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8:31 AM ET Ohio State defensive end Chase Young will not play Saturday against Maryland due to a possible NCAA issue from 2018 that the Ohio State athletic department is looking into, the school announced. Young has posted 13.5 sacks for the No. 1 Buckeyes during their 8-0 start and had emerged as a possible
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Nov 4, 2019 In the newest installment of ESPN’s yearlong initiative marking 150 years of college football, we set out to rank the 150 greatest games in history. A panel of 150 media members, athletic administrators and former players and coaches selected these games from 202 finalists initially identified by ESPN’s Stats & Information group.
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4:01 PM ET LOS ANGELES — One of USC athletic director Mike Bohn’s first official acts on the job will be to evaluate a struggling football program and its embattled head coach. But during his introductory news conference on USC’s campus Thursday, Bohn said it was too early to discuss anything pertaining to the future
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8:00 AM ET Late in 2016, between trouncing Florida in the SEC championship game and preparing for a College Football Playoff semifinal matchup with Washington, Alabama focused on securing its receiver corps of the future. Jerry Jeudy already had given his verbal commitment a few months earlier, continuing a South Florida-to-Tuscaloosa pipeline that sent childhood
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4:58 PM ET TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Alabama coach Nick Saban told ESPN on Wednesday that quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has made promising strides this week in practice and that “there’s a good chance he will play” Saturday against No. 2-ranked LSU if he continues to make the progress he’s made to this point. “It’s still day
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3:16 PM ET TCU quarterback Alex Delton has left the team, head coach Gary Patterson said Tuesday. Delton, a fifth-year graduate transfer, started the Horned Frogs’ first two games, but was replaced by true freshman Max Duggan. Delton completed 27 of 50 attempts this season for 318 yards, no touchdowns and one interception. His departure
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9:00 AM ET Former Alabama defensive lineman Antonio Alfano is transferring to Colorado, head coach Mel Tucker announced on Monday. See you in January @Antonioalfano99! Welcome home! pic.twitter.com/rqOLVSptXf — Mel Tucker (@Coach_mtucker) November 5, 2019 Alfano was the No. 28 ranked recruit in the 2019 class, but the true freshman never played a snap for
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