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4:36 PM ET Associated Press NCAA president Mark Emmert told the organization’s more than 1,200 member schools Friday that he will seek temporary rules as early as July to ensure all athletes can be compensated for their celebrity with a host of state laws looming and congressional efforts seemingly stalled. In memo obtained by The
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8:17 PM ET Betting Insiders We are just 10 week away from the start of college football season. Caesars Sportsbook by William Hill has released win totals for all teams. Betting analysts Chris “The Bear” Fallica, Doug Kezirian, Tyler Fulgrum, CFB writers Bill Connelly and David Hale, as well as Seth Walder of ESPN analytics,
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3:25 PM ET Alabama and Clemson are breaking in new quarterbacks this season, but oddsmakers don’t expect the Crimson Tide or Tigers to suffer any significant drop off. Alabama and Clemson topped the college football season win totals released Thursday by Caesars Sportsbook by William Hill, each opening at 11.5. Ohio State and Oklahoma are
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1:28 PM ET Miami and Auburn will play a home-and-home series in 2029 and 2030, the schools announced Thursday. The Hurricanes will host the Tigers on Sept. 1, 2029, then travel to play at Auburn on Aug. 31, 2030. Despite expected changes to an expanded College Football Playoff format, Miami athletics director Blake James said
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2:08 AM ET Associated Press LOS ANGELES — The LA Bowl has found a big name to be its first title sponsor: ABC talk show host Jimmy Kimmel. The inaugural edition of the Jimmy Kimmel LA Bowl will be played Dec. 18 at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, the host announced on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on
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3:30 PM ET Former Notre Dame linebacker and tight end Rod West will replace Ray Odierno on the College Football Playoff selection committee, the CFP announced on Wednesday. Odierno is stepping down for health reasons after two years on the committee. “General Odierno was a terrific member and we are sorry to lose him,” CFP
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3:43 PM ET Associated Press DULUTH, Minn. — A former NFL player and University of Wisconsin football star is accused of repeatedly sexually assaulting a young girl. Thomas Allen Burke, 44, is charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct in St. Louis County, Minnesota. According to a criminal complaint, the child told her mother in February
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1:16 PM ET It’s not often USC goes across the country to get a commitment from a top-level recruit, but the Trojans were able to land ESPN 300 defensive lineman Mykel Williams on Tuesday. Williams is the No. 55 ranked recruit overall and the No. 6 prospect in the state of Georgia. He’s a 6-foot-5,
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1:04 PM ET Former Nebraska quarterback Luke McCaffrey, who spent several months with Louisville this offseason, is transferring to Rice for the 2021 season. Rice confirmed McCaffrey’s signing Monday and noted that he will join the team for summer workouts and begin competing for the starting job in preseason camp. McCaffrey announced in February that
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7:30 AM ET The NCAA’s decision to grant an extra year of eligibility because of COVID-19 restrictions resulted in minimal redshirts for top-ranked college football prospects last season. Immediate experience for these touted players, while not affecting their eligibility clock, was a no-brainer for most coaching staffs. However, injuries and stacked depth charts still led
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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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