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Star cornerback KeiVarae Russell's long absence from Notre Dame's football program appears to be over.
Now at Eastern Kentucky, former Ohio State defensive lineman Noah Spence was charged with public intoxication Thursday.
The SEC passed a number of new measures at the conclusion of its spring meetings, including banning transfers with 'serious misconduct' and increasing fines for rushing the field.
These probably won't be worn on the field, but they will remind you of that one Snoop Dogg video.
Every Friday, the Friday Five will rank something in the world of college football -- anything and everything from the logical to the illogical. This week we look at five teams that could surprise this season and push for a conference title.
That's an interesting decision you've made there, Rebels.
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer doesn't seem very concerned about the possibility of Braxton Miller transferring.
Florida State quarterback John Franklin is transferring.
Baylor coach Art Briles tweeted a photo of what looks like some new uniforms for the Bears.
The Georgia Bulldogs have received permission to contact transfer quarterback Greyson Lambert.
The SEC made a league record $455 million last year, meaning each school will receive over $31 million from the conference.
Variances in cost of attendance figures between schools have made distrusting SEC coaches and administrators even more so entering the 2015 season.
Though Georgia's proposal to restrict incoming transfers that have 'serious misconduct' arrests has some steam, it is unlikely to be passed this year by the SEC.
Northern Illinois has announced the new design it will use at Brigham Field.
Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield busted out the whip dance, and he's pretty good at it.
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