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Coroner’s report: OSU’s Kosta Karageorge didn’t have CTE

A coroner’s report has shed a little light on the tragedy that befell the Ohio State football team on its way to the national championship last season. According to the report, the pathologist who studied the brain of Kosta Karageorge determined that the walk-on did not suffer from chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). There was, though,…

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Daxx Garman has until Monday to make transfer decision

It appears that Mike Gundy is telling one of his undecided players to either split or get off the pot. Late last month, speculation began swirling that Daxx Garman had quit the Oklahoma State football team and was going to transfer from the Cowboys.  OSU officials declined to address Garman’s status moving forward, saying only…

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Oversight panel tables controversial downfield rule

It appears that the rallying has paid off. Friday afternoon, the NCAA announced that its Playing Rules Oversight Panel has tabled a proposed rule that would have adjusted the ineligible receiver downfield rule from 3 yards to 1 yard on Thursday. The NCAA Football Rules Committee had passed the new rule last month. Coaches such…

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Two Duke players suspended ‘from game competition’

A pair of Duke football players have found themselves on the wrong end of punitive measures, the school announced Friday. In a release, the Blue Devils revealed that both wide receiver Terrence Alls (pictured) and defensive back T.J. Douglas have been suspended from game competition. The release states that “[t]he suspension is indefinite in length until…

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‘Cuse hoops hammered, but football gets by with NCAA wrist slap

While not so much for the men’s basketball program, it was, all things considered, a relatively good day for the Syracuse football team. In a press release Friday, the NCAA announced that “[o]ver the course of a decade, Syracuse University did not control and monitor its athletics programs, and its head men’s basketball coach failed to…

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Starting USC LB Anthony Sarao out for rest of spring

The bad news for USC is that one of its starters on the defensive side of the ball is sidelined because of injury.  The good news?  It shouldn’t have any impact on his availability for the upcoming season. Thursday, head coach Steve Sarkisian confirmed that Anthony Sarao will miss the remainder of spring practice due…

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Four-star 2014 LB exiting FSU, entering JUCO

One of the more talented defensive pieces of Florida State’s 2014 recruiting class has decided a change of scenery is in order.  “Probably.” On Instagram Thursday, Kain Daub announced that he will be transferring to East Mississippi Community College.  When asked about the linebacker’s status, head coach Jimbo Fisher stated that Daub will “probably transfer” from…

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USC’s Adoree Jackson working on offense and defense this spring

First it was Stanford’s Owen Marecic. Then UCLA’s Myles Jack and Washington’s Shaq Thompson. Now it may be USC sophomore Adoree Jackson‘s turn to become the Pac-12’s next two-way star. To be clear, working on both sides of the ball isn’t new to Jackson. He did it in his first game, in fact. In all, Jackson saw action as a cornerback,…

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Oklahoma LB Dominique Alexander to miss spring ball following wrist surgery

The Oklahoma defense that takes the field in next month’s spring game will look much different than the one that was torn apart by Clemson in the Russell Athletic Bowl. Defensive line coach Jerry Montgomery is gone for the NFL, replaced by Stanford’s Diron Reynolds. Kerry Cooks now coaches the defensive backs, and Mike Stoops may coach from the box. But…

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Report: Pac-12 could soon be way behind SEC, Big Ten TV money again

Remember back in 2011 when the Pac-12 announced new TV deals with ESPN and Fox along with the creation of Pac-12 Enterprises and it seemed like the balance of power was going to shift out West? In the world of television contracts, four years is a lifetime. Jon Wilner of the San Jose Mercury-News, the man who…

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