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Ole Miss Coach Was 'Shocked' by Tunsil Comments at NFL Draft

Mississippi coach Hugh Freeze was surprised by former Rebels offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil's statement at the NFL draft that he accepted money from a coach while at the school.

As Big 12 Ponders Expansion, American on Guard for Losses

The Big 12 presidents will consider in the coming weeks whether the league should expand, leaving the American Athletic Conference on guard for the possibility of one or more defections.

Sports Briefing | College Sports: Dismissals in Penn State Case Stand

Prosecutors said they would not appeal a ruling that threw out some criminal charges against three former Penn State administrators related to their handling of the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal.

Ole Miss to Investigate Tunsil's Comments on Receiving Cash

Mississippi says it will investigate former offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil's comments that he accepted money from a member of the football staff while playing at the school.

NCAA Board of Directors Brings Back Satellite Football Camps

The NCAA's Division I Board of Directors has rescinded the ban on satellite camps for Bowl Subdivision football teams.

Wisconsin RB Corey Clement Back at Full Speed in Spring Ball

Corey Clement burst through the hole, with one man left to beat in the secondary.

Sports Briefing | College Football: Miami Running Back Mark Walton Is Arrested

Walton was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence and was suspended indefinitely from the team.

Miami Suspends RB Mark Walton After DUI Arrest

Miami running back Mark Walton was arrested Saturday on suspicion of driving under the influence and was suspended indefinitely from the team shortly thereafter.

Satellite Camp Debate Puts Spotlight on New NCAA Governance

The ban on satellite camps in college football needs to clear one more NCAA threshold next week. It is no slam dunk to sail through, and the debate over the camps has put a spotlight on the NCAA's new governance structure that has not been flattering.

Pac-12 Commissioner Says League in Favor of Satellite Camps

Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott says the conference's representative on the NCAA's Division I Council did not vote the league's position when the council banned so-called satellite football camps this month.

Big 12 Spring Football Wrapping Up, Not Talk About Expansion

Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops quickly said he didn't have a stance on the Big 12's discussions about the possibility of league expansion and a conference championship game. TCU's Gary Patterson said those were decisions that would be made at levels above him.

2 Syracuse Football Players Stabbed in Campus Altercation

Two Syracuse football players were stabbed several times in an altercation at the university's south campus, and a former teammate has been charged in the assault.

Hall of Famer Lynn Swann Named Athletic Director at USC

Lynn Swann is the next Southern California football great to get the chance to run the Trojans' athletic department.

N.C.A.A. Approves Moratorium; No New Bowls for 3 Years

The N.C.A.A. is temporarily prohibiting the creation of new bowls after three 5-7 teams were needed to fill the record number of bowls last season.

N.C.A.A. May Act More Forcefully Against Laws Seen as Discriminatory

The N.C.A.A. may soon take a more proactive role in using its power to withhold athletic events, an official said.

A Spotlight on College Football

A look at some of the well-known and not-so-well-known college football traditions on campuses across the country.

A Lineman Has a Personal Triumph in Clemson’s 13-0 Year

Last December, because of injuries and alcohol abuse, Jay Guillermo thought he was through as a football player. Now he is the starting center on the top-ranked Tigers’ rebuilt line.

Alabama Is Rolling in Cash, With Tide Lifting All Boats

Over the past decade, the success of Alabama’s football program has become a powerful engine for the university’s economic and academic growth.

Before Student-Athletes Earn a Penny, a Course in How to Manage Millions

A course by a founding partner of Greyrock Capital Group seeks to teach student-athletes like Cal quarterback Jared Goff how to manage their finances.

Australian Football Becomes a Punting Pipeline for the American Game

Michigan’s Blake O’Neill, whose muffed snap led to a last-second Wolverines loss to Michigan State, is one of a growing number of punters in the United States who developed their technique in Australian rules football.

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