• Lambeau leaping might come with a price for Wisconsin

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Leaping at Lambeau Field might come at a price for the Wisconsin Badgers.

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  • Ohio State WR Torrance Gibson suspended for fall semester

    Ohio State will be without wide receiver Torrance Gibson this season. The program announced Monday morning that Gibson, a redshirt freshman, has been suspended from the university for the fall semester. Gibson violated Ohio State’s student code of conduct.

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  • Replacing Tyler Boyd will be group effort for Pitt wideouts

    There are no limitations on James Conner. Nine months after being diagnosed with lymphoma, the Pitt running back is cancer-free and atop the depth chart as the Panthers prepare to host Villanova in the 2016 opener on Saturday. ''I think he's really enjoying the moment,'' coach Pat Narduzzi said on…

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  • Former Nevada coach Chris Ault weighs in on Colin Kaepernick

    JANUARY 09: Dontay Moch #55 and Colin Kaepernick #10 of the Nevada Wolf Pack hold up the trophy after they beat Boston College in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl at AT&T Park on January 9, 2011 in San Francisco, California. Quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s decision not to stand during the national anthem…

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  • Lawyer criticizes Miami's dismissal of LB Jermaine Grace

    SEPTEMBER 19: Tommy Armstrong Jr. #4 of the Nebraska Cornhuskers is pressured by Jermaine Grace #5 of the Miami Hurricanes during a game at Sun Life Stadium on September 19, 2015 in Miami Gardens, Florida. Grace and defensive end Al-Quadin Muhammad were dismissed from the program for a violation of…

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  • Bears waive RB Perry, part with 9 other players

    LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) -- The Chicago Bears have waived running back and special teams player Senorise Perry and parted with nine other players.

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  • Fisher hopes No. 4 Florida State's tough opener pays off

    Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher is as anxious as everyone else to see if scheduling one of the Seminoles' toughest opponents to start the season will pay dividends. Fourth-ranked Florida State has a history of opening up against Power Five opponents - including Miami and Clemson - but that was…

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    Report: NCAA expands investigation into Ole Miss football

    The NCAA has expanded its investigation into Ole Miss football beyond Laremy Tunsil's alleged impermissible benefits, according to a Yahoo Sports report.

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  • Ex-Western Michigan football players in court on charges

    KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) -- Two Western Michigan football players who were kicked off the team after their arrest have appeared in court on armed robbery charges.

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  • Decision on Baylor WR Ish Zamora still pending

    Baylor coach Jim Grobe found himself backpedaling Monday afternoon after the Bears depth chart revealed wide receiver Ishmael Zamora was listed on the first team for Friday’s season opening game against Northwestern State. Zamora was filmed earlier this summer kicking and hitting his dog with a…

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  • Charlotte-Louisville Preview

    In his third season of "Take Two" of Louisville, Bobby Petrino has the Cardinals right where he wants them. The 19th-ranked Cardinals open the season at home Thursday night at Papa John's Stadium but the road brings bigger tests very soon, namely a Sept. 17 date with No. 4 Florida State and, two…

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  • After ending bowl drought, Hoosiers chase bigger goals

    The Indiana Hoosiers spent seven years chasing a bowl bid. ''A national championship, not just a bowl game,'' defensive lineman Ralph Green III said when asked about Indiana's next step. The bold talk will take some getting used to In Bloomington, a town that usually reserves the term ''national…

    The Associated Press
  • Tennessee more 'locked in' for App State than Michigan

    Tennessee defensive line coach Steve Stripling believes the ninth-ranked Volunteers are more locked in for its game against Appalachian State than Michigan was in 2007. Stripling and Vols offensive coordinator Mike DeBord were on Michigan's staff nine years ago when the fifth-ranked Wolverines lost…

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  • Let's get it started: FCS season predictions

    (STATS) - You make FCS season predictions … and then you get that sinking feeling.

    The Associated Press
  • Huskers' Armstrong says captain's title not needed to lead

    Tommy Armstrong Jr. isn't pouting over not being voted a team captain, even though he is going into his fourth year as Nebraska's starting quarterback and was a captain in 2015. The situation is similar to what happened at Michigan State last year, when veteran QB Connor Cook wasn't voted a…

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  • After 2 years of ugly offense, Penn State takes new approach

    Two seasons of ugly offense at Penn State had head coach James Franklin and the Nittany Lions in need of more than just a change of scheme. The first job facing new offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead was bringing some positive vibes to Happy Valley. Penn State unveils its new spread offense…

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  • Georgia begins Kirby Smart era looking for Bama-like success

    For all those who might think he's trying to turn Georgia into Alabama East, Kirby Smart would like to point out that he's not calling up Nick Saban every day for advice. ''Coach Saban has to get ready for his game,'' Smart said. For the first time in 15 years, the Bulldogs are breaking in a new…

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