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Oh! Hello friends and followers! You may not know, but outside of updating the VGAA and Old Game Mags blogs, I’m a video game designer by trade! 

Today we released the latest game that I’ve been working on - Rival Stars College Football! It’s a game of coaching and managing a team of players at your own College, and then choosing the Plays and reactions in a game of Football!

It’s been a ton of fun making it (I was the UI Designer for it), and would love it if you check it out yourselves if you’re into this sort of thing!

Download it on iOS and Android! Let me know what you think! :)

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Newt gets Tina into quidditch, both national and hogwarts (like how there’s college american football, then that’s national american football) of course Tina is team Hufflepuff, gotta support her husband’s house.

They both get very excited to find out their child is a part of their house quidditch team, mostly likely a chaser like Newt.

Tina tires to go to every game and takes pictures for Newt when he’s off on tours and trips. Although when Newt got the news his child made it to the finals, he drops everything and quickly goes home to watch the game.

Last night Clemson upset Alabama 35-31 in the American College Football National Championship at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. Nearly 75,000 fans were in attendance at the facility which features a replica pirate ship for the city’s professional team, the Buccaneers.

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espn.go.com
Mizzou players go on strike, want president out
Black players on the Missouri football team say they will go on strike until embattled university system president Tim Wolfe resigns.

Black University of Missouri football players are striking until university president Tim Wolfe resigns after his poor handling of racist incidents on campus, including verbal assaults of several black students including the student body president.

42 of the 64 players on Missouri’s current depth chart are African-American. Several took to social media on Saturday night to address the protest, with one, cornerback John Gibson, saying: “[The decision] has nothing to do with our coaches. Our coaches are 100% behind us. Including the white ones.”