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10:49 PM ET Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher says he has no plans to leave the school following athletic director Scott Woodward’s departure last week to LSU. Fisher, who won one national championship and three ACC titles during his eight seasons at Florida State, signed a 10-year, $75 million contract with Texas A&M last offseason.
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5:43 PM ET NEW YORK — The key government witness in the FBI’s college basketball corruption trial began his testimony Tuesday by turning the conversation to football, and discussing multiple payments he had made to players at major programs, including at least once at a coach’s direction. Former financial advisor Marty Blazer said that from
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3:00 PM ET Joel AndersonESPN The NCAA football rules committee have approved several rule-change proposals for the 2019 season, including some that would strengthen targeting rules and another meant to limit the potential for too many overtimes. The change to targeting makes it a so-called “progressive penalty,” meaning that players who commit three targeting fouls
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7:44 PM ET Alabama Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban underwent hip replacement surgery on Monday and will be back to work soon, the school announced in a news release. Dr. Lyle Cain, an orthopedic consultant with the athletic department, said the robotic-assisted procedure was successful on the 67-year-old coach. “Coach is resting comfortably, and we
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6:23 PM ET ESPN News Services Former NFL running back and Tennessee Volunteers star Reggie Cobb has died at the age of 50, the San Francisco 49ers announced Saturday. Cobb scouted for the 49ers for the past 10 years and for other clubs before them. Details of his death were not disclosed. Cobb played in
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9:28 AM ET Kansas State receiver Hunter Rison was arrested Friday for domestic battery, the Riley County (Kansas) police department told The Mercury newspaper. Rison faces a charge of domestic battery to a family/person in a dating relationship. He is free on $1,000 bond. The 20-year-old was indefinitely suspended from the team for a violation
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3:56 PM ET Alabama coach Nick Saban is expected to have hip replacement surgery Monday, a source confirmed to ESPN. USA Today was first to report the scheduled procedure. Saban, 67, addressed what he called a “bothersome” hip following the Crimson Tide’s spring game last Saturday, saying it would be evaluated by doctors and could
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2:26 PM ET Hall of Fame coach R.C. Slocum, the winningest head coach in Texas A&M history, will serve as the school’s interim athletic director following the departure of Scott Woodward on Thursday. Slocum, who was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2012, led Texas A&M to a record of 123-47-2 from
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7:25 PM ET Ohio State quarterback Matthew Baldwin plans to enter the transfer portal, coach Ryan Day said Thursday. Day told ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg he believes Baldwin, who is from Austin, Texas, will likely look to play closer to home. The coach also said Ohio State will be looking to add another quarterback before the
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6:30 PM ET Penn State quarterback Tommy Stevens has entered the transfer portal and will not return to the Nittany Lions. Stevens entered the portal on Wednesday, as the Houston Chronicle first reported and ESPN confirmed. Stevens’ father, Tom, told several media outlets Thursday that his son will not return to Penn State. Tommy Stevens
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5:45 PM ET Purdue starting quarterback Elijah Sindelar has received an additional year of eligibility from the NCAA, the team confirmed to ESPN on Thursday. Sindelar will have two years of eligibility left. He played the final few games of 2017 with an ACL tear and started the 2018 opener, but knee tendinitis and an
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10:00 AM ET Jeff Borzello Close ESPN Staff Writer Basketball recruiting insider. Joined ESPN in 2014. Graduate of University of Delaware. Adam Rittenberg Close ESPN Staff Writer College football reporter. Joined ESPN.com in 2008. Graduate of Northwestern University. On Wednesday, ESPN confirmed that Scott Woodward was leaving Texas A&M to become the new athletic director
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