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With eye on SEC, Oklahoma, Texas move toward leaving Big 12
Oklahoma and Texas took the first formal step toward moving to the SEC, notifying the Big 12 that they would not be renewing an agreement than binds the league's members through 2025.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 29 Khari Gee, freshman safety, former LSU commit
Khari Gee may arrive at Notre Dame third on the depth chart, but it wouldn't be the biggest preseason surprise if he cracked the two-deep by Labor Day.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 32 Prince Kollie, freshman linebacker, Butkus Award winner
Considered perhaps the next great Irish linebacker, freshman Prince Kollie arrives at Notre Dame with time to grow into those expectations.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 55 Kahanu Kia, freshman linebacker, Hawaiian
Notre Dame has developed a rich tradition of Hawaiian defenders, and Kahanu Kia may someday join it, but that day could be a long ways in the future yet.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 83 Jayden Thomas, freshman receiver, four-star prospect out of Georgia
Notre Dame has had recent successes with Georgia recruits, so bringing in a four-star receiver like Jayden Thomas holds great Irish promise.
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Bohls shares insights on SEC expansion
Dan Patrick and Kirk Bohls discuss when people can expect an announcement about Oklahoma and Texas possibly moving to the SEC and why Texas A&M was left out of the move.
Quinn unpacks SEC growth, paying college athletes
Dan Patrick chats with Brady Quinn about the possibility of Oklahoma and Texas moving to the SEC along with paying NCAA athletes and what that means for their college careers.
Big Ten says schools will decide on COVID-19 protocols
Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren said the conference will take take a "decentralized" approach to COVID-19 by having each school make its own plan.
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Source: Big 12 leaders discuss how to keep Texas and OU
Big 12 leaders held a call without Texas and Oklahoma on Thursday to discuss how to keep the league's flagship schools from bolting to the SEC.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 14 Kyle Hamilton, junior safety, preseason All-American, top 2022 draft prospect
There is no debate about who Notre Dame's best player is, and in his final season with the Irish, junior safety Kyle Hamilton should prove that every week.
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Miami dismisses Avantae Williams after arrest on battery charges
Miami has dismissed second-year freshman safety Avantae Williams from the football program after his arrest on battery charges.
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Hall of Famer Bobby Bowden has terminal medical condition
Hall of Fame college football coach Bobby Bowden announced he has been diagnosed with a terminal medical condition.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 15 Ryan Barnes, early-enrolled freshman cornerback
Ryan Barnes was recruited with a possible move to safety in mind, but the lengthy cornerback's Notre Dame future is more likely along the boundary.
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Texas, Oklahoma reportedly reach out to SEC about joining
Texas and Oklahoma would give the powerhouse SEC 16 teams and would make them the largest conference in major college football.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 16 KJ Wallace, junior safety, possible starting nickel back
Recruited as a cornerback but moved to safety, KJ Wallace has always most looked like a nickel back, and in 2021, that may prove to be his best position.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 16 Deion Colzie, incoming freshman receiver with both speed and leaping height
Deion Colzie brings a physical skill set to Notre Dame most receivers could only dream of, boasting both speed and body control when high in the air.
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Mullen, Gators adapting to life with new QB, playmakers
HOOVER, Ala. – Florida coach Dan Mullen puts a positive spin on losing his three best offensive playmakers. The Gators are replacing Heisman Trophy finalist Kyle Trask at quarterback and two first-...
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Sankey joins call for change in college athletics oversight
The Southeastern Conference Commissioner echoed NCAA president Mark Emmert's call for potential changes in how college athletics are governed.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 17 Jordan Botelho, sophomore defensive end, full-speed at all times
Jordan Botelho knows only one speed. For Notre Dame's offense, that was painful this spring. For the Irish opponents, it should be miserable in 2021.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 17 Jack Coan, graduate quarterback, Wisconsin transfer
Starting a transfer at quarterback is new territory for Notre Dame, but relying on Jack Coan, from Wisconsin, should work out well for the Irish.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 18 Nana Osafo-Mensah, junior defensive end
Once a highly-touted recruit, DE Nana Osafo-Mensah has appeared in only two games in two years at Notre Dame, but that should change quickly in 2021.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 18 Joe Wilkins Jr., senior receiver, team favorite
Joe Wilkins was not a heralded recruit, and he didn't catch a pass in his first two years at Notre Dame, but he may be the most consistent Irish WR in 2021.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 19 Justin Ademilola, senior defensive end
Justin Ademilola may have arrived at Notre Dame as a recruiting afterthought, but the senior defense may leave the Irish as a mutli-year contributor.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 19 Jay Bramblett, junior punter
Jay Bramblett may not break hangtime records, but he provides Notre Dame a unique utility: the borderline unreturnable punt.
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Ex-Illini star Roundtree, paralyzed in accident, dies at 23
Former Illinois football star Bobby Roundtree, who was paralyzed in a swimming accident two years ago, died Friday, the university said. He was 23.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 20 Justin Walters, early-enrolled freshman safety
Notre Dame will not have much of a safety rotation this season, but early-enrolled freshman Justin Walters is still pushing to be a part of it.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 20 C’Bo Flemister, senior running back
C'Bo Flemister's offseason has not been a smooth one, but the senior running back should still be a valued piece of Notre Dame's offense in 2021.
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NCAA’s Emmert: It is time to decentralize college sports
Emmert referenced changing rules on monetization for athletes as a catalyzing point for changing how we think of college athletics.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 21 Caleb Offord, sophomore cornerback
Caleb Offord arrived at Notre Dame early in 2020 with a chance at quick playing time. The pandemic robbed him of that. Will he regain that path this year?
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Four-star defenders becoming the Notre Dame norm in recruiting, CB Benjamin Morrison joining the ranks
Notre Dame's defensive recruiting has taken on a four-star or bust flavor, bolstered now by consensus four-star cornerback Benjamin Morrison.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 21 Lorenzo Styles, early-enrolled freshman receiver
The No. 6 receiver in the class of 2021, Lorenzo Styles will find a way onto the field for Notre Dame one way or another this season.
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Ohio coach Frank Solich stepping down to ‘focus on health’
Ohio coach Frank Solich is retiring after leading the program through 16 seasons of unprecedented success to "focus on his health," the school said Wednesday.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 22 Chance Tucker, freshman cornerback
Avoiding the pun relying on Chance Tucker's first name is difficult given the freshman cornerback will have a ... chance to be a key piece as soon as 2022.
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It's time for the NCAA to right past wrongs
Charles Robinson joins the show to reflect on his years of covering NCAA infractions on college campuses and why he believes it's time to reinstate the records of Terrelle Pryor, Reggie Bush and every other...
Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 22 Logan Diggs, incoming freshman running back
Notre Dame has the luxury of enough running back depth to let freshman Logan Diggs spend 2021 developing, a luxury that should pay off down the road.
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Notre Dame completes quartet of four-star linebackers with commitment from Jaylen Sneed
The second level of Notre Dame's defense should be stocked for years to come with the Irish class of 2022 now including 4 four-star linebackers.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 23 Kyren Williams, junior running back
Kyren Williams may set some Notre Dame records in 2021, presumably the junior star's final season in college given a running back's realities.
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Former football player says KU ignored harassment complaints
A former University of Kansas football player says the university offered him more than $50,000 in benefits if he left the program and stayed quiet about harassment he experienced.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 23 Litchfield Ajavon, junior safety
Litchfield Ajavon has yet to find much playing time at Notre Dame, but the junior safety has represented the Irish well in other areas.
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MMA gym owner offers NIL deal for Miami football players
A Florida business owned by a longtime Miami football fan has committed to a large financial deal for Hurricanes football players to profit from use of their NIL.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 24 Jack Kiser, junior linebacker
When Notre Dame needed him to move from the scout team to first-team on game day, Jack Kiser didn't flinch. He won't now facing more competition.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 25 Chris Tyree, speedy sophomore running back
Notre Dame's offense this season will go as its running backs go, but with Chris Tyree the dynamic half of that combo, the Irish should go a long ways.
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Four-star defensive back makes Notre Dame’s holiday
Notre Dame landed its second defensive back commitment of the holiday weekend, with four-star Devin Moore joining the Irish class of 2022.
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New Jersey cornerback chooses Notre Dame, pushing class to 17 commitments
Notre Dame needed a second cornerback in its class of 2022, and New Jersey consensus three-star Jayden Bellamy fills that need.
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Former Georgia, Miami coach Richt says he has Parkinson’s
Former Georgia and Miami football coach Mark Richt has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 25 Philip Riley, early-enrolled freshman cornerback
Notre Dame has long needed an uptick in cornerback recruiting. Beating out USC for four-star Philip Riley during the pandemic was a step in that direction.
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Leftovers & Links: The beginning of the end of the offseason highlights Notre Dame’s Playoff chances
The season preview magazines are arriving, and Phil Steele's paints a rosy picture for Notre Dame's 2021, October hurdles included.
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NCAA clears way for likeness compensation
The NCAA Board of Directors is clearing the way for nearly a half-million athletes to earn money on their likeness without endangering their eligibility.
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DE Devin Aupiu announces transfer from Notre Dame, after only one semester
Notre Dame pulled in Devin Aupiu at the last minute in the pandemic recruiting cycle, a victory now already undone by Aupiu's intention to transfer.
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Notre Dame 99-to-0: No. 26 Clarence Lewis, sophomore cornerback, second-year starter
No one expected Clarence Lewis to become a freshman starter in 2020, but now the cornerback is one of the most trusted pieces of Notre Dame's secondary.
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