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Show cause of ex-Texas Southern coach upheld
The NCAA Division I Infractions Appeals Committee has upheld a three-year show-cause order for former Texas Southern football coach Johnnie Cole.
Lions launching Ford Field bowl, sources say
The Detroit Lions are expected to create and operate a new bowl game at Ford Field starting in 2014, which would eliminate the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl after this season, sources said Tuesday.
100 numbers to know for the 2013 college football season
The college football season is 100 days away. Here are 100 numbers you need to know for the season.
McCartney back on WVU roster after 6 months
Wide receiver Ivan McCartney is returning to West Virginia's roster six months after leaving the team.
Former Arkansas QB Mitchell picks NC State
Brandon Mitchell will enroll at NC State, the former Arkansas quarterback said Monday.
Federal judge weighs fate of Corbett lawsuit
Gov. Tom Corbett will learn within the next few weeks whether his federal lawsuit against the NCAA over the penalties handed down against Penn State will be allowed to continue, following a nearly two-hour hearing Monday in Harrisburg.
Sources: C-USA to put team in Military Bowl
Conference USA has struck a deal to put a team in the Military Bowl, sources said Monday.
QB Lunt mulls Illinois after visit, sources say
Former Oklahoma State quarterback Wes Lunt took an unofficial visit to Illinois at the end of last week and is sincerely considering transferring there, sources familiar with his option said Monday.
EMU coach to skydive as bathroom fundraiser
The Eastern Michigan Eagles need new bathrooms, and coach Ron English is ready to jump out of a plane to get them.
Saban: 'Devil' words 'terribly disappointing'
Alabama coach Nick Saban responded Thursday to critical comments by a former assistant coach, calling Tim Davis' words "terribly disappointing."