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12:15 PM ET CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor on Saturday became only the fourth player in FBS history to reach 5,000 rushing yards before the end of his junior season — and the fastest to reach the milestone. Taylor eclipsed the 5,000-yard mark on a 16-yard carry on the first place from
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8:52 PM ET Associated Press The Heisman Trophy won by Ricky Wiliams in 1998 at Texas was sold at auction for $504,000, setting a record for college football’s most recognizable award. The winning bid for the trophy in Heritage Auctions’ Fall Sports Memorabilia Collectibles offerings exceeded the previous auction record for a Heisman, set when
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2:20 PM ET Gerald Hamilton Keeping the best prospects home is always paramount for college programs. On Friday, the No. 2-ranked prospect in the ESPN 300 announced he will be staying in the home state of North Carolina. Five-star defensive end Desmond Evans committed to North Carolina over Florida, South Carolina and Virginia Tech in
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Oct 17, 2019 If college football had a video game-style rating system, who would grade higher: Ohio State running back J.K. Dobbins or Alabama offensive lineman Alex Leatherwood? How about LSU safety Grant Delpit vs. Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert? Starting this year, we do have a rating system: the PlayStation Player Impact Rating. A 0-100
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3:05 PM ET Associated Press TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Nick Saban was coaching the Miami Dolphins the last time Alabama lost to Tennessee. The current players from both teams were mostly in elementary school. The top-ranked Crimson Tide have won the past 12 meetings in this traditional Third Saturday in October rivalry, mostly by large margins.
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10:52 AM ET Ohio State will be without its third-leading tackler and possibly its starting left tackle Friday at Northwestern. Junior linebacker Baron Browning is listed as out for the game on Ohio State’s weekly status report. Browning has 23 tackles, including five for loss and 2.5 sacks. He has made one start for the
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8:59 PM ET WASHINGTON, D.C. — Federal lawmakers returned to Capitol Hill this week with piqued interest in finding new ways to compensate college athletes. U.S. Rep. Mark Walker, R-N.C., spent Wednesday drumming up support for a proposed bill that could make it possible for all U.S. college athletes to accept endorsement money as early
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5:13 PM ET Associated Press The number of enforced targeting penalties is down 32% in the Football Bowl Subdivision compared with the first seven weeks of the 2018 season. Targeting, the act of striking a defenseless opponent above the shoulders or using the crown of the helmet to contact an opponent, has been one of
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10:51 AM ET The Big 12 issued a $25,000 fine and a public reprimand to Texas Tech athletic director Kirby Hocutt on Wednesday after he released a statement about an officiating error in the Red Raiders’ loss at Baylor on Saturday. Hocutt said in a statement Sunday that the Big 12 had acknowledged an officiating
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