Football

Art Naturally

After two years of forcing himself to pursue a business degree, Xavier Ayers attended a photography class that yielded a discovery.

Tom Catena: Man on a mission

From Brown University to war-torn central Sudan, Tom Catena dedicates himself as the only trained doctor/surgeon serving close to 1 million people.

Cajun Invasion

Grambling State and Southern have met on the gridiron 67 times since their first meeting in 1932.

A Team for Life

Monica Miles was always close with her cousins. They grew up in New England, all within a couple of hours’ drive.

“We’re not here to crawl over each other to get to the top.”

University of New Mexico offensive lineman Garrett Adcock’s daily routine mixes pass protection and blocking drills with mock trials and arguments.

Futbol Americano?

Growing up, Christopher Perez was immersed in the immigrant culture of Miami. His father was Cuban; his mother, Brazilian.

Steve Shaw named secretary-rules editor

Steve Shaw was named secretary-rules editor for football

Council aims to improve access with football camps proposal

Division I football recruits could experience an improved recruiting environment, if new legislation introduced by the Division I Council is adopted.

DI to consider early signing period in football

High school football prospects could experience greater transparency in the recruiting process if a new football recruiting model introduced by the Division I Council is adopted.

Jerrell Moore: Using relationships to find success

Jerrell Moore, a former all-Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference lineman, learned the value of relationships and investing in others’ growth in life while playing college football.

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