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9:56 PM ET NORMAN, Okla. — First-year Oklahoma coach Brent Venables said Monday that he’s been proud of his team’s resolve and focus following longtime assistant coach Cale Gundy’s sudden resignation last week and the way the players have so quickly bought into the new staff’s vision. “All things considered, they’ve handled everything great and
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9:07 PM ET Texas lost two key players to season-ending injuries during Saturday’s scrimmage, Longhorns coach Steve Sarkisian said Monday. Fifth-year offensive lineman Junior Angilau, who has started 34 games for the Longhorns over the past three seasons, and wide receiver Isaiah Neyor, a newcomer who transferred from Wyoming, both suffered ACL injuries, according to
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1:49 PM ET Myles Brennan, who started at quarterback for LSU in early 2020 but missed most of the past two seasons with injuries, will no longer play college football, the school announced Monday. Brennan had been competing with former Arizona State transfer Jayden Daniels and sophomore Garrett Nussmeier for the starting job. “We are
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1:38 PM ET Associated Press CLEMSON, S.C. — Clemson starting defensive end Xavier Thomas will miss up to six weeks with a foot injury suffered over the weekend. Defensive coordinator Wes Goodwin said Monday that Thomas, a 6-foot-5, 265-pound fifth-year lineman, will need surgery. Thomas hurt himself during a scrimmage Saturday and tweeted afterward: “Small
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12:14 PM ET Associated Press With two of the best players in the country leading the way – and a championship game loss as motivation – Alabama is No. 1 in The Associated Press preseason college football poll for the second straight season and ninth time overall. Heisman Trophy winner Bryce Young, national defensive player
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7:00 AM ET College football betting preview schedule Thursday: Betting AlabamaFriday: Betting Ohio StateSaturday: Betting GeorgiaMonday: Betting ClemsonTuesday: Betting Notre Dame Bet: Clemson to make the College Football Playoff (+145) Best case: After six straight ACC titles, six straight College Football Playoff appearances and 97 straight weeks in the AP Top 10, it all came
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5:54 PM ET Steve Worster, a two-time All-American at Texas and the bruising fullback who was the inspiration for the creation of the wishbone offense that came to dominate college football in the 1970s and ’80s, died on Saturday at 73. Texas announced Worster’s death in a release on Sunday. Worster, who was nicknamed “Big
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