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NFL Star Breaks Elbow Catching ... an iPhone

It was brand new, guys

(Newser) - Darren McFadden might lose his spot as the Dallas Cowboys' starting running back thanks to a slippery iPhone. McFadden—fourth in the league for rushing last season—nearly dropped his brand new iPhone at his home over Memorial Day weekend. In an effort to catch it, he cracked his right... More »

Mizzou Whips Up on Arkansas

Tigers had chip on their shoulder after BCS snub

(Newser) - The Missouri Tigers, ranked No. 1 at one point this season, were left out of the BCS bowl picture altogether and didn't forget it Tuesday, posting a 38-7 Cotton Bowl win over Arkansas, reports the Kansas City Star. Missouri's Tony Temple had records of 281 yards rushing and four touchdowns.... More »

Tebow Makes Heisman History

First sophomore to win award as college football's best

(Newser) - Florida quarterback Tim Tebow set a long list of records as a player this year; now he's set one as an award winner by claiming the 2007 Heisman Trophy. He became the first sophomore, and the first underclassman of any stripe, to be voted the award since New York's Downtown... More »

Tebow, Three Others Vie for Heisman

McFadden, Brennan and Daniel hope to beat out Florida QB for top football honor

(Newser) - Florida’s sophomore quarterback Tim Tebow may be the favorite to win the Heisman Trophy but he will face stiff competition from Arkansas running back Darren McFadden, who was last year’s runner-up. Also vying for college football’s top individual prize are Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel and Hawaii signal-caller... More »

Hogs Run Over No. 1 LSU's Hopes For Title

Berth in the BCS finale at Sugar Bowl likely disappears with loss

(Newser) - Arkansas, led by four total TDs from stud running back Darren McFadden, all but ended LSU's shot at a national championship, beating the Tigers 50-48 in triple overtime at Baton Rouge. After the Razorbacks scored and made the two-point conversion in the third extra period, LSU answered with a score... More »

College Players Back Playoff, Pay, USC

SI takes pulse of Division I football; athletes join coaches in picking Trojans

(Newser) - Division I football players want to play for Pete Carroll, possibly because they're picking USC to win the national title. They spend nearly as much time on football as they would on a full-time job, and they'd like to be paid that way. SI polled 119 players (one from each... More »

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