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Notre Dame 99-to-2: No. 90 (theoretically) Cole Kmet, tight end
Listed Measurements: 6-foot-4, 235 pounds 2017-18 year, eligibility: Freshman yet to enroll Depth chart: Tight end might be the deepest position on the Notre Dame roster, and, as a result, Kmet might be...
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Auburn’s John Franklin III may not be completely done playing QB after all
Auburn quarterback-turned-wideout John Franklin III may not be completely done taking snaps behind center after all. The Tigers’ new offensive coordinator tipped that the speedy receiver likely would ...
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Ex-UCF lineman sues athletic department over use of his name and likeness
Central Florida is involved in yet another lawsuit with a former player only this time it’s over the use of a former lineman’s likeness. Jah Reid, who played at UCF from 2006-10, has sued the ...
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Former Alabama coach Gene Stallings recovering after suffering slight stroke last week
Scary news out of Alabama as former Crimson Tide head coach Gene Stallings reportedly suffered a slight stroke last week. According to AL.com, Stallings was attending a charity golf tournament dinner on...
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South Carolina QB Brandon McIlwain set to transfer to Cal for football and baseball
A USC quarterback appears set to transfer to California. Before Golden Bears fans do a double-take and wonder who’s moving up the coast, the signal-caller is actually from the East Coast version of...
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Notre Dame 99-to-2: No. 91 Ade Ogundeji, defensive end
Listed Measurements: 6-foot-4, ½, 251 pounds 2017-18 year, eligibility: Sophomore with four years of eligibility remaining including 2017 Depth chart: Adetokunbo Ogundeji is one of three sophomores vying...
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Appalachian St. extends Satterfield through 2021
Scott Satterfield has become Mr. Appalachian State, and a well-deserved contract extension through 2021 aims to continue that homegrown story.
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East Carolina officially inks Power Five transfer trio
An influx of P5 talent has significantly bolstered Pirates' roster on both sides of the ball.
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Oregon State’s Joah Robinett announces transfer to San Diego State
The 6-8, 236-pound sophomore was set to move from LB to TE in summer camp.
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Notre Dame 99-to-2: No. 92 (theoretically) Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa, defensive tackle
Listed Measurements: 6-foot-4, 250 pounds 2017-18 year, eligibility: Freshman yet to enroll Depth chart: Tagovailoa-Amosa will start at the bottom of a tackle grouping that may or may not present him the...
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ACC gave $23.8M to members in 2015-16 as revenue declines
College athletics makes making money, except for the players, but the ACC didn't quite make as much as they did the year prior.
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Tax return shows Mark Emmert made more than $1.9M
Being a punching bag of public criticism is not without its benefits, as NCAA president Mark Emmert's pay package shows.
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Ex-Penn State LB sues insurance company over disability policy
Former Penn State linebacker Nyeem Wartman-White is going to court with an insurance company in a case that is sure to draw interest from those around college athletics. White took out a disability policy...
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Friday at 4: Information for future reference — 2017 bowl schedule
I don’t remember much from the AP Physics course I took senior year of high school. Actually, that’s not true. I remember plenty. I remember slipping a jokester in the front row an old, defunct cell phone...
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Penn State AD had no problem with Ohio State in CFB Playoff
You won't hear Penn State AD Sandy Barbour lament over Ohio State's inclusion in the College Football Playoff last season.
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Ex-Tulsa QB Kinne reunites with Morris as SMU assistant
G.J. Kinne will once again work with Chad Morris as he takes his first steps into the world of coaching.
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Zaire pushes back transfer decision; Florida still in mix?
Former Notre Dame quarterback Malik Zaire was originally reported to be announcing his graduate transfer decision on Friday, but the decision date has been pushed back.
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Rain-fueled delay will keep LA Rams in USC’s Coliseum home for 2019, too
Historic rains will push opening of $2.6 billion stadium to 2020 seasons.
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Reports: Incident with teammate triggered Marlon Character’s transfer from Auburn
Heated argument on campus in the weeks leading up to the split seems to be behind the move from The Plains.
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Houston the landing spot for Auburn transfer Deon Mix
The 6-3, 301-pounder is headed to the Cougars as a graduate transfer.
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Notre Dame 99-to-2: No. 93 Jay Hayes, defensive end
Listed Measurements: 6-foot-3 ½, 281 pounds 2017-18 year, eligibility: Senior with two remaining seasons of eligibility including 2017 Depth chart: Hayes and classmate Andrew Trumbetti split first-team reps...
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Michigan State DB Tyson Smith reveals he had a stroke last year
Injuries really hit Michigan State hard last season but perhaps none of them were as scary or life-threatening than the one that defensive back Tyson Smith suffered later in the year. According to a tweet...
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Pair of Texas defensive tackles leaving the football program
With new head coach Tom Herman taking over at Texas, there were bound to be a few transfers out of Austin. On Thursday, the school confirmed one such move and the departure of another, leaving the Longhorns...
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Penn State AD on CFP: 'I think Ohio State should’ve gone'
Perhaps the most heated debate on the gridiron, was whether Ohio State or Penn State should have been in the College Football Playoff.
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Michigan regents approve new $14.8 million football performance center
Jim Harbaugh is getting a shiny new toy to play with in the form of a new football building. Michigan announced on Thursday that the university’s board of regents had approved a $14.8 million football...
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USC reportedly sells naming rights to L.A. Coliseum to United Airlines
Fly the friendly skies… to USC football? That’s apparently the case as one of college football’s most historic venues is going corporate. Sports Business Journal is reporting that USC and...
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Auburn officially adds two graduate transfers, loses two redshirt freshmen to transfer
One of those coming is a ex-FSU starting lineman; one of those going was a 4-star 2016 signee.
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Antonio Callaway, Florida’s leading receiver, cited for marijuana
This is the second straight offseason that an off-field issue has dogged the talented wide receiver.
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Arkansas loses another RB, this one to transfer
Juan Day's move from Fayetteville leaves the Razorbacks with three scholarships backs on the roster.
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Notre Dame 99-to-2: No. 94 (theoretically) Kurt Hinish, defensive tackle
Listed Measurements: 6-foot-2, 280 pounds 2017-18 year, eligibility: Freshman yet to enroll Depth chart: Copy-and-pasting this section from the Darnell Ewell entry would not be inaccurate. Hinish will...
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Wake Forest and Liberty lock in three-game scheduling agreement
An in-state rivalry will be ignited in 2022 with the start of a three-game series between Wake Forest and Liberty.
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UNLV’s newest recruit is… Elvis?
When you play in La sVegas and have the same last night of Elvis Presley, you are bound to have heard it all.
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UMass lines up future games against Big Ten opponents
The Minutemen have added a pair of Big Ten opponents to their 2019 schedule.
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Ex-Clemson WR Kyrin Priester dismissed by Wazzu a second time
Talented receiver has now been dismissed three times by two different Power Five programs.
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New lawsuit claims ex-volleyball player was gang raped by Baylor football players
Mother allegedly reported assault to unnamed Bears assistant coach, never heard from him again.
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Liberty will pay Old Dominion $1.32 million for 2018 game
Game against Power Five program that same season will cover that staggering Group of Five tab.
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Jimbo Fisher: Starting FSU safety will miss first half of Alabama game
Orange Bowl penalty will bleed over into much-anticipated opener.
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Notre Dame 99-to-2: No. 95 (theoretically) Darnell Ewell, defensive tackle
Aside from the five early enrollees, the numbers are not yet known for the Irish freshmen class. That is one of the admitted drawbacks to organizing this summer-long series numerically. But a little bit of...
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Michigan receiver Drake Harris switching sides to become a cornerback
One of Michigan’s most intriguing wide receivers is apparently no longer set to snag passes out of the air on offense for the Wolverines. Instead, he’ll apparently snag them out of the air for...
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Kiffin thinks Tua Tagovailoa plays in 2017 for Alabama, compares him to Young
Lane Kiffin didn't hold back when asked if freshman QB Tua Tagovailoa would see action in 2017 alongside presumed starter Jalen Hurts.
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Basketball player set to transfer for football
The Terps might be able to add another rather unique transfer after this week.
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Michigan State adds Toledo to 2020 home schedule
With plenty of time to spare, Michigan State has rounded out their schedule for 2020. It was announced by both schools on Tuesday that Toledo would head to East Lansing on September 19th, 2020, completing...
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Vandy’s Derek Mason gets extension, bigger recruiting budget; staff gets raises
Heading into his fourth season with the Commodores, the head coach is now signed through 2021.
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‘Certain circumstances’ lead S Richie Kittles to transfer from FAU
Redshirt sophomore started last three games of 2016 before being relegated to third-team this spring.
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DUI among eight charges facing Pitt lineman Alex Bookser
Panthers 'extremely disappointed' in the redshirt junior, who started all 13 games at right guard in 2016.
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QB Woody Barrett decides JUCO is best move after leaving Auburn
Four-star 2016 signee will hit the reset button on his collegiate career at a lower rung on football ladder.
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Penn State DL added to WVU roster as multiple personnel moves made
A wide receiver who had previously left has also returned to the Mountaineer roster.
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Notre Dame 99-to-2: No. 96 Pete Mokwuah, defensive tackle
Listed Measurements: 6-foot-3 ½, 326 pounds 2017-18 year, eligibility: Senior with two years of eligibility remaining including the 2017 season Depth chart: Mokwuah remains a ways down the depth chart,...
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Auburn WR Kyle Davis indicates he’s back on campus
Tigers' leader in yards per catch missed all of spring tending to 'personal business'
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Texas Tech transfer WR opts for LSU over FSU, Oregon
Jonathan Giles led Red Raiders in all major receiving categories in 2016, will have to sit out 2017 season.
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Charlie Weis buyout total stops at nearly $19 million
Weis was paid nearly $2 million per win after his Notre Dame firing.
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Central Michigan pulls from Big 12 to hire new AD
Oklahoma assistant AD Michael Alford will be the new CMU AD.
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Lane Kiffin reportedly offers seventh grade quarterback
But this time there is a catch.
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Oklahoma receiver Zach Farrar announces transfer
The Sooners will lose a wide receiver from the depth chart this season.
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AAC commissioner Mike Aresco has contract extended
Mike Aresco is leading the charge to have the AAC recognized as a power conference, and will continue pursuing that goal into 2022.
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Yearly rumors of Notre Dame to ACC once again crop up
Notre Dame and the ACC may have a long-term future, but the Irish abandoning football independence doesn't seem likely at this time.
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Notre Dame 99-to-2: No. 97 Micah Dew-Treadway, defensive tackle
Listed Measurements: 6-foot-4, 299 pounds 2017-18 year, eligibility: Junior with three years of eligibility remaining including the 2017 season Depth chart: Dew-Treadway moved up the spring depth chart when...
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Pitt, Penn State won’t resume rivalry until 2026 at earliest
Conference realignment: the gift that never stops taking.
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Recruit dropped by Wisconsin for Georgia offer tells his side of the story
Dual threat QB Ben Bryant was dropped by Wisconsin after he reported an offer from Georgia.
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East Carolina offers Mother’s Day scholarship surprise to mom of Pirate walk-on
Head coach Scottie Montgomery gave one Pirate mom a Mothers Day she will never forget.
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Notre Dame 99-to-2: No. 98 Andrew Trumbetti, defensive end
Listed Measurements: 6-foot-4, 252 pounds 2017-18 year, eligibility: Senior with 2017 as his last year of eligibility barring injury Depth chart: Trumbetti and classmate Jay Hayes split first-team reps at...
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Tennessee spends $37k on “Music City Bowl Champions” rings, over $1 million on bowl travel
The Champions of Life have some expensive hardware to celebrate the ending of their 2016 season. Invoices obtained by the Knoxville News Sentinel show that Tennessee’s football program spent a...
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Iowa RB Derrick Mitchell Jr. announces graduate transfer to Texas Tech
Iowa running back Derrick Mitchell Jr. had himself quite a Saturday. First, Mitchell graduated and took home his diploma from the university and not long before that he announced on Instagram that he would...
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Ex-A&M coach resigns from high school after poor record
Former Packers and Texas A&M head coach Mike Sherman's career could be done at the high school level as well.
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President Donald Trump announces future FBS foes for Liberty football in commencement address
While we may all try to stick to sports nowadays, sometimes one just can’t help but see politics cross streams a bit with college football. Case in point came on Saturday as President Donald Trump...
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Trial date pushed back for suspended Michigan WR Grant Perry
The status of one Michigan wide receiver appears it will be up in the air for a little while longer. Suspended wideout Grant Perry was originally scheduled to go to trial on May 15th in a case stemming from...
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Colorado State DB’s arrest from allegedly jewelry theft
Starting safety allegedly stole a $20,000 Rolex and nearly $10,000 in diamond bracelets.
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Mike Norvell signs contract extension, pushes raise to Memphis assistant coaches
Memphis now in Houston's neighborhood when it comes to salary pool for assistants
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Notre Dame 99-to-2: No. 99 Jerry Tillery, defensive tackle
Listed Measurements: 6-foot-6 ½, 308 pounds 2017-18 year, eligibility: Junior with a total of two seasons of eligibility remaining Depth chart: Tillery projects as a starter at defensive tackle with senior...
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Illinois DC Hardy Nickerson undergoes emergency appendectomy surgery while recruiting
It’s a busy time for coaches in college football as they travel across the country this month evaluating the next crop of players they’ll sign in the coming years. While we’ve seen more...
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Iowa announces WR Jerminic Smith no longer part of the football team
Iowa’s offensive transformation this offseason has been a bit of a mixed bag according to most following the program and now things may be even harder in 2017 as the team’s options at wide...
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Another Ohio State DB announces transfer as Rodjay Burns heads to Louisville
It goes without saying that Ohio State faces an uphill climb in 2017 to replace three first-round picks in their secondary but this week hasn’t exactly helped out on that front as a second defensive...
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Big Ten commissioner set to cash in with $20M in bonuses
It's good to be a college commissioner nowadays but it seems it's an even better time to be the one leading the Big Ten.
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Friday at 4: Goodbye A-to-Z, Hello 99-to-2
If he didn’t start it, the Associated Press’s Ralph Russo certainly furthered the “It’s always football season” ethos this offseason. Wait, that’s the whole point. There...
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Bill Clark promotes Hindley Bingham to RBs coach at UAB
Brigham's predecessor moves into Director of Player Relations role.
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WR Carson Griffis leaving Auburn for the Ivy League
The preferred walk-on has decided to move on to Columbia University.
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UNC confirms signing of ex-LSU QB Brandon Harris
The former four-star prospect had also considered Arizona and Texas.
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Four-star rice-less gumbo dieter won’t report to LSU in June
The top-rated player in the state of Louisiana dropped nearly 60 pounds thanks to noted diet guru Ed Orgeron.
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Arrested Illini players claim dorm incident was a prank
The trio is facing felony charges of residential burglary and aggravated robbery.
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Starting Colorado State safety arrested on felony charges, suspended
Braylin Scott led the Rams with three interceptions last season.
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WR Obi Obialo opts to transfer from Oklahoma State
The 6-3, 20-pound walk-on had held offers from Iowa & SDSU before serious leg injury led to those being pulled.
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Dexter Williams aims to impact Notre Dame’s younger players with lessons of his mistakes
Dexter Williams knows he almost lost his chance to genuinely contribute at Notre Dame only two weeks before that opportunity would finally arrive. Only a fortnight before the 2016 Irish season-opener,...
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Michigan State president releases video update to sexual assault investigations
Simon pledged support and admiration for victims of MSU's sexual assault scandal and accountability for any wrongdoings.
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Another Texas Tech wide receiver set to transfer
Junior Tony Brown is the second Red Raider receiver to leave Lubbock in the last two weeks.
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Oklahoma extends Lincoln Riley’s contract through 2019
It's the second straight year the 33-year-old has netted a $400,000 raise.
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Bowl schedule will ask six teams to sign players during early signing period
The new December signing period doesn't exactly jive with the bowl schedule.
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Report: Purdue adding yet another graduate transfer
This one, though, is coming from the FCS level.
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Texas DB P.J. Locke undergoes sports hernia surgery
Starting nickleback should be back well before start of summer camp.
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ACC announces Notre Dame’s five ACC opponents up to 2037
If you are expecting a child this fall, and you are convinced your offspring is bound for Notre Dame, here is some good news. Actually, first of all, congratulations and all that, both on the pending birth...
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Charlie Strong met with judge who issued scathing rebuke
The two met in the judge's chambers for 10 minutes, 'both left with a good understanding.'
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Michigan announces endowment of defensive coordinator position
U-M had previously announced endowments of its head coach, OC, AD positions.
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ACC, Notre Dame release future schedules thru 2037
The freshman class for the 2037 games have yet to be born.
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Daytrieon Dean tweets decision to transfer from Arkansas
Three-star 2015 signee's positioning on the depth chart likely played a role in the decision to move on.
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Notre Dame will look to Wimbush’s poise more than his talent
There has been plenty of talk of Brandon Wimbush’s physical skills, this space included. Taking off on a 58-yard touchdown run in your first action as a freshman will do that. Leading the Notre Dame offense...
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Clemson scheduled to visit White House on June 12
College football's national champions for the 2016 season are set for their trip to the nation's capital to be honored by Donald Trump.
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Texas DC Orlando joins the $1M assistant coaching club
Money is rarely an issue for the Texas football program, and now it is showing up in the increasingly competitive game of assistant salaries.
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USF dismisses DE LaDarrius Jackson after a second sexual assault charge
For the second time in a month, USF defensive end LaDarrius Jackson has been accused of sexual assault. He has now been dismissed by the program as a result.
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Lovie Smith issues statement on arrests of Illini players on home invasion burglary charges
As expected, Illinois has addressed the legal elephant squatting in the middle of their football locker room. Wednesday morning, three Illini football players, offensive linemen Darta Lee and Howard Watkins...
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Michigan, Maryland, Oregon interested in Korrin Wiggins
Other Power Fives in touch include Kansas and North Carolina State.
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Three Illini football players arrested on armed robbery, home invasion charges
School expected to release statement this afternoon addressing the development.
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Ohio St., FSU, LSU in Top 10 for Texas Tech transfer Giles
Georgia, Oregon, Tennessee and Wisconsin also among those making WR's initial cut.
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Jim McElwain publicly confirms nude dude humping dead shark isn’t him
Naked-man-on-a-sharkgate has officially run its course.
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Ex-Tennessee QB Sheriron Jones looking at Temple, FCS schools as transfer options
A move to the junior college level is also a possibility for the former four-star prospect.
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Book ready for Notre Dame, even if not needed in ’17
It is the most popular position in sports. Frankly, its return on investment might be the highest, too. As Notre Dame’s backup quarterback in 2017, rising sophomore Ian Book may often hear hypotheticals...
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Big 12 coaches unconcerned about draft drought
Big 12 coaches think a record-low 14 draft picks is not indicative of the state of the league.
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George O’Leary to be roasted for charity
Wonder if Notre Dame will come up?
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Ohio State corner Joshua Norwood leaving Buckeyes
Three-star 2015 DB rumored to be headed to Georgia Southern
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Ray Lewis’ son headed to Maryland from Utah State
Rayshad Lewis was second on the Aggies last season in catches and yards as a true freshman.
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East Carolina lands grad transfers from Clemson, Minnesota
Miami was considered favorite for Clemson transfer RB Tyshon Dye.
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Ex-Michigan RB Kingston Davis will take JUCO route
Davis was the No. 1 FB in the Class of 2016.
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Notre Dame QBs appreciate Rees’ teaching, experience
This is a fool’s errand. No matter how the current Notre Dame quarterbacks respond—publicly and/or privately—to their position coach, many Irish fans will criticize him. No matter what success those passers...
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Report: Gus Malzahn’s right-hand man/brother-in-law leaving Auburn
Jamie Croley expected to work at foundation being created by Malzahn, HC's wife.
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Early signing period approved for December
Recruits may now sign over a 3-day period in late December.
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Tim Tebow inks extension with ESPN
Tebow will remain on SEC Networks answer to College GameDay.
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It sounds like James Franklin is about to get a new contract
Franklin is fresh off leading Penn State to its first Big Ten title in nearly a decade.
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Arkansas RB Rawleigh Williams gives up football after second neck injury
Williams was a Second Team All-SEC player in 2016.
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Auburn QB Woody Barrett announces transfer from program
Auburn is losing a second quarterback to a transfer this offseason, but the top two QBs on the depth chart remain in the fold.
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Alabama fan’s Nick Saban tattoo is a viral hit
Alabama fans love Nick Saban. Some fans immortalize that appreciation in the form of a back tattoo.
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Cardale Jones makes fun of tweets at graduation
The former Ohio State quarterback graduated and had some fun with his previous tweets about student-athletes.
Where Notre Dame was & is: Quarterbacks
As is usually the case in football, the play of Notre Dame’s quarterback in 2017 will largely determine the direction of its season. A dominant defense can occasionally ease that burden (see Notre Dame,...
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Big 12 review into Baylor reform to pick up in June
The hiring of school president Linda Livingstone is a major point in Baylor's reforms from the Bears' sexual assault scandal.
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Cardale Jones pokes fun at himself while graduating OSU
The "play school" quarterback has now finished school.
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Documentary out about Clemson WR Hunter Renfrow
Renfrow became a folk legend after hauling in a game-winning touchdown pass to give Clemson the 2016 national championship.
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WATCH: Clemson players pass out hugs and puppies during Finals Week
Because when in doubt... bring puppies.
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PSU K Julius will soon blog about battling eating disorder
Penn State kicker Joey Julius is receiving treatment for an eating disorder and will soon share his story in detailed form with a helpful blog.
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South Carolina’s Deebo Samuel and Skai Moore cleared in bar assault investigation
Two key Gamecocks players have been cleared in a bar assault that left a man punched in the face several times.
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Horse owner named horse after LSU RB Derrius Guice
It's one thing to suggest that Derrius Guice is the horse of LSU's offense. It's another to literally say Guice is a horse.
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Vols WR Josh Smith charged with domestic assault
Vols wide receiver Josh Smith spent the night in jail after getting in a fight with his roommate.
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Another transfer leaves Louisiana Tech with one scholarship QB
Twin transfers leave the Bulldogs very thin at the position.
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Time spent at fullback & slot has Tony Jones ready at RB
It wasn’t that Tony Jones needed a year to get ready for college football. He didn’t. That is not why he spent his freshman season preserving a year of eligibility on the sidelines. Rather, Notre Dame...
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Former Oregon TE Colt Lyerla captured and hospitalized following escape from custody
The sad story of ex-Oregon tight end Colt Lyerla has added another chapter. The Oregonian reports that the former Ducks star was captured by authorities on Friday afternoon after he escaped their custody a...
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Florida may not be a landing spot for graduate transfer QB Malik Zaire after all
With spring football wrapped up at programs across the country, the attention for many might be turning instead to spring break. That is not the case with one graduate transfer, as several teams are still...
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Former MLB first-round pick Donavan Tate set to join Arizona’s football team as walk-on
It’s not every day you can add a first-round draft pick to your roster but that’s exactly what Rich Rodriguez did this week at Arizona. The only catch? Well, it’s a first rounder from...
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Jay Paterno elected to Penn State board of trustees
As cringe-worthy as it sounds to many, a Paterno is back in a position of power at Penn State.
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Friday at 4: Questions answered & questions open-ended; Kelly to be less ‘forthright’
For those tiring—or long tired—of the “Where Notre Dame was & is” sequence, today’s running backs entry should stand as welcome news. Only the quarterbacks remain, tentatively slated for Monday morning...
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Appalachian State LB hospitalized after stabbing
Teh’Ron Fuller, a potential starter, being treated for unspecified injuries.
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SEC to enact NCAA practice policies, eliminate two-a-days
Conference will also accept new in-season practice standards.
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Star RB from ‘Last Chance U’ leaving UAB
Academics, injury put premature end to D.J. Law's career with the Blazers.
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Houston scoops up A&M grad transfer Reggie Chevis
The defensive tackle played in 13 games last season with the Aggies.
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Where Notre Dame was & is: Running Backs
Two months ago, the question was would Notre Dame have a reliable backup behind junior running back Josh Adams. It would have been quite a leap to have expected Irish offensive coordinator Chip Long to face...
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Michigan adds future home games vs. Western Michigan, Middle Tennessee, and Army
Michigan filled out its 2018 and 2019 schedules by adding games in the Big House against Western Michigan, Middle Tennessee State, and Army.
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UCF extends contract of Scott Frost after promising debut season
It did not take long for Scott Frost to rejuvenate the UCF football program. Now the school hopes to keep him around before other potential opportunities come along.
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Attorney: Deebo Samuel wasn’t present for alleged bar assault
Lawyer hopes 'there will be a retraction with as strong a headline as the initial false report.'
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Boise State lands commitment from Kansas graduate transfer QB Montell Cozart
The fifth-year senior will presumably settle in as the backup to unquestioned starter Brett Rypien.
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Judge who ripped Charlie Strong disqualifies herself from USF player’s case
Judge had questioned coach's control of team, whether he was a good fit for Bulls.
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Three Utah State players charged in connection to December burglaries suspended
None of the players allegedly involved have played a down for the Aggies.
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Mich. St. DE accused of violating plea agreement because of alcohol consumption
Demetrius Cooper was set to see his charge reduced in November if he complied with the agreed-upon conditions.
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Where Notre Dame was & is: Tight Ends
With five tight ends—and a sixth coming in the summer—depth was not a concern at the position entering the spring. That peace of mind is never a poor starting point. Two months of spring practice later, and...
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Mike Weber issues dinner wager to Saquon Barkley and Derrius Guice
The stakes may end up being steaks as a trio of the nation's top running backs in 2017 have apparently agreed to a friendly wager.
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After layoffs, ESPN gave ACC “total confirmation” the linear ACC Network will launch in 2019
Recent changes at ESPN will not delay the pending launch of the ACC's own linear sports network.
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Alabama LB Keith Holcombe had shoulder surgery after spring practice
Alabama linebacker Keith Holcombe's shoulder surgery was announced by a baseball coach, not Nick Saban.
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Jim Harbaugh fires back at Tim Brewster’s NFL Draft shot at Michigan
Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh is not one to stay out of a Twitter war of words, so a shot by FSU assistant Tim Brewster did not go without a response.
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Pair of former Baylor assistant coaches land with NAIA program
Former Baylor assistants Jeff Lebby and Randy Clements are heading to Florida for their next coaching gigs with a relatively young football program in the NAIA.
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Utah and Wyoming add home-and-home series in 2020, 2025
Utah and Wyoming have not played since they were conference foes, but that will change in 2020 with a new schedule agreement.
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WATCH: Florida kicker boots 81-yard field goal in windy conditions
OK fine, so Eddy Piñeiro kicked his mammoth field goal without any competition on a practice field, but let's see you try to kick one from this distance!
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Charlie Strong issues statement after judge’s blistering rebuke of him, his USF program
Head coach said he's 'shocked and saddened' over off-field issues, says program 'built on character, discipline and family.'
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Former Wisconsin, Nevada QB to give BYU a try, too
Austin Kafentzis will be eligible immediately, has three years of eligibility left.
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Judge publicly blisters Charlie Strong over USF arrests, questions his control of his team
The judge also questions whether Strong is a good fit as head coach for the Bulls.
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FCS the landing spot for Oregon State transfer Kendall Hill
The defensive back started the last five games of the 2015 season before reverting to backup role in 2016.
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Rawleigh Williams, family to meet with Arkansas officials this week to discuss RB’s football future
An announcement, one way or the other, is expected next week.
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Wake Forest announces dismissal of QB Kyle Kearns
The redshirt sophomore started one game in his career, against Clemson last season.
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Georgia Tech transfer Jordan Woods indicates move to USF
The defensive end was a three-star 2016 recruit who'll have to sit out the 2017 season.
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Zach Allen pushes off ACL surgery in hopes of playing for Rutgers this season
The TCU transfer would be a candidate for a sixth season if rehab goes south.
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Former Tennessee DE one of two Bowling Green players charged with forgery
The school is still in decision-making mode when it comes to the players statuses with the team.
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Where Notre Dame was & is: Wide Receivers
Given the inexperience at quarterback and the relative low number of running backs, it seems odd to say there is more uncertainty for Notre Dame at receiver than either of those skill positions. Yet,...
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Deebo Samuel tells Will Muschamp he wasn’t at bar that was site of alleged assault
South Carolina head coach: '[T]here’s an incorrect report and that’s some irresponsible journalism.'
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Lane Kiffin asking the important questions
Have you ever thought about it?
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Louisville tacks on late addition to 2017 recruiting class
Outside linebacker Nick Okeke originally planned to spend this fall at a prep school.
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Saquon Barkley not ruling out skipping bowl game (because why would he?)
Barkley had no strong stance one way or the other on the hot-button issue of the 2017 NFL Draft.
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Ex-Syracuse DB Chauncey Scissum transfers to UNLV
Scissum was one of two Orange DBs injured by an ex-teammate in a knife attack.
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Take two: QB Sheriron Jones leaving Vols a second time
Former four-star recruit left UT for Colorado last year, only to return to Rocky Top two weeks later.
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South Carolina’s leading receiver, a starting LB accused in bar beating of Marine who served in Afghanistan
Bar reportedly has video of the incident as a police investigation has commenced.
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USF’s LaDarrius Jackson facing sexual battery, false imprisonment charges
The redshirt junior DE is currently being held without bond.
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Nick Saban’s new eight-year deal will pay him over $11 million in 2017
Over the life of the deal, Saban could earn just north of $65 million.
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Northwestern’s Xavier Washington charged with felony possession of cocaine
The starting DE has been indefinitely suspended by the football program.
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‘Bama board set to approve new contracts for Nick Saban, assistants
Current contract runs through 2021 season, when Saban will turn 70.
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Former Georgia DB Chad Clay finds new home at Marshall
Two arrests led to the three-star defensive back's early exit from the Bulldogs.
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Where Notre Dame was & is: Offensive Line
Entering spring practice, Notre Dame’s offensive line was viewed as a largely-known commodity, and a trusted commodity, at that. Exiting spring practice, that still holds mostly true, but now there is cause...
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Air Force issues release further clarifying policy change
New way of doing military/athletic business will include all three service academies in the FBS.
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Report: Jim Leonhard to earn $600K as Wisconsin defensive coordinator
Leonhard was promoted to defensive coordinator after just one season in coaching.
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Kentucky sells stadium naming rights to Kroger
Kentucky has sold naming rights to Commonwealth Stadium to Kroger for the next 12 years.
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Duke extends David Cutcliffe’s contract into 2021
David Cutcliffe received a well-deserved coaching contract extension despite winning fewer games than the previous season for a third straight year.
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Where Notre Dame was & is: Cornerbacks
Notre Dame’s defense is far from a completed product. The interior of the defensive line is worrisome. The only item in abundance among the safeties is inexperience. The entire defense is learning a new...
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Georgia RB (son of Evander Holyfield) charged for marijuana possession
The son of former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield is facing a one-game suspension at Georgia following an arrest for marijuana possession and use.
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Where Notre Dame was & is: Safeties
Entering spring, Notre Dame’s depth chart at safety looked sparse. Moving senior Drue Tranquill to rover may serve the overall Irish defense well, but his absence will be noticed at the back-end of the...
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New contract for Florida-Georgia game finally set for approval by city of Jacksonville
Crossing a few t’s and dotting a few i’s appear to be all that is left to be done on a new contract for one of the most well-known neutral site rivalry games in the country. According to the ...
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Next up on Jim Harbaugh’s world tour? An overseas football game and South Africa
Jim Harbaugh and Michigan recently wrapped up most of their activities in Italy over the weekend and it appears the grand world tour will continue in the coming years for the Wolverines. Next up on the...
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After 2017 NFL Draft, Florida State assistant takes Orange Bowl shot at Michigan
One of the big winners on the college football front when it came to the 2017 NFL Draft was Michigan. Jim Harbaugh‘s team had a draft-high 11 players taken by NFL teams and several more Wolverines...
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Former Baylor athletic director denies mishandling sexual assault claim, says he told Art Briles
Baylor’s sprawling sexual assault scandal is increasingly starting to make its way through the court system and one major trial is already forcing several former school officials to defend themselves...
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Rochell drafted in 7th round; three other former Notre Dame players sign
All the unnecessary draft conversation may have centered on DeShone Kizer, but the quarterback was not the only former Notre Dame player watching this weekend’s NFL Draft with rapt attention. Aside from...
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SEC leads NFL Draft for 11th straight year as Alabama and Michigan set school records
To the surprise of nobody, more SEC players were drafted than any other conference. Meanwhile, Alabama and Michigan set school records in the draft.
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Air Force changes rules for players with NFL aspirations
Air Force wide receiver Jalen Robinette is unable to pursue a chance in the NFL due to an updated policy regarding active duty.
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Rawleigh Williams carted off at Arkansas scrimmage
Some reports suggest being carted off was more of a precaution.
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Justin Herbert shines in first Oregon spring game under Willie Taggart
IF the first spring game under Willie Taggart was any indication, Oregon has the starting quarterback locked down.
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Jake Butt’s draft tumble nets him $543K insurance payout
Still, the talented Michigan tight end lost out on at least $3 million in guaranteed money.
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Browns pick former Notre Dame QB DeShone Kizer 20th in second round
After months of pointless chatter and a night spent waiting, DeShone Kizer’s NFL Draft experience ended Friday night when the Cleveland Browns drafted the former Notre Dame quarterback with the 20th pick in...
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Suspended Michigan State staffer receives another contract extension
Michigan State has added another one-month extension to the contract of suspended football staffer Curtis Blackwell as the school continues to investigate several sexual assaults involving the Spartans. A...
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Ex-USC coach finally lands court date with NCAA over Reggie Bush case
After years and years of meandering through the court system, former USC running backs coach Todd McNair finally has his day in court with the NCAA. ESPN is reporting that the two parties will meet in Los...
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Biletnikoff Award semifinalist Giles announces transfer
The Texas Tech Red Raiders will lose star wide receiver Jonathan Giles to transfer.
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Pitt dismisses senior defensive tackle for disciplinary reasons
Bad news in college football is typically reserved for Friday and it appears the Pitt Panthers just got a taste of some. Per Pittsburgh Tribune-Review beat writer Jerry DiPaola, head coach Pat Narduzzi has...
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