant coach and non-voluntary summer activities.

Travis Dorsch: Master of many domains

Combining a love for learning with a passion to give back to the sports that gave him so much, former Purdue University multisport athlete Travis Dorsch has found his true calling as a developmental researcher and assistant professor at Utah State University.

A Twist of Faith

She loves football. She also loves the Lord. She thought she would have to give up one for the other.

Hitting the Book

Most football players show up at Media Day with confidence and cliches. Malcolm Mitchell brought a book.

They’ve got his number

Parker Moore should have taken the field with his Linfield College football teammates this fall. But in November 2014, on a day that was otherwise filled with reason to celebrate, Moore was stabbed to death by a stranger in the checkout line of a 7-Eleven.

The Short Walk

A huge rivalry in Arkansas pits Henderson State University against Ouachita Baptist University – two schools separated by two lanes of U.S. Highway 67, over which the visiting team walks to its opponent’s field on game day in the shortest road trip in football.

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