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Kevin Olsen is no longer enrolled at Miami, the school announced Tuesday, one day after the redshirt freshman was charged with driving under the influence and having a fake or stolen driver's license.
Texas A&M freshman receiver Speedy Noil will not play Saturday against SMU because of an unspecified injury, coach Kevin Sumlin said Tuesday.
Arizona State senior quarterback Taylor Kelly will miss the 15th-ranked Sun Devils' next game with a right foot injury, though his status beyond that is uncertain.
Michigan State may need to run the table to have a shot at making the inaugural college football playoff, but don't expect coach Mark Dantonio to rely on style points to get his 11th-ranked Spartans there.
Tennessee wide receiver Josh Smith has a high ankle sprain, leaving his status uncertain for the Volunteers' next game Sept. 27 at No. 13 Georgia.
Fourth-ranked Oklahoma will be without its leading rusher when it travels to West Virginia this weekend.
Rutgers athletic director Julie Hermann issued a public apology Monday afternoon for the "classless display" of some fans against Penn State, when photos popped up on social media of some fans making light of the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse scandal.
Virginia Tech receiver Joshua Stanford has been granted a leave of absence to take care of personal issues, the school announced Tuesday.
West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen announced Monday night that sophomore cornerback Daryl Worley has been suspended indefinitely for an undisclosed violation of team rules.
Offensive lineman Jacob Gannon has rejoined the Iowa State program 11 days after quitting the team, saying Tuesday he was recently diagnosed with anxiety.