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Sources: Southern Miss on third coach this season, as Scotty Walden departs for Austin Peay
NCAA giving coaches 42 million reasons to cheat
NCAA giving coaches 42 million reasons to cheat
College football takeaways: How James Franklin botched Penn State's heartbreaking opener
Sources: Minnesota to play Michigan without kicker, punter and several other starters
Change agent zero: Rashod Bateman's jersey swap hearkens back to upbringing, targets racism in society
Big Ten Preview, Week 8 Picks
Penn State coach Pat Chambers resigns after investigation
With Mahomes-like flashes, BYU star QB Zach Wilson turning heads at next level
UConn pays four women from Geno Auriemma's 2014 team after Labor Department says they were underpaid

 

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Sources: Southern Miss on third coach this season, as Scotty Walden departs for Austin Peay

Southern Miss interim coach Scotty Walden has accepted the head coaching job at Austin Peay. It will put Southern Miss in the unusual position of having its third head coach this season, as assistant Tim Billings will take over the rest of the season.  Source link

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NCAA giving coaches 42 million reasons to cheat

The details of Arizona’s notice of allegations were greeted with a collective shoulder shrug around college basketball, because nobody has faith in the NCAA doing anything about it. Source link

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NCAA giving coaches 42 million reasons to cheat

The details of Arizona’s notice of allegations were greeted with a collective shoulder shrug around college basketball, because nobody has faith in the NCAA doing anything about it. Source link

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College football takeaways: How James Franklin botched Penn State's heartbreaking opener

Game and clock management have always lingered as one of the nitpicks on Franklin’s charmed run at Penn State. That's never been more evident than during the Nittany Lions' embarrassing stumble against Indiana. Source link

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Sources: Minnesota to play Michigan without kicker, punter and several other starters

The University of Minnesota will be severely short-handed for its game with No. 18 Michigan on Saturday night. Source link

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Change agent zero: Rashod Bateman's jersey swap hearkens back to upbringing, targets racism in society

To understand the impetus behind Rashod Bateman's number change is to understand his journey – the collective scars he’s accumulated and the pain that’s shaped his perspective the past 20 years. Source link

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Big Ten Preview, Week 8 Picks

The Big Ten is BACK. Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel & Pat Forde from SI break down each team heading into the first week of action. Will Jim Harbaugh finally develop a QB? Can Penn State overcome the losses of Journey Brown and Micah Parsons? And does Ohio State have the ability to score with the […]

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Penn State coach Pat Chambers resigns after investigation

Pat Chambers resigned as Penn State's basketball coach Wednesday following an internal investigation by the school into allegations of inappropriate conduct. Chambers, 49, had been at Penn State for nine years and was coming off the team’s best season under his directions. Penn S Source link

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With Mahomes-like flashes, BYU star QB Zach Wilson turning heads at next level

A throwback to BYU's glory days, Zach Wilson is rapidly making a name for himself. Time will tell how far the Cougars will go and how high he'll climb on NFL draft boards, but he's already put college football on notice. Source link

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UConn pays four women from Geno Auriemma's 2014 team after Labor Department says they were underpaid

UConn paid out just under $250,000 to seven women, five in the athletic department. Source link

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