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8:31 PM ET Associated Press AUBURN, Ala. — Gus Malzahn said all four of his quarterbacks made some big plays in the spring game. A more detailed public assessment, and any comment on the pecking order, will just have to wait. “We’ve got quite a few of them we feel like can move the offense,”
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10:16 PM ET When Michigan defensive end Aidan Hutchinson saw that new Ohio State co-defensive coordinator Greg Mattison called the Wolverines “the team up north,” he took it personally. The sophomore defensive end tweeted a snake emoji, implying that his former defensive line coach had betrayed him and the Wolverines defense. Hutchinson explained his emotions
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5:25 PM ET TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Alabama Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban told reporters on Saturday that he has been dealing with a hip issue that will need to be evaluated by doctors and could require as much as 6-8 weeks of recovery. “It’s been a little bothersome,” Saban said following the end of Alabama’s
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4:04 PM ET COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio State head coach Ryan Day isn’t ready to name a starting quarterback after spending his first spring with a pair of young contenders for the job. Sophomore transfer Justin Fields and redshirt freshman Matthew Baldwin split time with the first-string offense during the Buckeyes’ spring game on Saturday.
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2:04 PM ET COLUMBUS, Ohio — Rings for the Big Ten and Rose Bowl championships weren’t the only bling on the field for the Ohio State Buckeyes during their spring game Saturday. Punter Drue Chrisman showed up with plans to give as well as receive, presenting an engagement ring to his girlfriend during an on-field
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12:04 AM ET NORMAN, Okla. — In his public debut as a Sooner, quarterback Jalen Hurts seemed to be collected and in command during Oklahoma‘s spring game Friday night. The Alabama transfer seemed to be having a little more fun, too. Immediately after a 1-yard touchdown run on his final drive, Hurts ordered his offense
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1:56 PM ET Purdue has finalized a new seven-year, $36.8 million contract for coach Jeff Brohm. Purdue’s board of trustees on Friday approved the agreement, which includes a $1.7 million signing bonus spread over the next two years. Brohm, 47, is 13-13 with two bowl appearances at Purdue and opted to remain with the Boilermakers
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