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Cowboys Officially Sign Ezekiel Elliott To 4-Year, $24.9 Mil DealThe Dallas Cowboys first-round NFL Draft pick has officially signed his contract with the club.
Cowboys Zeke: Marketable, Flashy And GreatElliott has flash. Elliott is marketable. But most of all: He’s the guy, along with Florida State defensive back Jalen Ramsey, who held top spots on the Dallas draft board.
Elliott Already Lofty In Cowboys Lore As No. 4 Overall PickEzekiel Elliott already has a lofty spot in Dallas Cowboys lore. Now the former Ohio State running back has to try to live up to it.
Braxton Miller Shares Cowboys Draft Vision With 'Ben & Skin'Braxton Miller has a vision.
Texas A&M Women Fall To Ohio State In Final Game Of Thanksgiving ShootoutThe No. 11 Buckeyes beat No. 10 Texas A&M 95-80 on Saturday in the final game of the South Point Thanksgiving Shootout.
This Week In College Football: What's Wrong With Ohio State?The Buckeyes haven't lived up to expectations so far, what's the reason?
This Week In College Football: 4 Takeaways From First 4 WeeksConference season ramps up this week, here's what I've learned so far.
8 Most Successful Position Switches In SportsBraxton Miller is hoping his play at wide receiver will land him on this list one day.
4 Things To Know About Ohio State's Star RB Ezekiel ElliottAfter running for 246 yards and four touchdowns and leading Ohio State to victory in the National Championship game on Monday, Ezekiel Elliott has become a household name.
How Could The College Football Playoff Change Next Year?Now that it's over, let's look ahead and examine where the College Football Playoff goes from here.
Ohio State Marching Band Prepares For Texas PerformanceThey've moonwalked their way to national fame and before Monday night’s big game; North Texans got the chance to watch the Ohio State Marching Band up close and in person.
CFP, NCAA Will Reimburse Athletes' Families For Travel To TexasUnder NCAA guidelines, schools were permitted to use a student assistance fund for a one-time payment of $800 to help fund families' postseason travel. But that didn't come close to covering all of the costs.

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