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CFP officials won't budge on semis, title dates

Officials from the College Football Playoff are standing firm behind their original dates for future semifinals and national championship games in spite of a report that officials from ESPN and the NFL would like to see the dates changed.

Arkansas' Long re-elected as CFP chairman

Arkansas athletic director Jeff Long was unanimously re-elected as the chairman of the College Football Playoff's 12-member selection committee, the playoff announced Monday.

UNC, Wake Forest agree to non-ACC series

The North Carolina Tar Heels and Wake Forest Demon Deacons have achieved a scheduling first: The ACC schools announced Monday they have agreed to a home-and-home nonconference series in 2019 and 2021.

Winston's accuser goes public in documentary

The woman who accused Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston of sexually assaulting her in December 2012 has spoken publicly for the first time about the case.

NDSU extends Klieman through 2021 season

North Dakota State coach Chris Klieman has signed a two-year contract extension that will keep him with the Bison at least through the 2021 season, school officials announced Monday.

Kiffin to remain Bama OC, won't jump to NFL

Lane Kiffin, reportedly a candidate for the San Francisco 49ers' offensive coordinator job, will return to Alabama next season as offensive coordinator, the Crimson Tide announced Saturday.

UCF builds beach club inside football stadium

Can't decide between the beach and a football game? Now fans of UCF don't have to choose.

Ohio St. celebrates title in front of 45K fans

After leading Ohio State to a national championship, Joey Bosa had one question for the 45,000 fans who crowded into Ohio Stadium in late January.

Ex-Vandy player: Drunk, don't recall assault

The rape trial of two former Vanderbilt football players began wrapping up Monday with a prosecutor telling jurors that video evidence and photographs taken of the crime would be enough to convict them on most of the charges.

Abdullah leads North by South in Senior Bowl

Nebraska's Ameer Abdullah wanted to leave an impression on more than just the NFL watchers at the Senior Bowl.