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Big 12 revenue eclipses $300 million mark
The Big 12 is making plenty of money, but it still lags well behind the SEC and Big Ten.
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Shaq Wiggins opts for Tennessee after leaving Louisville
After a couple of years away, the defensive back has returned to the SEC.
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Work in weight & film rooms has Hayes ready to meet five-star potential
Common thinking might give four- and five-star recruits too much credit. They do not all arrive ready to play at the collegiate level on day one. It takes time, conditioning, learning. Perhaps it was that...
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LSU indefinitely suspends lineman Adrian Magee
Because of injury, the backup had started at RT this spring.
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Louisiana-Lafayette suspends 13 players arrested on felony charges
The dirty baker's dozen are alleged to have stolen $2,400 worth of items from dorm room.This'll
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Louisville grad transfer QB Kyle Bolin tweets transfer to Rutgers
Texas, Cincinnati had also been mentioned as potential destinations.
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Where Notre Dame was & is: Defensive Line
Heading into spring practice, a quick look was taken at each position group in order of “expected level of interest or question marks,” from least interesting to most, as dictated by an “Inside the Irish”...
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Nick Saban on QB controversy: ‘there isn’t one’
Alabama head coach is perturbed with the media. Again.
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LOOK: Jim Harbaugh hooks Pope Francis up with Michigan helmet, pair of Jordans
Wolverines coach didn't come to his meet & greet with His Holiness empty-handed.
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Tulane turns to Jonathan Banks as starter at QB
JUCO transfer appears ready to take over woeful Green Wave passing attack.
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Drew O’Bryan leaves Western Kentucky, drops down to FCS level
The linebacker will be eligible to play immediately in 2017.
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Pair of Alabama defenders undergo surgery after Tide’s spring game
Alabama’s spring game wrapped up on Saturday and with it, the last of the Crimson Tide’s spring practices. While that means the coaching staff is free to fly across the country to visit recruits...
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SEC commissioner hints at review of rules regarding alcohol sales in football stadiums
The prohibition of alcohol at football stadiums has undergone one interesting about-face in college athletics the past 15 years or so. While various suite levels at stadiums across the country have...
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QB Malik Zaire reportedly sets timetable for transfer decision while adding Harvard to the mix
While we don’t yet know where former Notre Dame quarterback Malik Zaire is transferring to, we might have an idea of when he plans on making a move this offseason. Per Orangebloods.com’s Anwar...
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Tennessee hires College Football Playoff CFO for administrative role
Tennessee might not be a favorite to make the College Football Playoff in 2017 but the school is doing their best to bring a little bit of the sport’s postseason to Knoxville. Athletic director John...
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Oklahoma CB P.J. Mbanasor will transfer to Louisville
Four-star 2015 recruit will have to sit out the 2017 season.
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Northwestern, Pat Fitzgerald agree to lengthy contract extension
The longtime Wildcats head coach now signed through the 2026 season.
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Tommy Tuberville won’t run for governor in Alabama
Months of speculation, consideration ends with former Auburn coach nixing gubernatorial run.
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Former four-star QB Jack Allison leaving Miami
Strong-armed QB had fallen to third on the depth chart, with 4-star signee set to join the fray this summer as well.
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Dismissed Duke duo tweet they’re transferring to USF
Bulls appear set to add at one former starting defensive lineman.
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Infant son of D’Onta Foreman passed away during Texas’ 2016 season
Talented RB played most of the 2016 season shouldering unimaginable burden.
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Via Twitter, safety Jordan Fogal says he’s leaving Utah
The defensive back is leaving as a grad transfer, will b eligible immediately in 2017.
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Oklahoma State’s Jordan Brailford undergoes shoulder surgery, may be back before opener
When it comes to injuries, Brailford can't catch a break unless it's a bad one.
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Alabama's Hurts uses photo of Clemson celebrating as motivation
Crimson Tide starter has unique way of reminding himself of title loss to Clemson.
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Father of former Florida State WR Travis Rudolph killed in accidental shooting
The elder Rudolph was killed by a stray bullet while working at a Florida night club on Friday morning.
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LSU QB Danny Etling undergoes back surgery
Etling isn't expected to miss time after undergoing a surgery to relieve back pain.
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Willie Taggart defends Oregon’s offseason workouts
Willie Taggart thinks Oregon football players need to get tougher, but insists his staff did not overwork players in offseason workouts.
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Brian Kelly & Jack Swarbrick on Notre Dame’s changes moving forward
Whether 2016’s disappointing 4-8 finish was the impetus to program-wide alterations at Notre Dame this offseason, it certainly underscored the need. For the last few months, Irish coach Brian Kelly has...
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Ohio State claims 2017 national championship… for spring game attendance
The Buckeyes have established a dynasty when it comes to packing the stadium for the spring game.
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Edgerrin James’ nephew to transfer from Miami
Jeff James was one of seven players suspended for the Russell Athletic Bowl.
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Georgia ‘parts ways’ with four-star 2017 signee accused of assaulting mother of his child
Officially, D'Antne Demery has been charged with criminal trespass and simple battery.
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Tom Herman pulls California QB recruit Cameron Rising away from Oklahoma
Rising had been committed to the Sooners since August before flipping to the Longhorns.
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LSU lands Randy Moss’s son as tight end transfer
The younger Moss started three games for NC State as a true freshman last fall.
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Michigan meets with refugees as part of Italian Spring Break trip
The Wolverines' first stop in Rome was to distribute supplies to a group of refugees.
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Former Tennesse RB Jalen Hurd to play WR at Baylor, per report
Hurd will sit out the 2017 season before transitioning to become a Baylor wide receiver.
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Georgia OL arrested for allegedly choking girlfriend
Demery allegedly choked and later shoved the mother of his 1-year-old child at an Athens Waffle House on Saturday night.
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Following spring practice, will Notre Dame continue habitual progress?
By no means is Irish coach Brian Kelly going to measure Alizé Mack’s progress by if the junior tight end makes his bed every morning. Mack’s mother might—mine would certainly factor it in—but when Kelly...
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QB controversy in Tuscaloosa? Freshman Tua Tagovailoa impresses at Alabama spring game
Alabama’s annual A-Day spring game took place at Bryant-Denny Stadium on Saturday and those tuning in to the Crimson team’s last minute 27-24 win over the White team had to be especially...
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What we learned: Hayes, Book star in Notre Dame’s spring finale
Time spent on a traditional game wrap of a spring intrasquad exhibition seems misspent. Gold won Notre Dame’s annual Blue-Gold Game 27-14 led by rising sophomore quarterback Ian Book. The first-string...
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Baylor freshman tailback Abram Smith out for the season with spring ACL tear
Baylor kicked off the first spring game of the Matt Rhule era on Saturday and wrapped things up with a 65-39 Gold team victory over the Green squad that included a pretty impressive touchdown catch from...
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Brian Kelly takes the blame for Notre Dame’s struggles last season
Notre Dame wrapped up spring football with the Irish’s annual spring game on NBC Sports Network on Saturday afternoon in South Bend and front and center was not surprisingly head coach Brian Kelly....
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SEC commissioner confirms graduate transfer rule changes will be discussed at spring meetings
We’re still over a month away from the SEC’s annual spring meetings down in Destin, Fla. but one item we might be able to confirm is on the agenda will be the graduate transfer rules for the...
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Iowa no closer to naming a starting quarterback after spring practice wraps up
Iowa wrapped up spring football on Friday night as the Hawkeyes held their annual spring game under the lights at Kinnick Stadium. One of the biggest storylines surrounding the team heading into the 2017...
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Swarbrick: ND football is multi-year investment
Notre Dame Vice President and Director of Athletics Jack Swarbrick explains the direction of the football program and the changes expected moving forward.
Kelly accepts blame for last season's struggles
Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly breaks down a disappointing season for his program and how the Fighting Irish plan to bounce back this year.
ND Ian Book throws long pass to Stepherson
Notre Dame's Ian Book throws his longest pass of the day to Kevin Stepherson for a first and goal in the spring Blue and Gold game.
DeShone Kizer stands by Brady, Newton comments
DeShone Kizer reflects on his comments about potentially being one of the greatest quarterbacks in the NFL, and his career at Notre Dame.
Arkansas exploring having metal detectors at stadium this fall
The Arkansas legislature recently exempted state colleges from a new concealed-carry handgun law but that has not stopped schools from worrying about safety at big events in their stadiums this fall. To...
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Police: Dismissed Michigan State player sexually assaulted woman while girlfriend waited in car
Police detective's testimony is damning for former four-star recruit.
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What Notre Dame players should you actually watch? Plus, catch up on reading
If technology does its part, this will post as its typist meanders toward finding his credential for the Blue-Gold Game to conclude Notre Dame’s spring practice. If technology doesn’t do its part, well,...
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Ray Lewis’ son reportedly set to transfer from Utah State
The former two-star recruit was second on team in receptions and receiving yards as a true freshman.
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Maryland adds associate head coach title to wide receivers coach Chris Beatty’s resume
Just before the Terps’ spring football game on Saturday, Maryland has added a title and given a promotion to wide receivers coach Chris Beatty. The Terrapin Times is first reported the change, which...
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Michigan State DE Auston Robertson dismissed from program after sexual conduct charge
Michigan State has dismissed defensive end Auston Robertson from the football team. It surfaced earlier on Friday that Robertson was facing a third-degree criminal sexual conduct charge as the result of an ...
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Harbaugh, Michigan will meet Pope Francis during trip
While a large number of teams across the country are wrapping up their spring practices, Michigan will actually be getting ready to leave for Italy.
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Saban on title game loss to Clemson: 'I’ll never get over it'
As much as college football coaches preach about moving on to the game in front of them, past results have a history of lingering in their minds
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Friday at 4: Four offensive positions to watch in Notre Dame’s spring game
There are two common ways of looking at the annual spring game. It is the last action involving Notre Dame football readily available for public consumption until Sept. 2, 133 days away. Or it is an...
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Colorado State LB Hunter Donnelly arrested after violating restraining order
And it’s Colorado State that gets the “honor” this time around of resetting the “Days Without An Arrest” ticker back to double zeroes. According to The Coloradoan, linebacker...
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ESPN acquires Miami Beach Bowl, will move it out of Florida
Texas is the early favorite as new home for bowl game.
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Michigan State signee injured in jet-ski accident still hospitalized, but making progress
Three-star 2017 recruit , who sustained internal injuries, able to walk the hallways.
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Report: Video of 'Bama player kicking assault victim in head
One witness says racial slur preceded alleged assault that left victim with broken bones in his face.
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Houston WRs coach Darrell Wyatt ‘steps down,’ replaced by Kenny Guiton
The former Ohio State QB returns to UH after brief stint with Tom Herman at Texas.
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Blue-Gold Game primer with help from Notre Dame’s coordinators
You didn’t hear? Notre Dame plays Notre Dame tomorrow. Here, let’s make this easy. WHO? Notre Dame’s first-string offense against its first-string defense, and the Irish second-string defense against the...
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Michigan State’s Auston Robertson facing criminal sexual conduct charge
This is the former four-star lineman's third run-in with the law in two years.
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Nick Saban offers update on Alabama player who turned himself in on felony assault warrant
Deionte Thompson is back at school, but unlikely to play in Saturday's spring game
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UNC transfer QB Caleb Henderson sidelined for Maryland’s spring game
Terrapin fans will have to wait for their first 'real' view of QB front-runner.
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Ball State’s second-leading receiver transfers to Virginia Tech
After sitting out 2017 season, Damon Hazelton will have three years of eligibility remaining.
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Malik Dixon tweets decision to transfer from USF
The LB missed most of 2016 with an injury, was expected to contribute heavily this season.
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Four defensive positions to watch in Notre Dame spring game
Entering spring, question marks riddled Notre Dame’s defense. What is a rover? Who will play on the defensive line? Do the Irish have enough big bodies to fill the defensive line? What about athletes at...
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San Diego State, UCLA add second home-and-home
Two teams will play in 2019 & 2020 as well as this one in 2023 & 2026.
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James Franklin wants media to partake in Penn State spring game
This could get ugly, folks.
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Rutgers issues response to NCAA Notice of Allegations
The Scarlet Knights have been charged with six Level II violations and one Level III.
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Eighteen Alcorn State players arrested in conjunction with cafeteria fight
More arrests could be forthcoming after video of the fight circulated on social media.
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Virginia Tech LB Eron Carter transferring to pursue track career
Three-star 2016 signee wants to concentrate on shot put, discus events.
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Boston College’s new AD will be youngest in the Power Five
The 37-year-old coms to Chestnut Hill from Ohio State.
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TCU-turned-Rutgers QB Zach Allen suffers torn ACL
Injury to redshirt senior leaves Scarlet Knights with just one healthy scholarship QB.
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Western Michigan’s leading tackler decides against a transfer, returns to Broncos
Post-Fleck WMU gets a huge boost with the return of defensive leader Robert Spillane.
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Kelly on Blue-Gold Game format and expectations, physical WRs and more Notre Dame construction
The annual spring Blue-White Game just doesn’t have the same ring to it as Blue-Gold Game, does it? Whatever the colors may be, Saturday’s final spring practice will feature a scrimmage of Notre Dame’s...
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Indiana won’t accept any player with history of violence
The Big Ten school matches SEC policy, then expands it.
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Dismissed Rutgers QB to start anew at Kansas JUCO
Tylin Oden had previously placed dismissal squarely on his own shoulders.
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Harbaugh: Speight starter for now; competition still on
Wilton Speight remains the top option at quarterback but Jim Harbaugh seems very open to the idea of making a change.
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Mercedes Benz Stadium still on track for kickoff games
The new stadium in Atlanta continues to work through delays, but an official believes the venue will be ready to host Georgia Tech vs. Tennessee and Alabama vs. Florida State in September.
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Mike Riley names Tanner Lee as Nebraska’s starting QB
Tanner Lee brings with him some starting experience, but the expectations are a bit higher now at Nebraska.
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WATCH: UNC players go nuts over getting Jordan Retro 11s
Nothing gets football players as excited as the news they are receiving free sneakers.
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Oklahoma State’s bowl rings seem to forget Pokes lost
Oklahoma State played a full season feeling they were cheated out of a win by poor officiating, and now they have bowl rings to tell a different story.
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Boise State QB Rathen Ricedorff ruled ineligible over NCAA violation
Broncos' statement says QB 'rendered himself ineligible for entire 2017 football season.'
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Lane Kiffin: ‘Not really big on humiliating assistant coaches'
The former Alabama offensive coordinator appears to take a jab at Nick Saban.
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Focus on Notre Dame’s dueling new schemes, not the individual players
Inevitably, Saturday’s Blue-Gold Game’s most exciting moments will come when a young receiver breaks loose for a long touchdown or an unproven defensive lineman makes plays in the offensive backfield on...
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ACC confirms conference’s football title game returning to Charlotte
Replacement of controversial HB2 legislation paved way for return.
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MTSU line coach Rick Mallory recovering from heart attack
Wife details significant medical event in Facebook post.
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Transferring Auburn QB Tyler Queen opts for D-II school
The redshirt sophomore who was buried on the depth chart on The Plains will be eligible to play in 2017.
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In midst of sexual-assault scandal, Baylor confirms hiring of first female president
New prez goes 'into this with eyes wide open' when it comes to the black cloud parked over the university.
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Iowa, Iowa State extend CyHawk series through 2023
The two rivals have met continuously since 1977.
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Clemson FB Garrett Williams suffers torn ACL
Williams has been a mainstay for the Clemson offense over the past two years.
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Georgia tells reporters to keep mum on injuries until Kirby Smart gives the okay
Georgia is telling reporters to ignore injuries it witnesses in practice until Kirby Smart can comment on them.
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Texas Tech’s opener against FCS powerhouse Eastern Washington moved to Sunday… maybe
Three games (possibly) the first full weekend of 2017 season will now be played on Sunday.
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More construction delays for site of Alabama-FSU opener
Georgia Dome demolition indefinitely postponed as opening of Mercedes-Benz Stadium is again pushed back.
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Member of Michigan State’s 2017 recruiting class had to be airlifted after jet ski accident
It’s been a trying last 24 hours news-wise for Michigan State’s most recent recruiting class. Overnight, reports surfaced that Jacub Panasiuk, a 2017 MSU signee, had been issued an alcohol...
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Michigan couple turns Jim Harbaugh’s surname into son’s first name
Wolverines coach introduced 'Harbaugh Lee Fettig' to his 1.63 million Twitter followers.
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How will new NCAA legislation actually affect Notre Dame?
The NCAA came one step closer to a number of new rules last week. For the most part, Notre Dame expected the decisions as approved. The bullet points: Classes of signed recruits may no longer exceed 25...
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Virginia announces transfer of WR David Eldridge
Receiver's 22.1 yards per catch was tops on the Cavaliers in 2016.
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Texas, Cincinnati among potential landing spots for Louisville graduate transfer QB
A pair of MAC schools, Northern Illinois and Western Michigan, also mentioned.
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Myles Garrett admits to ‘choking out’ LSU players
The former Aggie admitted to administering some vigilante justice during a loss to LSU last season.
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LSU lands Texas Tech DL transfer Breiden Fehoko
Fehoko will sit out the 2017 season before playing for LSU in 2018.
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Ohio State still leads the nation in spring attendance
Ohio Stadium may be undergoing renovations, but the Buckeyes still managed to pull in the nation's largest spring game crowd this year so far.
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Official beers of LSU and Louisiana-Lafayette could soon be outlawed
A Louisiana lawmaker wants to make it illegal for LSU and other schools in the state to have an official beer.
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Tom Herman reflects on relationship with Cardale Jones
Texas head coach Tom Herman values his relationship with former Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones.
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Bielema sends punter home to celebrate Easter alone
Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema updated the injury status of a couple of Razorbacks, and was not pleased with how one happened.
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VIDEO: Nebraska helps military dad reunite with family at spring game
An Army soldier surprised his family at the Nebraska spring game with a little help from the program.
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Eight-win season activates extension for Mike Leach
Mike Leach has led Washington State to a 17-9 mark over the past two seasons.
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VIDEO: Ohio State fan scores touchdown in Buckeyes spring game
Jacob Jarvis capped the Ohio State spring game by scoring a touchdown and being mobbed by celebrating Buckeyes.
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Items stolen from family of Carr’s late grandson returned
A viral Facebook post helped recover hard drives containing photos of Lloyd Carrs late grandson.
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VIDEO: P.J. Fleck turns Easter egg hunt into surprise scholarship
Walk-on linebacker Blake Cashman was awarded a surprise scholarship offer after a team-wide Easter egg hunt.
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State budget cuts drove need for Northern Illinois to add Florida State to loaded 2018 schedule
Northern Illinois raised a few eyebrows a few weeks ago when word came out that they had added a trip to Florida State to their 2018 schedule. The 2013 Orange Bowl rematch from the days of the BCS was...
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Kansas State officially announces Iowa’s Gene Taylor as new AD
After several weeks of searching, Kansas State has a new athletic director. The Wildcats confirmed reports on Friday that the school has hired Gene Taylor to be the new AD, replacing John Currie after he...
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P.J. Fleck’s hand-painted shoes for Minnesota’s spring game are ELITE
This is a big weekend for spring games all across the country but one of the more intriguing ones might be in the Twin Cities as we get our first good look at Minnesota under new coach P.J. Fleck. The...
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Texas ups facilities arms race with new $10k lockers complete with TV’s as name plates
While head coach Tom Herman may have stumbled in taking a sledgehammer to the Texas locker room, the new digs in Austin for the Longhorns will make just about everybody forget about those demolition issues...
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Pair of Oklahoma corners to transfer from Sooners
P.J. Mbanasor, former four-star recruit, and Antoine Stephens decide to lave Norman.
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Nick Saban releases statement on Deionte Thompson
Coach says DB 'has been excused today to cooperate with law enforcement' after felony warrant issued.
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Middle Tennessee State dismisses the two players involved in puppy-beating video
Justin Akins, Shalom Alvarez on the receiving end of Rick Stockstill's boot.
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Ex-Alabama, current UTSA DL coach Bo Davis given two-year show-cause
Davis will be barred from all off-campus recruiting activities during the two years the show-cause is in place.
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Clemson grad transfer Scott Pagano opts for Oregon over Oklahoma
The defensive tackle had also taken official visits to Arkansas, Notre Dame and Texas.
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NCAA approves 10th assistant, additional recruiting reforms
Early signing period in December one final vote away from being implemented.
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Felony warrant issued for Alabama DB Deionte Thompson in connection to alleged beating of man
The redshirt freshman is one of four being sought on felony aggravated assault warrants.
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Randy Moss’ son will transfer from NC State
Thaddeus Moss seemed to be in line for significant playing time with the Wolfpack.
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A look at Kizer’s fall from top pick to possibly the top pick … of the second round
The NFL Draft consumes football conversation this time of year for one reason: There is not much else going on in the football universe. Similarly, college fans overanalyze each school’s recruiting class...
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MTSU AD issues statement in wake of disturbing puppy-beating video
The players involved remain indefinitely suspended.
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Reserve Florida DE Justus Reed tweets decision to transfer
With no room available at the playing-time inn, Justus Reed has decided to ply his football-playing wares elsewhere. On his personal Twitter account Thursday, the Florida defensive end announced that he...
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Ex-Boise State DT found not guilty of felony after biting off part of teammate’s ear
I don’t know how many different ways I can write “another headline I’d never thought I’d type,” so I won’t even try. According to the Idaho Statesman, former Boise State...
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Suspended by Oklahoma in January, Parrish Cobb arrested again for felony armed robbery
The Baylor transfer cornerback is now facing at least six felony charges.
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Pitt issues statements on passing of Dan Rooney
The Panthers have shared their Heinz Field home with the Steelers since 2001.
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Oklahoma officially adds graduate transfer WR Jeff Badet
Following the loss of Dee Westbrook, the Oklahoma Sooners are going back to the transfer receiver route with Jeff Badet from Kentucky.
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SEC football fans in Mexico about to get SEC Network
The SEC Network has become a valuable asset for the SEC, and a move by ESPN is destined to make it even more so.
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Okla. St. launches Heisman campaign for Mason Rudolph
Oklahoma State launched a Heisman campaign for quarterback Mason Rudolph with a secret message that needed to be decoded.
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West Virginia governor reportedly trying to oust Doc Holliday at Marshall, bring back Bob Pruett
The 73-year-old Pruett hasn't coached at any level since the 2008 season.
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Female kicker making college football scholarship history
Arizona high schooler becomes first female to sign a football National Letter of Intent.
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Report: MSU player subject of second sexual assault probe
This probe is separate from first that resulted in suspensions for three players, one staffer.
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2018 Virginia Tech-Florida State opener to be played Labor Day night
ACC's annual holiday tradition began in 2004, continues this year with Georgia Tech-Tennessee.
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Ex-Baylor hoops player might give Bears football a shot
Baylor has a history of welcoming basketball players to its football team.
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New Mexico losing QB JaJuan Lawson as grad transfer
The rising redshirt junior was firmly entrenched behind starter Lamar Jordan.
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Auburn adds Al Borges as offensive analyst
Al Borges was a key member of the Auburn staff during an undefeated season in 2004. Now, he will provide some offensive insight as an analyst.
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MTSU players investigated and suspended for Snapchat video of puppy being beaten
A Snapchat video of a Middle Tennessee player beating a puppy has caused an investigation and suspension.
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Attorney wants Sankey off NCAA hearing regarding UNC
Is there a conflict of interest for SEC commissioner Greg Sankey in the UNC academic scandal? One attorney thinks so.
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Florida QB Kyle Trask undergoes minor knee surgery
Redshirt freshman runs risk of falling further behind starter
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Either Oklahoma or Oregon to be next home for Clemson graduate transfer Scott Pagano
Nearly two months after deciding to transfer from Clemson, Scott Pagano is on the verge of pulling the trigger on his next collegiate destination. According to the South Bend Tribune, Pagano informed the...
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Oklahoma State wins out over Auburn, Texas Tech for Cal grad transfer Aaron Cochran
Mammoth offensive tackle had also considered Auburn, Texas Tech
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Kizer on Kelly’s comments: ‘It’s honestly the truth’
Well, this was predictable. Former Notre Dame quarterback DeShone Kizer agrees with Irish coach Brian Kelly that Kizer has more growing to do on the football field. Kizer appeared on ESPN Chicago 1000 FM’s...
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Baker Mayfield talks about ‘higher standard’ at Oklahoma
Oklahoma starting QB Baker Mayfield lays blame for off-field issues at feet of players, not coaches.
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ACL tear for Mississippi State WR Malik Dear confirmed
The versatile junior suffered the injury earlier in spring practice, has already undergone surgery.
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Jon Gruden, his father to serve as honorary coaches for Indiana’s spring game
Rumors connecting Chucky to the collegiate coaching game will come to fruition -- for a day.
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Report: Michigan’s Drake Johnson hasn’t yet put end to playing career
Jim Harbaugh indicated Monday that the oft-injured RB would be retiring.
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Clemson grad transfer CB opts for Oklahoma State over Houston, UCF
Adrian Baker is expected to provide some much-needed secondary help to the Cowboys.
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Jim Harbaugh hoping Grant Newsome can play… in 2018
Michigan's head coach all but rules out starting left tackle for 2017 season.
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Miami QB hopeful Jack Allison suffers shoulder sprain
Jack Allison suffered the injury during a full-contact scrimmage over the weekend.
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Rice debuts new logo, word marks
The new logo is, among other things, "aggressive."
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Louisville the new home for South Carolina transfer Boosie Whitlow
North Carolina and Troy were also considered by the defensive end.
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Washington confirms long-term contract extension for Chris Petersen
Expected to make the head coach the highest paid in the Pac-12.
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Clemson transfer Adrian Baker down to trio of landing spots
Ex-Tiger DB whittles choices down to Oklahoma State, Houston, UCF.
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K-State hires one defensive coach, promotes another
Jon Fabris returns for a second stint in Little Manhattan.
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Michigan RB Drake Johnson puts end to injury-riddled football career
Run over by a forklift, two ACL tears litter back's extensive medical charts.
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Presumptive Georgia Tech starter out for rest of spring
Matthew Jordan is easily the most experienced in four-man battle to replace Justin Thomas.
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TCU grad transfer RB Trevorris Johnson lands at Oregon State
Johnson ran for 789 yards and eight touchdowns on 137 carries in Horned Frogs career.
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CB John Johnson leaving UCLA as a grad transfer
With his four-star brother at Utah, the Utes could be an option.
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Purdue DB Andy Chelf shot, tweets he’s ‘blessed to see another day’
Chelf was shot in the torso as police continue to search for the shooter.
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Former Oregon assistant David Reaves pleads no contest to drunk driving charge
Reaves resigned shortly after his Oregon hiring after being arrested for drunk driving.
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Illinois WR Desmond Cain announces transfer to North Dakota State
Cain was one of Illinois top performers as a freshman in 2015 but fell out of favor in 2016.
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Former Texas Tech head coach Spike Dykes passes away
Dykes left Texas Tech after 13 seasons as the Red Raiders all-time wins leader.
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Arizona adds future game against FCS juggernaut North Dakota State
North Dakota State has won six straight games against FBS opponents. Will the streak still be alive by the time they play Arizona?
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Clemson enjoying a week atop the spring football attendance charts
Clemson fans were buzzing at the spring game, but college football's traditional spring football favorites are about to have their say in the attendance rankings.
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McKinley, Boykin show depth in Irish WR corps
If there is any advantage to starting an inexperienced quarterback such as Notre Dame junior Brandon Wimbush, it is the chemistry he theoretically developed with the younger receivers while taking third...
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Oklahoma LB Kapri Doucet announces transfer at end of spring
Sunday has not exactly been a day that has allowed Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops to relax on the couch and watch the Masters on TV. First freshman quarterback Chris Robison was arrested for public intoxication...
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Max Browne says he got 'short end of stick' at USC
One of the more interesting graduate transfers this offseason was that of quarterback Max Browne to Pittsburgh.
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Yet another Oklahoma quarterback arrested for public intoxication
Bob Stoops can’t catch a break with his quarterbacks in 2017. Fresh off a Sugar Bowl victory and back-to-back Big 12 titles, you would think the Oklahoma head coach would be in for a relaxing few...
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Report: Miami QB Allison injures shoulder in scrimmage
It’s pretty rare for any college quarterback to get hit in practice nowadays given the potential for injury so most head coach stay away from full-contact with their signal-callers. That does not...
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Swinney names favorite to replace Watson out of spring
One of the bigger storylines in college football heading into the 2017 season is who will replace Deshaun Watson at Clemson.
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Kirk Ferentz on Iowa: We’re not a very good team right now
The Iowa Hawkeyes are installing a new offensive system, and the transition is not going very smoothly according to head coach Kirk Ferentz.
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Feleipe Franks comes out of spring as Florida QB to beat
Given how the spring game played out, it would seem to be a fairly safe bet Feleipe Franks will be the new starting quarterback for the Gators in Gainesville.
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Jimbo Fisher on Francois: 'He is a big-time player'
Entering his second season, Deondre Francois is handling the pressures of being the starting quarterback and learning from his past mistakes on the field.
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Auburn trustees approve proposal for club seating upgrade to Jordan-Hare Stadium
In addition to the single largest donation in school history, Auburn also gave the green light to additional parts of the renovation plans to Jordan-Hare Stadium.
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Nick Saban makes good on dinner bet with Dabo Swinney
Swinney was still $50 shy of covering his entire dinner tab, though.
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Ex-Tennessee RB Jalen Hurd reportedly set to visit Baylor
Highly-productive back has already visited Cal, Louisville, Ohio State.
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The business decision of ‘the best quarterback in the draft’
The headline in these parts was—Kelly on Kizer: ‘He’s got all the tools … He needs more football’ Irish coach Brian Kelly would rather it have read something along the lines of, “Coach Kelly sees Kizer as...
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Two Utah State players arrested for suspicion of burglary, theft
The redshirt freshmen allegedly stole video game consoles, games.
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TE Jace Sternberger tweets decision to transfer from Kansas
Jayhawk TEs caught just 11 passes last season, likely triggering the move.
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Spencer Perry uses Twitter to announce transfer from Notre Dame
Former three-star recruit had tumbled down the Irish's depth chart.
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Successful appeal will allow Louisville transfer Shaq Wiggins to consider Mississippi State
At least a little bit of fairness and/or common sense has cropped up in The ‘Ville. Friday, Shaq Wiggins, who revealed earlier this offseason that he would be leaving Louisville as a graduate transfer...
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Starting Iowa safety Brandon Snyder tears ACL
Officially, the redshirt junior is out indefinitely; unofficially, he's likely out for the season.
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Aggies wideout cites jock itch as defense for allegedly exposing himself to tutors
A few hours ago, my colleague John Taylor wrote, “another day, another headline I’d never imagined I’d ever write” in reference to Texas A&M receiver Kirk Merritt facing charges...
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Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield enters not guilty plea in Arkansas arrest
While Baker Mayfield is working his way through the Oklahoma defense during spring football this week, his attorney is helping the quarterback work his way through the court system. The Tulsa World is...
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Tom Herman takes a swing at demolishing Texas locker room, doesn’t go so smoothly
Texas generates more revenue than any college program in the country so it’s probably not too surprising to hear that the Longhorns are pumping some of that money into re-doing their football locker...
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Mountain West alters revenue distribution plan based on TV appearances, but Boise State keeps sweetheart deal
One of the more obscure remnants of the realignment era in college athletics is the way the Mountain West distributes television revenue. Most notably, Boise State was allowed to keep a certain slice of the...
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Auburn reportedly the landing spot for Florida State grad transfer lineman Wilson Bell
The offensive lineman played his high school football in the state of Alabama.
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A&M WR Kirk Merritt facing charges for allegedly exposing himself to tutors
Another day, another headline I’d never imagined I’d ever write. According to the Houston Chronicle‘s Brent Zwerneman, Texas A&M wide receiver Kirk Merritt pleaded not guilty late last...
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Kelly on situational safeties and Spencer Perry’s transfer
If anyone hoped the move of Notre Dame senior Drue Tranquill from safety to rover would lessen the questions at the former position, they hoped in vain. The defensive backfield’s elder statesman is spending...
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Duke transfer QB Sirk decides to play for East Carolina
The move comes a week or so after Sirk had visited South Carolina.
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Virginia self-imposes sanctions after NCAA violation
Reductions in off-campus contacts and spring evaluations among the punitive measures.
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Shaq Wiggins barred by Louisville from transferring to five schools
Mississippi State, Notre Dame among the banned quintet.
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Penn State wants trustee who derided victims to step down
The trustee said he was "running out of sympathy for 35-year-old, so-called victims with seven-digit net worth."
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LSU transfer Andy Dodd tweets move down to FCS level
Former Tiger offensive lineman will be eligible immediately.
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Tylin Oden places blame squarely on himself for Rutgers dismissal
Holding yourself accountable? What a concept.
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