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  • BYU ready to join Power 5 conference, but won't play Sundays

    BYU is eager to leave independence behind and join a Power 5 conference but it won't change its longstanding policy of not playing on Sundays, athletic director Tom Holmoe said Thursday. The Mormon school has a written policy against competition on Sunday because of religious reasons, which could…

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  • Texas lands 4th ex-Baylor signee

    Offensive lineman Patrick Hudson has committed to Texas. Hudson is the fourth player who originally signed with Baylor to switch to the Longhorns. Like Hudson, Donovan Duvernay and Urquidez were released from their National Letters of Intent by Baylor because of the school’s decision to fire coach…

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  • Ex-Cal QB Zach Kline reportedly headed to Fresno State

    Former Cal QB Zach Kline (8) is reportedly headed to Fresno State. The Fresno Bee is reporting that Kline, a well-traveled quarterback, will join the roster of Fresno State as a fifth-year senior. If the transfer comes to fruition, Fresno will be the fifth stop and fourth school in Kline’s college…

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  • Seattle QB, TCU-ex Boykin takes plea over Alamo Bowl fracas

    SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- Former TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin has pleaded no contest to resisting arrest over an incident that led to his suspension for his final college game at the Alamo Bowl.

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  • Florida State celebrates 'state championship' with bowl ring

    Florida State players have received their Peach Bowl rings, not to mark losing that game to Houston but in celebration of winning the mythical Sunshine State title. The Seminoles defeated Miami, Florida and South Florida last season and were presented the rings last week. The rings became a topic…

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  • Oklahoma CB Jordan Thomas arrested after night out in Norman

    Oklahoma cornerback Jordan Thomas was arrested early Thursday on suspicion of public intoxication, assault and battery, and interference with official process.

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  • Healthy BYU QB Taysom Hill back and eyeing the starting job

    The last 10 months have been trying for Taysom Hill. The senior BYU quarterback suffered a season-ending foot injury in the 2015 opener that took much longer to heal than he hoped. There was a decision to be made about where to play his final year after coach Bronco Mendenhall took the Virginia job.

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  • Clemson's Watson, Notre Dame's Seidel named top ACC athletes

    GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) -- Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson and Notre Dame track athlete Molly Seidel are the Atlantic Coast Conference's athletes of the year for the 2015-16 season.

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  • Ex-Kentucky coach Joker Phillips joining Ohio State staff

    Joker Phillips is now at Ohio State (AP).

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  • Study outlines costs if Wichita State relaunches football

    Wichita State could spend $75 million to add FBS football (AP). Wichita State should be prepared to spend a bunch of money if it wants to restart its football program. According to a study from College Sports Solutions commissioned by the school and first reported by CBS Sports, approximately $75…

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  • 79-year-old with cancer gets to go on field at West Virginia

    79-year-old Donna Tucker had one heck of a day at West Virginia’s football facilities Wednesday. Tucker, who has lung cancer, was recently told that the cancer was growing so quickly that she may only have 6-8 weeks to live. A huge West Virginia fan, Tucker had attended games at Milan Puskar…

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  • NCAA implements bowl-selection rule favoring 6-6 teams

    The NCAA has cleared up its bowl-selection process, assuring that no eligible teams with .500 records are passed over for postseason play in favor of more well-known schools with fewer than six wins. The new rule, which was implemented by the NCAA's Division I Council on Wednesday, will be put in…

    The Associated Press
  • NCAA wants to question 2 1970s-era Sandusky accusers

    The NCAA wants to question two men who claim they were sexually abused in the 1970s by former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky. The NCAA says it needs that information to defend itself from a defamation lawsuit filed by the family of Joe Paterno, the team's late head coach. One of…

    The Associated Press
  • Tunsil's stepfather says family got assistance to move to Oxford

    Laremy Tunsil missed seven games in 2015 (AP). The stepfather for former Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil alleges people with ties to the school improperly helped fund the family’s move to Oxford, Mississippi. Lindsey Miller made the allegations public in an interview with Sports Illustrated.

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  • Oklahoma CB arrested for assault and battery, public intoxication

    Jordan Thomas was arrested Thursday morning (AP). Oklahoma cornerback Jordan Thomas was arrested Thursday morning on three complaints. Thomas, a projected starter as a junior, is charged with assault and battery, public intoxication and interference.

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  • NCAA mandate puts 5-7 teams last in bowl selection order

    5-7 teams are heading to the back of the bowl selection line. A rule from the NCAA Division I Council Wednesday mandates that all 6-6 teams must be chosen for bowl games before any 5-7 teams are assigned bowls. Three 5-7 teams, decided by Academic Progress Rate and by a number of 5-7 teams choosing…

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