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  • Louisville has new gray unis and black camo helmets for their Florida State game

    Louisville will wear these gray uniforms, and sweet black camo helmets for their game against Florida State on October 30th.

    Might as well start hyping them early, right?

  • Check out this Division III version of Hard Knocks

    There’s no players getting called into the head coach’s office to hand in their playbooks and receive news that they’ve been cut, and there’s no rookie hazing going on, but Denison University put together an excellent “Hard Knocks” type look at their fall camp leading up to their first scrimmage of the 2014 season.

    The angles and editing that they’ve done bear a really close resemblance to the real Hard Knocks. This is well done.

    Denison had an outstanding 7-3 season last year, including a three game win-streak to close out the year. The Big Red got off to a solid start this year, beating Earlham (D-III – IN) in the season opener, but they’ve dropped the last two in a row and will take on Ohio Wesleyan this weekend.

  • Dartmouth will have a robot on the sidelines for home games

    As part of a partnership between the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Center for Telehealth and the Dartmouth Department of Athletics, a robot will be roaming the sidelines for all five of Big Green’s football games this fall.

    The robot is part of a remote concussion assessment pilot program that began on Saturday that aims to provide “real time, emergency clinical support via virtual technologies to a variety of Dartmouth sports” according to the official release from the university.

    The robot, along with some tablet and smartphone integrations, will allow doctors and neurosurgeon’s not at the game to remotely provide their expert assessments of Dartmouth players with suspected concussions.

    “Our goal at Dartmouth is to give our student-athletes the best medical care possible,” noted Drew Galbraith, the senior associate AD for Peak Performance. “By partnering with the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Center for Telehealth we can tap into the latest technology and provide additional medical coverage by having a neurosurgeon on call should a player suffer a significant head injury or need a concussion screening.”

    The sidelines will be just one of the launching points of the new technology, with the aim to bring it to other areas of need in the near future.

    “Telemedicine technology will help us have greater coverage for our teams. For example, when they’re training far from campus, such as Nordic skiing, or holding a practice out of season, especially sports where there’s a risk for head injuries. Having the ability to connect to a doctor immediately presents some real opportunities for us to provide better care for our athletes in the moment.”

    Read the full release here.

  • Video of the Day – Baylor’s bye week workout

  • Video: Jimbo Fisher tears up in the locker room after FSU beats Clemson

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    These videos are courtesy of Florida State legend Leroy Butler, who was in attendance for the Seminoles’ 23-17 overtime win over Clemson on Saturday night. After an emotional week, Jimbo Fisher clearly cherished this win, and this is solid evidence that FSU will use this week (and the admittedly self-inflicted adversity it brought) to galvanize its quest for a second straight national championship.

    We clearly have work to do as a culture in educating cell phone videographers in the practice of turning their phone sideways, but otherwise this is good stuff.

    Sal Sunseri gave Jimbo a game ball.

    Videos courtesy TomahawkNation.com.