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Marshall drops RB charged in gay beating
Marshall running back Steward Butler was charged in the beating of two gay men Wednesday and dismissed from the team.
Ohio St. coach Meyer has appendectomy
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer has been sidelined with an appendectomy.
Sandusky appeals to get case thrown out
Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky argued in a new appeal Wednesday that pretrial publicity, leaks and unprepared defense lawyers are among the reasons a judge should throw out his child sexual abuse conviction.
Bowlsby slows talk on Big 12 title game
The Big 12 has tapped the brakes on the conference championship game talk.
FBS pushes total number of bowls to 42
The NCAA certified three new bowls to push the total number of postseason games in major college football to new high of 42.
Stanford, San Diego St. announce series
Stanford and San Diego State are set to play a future home-and-home series.
Iowa DB Rucker to transfer
Iowa defensive back Malik Rucker is leaving the program.
N. Dakota weighs 1,200 nickname options
From ''Amber Waves'' to ''Zombies,'' the list of potential new nicknames for University of North Dakota athletic teams ranges from the sublime to the ridiculous.
Clemson QB Watson: I won't miss a beat
Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson believes he won't miss a beat despite sitting out all spring after knee ligament surgery. And the Tigers most dynamic player insists he'll return at full speed once he's cleared to cut loose this summer.
Cal to promote interim AD to full time
California will name interim athletic director Mike Williams to the full-time job.
Ex-Nebraska RB Baldwin dies at 45
Scott Baldwin, whose promising career at Nebraska in the early 1990s ended because of injuries and his battles with mental illness, has died.
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