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12:27 PM ET Associated Press SCRANTON, Pa. — Former Penn State president Graham Spanier is asking a federal magistrate judge to overturn his conviction, less than a week before he is scheduled to start serving two months in jail. Spanier was in a Scranton, Pennsylvania, courthouse Thursday as his lawyers argued it violated the U.S.
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9:21 PM ET IRVING, Texas — There was no talk of expanding the College Football Playoff, and there are no plans to change the protocol for selecting the top four teams in the country, according to multiple Power 5 commissioners who attended Wednesday’s annual CFP spring meetings. ACC commissioner John Swofford said there have been
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5:46 PM ET Illinois tight end Luke Ford had his waiver request for immediate eligibility denied Wednesday by the NCAA. Ford, who transferred to Illinois from Georgia, tweeted the news Wednesday and Illinois confirmed it to ESPN.com. A native of Carterville, Illinois, Ford had one reception last year for Georgia and appeared mostly on special
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11:31 AM ET “The Process” never ends for Alabama‘s Nick Saban — not even two days after the 67-year-old coach had hip replacement surgery. Alabama athletic department spokesman Josh Maxson confirmed that Saban was back in his office at the Moore Athletic Facility early Wednesday morning, less than 48 hours after he had hip replacement
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12:25 PM ET “The Process” never ends for Alabama‘s Nick Saban — not even two days after the 67-year-old coach had hip replacement surgery. Alabama athletic department spokesman Josh Maxson confirmed that Saban was back in his office at the Moore Athletic Facility early Wednesday morning, less than 48 hours after he had hip replacement
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10:34 AM ET Kyler Murray remains a heavy favorite at sportsbooks to be the No. 1 overall pick, but his odds were on the move as Thursday’s NFL draft approached. The odds of the Oklahoma quarterback to be taken first overall by the Arizona Cardinals had been listed at -1,200 in previous weeks at FanDuel’s
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10:49 PM ET Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher says he has no plans to leave the school following athletic director Scott Woodward’s departure last week to LSU. Fisher, who won one national championship and three ACC titles during his eight seasons at Florida State, signed a 10-year, $75 million contract with Texas A&M last offseason.
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5:43 PM ET NEW YORK — The key government witness in the FBI’s college basketball corruption trial began his testimony Tuesday by turning the conversation to football, and discussing multiple payments he had made to players at major programs, including at least once at a coach’s direction. Former financial advisor Marty Blazer said that from
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3:00 PM ET Joel AndersonESPN The NCAA football rules committee have approved several rule-change proposals for the 2019 season, including some that would strengthen targeting rules and another meant to limit the potential for too many overtimes. The change to targeting makes it a so-called “progressive penalty,” meaning that players who commit three targeting fouls
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