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11:39 AM ET ESPN News Services Vanderbilt announced on Friday it has extended the contract of head coach Derek Mason. Details of the extension were not disclosed. Mason has led the Commodores for five seasons and is just the second coach in program history to lead Vandy to multiple bowl appearances. Last week, Mason shuffled
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10:13 PM ET Former UCLA linebacker/defensive end Jaelan Phillips is transferring to Miami, he announced Thursday night on Twitter. Phillips, who was rated by ESPN as the nation’s No. 3 overall prospect in the 2017 recruiting class, medically retired in December after two injury-plagued seasons with the Bruins. He played in just 11 games, starting
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Feb 20, 2019 Willie Taggart ended a nightmarish first season at Florida State with a bit of history he surely did not want: The Seminoles posted their first losing season since 1976. The same problems that had plagued them the previous season only grew: inconsistency at quarterback, poor offensive-line play and too many penalties. Clemson
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7:42 PM ET The Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry is about to stray from tradition. The SEC is expected to move the Auburn–Georgia series from its traditional spot in late November to early October beginning in 2020, Georgia president Jere Morehead confirmed to reporters on Wednesday, one day after 247Sports reported the schools were close to
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4:00 AM ET When Ohio State began spring practice in March 2017, few outside the Woody Hayes Athletic Center could pick Ryan Day out of a crowd. Back then, Day was a fairly anonymous assistant, brought in from the San Francisco 49ers after the team fired Chip Kelly and most of his staff. There was
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12:53 AM ET Former Houston coach Major Applewhite will join Alabama‘s program as an analyst this season, AL.com reported on Tuesday. It will be Applewhite’s second stint with the Crimson Tide; he spent one season as the school’s offensive coordinator in 2007 before joining Texas. Applewhite was fired by Houston in December after going 15-11
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11:55 PM ET Former Minnesota coach Jerry Kill is no fan of the man currently leading the Golden Gophers program. Kill, who recently was named permanent athletic director at Southern Illinois, criticized Minnesota coach P.J. Fleck during an interview Tuesday with SiriusXM College’s “Big Ten Today.” Kill didn’t like the way Fleck handled the transition
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3:40 PM ET Associated Press ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Jim Harbaugh is taking Michigan’s football team to South Africa in May. Director of football operations Mark Taurisani tweeted about the trip Tuesday. As with last year’s visit to France, the Wolverines will not practice in South Africa. Harbaugh did have practices in Italy in 2017.
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9:39 PM ET Associated Press AURORA, Colo. — A man fatally shot in a dispute over a parking space was an assistant principal for Aurora Public Schools and a former football player at the University of Colorado who was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks. Arapahoe County sheriff’s office spokeswoman Deborah Sherman says 46-year-old Anthony “T.J.”
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9:15 PM ET Former Virginia Tech quarterback Josh Jackson announced Monday night on Twitter his next stop will be at Maryland. COMMITTED #TerpNation pic.twitter.com/KXihdGWYsj — Josh Jackson (@joshiejack17) February 19, 2019 Jackson plans to transfer after finishing his degree this spring, which would make him eligible to play for the Terrapins in 2019. Jackson’s arrival
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2:29 PM ET Associated Press KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Tennessee has hired former Oakland Raiders assistant Derrick Ansley as defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach. Volunteers coach Jeremy Pruitt announced the hire Friday and said Ansley would make all defensive calls. Pruitt handled the defensive calls last year while Kevin Sherrer served as defensive coordinator. Sherrer
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7:30 PM ET ESPN News Services A judge in California has signed an arrest warrant for Nebraska running back Maurice Washington, his lawyer said on Thursday, while university officials said the athletic department did not know the exact allegations against the player during football season. Washington was charged in California in December with possessing and
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7:15 PM ET Associated Press Missouri filed a notice of appeal with the NCAA’s committee on infractions Thursday, beginning what could be a lengthy fight of what it considers overly harsh sanctions levied against three of its programs for academic misconduct involving a former tutor. The NCAA banned the football, baseball and softball teams from
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