FOR SEPT. 7, 2015

To the college football fan, games are more than just 60 minutes of action. They are dates circled long ago on the calendar, meetings against old rivals, reunions of friends and family who share an undying devotion to their school. To capture the college football experience, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED has launched Campus Rush, a website dedicated to covering the programs, players, fans and eccentricities that make the sport special. The site features behind-the-scenes stories, game-day images, virtual road trips, a tailgating tour and exclusive locker room access from campuses across the country. To experience the rush, go to campusrush.com

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