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8:25 AM ET Pete ThamelESPN Tennessee star wide receiver Cedric Tillman will not play against Florida on Saturday because of an ankle injury, sources told ESPN. Tillman injured his ankle last week against Akron midway through the second quarter. With Tennessee having a bye next week, there is optimism that he could return for the
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7:19 PM ET Adam Rittenberg Close ESPN Senior Writer College football reporter. Joined ESPN.com in 2008. Graduate of Northwestern University. Kyle Bonagura Close ESPN Staff Writer Covers the Pac-12. Joined ESPN in 2014. Attended Washington State University. Former Washington State coach Nick Rolovich is finally speaking out about his reasoning for not getting the COVID-19
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7:36 PM ET After USC and UCLA announced their intention to join the Big Ten this summer, ACC administrators had informal conversations regarding the possible additions of members of the Big 12 and Pac-12 or a potential merger of the three leagues, according to several sources. The Raleigh News & Observer was first to report
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10:14 AM ET An outlier opening line on USC–Oregon State prompted a flood of bets on the underdog Beavers this week and left one sportsbook with more money at stake on the Pac-12 tilt than any of the week’s NFL games. Caesars Sportsbook on Sunday opened USC as a 13.5-point favorite over Oregon State. Minutes
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11:27 PM ET In a letter provided to the University of California Board of Regents ahead of a closed-door session Thursday to discuss UCLA‘s proposed move to the Big Ten conference, Pac-12 commissioner George Kliavkoff detailed “significant concerns” he had with the move, including its effect on student-athlete mental health, increased travel and operational costs,
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12:34 PM ET The NCAA placed LSU’s football program on one year of probation and issued a three-year show cause against a former assistant coach, who it says admitted to meeting with a prospect and giving him team gear during a COVID-19 recruiting dead period. The Tigers said they fired offensive line coach James Cregg
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7:32 PM ET ESPN staff College football’s last weekend in September is officially here, meaning conference rivalries move to the forefront of Saturday’s slate. Sure, we’ll miss the nonconference battles like Appalachian State upsetting Texas A&M in College Station or Georgia proving why the title still runs through Athens, but conference play is where seasons
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2:46 PM ET For the second time in three days, Nick Saban and Alabama received a commitment from an ESPN 300 recruit after wide receiver Jalen Hale announced for the Crimson Tide on Wednesday. Hale, who attends Longview High School in Longview, Texas, is No. 42 on the 2023 ESPN 300 and the eighth-ranked receiver
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2:43 PM ET Associated Press AMHERST, Mass. — The University of Massachusetts is planning to hold a Pride Day on the same day that the Minutemen host evangelical college Liberty in a football game. The school made the “special announcement” Sunday on Twitter in a 37-second video featuring techno music and a uniformed player standing
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7:00 AM ET Inspirational thought of the week: It’s the sport of kings,Better than diamond ringsThat’s why we’re here to sing …Football. — “Football Rap” LL Cool J Here at Bottom 10 Headquarters, located in a Boone, North Carolina, infirmary next to the eyewash station being used to rid Appalachian State students of pink eye
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8:22 PM ET Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy said Tuesday that any discussion about his school’s role in the future of the Bedlam rivalry with Oklahoma was “childish.” Athletic directors for both schools told the Action Network on Monday that the series officially would be ending when Oklahoma departs for the SEC. “We don’t have
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7:41 PM ET Despite his league winning 12 of the last 16 national championships, SEC commissioner Greg Sankey said one of the most important components of an expanded 12-team College Football Playoff would be helping the sport not to be so regionalized. “My view is how do you bring more people into November, including in
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11:45 PM ET In the wake of “F— the Mormons” chants coming from the Oregon student section last Saturday during the Ducks’ 41-20 win over BYU at Autzen Stadium, BYU issued a statement Monday thanking Oregon for its “sincere apology” and adding that “this isolated behavior does not reflect the values of the University of
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10:56 AM ET Defensive tackle Jordan Renaud committed to Alabama on Monday. Renaud, ranked No. 45 in the 2023 ESPN 300, attends Tyler Legacy High School in Tyler, Texas. Renaud, the fourth-best defensive tackle in the 2023 cycle, chose Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide over Brent Venables and the Sooners. 1 Related Alabama now
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11:36 PM ET South Carolina coach Shane Beamer apologized Sunday for shouting at a group of female athletes to leave the field during a Title IX recognition in Saturday’s game against No. 1 Georgia. After the first quarter, South Carolina invited all 275 of its female athletes to one of the end zones at Williams
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5:32 PM ET Pete ThamelESPN Herm Edwards’ tenure as Arizona State‘s football coach began with bravado, featured dollops of optimism and ultimately ended on Sunday amid a spiral of off-field issues and bad football. Under the dark cloud of a significant NCAA investigation and in the wake of both a staff roster exodus, Edwards’ time
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