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Judge questions $75M concussion settlement
A federal judge overseeing a first-of-its-kind head injury settlement with the NCAA expressed concerns Thursday about some terms and the scope of the $75 million deal that encompasses all athletes going back decades.
OK State sues Texas OC Wickline for $600K
Oklahoma State has sued Texas co-offensive coordinator Joe Wickline for breach of contract, alleging he misled his former employer about his new position at Texas, and the school is seeking more than $593,000 in damages.
UNC probe: Advisers pushed sham classes
An report commissioned by the University of North Carolina says school academic advisers steered athletes into sham classes over an 18-year period but does not directly implicate coaches or athletic administrators in the scheme.
Georgia applies for Gurley to be reinstated
The University of Georgia will apply to the NCAA on Wednesday for running back Todd Gurley to be reinstated.
O'Bannon lawyers want $50M from NCAA
The bill has come in for former UCLA basketball star Ed O'Bannon's successful court challenge of the NCAA -- and it's a whopper.
Harris replaces Driskel as Gators starting QB
Embattled coach Will Muschamp on Wednesday named true freshman Treon Harris the starter at quarterback for the Florida Gators.
Snyder, Bosworth, star RBs up for College HOF
Kansas State coach Bill Snyder is among the 81 coaches and players up for election to the College Football Hall of Fame.
Cincinnati QB Evans suspended after arrest
Backup quarterback Jarred Evans was suspended indefinitely by Cincinnati coach Tommy Tuberville on Tuesday for his arrest over the weekend on a misdemeanor assault charge.
Tebow: Gators lacking identity, leadership
The pressure is mounting on Florida coach Will Muschamp and his slumping Gators.
Auburn reinstates Whitehead from suspension
Gus Malzahn announced Tuesday that Auburn safety Jermaine Whitehead has been reinstated to the team.