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The ACC on Thursday announced a six-year bowl lineup beginning in the 2020 season that includes new tie-ins with the Holiday Bowl in San Diego and a new bowl to be played in Boston. The agreement, which runs through the 2025 season, guarantees 10 bowl spots for the ACC. ACC teams are guaranteed spots in
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A Texas appeals court has again overturned the sexual assault conviction of former Baylor football player Sam Ukwuachu after judges determined that prosecutors improperly used records from his roommate’s cell phone in his 2015 trial. The ruling issued Wednesday by the Waco 10th Court of Appeals stated that prosecutors’ claims to the jury that cell
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Former Virginia Tech head coach Frank Beamer and former Florida and South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier will coach in the Polynesian Bowl on Jan. 18, 2020, at Honolulu’s Aloha Stadium, the bowl announced on Wednesday. Beamer will coach Team Makai (Ocean), and Spurrier will coach Team Mauka (Mountain). The game will be broadcast nationally
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Oklahoma added another talented offensive lineman to its 2020 class on Wednesday with ESPN 300 lineman Andrew Raym. The No. 55-ranked recruit overall, Raym had a top five of Georgia, LSU, Michigan, Oklahoma and Texas A&M but elected to choose the Sooners as his future destination. The 6-foot-4, 309-pound prospect is the No. 1-ranked recruit
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Michigan State University paid a combined $1.2 million to a woman and a former football player who were embroiled in a Title IX investigation and subsequent lawsuits if they both agreed to “set aside” the findings of an investigation that found the football player responsible for violating the school’s sexual misconduct policy. The former female
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Oklahoma running back Kennedy Brooks is expected to rejoin team activities this week after the university completed an investigation of a complaint against him. The Athletic reported that Oklahoma’s Title IX office cleared Brooks on Tuesday following an investigation, during which Brooks had been held out of all team activities this summer. According to The
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A California bill that would make it possible for a college athlete to profit from the use of his or her name, images and likeness passed another subcommittee hurdle in the legislative process Tuesday afternoon. The state assembly’s Committee on Higher Education voted 9-0 to move the bill forward, and chairman Jose Medina called the
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Former Auburn quarterback Malik Willis will continue his college football career at Liberty, where he will play for first-year coach Hugh Freeze. Willis entered his name into the transfer portal last month and has two years of eligibility remaining. He will seek a waiver from the NCAA to be eligible to play right away without
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Kansas standout running back Pooka Williams has been reinstated following a seven-month suspension but will sit out the 2019 season opener, the team announced Monday. Williams, arrested and charged with domestic battery in December, reached a domestic violence diversion agreement with the Douglas County district attorney’s office in March. Jayhawks coach Les Miles had suspended
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Florida reserve cornerback Brian Edwards is transferring from the school. Edwards, who appeared in 18 games in two seasons for the Gators as a reserve defender and on special teams, announced Monday on Twitter than he will enter the transfer portal. pic.twitter.com/Y039r3F7Jp — 🅱️rian Edwards (@MDK6ixx) July 8, 2019 Edwards, who did not take a
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ESPN 300 defensive back Dontae Manning announced he was decommitting from Oklahoma on Saturday. Manning was the highest-ranked defensive commitment for the Sooners and has now reopened his recruitment. Manning is the No. 2 ranked cornerback in the 2020 class, ranked 23 overall, and was a big part of Oklahoma’s effort to improve its defense.
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CLEMSON, S.C. — Former Clemson and East Carolina running back Tyshon Dye drowned Friday while swimming in a lake during a family outing. Dye was 25 years old. Elbert County coroner Chuck Almond told several media outlets Dye was at Richard B. Russell State Park in Georgia when he tired in the water and could
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University of Hawaii linebacker Scheyenne Sanitoa died Thursday, athletic director David Matlin said in a statement. Sanitoa was 21. No cause of death was released. University spokesman Derek Inouchi said the death did not happen on campus and that Sanitoa was not involved in any athletic department activities at the time of his death. According
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When Oklahoma landed ESPN 300 safety Bryson Washington on July 4, head coach Lincoln Riley tweeted that the fireworks were starting early for the Sooners. Riley can’t directly name recruits or announce commitments, but the tweet was directed at Washington’s decision to choose Oklahoma over rival Texas. The 6-foot-2, 190-pound Washington, ranked No. 5 at
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. — The University of Florida‘s most famous cheerleader has died. George Edmondson Jr., better known as Mr. Two Bits while riling up crowds at Florida home games for 60 years, died Tuesday at age 97, the school announced Thursday. “George’s passion and love for the Gators produced one of college football’s enduring traditions,”
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Former Kentucky and NFL quarterback Jared Lorenzen died Wednesday after a battle with cardiac and renal issues, his family confirmed to ESPN. He was 38. Lorenzen, who battled weight issues both during and after his playing career, was hospitalized last week. “It is with heavy hearts that the family of Jared Lorenzen would like to
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Former Kentucky and NFL quarterback Jared Lorenzen died Wednesday after a battle with cardiac and renal issues. He was 38. Lorenzen, who struggled with weight issues both during and after his playing career, was hospitalized last week. “It is with heavy hearts that the family of Jared Lorenzen would like to extend our sincere thanks
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