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Big 12 approves field-rushing sanctions
Big 12 Conference schools could now face fines, and even the loss of future home games, for failing to keep fans from storming courts or rushing fields after games.
Oklahoma backup QB Hansen to transfer
Oklahoma backup quarterback Justice Hansen plans to transfer.
Miles to talk to OL Domond after arrest
LSU spokesman Michael Bonnette says coach Les Miles plans to meet with suspended reserve offensive lineman Jevonte Domond on Thursday to discuss his recent arrest in an alleged domestic dispute.
Big Easy among 9 bidding to host playoff
New Orleans is among nine cities and regions bidding to host College Football Playoff championship games.
SEC to increase fines for rushing field
The Southeastern Conference has been fining its schools for rushing fields and storming courts since 2004.
Cost of attendance concerns some in SEC
The cost of attendance boost to an athletic scholarship is about to become a reality and some coaches are uncomfortable with the new economic reality of college sports: Athletes will be able to get more at some schools than at others.
SEC OKs satellite camps if not banned
The Southeastern Conference will either change the rules regarding recruiting camps or join in the chase.
Byers, NCAA's first exec director, dies
Walter Byers, the first executive director of the NCAA who spent 36 years leading and shaping the organization that oversees college athletics, has died. He was 93.
Golson to battle Maguire for FSU QB job
Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher sees competition, not a budding quarterback controversy, with the addition of Everett Golson.
Oregon adds former Notre Dame OL Hegarty
Former Notre Dame offensive lineman Matt Hegarty is transferring to Oregon, where he will be eligible to play immediately as a graduate student.
Beckham, Miami talk stadium partnership
David Beckham and the University of Miami are discussing a possible partnership for a new stadium for both Major League Soccer and college football.