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Strong era begins at Texas with shaky QB play
The Charlie Strong era began at Texas with a shaky performance at quarterback and few questions answered about just how quickly the Longhorns can rebound in the Big 12 under their new coach.
QBs fail to impress in Alabama spring game
Alec Morris may have had the biggest impact of any Alabama quarterback during the Crimson Tide's spring game on Saturday. The problem, however, is that he stood out most as a punter, booming 15 kicks for an average of 38.4 yards per attempt.
Sources: Wittek visits Texas for spring game
ormer USC quarterback Max Wittek visited Texas for its spring game Saturday, multiple sources confirmed.
Texas LB Edmond: Loss to 'trash' Baylor hurts
Texas linebacker Steve Edmond is still bitter over losing the Big 12 title to Baylor last season.
Miami (Ohio) unveils John Harbaugh statue
John Harbaugh was honored with a statue at his alma mater Miami University in the school's "Cradle of Coaches."
Saban: Talks with Peyton, Gase not together
Nick Saban visited with Peyton Manning at the Alabama football offices early last week. Saban also spent time with Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase on the same day and in the same location. But don't connect the dots any further, Saban says.
NCAA prez Emmert: Food rule was 'absurd'
NCAA president Mark Emmert said Friday that he was happy to take pressure off the NCAA and its member schools as the governing body's legislative council voted earlier this week to eliminate all the previous restrictions on food.
NCAA proposes hardship transfers sit 1 year
Student-athletes who seek transfers due to "difficult life circumstances" might have to sit out a season but gain an extra year of eligibility starting in 2015-16.
Carl Pelini: FAU firing result of AD's agenda
Carl Pelini said Friday during a radio interview that his firing at Florida Atlantic last year was unjustified and the result of a new athletic director who wanted to hire his own football coach.
Texas AD: Union push 'smells' of attorneys
Texas athletic director Steve Patterson said Thursday he doesn't support paying athletes nor a system in which they can market themselves and doesn't understand the recent quest by Northwestern players to unionize.