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11:21 AM ET As the College Football Playoff starts to consider a 12-team playoff, Georgia coach Kirby Smart says he believes college football is on track for its biggest change ever. “Most changes have been relatively small,” Smart told ESPN’s Marty & McGee on Saturday. “With the potential of what’s been proposed … [it’s] probably
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8:01 PM ET Associated Press CORVALLIS, Ore. — Former Colorado quarterback Sam Noyer will use his final year of eligibility at Oregon State. Noyer, who is from Beaverton, Oregon, announced his move on Twitter on Friday. I’m home 🧡🖤 #DAMRIGHT pic.twitter.com/2tGyh832VQ — Sam Noyer (@sam_noyer) June 11, 2021 Noyer threw for 1,101 yards and six
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1:47 PM ET The College Football Playoff management committee will consider expanding to a 12-team format when it meets in Chicago next week, marking the first step in what could be another historic change for the sport’s postseason. The three-page proposal, a copy of which was obtained by ESPN, calls for the bracket to include
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6:14 PM ET Two former Michigan football players said Thursday they believe they could have been spared from sexual assaults if their coach, Bo Schembechler, had addressed complaints about former team doctor Robert Anderson made by Schembechler’s son, Matt. Both players said they also tried to warn Bo Schembechler about Anderson’s abusive treatment and were
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1:56 PM ET Associated Press BLACKSBURG, Va. — A Virginia Tech freshman linebacker charged in the fatal beating of a Tinder match has been released on bail. Isi Etute was granted bond Wednesday, news outlets reported. Prosecutors initially filed an expedited appeal that would have kept the 18-year-old from Virginia Beach in jail for up
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1:12 PM ET Former Ole Miss starting linebacker Jacquez Jones has transferred to Kentucky, the school announced Thursday. Jones, a two-year starter, led Ole Miss with 75 tackles last season. The Tuscaloosa, Alabama, native will be immediately eligible with two years of eligibility remaining. “We are thrilled to add Jacquez to our team,” Kentucky coach
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8:12 PM ET A jury in Houston took just a few hours on Wednesday to find Baylor University and three former football players not responsible for the alleged sexual assault of a former female student athlete in 2017. The trial, which started May 20, was presented as a test of whether Baylor had changed its
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8:11 PM ET A son of former Michigan football coach Bo Schembechler says he told his father that former team doctor Robert Anderson molested him during a physical exam in the 1960s, and that the revered football coach ignored the complaint and went out of his way to make sure Anderson kept his role with
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3:58 PM ET Senators were largely divided along party lines Wednesday as they debated to what extent Congress should be involved in reforming college sports during a summer when options for college athletes to make money will be expanding. Starting in July, a series of state laws will make it illegal for schools and the
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9:09 PM ET Georgia lost commitments from two top-50 recruits this week as defensive tackle Bear Alexander and athlete Deyon Bouie both announced they were decommitting from the Bulldogs. Alexander was the first to decommit, announcing his decision on Monday after taking a visit to Texas A&M. June was the first month in nearly a
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12:37 PM ET In what will arguably be the most significant meetings about the college football postseason since the sport transitioned from the BCS to the College Football Playoff, a subcommittee is expected to “present a report” next week examining the strengths and weakness of the four-team playoff, including models for expansion, to the full
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6:00 AM ET When splitting your conference into divisions, you can either let geography dictate the terms, or you can overthink. The ACC chose the latter when it broke into the Atlantic and Coastal divisions for football in 2005, presumably taking a stab at competitive balance (and, theoretically, annual Florida State–Miami title games). Competitive balance
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2:33 AM ET Former New York Giants head coach Jim Fassel has died at the age of 71, his son, John, confirmed to the Los Angeles Times on Monday night. Fassel was the head coach for the Giants from 1997-2003. He was named the NFL’s Coach of the Year in 1997, and guided the Giants
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12:41 PM ET Nick Saban, who has led Alabama‘s football program to six national championships, has been rewarded with a contract extension that will take him through the Crimson Tide’s 2028 season. Saban is set to make $8.425 million this coming season, and his new deal will include annual increases in salary in addition to
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