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Mississippi State extended Dan Mullen's contract through 2018 and increased his annual competition to $4 million per year for 2015.
LSU was given recruiting sanctions by the SEC after a recruit signed a financial aid agreement but did not join the program.
A 21-year old Georgia Tech student hacked into Georgia's computer network to post trash talk before the annual rivalry game.
As the entire eastern half of the country is pounded by snow, it's led to some strange sights: SEC stadiums covered in snow.
TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin plans to have surgery to repair a fractured bone in his left wrist.
SMU coach Chad Morris tweeted a photo of a new, patriotic matte blue helmet that SMU will wear.
The Associated Press is reporting that the San Francisco 49ers plan to bid to host the College Football Playoff National Championship at Levi's Stadium.
Silas Nacita, the Baylor walk-on running back that was ruled ineligible for accepting housing, cleared up any confusion surrounding his case.
TCU's team physician says that the concussion policy introduced by the Big 12 is just "a huge PR stunt."
Bowlsby was paid more than SEC's Mike Slive. Big 12 reports 5 percent increase in revenue on federal tax return.
An unknown individual damaged the case that protects Howard's Rock at Clemson.
USC will play Utah State in addition to Alabama and Notre Dame in 2016. Western Michigan will visit USC in 2017 and UNLV will do the same in 2019.
Arkansas has hired now former Oklahoma State running backs coach Jemal Singleton to the same job with the Razorbacks, leaving Mike Gundy with three vacancies on his offensive staff.
Baylor running back Silas Nacita blamed the NCAA for his having been ruled ineligible Wednesday, but the NCAA issued a statement saying it had no role in the matter.
Michigan cornerback Jabrill Peppers was doing backflips at the Wolverines first spring practice.
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