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Leinart, Urlacher on college HOF ballot
Southern California Heisman Trophy Winner Matt Leinart and former New Mexico star Brian Urlacher are among the players making their first appearance on the College Football Hall of Fame ballot.
Richt wants discretion with new SEC rule
Georgia coach Mark Richt hopes there is room for ''discretion'' in the SEC's new rule which blocks schools from accepting transfers who have had ''serious misconduct'' problems.
Clemson's hopes hinge on revamped D-line
Clemson led the country in defense last year, largely because of an experienced front line with a four-man group that started a combined 114 games the past four seasons.
Las Vegas Bowl to remain pre-Christmas
The Las Vegas Bowl will stick with the Saturday-before-Christmas schedule established in 2012.
UAB to restore dropped football program
Football is back at UAB. Now the Blazers need players.
Utah State hires Hartwell as AD
John Hartwell has been hired as the next athletic director at Utah State, President Stan Albrecht announced Tuesday.
Tennessee has 'moved on' from Williams
The Tennessee Volunteers say they have ''moved on'' from Michael Williams being part of the football team. The cornerback was indicted on aggravated rape charges in February.
SEC makes NCAA-record $455M in revenue
The powerful Southeastern Conference is now the NCAA's richest league.
SEC commish Slive resigns 2 months early
Southeastern Conference Commissioner Mike Slive is handing over the reins to Greg Sankey sooner than expected.
Big 12 conference-record revenue: $252M
Big 12 schools will split up a record $252 million in revenue, the ninth year in a row of increases.
SEC adopts misconduct rule for transfers
The Southeastern Conference has adopted a rule prohibiting its schools from enrolling student-athletes with ''serious misconduct'' issues at previous colleges.