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  1. Arkansas State sues Miami over canceled game
    Arkansas State has filed a lawsuit against the University of Miami saying Miami has refused to reschedule a game that was postponed last September due to Hurricane Irma. The game had been scheduled for Jonesboro, Arkansas.
  2. Dantonio's annual extension approved by MSU
    Despite accusations of mishandled sexual assault claims against his football program, Mark Dantonio had his annual contract extension approved by Michigan State on Friday.
  3. Putting Alabama's No. 6 ranked recruiting class in context
    The departure of several assistants contributed to a subpar recruiting class by Alabama's standards, but don't feel sorry for Nick Saban just yet.
  4. Ole Miss files appeal against NCAA punishment
    Ole Miss has filed its appeal of the NCAA committee on infractions' decision to ban football from the postseason in 2018, limit unofficial recruiting visits and cite the school for lack of institutional control in a case involving 21 violations.
  5. Mark Richt isn't wavering on Miami's starting QB
    Malik Rosier made enough plays last season to own the job, the coach says, though N'Kosi Perry is making progress and will have his day.
  6. Source: Chris Kiffin leaving Lane for 49ers job
    Florida Atlantic defensive coordinator Chris Kiffin -- brother of Owls head coach Lane -- is leaving for a coaching position with the San Francisco 49ers, a source tells ESPN.
  7. Buckeyes DC Schiano gets pay bump to $1.5M
    Ohio State gave defensive coordinator Greg Schiano a raise to $1.5 million a year, up from $700,000, and offensive coordinator/QB coach Ryan Day a raise to $1 million, up from $400,000.
  8. The story behind one Nebraska football player's call to serve
    Zack Darlington has long felt the call to serve -- first as a teammate and friend when tragedy struck the Nebraska football team, and now as a future member of the United States armed forces.
  9. UNM says Davie's suspension starts Saturday
    Bob Davie's appeal of his 30-day suspension for alleged misconduct in his program has been denied by the University of New Mexico Board of Regents.
  10. MSU faculty votes no confidence in board
    Members of the Michigan State faculty voted 61-4 to express no confidence in the eight-member governing body at the university. Meanwhile, the institution's interim president wrote to the campus community about cooperation with ongoing investigations.
  11. Bama takes a back seat to Clemson in FPI rankings
    Based on returning talent, Clemson rates as the top team in FPI's first ranking of 2018. Where did the other 129 FBS teams land? Check it out.
  12. Take a spin with college football's trade machine
    Clemson QB Kelly Bryant and Alabama QB Jalen Hurts on the move? With quality backups in place, let's make some (pretend) deals. Here are 11 trade-deadline-inspired moves to improve college football's best teams for 2018.
  13. Group: Progress in NCAA transfer rules talks
    An NCAA group working on a new model for undergraduate transfers says it is making progress, but it will not allow any proposal granting immediate eligibility for all athletes wishing to switch schools.
  14. Let Mike Gundy sax up your Valentine's Day
    Struggling to find that perfect last minute Valentine's Day gift? Mike Gundy, and his saxophone, have some advice for all those hopeless romantics.
  15. College football attendance down again
    College football attendance dropped for the fourth consecutive season with the biggest drop since 1983.

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