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College Sports: Best in Texas: Which school has the best set of uniforms? | SportsDay

Comment on This Story Staff illustration Uniforms from the University of Houston, Baylor, TCU, Texas A&M and Texas are near the top of our Best in Texas college football uniforms. By SportsDayDFW.com Contact SportsDayDFW.com on Twitter: @SportsDayDFW
College football has placed a lot of emphasis on having the latest, greatest uniforms as a recruiting tool since the early 2000s when Oregon started putting a lot of resources into creating top-of-the-line uniforms.

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WV Young Entrepreneur of the Year: Nesha Ashok Sanghavi – University Girls

West Virginia District Office You are here SBA.gov » Local Assistance » District Office List » West Virginia District Office » WV Young Entrepreneur of the Year: Nesha Ashok Sanghavi – University Girls WV Young Entrepreneur of the Year: Nesha Ashok Sanghavi – University Girls Nominated by: Sam Payne, WV Small Business Development Center The U.S. Small Business Administration’s West Virginia District Director, Karen Friel is excited to announce Nesha Sanghavi, founder of University Girls, as the SBA West Virginia 2016 Young Entrepreneur of the Year. Sanghavi was nominated for the award by Sam Payne, Business Coach for the West Virginia Small Business …

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Nike Dunk High Villanova 850477-103

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Back in the Nike Dunk High ‘s heyday, Villanova University was a basketball powerhouse. Flash forward to over three decades later and the Wildcats are back on top of the college hoops world after a stunning victory over the Tar Heels in this year’s National Championship. What better way to celebrate than to release the infamous Nike Dunk High in a retro Villanova-themed colorway?

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Gauchos make grand entrance to CWS; Chanticleers coming, too

National News Gauchos make grand entrance to CWS; Chanticleers coming, too Members of UC Santa Barbara pile onto teammate Sam Cohen following his walkoff grand slam to win an NCAA college baseball tournament super regional game against Louisville, Sunday, June 12, 2016 in Louisville Ky. (AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley) Posted: June 13, 2016 SHARE By Eric Olson, The Associated Press Posted: June 13, 2016 UC Santa Barbara and Coastal Carolina are heading to the College World Series for the first time.

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College World Series: 5 things you should know about each team | NCAA.com

College World Series: 5 things you should know about each team Austin R. Vaughn | NCAA.com Contact | Archive | RSS Here we are, just days away from the first game of the College World Series. But before the first pitch is thrown in Omaha, here are five facts about each team that you should know, whether you’re a rookie or know every player from California’s 1947 championship squad: No. 1 Florida Gators History: The Gators have a storied history going back to their first season in 1912.

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This Duke Football Walk-On Got Surprised With A Scholarship In Awesome Fashion

It’s always cool to see videos of walk-on college athletes receiving a surprise scholarship after putting in enough hard work to earn it. It’s even cooler when the coach finds a creative way to make the moment more memorable. Duke’s Danny Doyle , a junior defensive end, recently received one of those surprise scholarships during a team meeting, but it wasn’t coach David Cutcliffe who broke the news.

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Tulane has dope new dark green and sky blue uniforms

The Green Wave … and the Blue Wave, and the Black Wave?

Tulane’s been known as the Green Wave since 1920, when the school newspaper published a song that bestowed the team name. Tulane’s uniforms, though, have been forgettably green for many years — even though Shaun King led the team to an undefeated season in 1998, does anyone remember how Tulane looked, except for “kinda green”?

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