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Injured ex-Trojans corner sues school, Kiffin
Former Southern California cornerback Brian Baucham is suing the school and former coach Lane Kiffin, alleging he was forced to play in a game while ill.
Michigan pulls plug on Coke-for-tickets deal
Michigan has terminated a Coca-Cola promotion after the school said it never signed off on the deal. Fans were to receive two tickets worth a total of $150 by simply purchasing a couple of bottles of the soda.
Vandy suspends RB Kimbrow indefinitely
Vanderbilt has suspended running back Brian Kimbrow indefinitely for what Commodores coach Derek Mason described as "conduct detrimental to the team."
Hoke: Embattled Michigan will stay course
Michigan coach Brady Hoke says no big changes are ahead for his team despite its 2-2 start.
Mizzou reshuffles offense in wake of injuries
Missouri (3-1) will unveil a new-look offense Saturday at No. 13 South Carolina.
Ash 'at peace' with decision to stop playing
After three difficult weeks of contemplation, David Ash is ready to move on from football and begin the rest of his life.
LSU concerned about stomp by Miss. St.'s Day
Coach Les Miles said LSU's football staff has already submitted to the SEC office its concerns over Mississippi State center Dillon Day stomping two Tigers players in Saturday night's game.
Vols RB dropped after allegedly hitting woman
Tennessee has dismissed running back Treyvon Paulk from the team following a police report that he hit a woman in the mouth at a party.
Nebraska's Abdullah: Winston must grow up
Nebraska's Ameer Abdullah, a candidate for this year's Heisman Trophy, says 2013 winner Jameis Winston of Florida State needs to clean up his act.
FSU's Fisher: Winston suspension 'hit home'
Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher said Jameis Winston's suspension, which cost him Saturday's game, "hit home" with the Seminoles' quarterback.