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Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon was suspended for the 2014 season after an altercation led to assault allegations for the former five-star prospect.
Texas coach Charlie Strong says he didn't kick any players off the team when he took over the program.
Jim Tressel thinks that Jim Harbaugh will be good for the Ohio State-Michigan rivalry.
Here's 10 things to watch as the SEC gears up for spring practice.
Former NCAA historian Steve Boda compiled the most extensive record of Notre Dame football -- ever. And it is currently locked up in a storage shed following his death.
Virtually every team in the league was represented at the two workouts, which featured a trio of All-SEC defenders in the Razorbacks' Trey Flowers and Bulldogs' Preston Smith and Benardrick McKinney. The workout from a relatively unheralded skill-position player, however, could ultimately have the biggest impact on draft rankings.
Michigan State wide receiver Macgarrett Kings Jr. was arrested and charged with drunken and disorderly conduct and obstructing, resisting, hindering or assaulting a police officer.
Kentucky quarterback Reese Phillips suffered a ruptured Achilles.
Notre Dame center Matt Hegarty announced he would pursue a graduate transfer.
Virginia Tech running back Shai McKenzie has been suspended indefinitely after being charged with two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Auburn's Gus Malzahn is -- surprise, surprise -- no fan of the proposed rule change that would limit offensive linemen to moving only one yard downfield.
Here are 10 things we are keeping an eye on in spring practice around the ACC.
Byron Jones' world record broad jump at the combine turned the UConn corner from unknown to one of the hottest names in football. Pretty good for someone who was 50-50 to even participate.
Sean Patterson, brother of five-star Ole Miss quarterback commitment Shea Patterson, has reportedly been hired to an off-field staff position at Ole Miss.
New jersey designs have created an unintended problem for referees, media members and fans -- difficult-to-read player numbers.
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