• Huskers' Rose-Ivey: Racist posts show protest is needed

    A Nebraska football player who took a knee during the national anthem before the game at Northwestern on Saturday night said he and his family have received racially charged criticism on social media, and said the responses show why the protest is necessary. Senior linebacker Michael Rose-Ivey read…

    The Associated Press
  • Top Iowa WR Matt VandeBerg out indefinitely

    Iowa wide receiver Matt VandeBerg (89) leads the team in catches and receiving yards. Iowa will be without one of its best players indefinitely. The program announced Tuesday morning that wide receiver Matt VandeBerg suffered a foot injury during practice on Monday.

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  • LSU interim coach Ed Orgeron teases offensive changes

    There’s no guarantee that LSU’s offense will immediately become explosive after the departure of coach Les Miles and offensive coordinator Cam Cameron. Orgeron, speaking to the media for the first time since he was named interim coach after Miles was fired on Sunday, made it clear that LSU would be…

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  • Correction: T25-College Football Poll story

    In a story Sept. 25 about The AP Top 25 poll, The Associated Press, due to a technical error, said that TCU was No. 20 in the latest rankings. TCU is No. 21.

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  • Les Miles says he accepts firing and wants what's best for LSU program

    If Les Miles has any hard feelings about being fired from LSU, he certainly didn’t air them publicly Monday. The now-former LSU coach appeared on the Dan Patrick Show and said he was told in-person by LSU athletic director Joe Alleva that he was being fired on Sunday. “And I’m for the Tigers,…

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  • Vols' Dobbs ready to see plenty of familiar faces at Georgia

    Tennessee quarterback Joshua Dobbs says because Georgia overlooked him in the recruiting process doesn't provide an extra chip on his shoulder as he prepares to face his home-state school. ''Who you're playing shouldn't really affect your intensity level and the chip you play with,'' Dobbs said.…

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  • Freshman DE Devers out for Minnesota at Penn State

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Minnesota freshman defensive end Tai'yon Devers will miss the game at Penn State because of a left ankle injury.

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  • Notre Dame's Kelly promising to be more fiery on sideline

    Coach Brian Kelly is promising more of just about everything against Syracuse on Saturday, including him being more fiery on the sideline, as he tries to get exhort his team to play better. Kelly, who fired defensive coordinator defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder following a shocking 38-35 loss…

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  • Louisville's Jackson adjusting to spotlight off the field

    In fact, he seems to thrive when the spotlight is brightest. Off the field is a different story for the Louisville quarterback. The stage gets even bigger this week with Saturday's Atlantic Coast Conference showdown between Louisville (4-0, 2-0 ACC) and fifth-ranked Clemson (4-0, 1-0).

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  • Forward-focused Houston locked on UConn

    Players and coaches for sixth-ranked Houston might not use the exact phrase to describe Thursday's contest against UConn at TDECU Stadium. Whether classified as a "revenge game" publicly or not, expect the Cougars to be looking for a little payback against the only team to beat them in 2015 while…

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    How Les Miles' Firing Affects LSU Recruiting

    Now that LSU fired Les Miles, what impact does that have on recruiting for the Bayou Bengals? Campus Insiders' Ray Crawford looks at which verbally committed recruits are staying with LSU, who may decommit and which uncommitted recruits may take LSU off of their top schools.

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  • UNC player accused of sexual battery says he's not a rapist

    A North Carolina football player facing charges of sexual battery and assault on a female student says the two had consensual sex and that he did not rape or drug her. In his first public comments, Allen Artis said Tuesday he isn't a rapist and is eager to get the case behind him. One of his…

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  • No. 23 Florida looks to regain focus vs. Vanderbilt

    The Gators left Neyland Stadium in stunned silence after blowing an 18-point halftime lead in a 38-28 loss to rival Tennessee. The defeat ended Florida's string of 11 consecutive wins over the Volunteers. No. 23 Florida (3-1) will look to regroup on Saturday (noon, ET) when the Gators take on…

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  • What It's Like Playing Against The Alabama Machine When You Have No Chance Of Winning

    Alabama led Kent State, 41-0, and none of the listed 101,821 in attendance (although it was likely a couple people fewer than that) were surprised. Among those hustling to the locker room was Kent State coach Paul Haynes, and right behind him was Jacob Pavilack, the sideline reporter on Kent…

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  • Autopsy report determines Arizona OL Zach Hemmila died due to mix of medications

    An autopsy report on Arizona offensive lineman Zach Hemmila’s body determined the player died because of a toxic mixture of medications. Hemmila died on Aug. 7. Hemmila’s death was ruled accidental and he was set to be a fifth-year senior on the team.

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  • Kennesaw State player has epic freak out on first-ever flight (Video)

    The Kennesaw State football team takes its first flight in program history. The Kennesaw State University football team took its first-ever flight Saturday — the program is only two years old — and redshirt freshman linebacker Keagan Jordan wasn’t feeling it. The two-year letterman had never flown…

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  • Cast your vote for the best catch from college football's Week 4

    If you have a catch you’d like to nominate, don’t hesitate to hit us up on Twitter (@YahooDrSaturday). The crazy touchdown catch from Ohio State’s Noah Brown at Oklahoma was the winner of our poll. Brown’s catch garnered 50 percent of the vote, edging out Virginia Tech’s Isaiah Ford at 41 percent.

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