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5:38 PM ET Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh took a dig Thursday at former Ohio State coach Urban Meyer, who retired last season in the wake of a scandal involving domestic violence allegations against a former assistant. “Urban Meyer’s had a winning record. Really phenomenal record everywhere he’s been,” Harbaugh said on The Athletic’s “The TK
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12:15 AM ET Texas added one of the top in-state prospects to its recruiting class on Monday when ESPN 300 defensive end Vernon Broughton committed to the Longhorns. The No. 79-ranked recruit overall chose Texas over Texas A&M in what Broughton says was a back-and-forth recruitment between the two schools. “The coaches, getting to know
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4:30 PM ET Associated Press More than 50,000 former college athletes next month will begin collecting portions of a $208 million class-action settlement paid by the NCAA in a case that challenged its caps on compensation. Hagens Berman, the law firm representing the plaintiffs in Alston vs. the NCAA, said Wednesday 53,748 FBS football players
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7:06 PM ET ARLINGTON, Texas — Weeks after both Terry Bradshaw and Baker Mayfield took verbal jabs at his starting quarterback, Texas Longhorns coach Tom Herman said Tuesday that he noticed and that his players “file things away.” Speaking at Big 12 media days, Herman called outside criticism of Sam Ehlinger “irrelevant,” but he intimated
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3:21 PM ET Associated Press NEWPORT, R.I. — Schools interested in joining the American Athletic Conference after Connecticut leaves can call commissioner Mike Aresco. The American will not be soliciting applications for membership. Aresco said Tuesday at the American media day that the league is leaning toward not replacing UConn and going forward with 11
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4:25 PM ET Associated Press HOOVER, Ala. — Southeastern Conference commissioner Greg Sankey considers the mental health of athletes an important issue to be considered when it comes to legalized betting on college sports. Sankey opened the league’s media days Monday with plenty to say about sports gambling and continuing efforts to improve football officiating
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4:02 PM ET Former Troy starting quarterback Sawyer Smith is transferring to Kentucky. The 6-foot-3 Florida native played in all 12 games for the Trojans last season and threw for a total of 1,669 yards, 14 touchdowns and six interceptions. Smith only started the final seven games, taking over for injured starter Kaleb Barker, and
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