1. Gamecocks' Quarles Doubtful for Florida

    South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier said Wednesday that sophomore defensive tackle Kelcy Quarles would likely face some sort of suspension after throwing a punch in the LSU game...

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  2. 'We Just Play Old Man Football, You Know?' Tide Tackle D.J. Fluker Says

    TUSCALOOSA, Alabama -- It might be Tennessee week, but so far it's been an ordinary week of practice at Alabama. “So far, so good," Alabama right tackle D.J. Fluker said after practice Tuesday...

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  3. Gators Respect Florida Legend

    Like most of his Gator teammates, sophomore quarterback Jeff Driskel is too young to have any memories of Steve Spurrier being the head coach at Florida...

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  4. Did Sports Illustrated Bribe Sources for the Mathieu Story?

    The Oct. 22 cover story of Sports Illustrated is titled “Trials of the Honey Badger.” In the story, writers Thayer Evans and Pete Thamel document the struggles of former ...

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  5. Why Move Boren to Linebacker? Because OSU Actually Has Depth at His Position

    "Jeff Heuerman played his best game as an Ohio State Buckeye, and I'm proud to say that," Meyer said, noting he played 48 plays, the most he has played, and graded out successfully on 88 percent of them...

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  6. OSU Running Game Takes off

    Distracted by Ohio State’s defensive woes, many folks probably didn’t realize that the past two weeks have been epic in terms of the Buckeyes’ running game. But Danny Hope has noticed...

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  7. Thinking out Loud: Boren's 'Temporarily Permanent' Move to LB

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — Randy Gradishar, Tom Cousineau, Marcus Marek, Steve Tovar, Lorenzo Styles, Andy Katzenmoyer, Matt Wilhelm, Anthony Schlegel, James Laurinaitis...

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  8. Curry Returns to Practice for First Time Since May

    ALAMEDA -- Linebacker Aaron Curry, who has been sidelined with knee issues since May and on the PUP list since the start of the season, was practicing Wednesday with the Raiders ...

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  9. Davis Reiterates Raiders' Desire to Stay in East Bay

    The Raiders need a new stadium to replace the antiquated O.co Coliseum and owner Mark Davis reiterated Tuesday to the NFL Network his desire to build on the current site of the 46-year-old stadium the Raiders share with the A's...

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  10. Greg Knapp's Offense, Now and Then

    The most-discussed aspect of the 2012 Oakland Raiders is the impact of new/old offensive coordinator Greg Knapp...

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  11. Penn State Grabs First Commitment for 2014

    Nobody is sure how Penn State recruiting will wind up by the upcoming National Signing Day, but so far the coaching staff has kept the bulk of the Nittany Lions' recruits in the fold...

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  12. INSIDER: UGA Flies to Kansas for No. 1-Ranked Recruit

    How big of a priority is JC defensive tackle Toby Johnson for UGA? With UGA off last weekend, the Bulldogs dispatched recruiting coordinator Rodney Garner to Kansas to personally ...

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  13. Would Canning Coach Help Recruiting?

    John L. Smith was a dead man walking at Arkansas before having one of the worst first months of football for any preseason Top 5 team...

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  14. Five Most Intriguing Running Back Recruitments in the 2013

    The top position storyline-wise for the 2013 recruiting cycle thus far has to be running back. It’s a deep cycle there for sure, but because of injuries and a lack of consensus ...

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  15. Mind of Mike: Irish Getting Defensive

    Rivals.com national analyst Mike Farrell is never shy to express his opinion on everything from commitments to rankings to how on-field performance affects recruiting...

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  16. Michigan Recruit Michael Ferns Gives TD to Grieving Teammate

    College football programs put a big emphasis on recruiting character guys. Michigan has clearly found one in St. Clairsville (OH) High running back Michael Ferns. During the fourth quarter of an Oct...

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  17. Packers Should Rest Jennings Until He's Fully Healthy

    Houston - First, James Jones took a bow. Not once, but twice, the Green Bay Packer receiver imitated Arian Foster's touchdown ritual. Jordy Nelson caught three touchdowns. Randall Cobb eclipsed 100 yards...

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  18. Randall Cobb Emerges as WR for Packers

    The Green Bay Packers scored on six passing touchdowns Sunday night at Reliant Stadium. Receiver Randall Cobb didn't catch any of them, which probably explains why there hasn't been much discussion about the first 100-yard game of his brief career...

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  19. Green Bay Packers Sign Two Players to Practice Squad

    Today General Manager Ted Thompson announced that the Green Bay Packers have signed two players to the team’s practice squad, wide receiver Jeremy Ross and defensive end Drew Vanderlin...

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  20. Browns Oust Holmgren, Who'll Retire from NFL

    CHICAGO — Mike Holmgren is out as president of the Cleveland Browns , although the Super Bowl-winning coach will remain with the team to help in the transition and then will retire at the end of the season...

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  21. Irish Look to Avoid 'Trap' vs. BYU

    The "GameDay" trucks and the chance to finally knock off a rival are gone, and so Brian Kelly now faces the opposite problem of last week's: With far less "noise," as he called it, ...

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  22. Manti Te'o, Irish Keep Climbing

    Manti Te'o and his Notre Dame team find themselves in similar positions this week, as each is No. 4 in ESPN.com's Heisman Watch and power rankings, respectively. Te'o jumped two spots while the Irish moved up from No...

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  23. Notebook: Notre Dame's Kelly Explains Quarterback Plan

    SOUTH BEND - By the end of perhaps the longest press conference of the Brian Kelly Era, the third-year Notre Dame head football coach was being pushed deep into the hypothetical. If No...

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  24. Phil Goes Long in Stadium Shot, but Raises $50,000

    PHOTO GALLERY: Mickelson's halftime shot, appearance on ESPN | Official site: Phil's Chip4Charity SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Stadium golf took on a new meaning for Phil Mickelson, who overshot ...

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  25. Super Bowl Champion Rypien Taking His Shot at Q-School

    A 20-minute conversation with Mark Rypien, the Super Bowl-winning quarterback, reveals his passion for golf...

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