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Las Vegas CFP

Report: Las Vegas to Host the 2027 CFP Title Game

Las Vegas will host the 2027 College Football Playoff title game, the Action Network’s Brett McMurphy reported on Monday morning on what would be the latest major event to head to Allegiant Stadium in the past few years. A source told McMurphy that, “Las Vegas is a ‘lock’ to host the 2027 game. It is […]

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Atlanta CFP 2025

College Football Playoff to Create Championship Campus in Atlanta

The College Football Playoff and city of Atlanta have announced plans for a “Championship Campus” experience that will transform the region into a three-day celebration in January 2025. The 2025 CFP National Championship will be decided at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on January 20. Activities will start January 18 with the opening of Playoff Fan Central at […]

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2025 Ireland football

Kansas State, Iowa State to Open 2025 College Football Season in Ireland

Kansas State and Iowa State will clash in the fourth edition of the Aer Lingus College Football Classic on August 23, 2025, at Aviva Stadium in Dublin, the first ever Big 12 matchup in Ireland. This will be just the second time that Kansas State will play a football game outside the United States as […]

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Mizzou Football Stadium

University of Missouri Hires DLR Group for Stadium Renovations

The home of Missouri football since 1926 will undergo some modernizations in time for its centennial anniversary after the University of Missouri Board of Curators approved the hiring of Kansas City architecture firm DLR Group to execute the $250 million Memorial Stadium Improvements Project. The design will preserve the historic Rock M Hill while providing […]

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Jerry Richardson Stadium

UNC Charlotte’s Football Stadium Gets $60 Million Approval

Jerry Richardson Stadium will be getting a $60 million expansion for the first phase of enhancing the UNC Charlotte football stadium after the University of North Carolina Board of Governors approved the financial outlay on Thursday. Stadium capacity will increase to 18,170 with the first phase of expansion, with plans in motion for further expansion […]

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Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory

Letter from Louisville: The Hornung Award, a First-Class Experience and Lessons in Sports Tourism

It was an eventful year to be a University of Colorado football fan. The arrival of Coach Deion Sanders and the job he did to resurrect a program that needed more than a jolt was the definition of game-changing, both on and off the field. While the team’s 4-8 record didn’t ultimately live up to […]

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ACC Duke Virginia Basketball
Duke guard Jeremy Roach drives between Virginia forward Jayden Gardner (1) and guard Armaan Franklin (4) during the second half of the championship of the 2023 ACC Men's Basketball Tournament in Greensboro, North Carolina. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

ACC Sets Future Basketball Tournaments, Championships for North Carolina

The Atlantic Coast Conference will hold five straight men’s basketball tournaments in North Carolina starting in 2025, while the women’s tournament that has had a longtime home in Greensboro as the city of the league’s founding will split time between there and Charlotte. The ACC announced future sites for 42 championships in 14 sports — […]

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Kansas football

Kansas Football to Play 2024 Home Games in Kansas City

Due to ongoing construction at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium in Lawrence, the Kansas Jayhawks football program is getting creative with its 2024 home schedule locations. The university has announced that it will play all six of its home games in 2024 in the Kansas City metropolitan area, including its first two home games against […]

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APTOPIX CFP Washington Michigan Football
Michigan running back Donovan Edwards celebrates after scoring against Washington during the first half of the national championship game in Houston. Michigan won the title, 34-13. (AP Photo/Godofredo A. Vasquez)

College Football Playoff Salutes Houston Host Committee, Looks Ahead to Atlanta

The morning after Michigan won its first national championship since 1997, the College Football Playoff saluted host Houston while also officially putting Atlanta on the clock for next season in the first of an expanded 12-team playoff field. Blake Corum ran for 134 yards and two fourth-quarter touchdowns as Jim Harbaugh and the top-ranked Wolverines […]

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Field View

College Football Playoff Experience Worth the Expense for Alabama, Michigan Fans

In a sea of college football bowl games, the Rose Bowl will always stand out. As Keith Jackson said every New Year’s Day for decades, it is the “Granddaddy of Them All.” So when your favorite team earns a spot in the College Football Playoff and the destination is Pasadena, California, you make the trek […]

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