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Students and fans flooded the front lawn of University of Michigan president Mark Schlissel's on-campus house Tuesday night, demanding the school get rid of athletic director Dave Brandon.
Michigan president Mark Schlissel has asked for a "thorough review" of the school's in-game player safety procedures following the controversy surrounding quarterback Shane Morris' head injury.
NC State coach Dave Doeren apologized to Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher on Tuesday after accusing the Seminoles of faking injuries in their win over the Wolfpack on Saturday.
No matter how well freshman J.T. Barrett performs this season, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer made it perfectly clear Monday that Braxton Miller will his starting quarterback in 2015.
The house in South Bend, Indiana, where Knute Rockne lived at the time of this death goes on the market for $500,000
Tennessee wide receiver Josh Smith will miss a second straight game Saturday against Florida due to a high ankle sprain.
A staff member with Cincinnati's football program was fired Tuesday, four days after the school learned he had been arrested on a misdemeanor sexual abuse charge in northern Kentucky.
Iowa offensive coordinator Greg Davis says the Hawkeyes are switching to a two-quarterback system.
Kentucky has suspended four freshmen for Saturday night's SEC game against South Carolina for their involvement with air pistol shots being fired near a residence hall on campus.