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1:22 PM ET INDIANAPOLIS — Ohio State coach Ryan Day thinks that while college football’s highest-profile players will have immense earning opportunities through name, image and likeness, there should be consideration to sharing money among other players. Day, speaking Friday at Lucas Oil Stadium, was asked about Alabama coach Nick Saban’s recent comment that Crimson
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10:01 PM ET Heather Dinich Close ESPN Senior Writer College football reporter Joined ESPN.com in 2007 Graduate of Indiana University Mark Schlabach Close ESPN Senior Writer Senior college football writer Author of seven books on college football Graduate of the University of Georgia While Big 12 officials search for answers from Oklahoma and Texas about
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5:21 PM ET HOOVER, Ala. — Auburn quarterback Bo Nix not only backed up the strong words of a teammate directed toward Alabama on Thursday, he doubled down, telling reporters at SEC media days that they don’t fear their in-state rivals. Tony Fair, a graduate transfer from UAB, tweeted last week, “We comin to take
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10:25 AM ET Miami safety Avantae Williams has been suspended by the team after he was arrested Wednesday on domestic violence charges, a university spokesperson told multiple outlets. Williams is facing three counts of aggravated battery of a pregnant victim, according to Miami Dade County records. He is being held on $10,000 bond, according to
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8:59 PM ET CHARLOTTE, N.C. — In the weeks since former Georgia and Miami football coach Mark Richt announced he had Parkinson’s disease, hundreds of former players, coaches, friends and colleagues have reached out to him with messages of love and support. That has not stopped in Charlotte, where Richt is working for ACC Network
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3:33 PM ET Alabama coach Nick Saban hasn’t officially named Bryce Young the Crimson Tide’s starting quarterback, and yet Saban says that Young is already approaching $1 million in endorsement deals. According to reports, Saban told the Texas High School Coaches Association’s convention on Tuesday that Young, a sophomore, is due to make “ungodly numbers.”
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2:22 PM ET HOOVER, Ala. — SEC media days kicked off on Monday with commissioner Greg Sankey announcing that six of the conference’s 14 football teams have reached an 80% mark for vaccinations. “That number needs to grow and grow rapidly,” Sankey said. “We have learned how to manage through a COVID environment, but we
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5:22 PM ET NCAA president Mark Emmert made $2.9 million during the 2019-2020 fiscal year, a time period when pandemic-related closures caused the organization’s revenue to drop by more than 50 percent. The organization brought in $521 million between Sept. 1, 2019 and Aug. 31, 2020, down from more than $1 billion in revenue the
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6:37 PM ET Oklahoma added its second Top 300 prospect in as many days from the Class of 2023 on Sunday when ESPN Junior 300 quarterback Malachi Nelson announced his commitment to the Sooners. Nelson is a 6-foot-3, 180-pound signal-caller from Los Alamitos High School in Los Alamitos, California, and he chose Oklahoma over Alabama,
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5:44 PM ET Two ESPN 300 prospects committed to Clemson on Saturday when cornerback Daylen Everette and safety Keon Sabb both announced they would play for the Tigers. Everette, a 6-foot-0, 175-pound cornerback from IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida, chose the Tigers over Florida State, Georgia, North Carolina and Oregon. He is the No. 48-ranked
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3:53 PM ET In the brave new world of name, image and likeness sponsorships, a Texas A&M fan site has struck a deal to pay two Aggies football players $10,000 each for “exclusive feature interviews” ahead of SEC media days. Running back Isaiah Spiller and safety Demani Richardson each will be featured on TexAgs.com as
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