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Gators QB Harris cited for driving without license
Florida quarterback Treon Harris is facing a misdemeanor charge for allegedly operating a motor vehicle without a valid license.
Attorney: Sandusky loses battle for pension
Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky has lost a legal battle to restore his $4,900-a-month pension, a benefit that was canceled two years ago after he was sentenced for child molestation.
Five-star DT Mack decommits from Texas A&M
Hours after the commitment of No. 35-ranked Malik Jefferson to the Texas Longhorns over Texas A&M and UCLA, the Aggies seemingly have lost their top defensive commitment in the class.
Kentucky hires Dawson to run the offense
Kentucky coach Mark Stoops has announced the hiring of Shannon Dawson as the Wildcats' offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
No. 39 Stidham commits to Baylor over Oregon
Jarrett Stidham, No. 39 in the ESPN 300 and the No. 3-ranked dual threat quarterback prospect, committed to Baylor over Oregon Friday morning.
49ers' Harbaugh: 'Only talk about job I have'
San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh would not bite Thursday when asked to comment on numerous reports that have him and his alma mater at the University of Michigan exchanging flirtatious glances.
Horns land LB Jefferson, No. 35 in ESPN 300
Mesquite Poteet (Texas) linebacker Malik Jefferson, the No. 35 player in the ESPN 300, commits to the Texas Longhorns.
Winston's future call wouldn't surprise Fisher
Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher said Friday that whatever decision star quarterback Jameis Winston makes -- turn pro or remain with the program for a third season -- would not surprise him.
Ducks CB Ekpre-Olomu (knee) out for season
Oregon star cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu suffered a severe knee injury during the Ducks' practice Tuesday and will miss the rest of the season, a source confirmed to ESPN.
Luck: CFP selection process gets 'A grade'
Former West Virginia athletic director Oliver Luck, one of the 12 members of the inaugural College Football Playoff selection committee, said on Thursday that he would give "an A grade" to the College Football Playoff's selection process.