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1:43 PM ET Former Auburn defensive end Big Kat Bryant announced Tuesday he will transfer to UCF, reuniting with coach Gus Malzahn. Bryant, a second-team All-SEC selection a year ago, initially announced his plans to transfer to Tennessee in January. But after the Vols fired then-coach Jeremy Pruitt, Bryant decided to look elsewhere. Malzahn was
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12:16 PM ET The Pac-12 released its full nine-game 2021 conference schedule Tuesday, becoming the final Power 5 conference to announce its plans for what is expected to be a return to normalcy after a season severely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. UCLA will be the first Pac-12 team in action when it hosts Hawai’i
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8:14 PM ET Andy Hoffman, the father of Nebraska Cornhuskers fan and brain cancer patient Jack Hoffman, died Monday at his home in Atkinson, Nebraska. He was 42. The Team Jack Foundation announced his death. Andy Hoffman, an attorney, spent the last decade of his life raising more than $8 million for Team Jack, a
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5:50 PM ET Alabama is moving ahead with plans to host full-capacity college football games at Bryant-Denny Stadium this coming season, athletic director Greg Byrne announced Monday. Byrne tweeted a short statement after news earlier in the day that the school would be returning to in-person instruction without restrictions on classroom capacity in the fall.
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4:01 PM ET Tight end Arik Gilbert is back on the market after announcing he is re-entering the transfer portal on Sunday. Gilbert entered the transfer portal while enrolled at LSU and eventually chose Florida as his next destination on Jan. 31. Four weeks later, Gilbert took to Twitter to say he’s backing off of
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3:37 PM ET Michigan’s offense is adding a veteran presence at quarterback in Texas Tech transfer Alan Bowman, who announced his decision to commit to the Wolverines on Sunday. Bowman entered the transfer portal on January 25, and is a graduate transfer, so he will be eligible immediately for Michigan. He threw for 1,602 yards,
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11:31 AM ET Associated Press CLEMSON, S.C. — Clemson starting cornerback Derion Kendrick is no longer part of the Tigers’ program. A team spokesman confirmed Kendrick’s status Sunday. Kendrick, a 6-foot, 190-pound senior from Rock Hill, South Carolina, was a highly talented player who last season had several discipline issues and did not play in
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