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10:15 PM ET After the Big Ten entered the College Football Playoff conversation in Week 3, the Pac-12 became the latest, and last, Power 5 conference to announce its intent to play this fall. The news swept the country this week but was ultimately overshadowed with a Week 4 slate that featured multiple top 10
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8:00 AM ET Every morning, we simulate the rest of the college football season 20,000 times. I’ve peered into these parallel worlds, and let me tell you, some of the simulations are kind of wild. We’ve got some where Indiana wins the Big Ten. There are others where Kentucky wins the SEC. There’s at least
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4:48 PM ET Purdue wide receiver Rondale Moore is opting back in and will play for the Boilermakers during the fall season, he announced on ESPN’s College Football Live on Thursday. Moore, who in 2018 became the first true freshman consensus All-American in Big Ten history, is the latest star to return to his team
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6:57 PM ET Kyle Bonagura Close ESPN Staff Writer Covers the Pac-12. Joined ESPN in 2014. Attended Washington State University. Heather Dinich Close ESPN Senior Writer College football reporter Joined ESPN.com in 2007 Graduate of Indiana University The Pac-12 will play a seven-game conference football season beginning Nov. 6, the league announced Thursday. The decision,
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12:51 PM ET KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Tennessee, wanting to solidify its commitment to coach Jeremy Pruitt and the direction he is taking the program, has added two years to his contract and rewarded him with a $400,000 annual raise, the school announced Thursday. Discussions about sweetening Pruitt’s deal started in January but were put on
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12:00 PM ET A bipartisan pair of congressmen introduced federal legislation Thursday that, if passed, would open the door for college athletes to make money from a wide variety of endorsement deals and create some flexibility to adjust their proposed regulations over the course of the next three years. The bill, co-authored by Rep. Anthony
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2:38 PM ET SEC commissioner Greg Sankey says he hasn’t considered whether there should be a minimum number of games required to qualify for the College Football Playoff. Rather, Sankey said Wednesday that he has reviewed the selection criteria and anticipates a “number of challenges” facing the CFP selection committee as conferences play disparate schedules
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2:36 PM ET The North Texas–Houston football game scheduled for Saturday has been postponed, the fourth season opener the Cougars have been unable to play due to the coronavirus pandemic. North Texas said in a statement Wednesday that four positive COVID-19 tests this week, and subsequent contact tracing, left the Mean Green unable to field
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9:23 AM ET The Georgia athletic department is disputing a former football player’s claims that it maintains an “unsafe, unsupportive, or racially insensitive environment.” In a statement posted to social media Tuesday night, former Bulldogs safety Otis Reese wrote that his time on the team “took a devastating mental toll” on him. “From the first
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2:20 PM ET Inconclusive COVID-19 tests that came back negative will allow five Missouri football players previously believed to be out to participate in Saturday’s game against Alabama. Missouri coach Eliah Drinkwitz told reporters on Tuesday that instead of the 12 players he previously said would be sidelined, that number was now seven. Drinkwitz said
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1:59 PM ET Cincinnati wide receiver Alec Pierce, who led the team in receiving last season, will miss several weeks with a knee injury. Coach Luke Fickell on Tuesday said Pierce recently underwent an arthroscopic procedure on his knee. Pierce recorded 652 receiving yards on only 37 receptions last season as a sophomore, scoring two
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5:26 PM ET Associated Press Jarrett Guarantano and the 16th-ranked Tennessee Volunteers are about to find out how much it helps them having the same offensive coordinator for consecutive seasons. The quarterback who lost his starting job last season and even received death threats has had a full offseason to better learn what Jim Chaney
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2:11 PM ET Florida State coach Mike Norvell said Monday he is “extremely disappointed” he will not get to coach in his first game against rival Miami after testing positive for coronavirus over the weekend. In his first comments since Florida State announced the positive results on Saturday, Norvell said he has no idea how
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