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Miami steamrolls fumble-prone Virginia Tech
Duke Johnson ran for 249 yards and scored two touchdowns, and Miami took advantage of Virginia Tech's fumbles on three straight second-half drives in a 30-6 victory Thursday night.
No. 18 East Carolina holds off upstart UConn
Carden helps No. 18 ECU beat UConn, 31-21
Sources: Syracuse to face NCAA Oct. 30-31
Syracuse's men's basketball and football programs are under NCAA investigation for allegations, including providing extra benefits and academic issues, that date back at least 10 years, a source told ESPN's Brett McMurphy.
Chancellor: UNC fraud 'compounded by inaction'
An alarming lack of institutional oversight at the University of North Carolina allowed an academic fraud scandal to run unchecked for nearly two decades and has the school reeling from the scandal's fallout.
Source: Ex-judge to conduct Winston hearing
Retired Florida Supreme Court chief justice Major Harding has been selected to serve as the independent observer who will conduct Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston's upcoming student conduct code hearing, a source close to the situation confirmed.
A&M replaces Ore. with Clemson for 2018-19
Texas A&M has replaced Oregon with Clemson as a high-profile home-and-home opponent for the 2018 and 2019 seasons, the schools announced Thursday night.
Michigan to drop price of student tickets in '15
Athletic director Dave Brandon continued his quest to make amends with the Michigan student body Thursday by announcing a significant drop in student football ticket prices for the 2015 season.
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Northwestern CB White quits due to health
Northwestern cornerback Dwight White has decided to stop playing football.
Judge questions $75M concussion settlement
A federal judge overseeing a first-of-its-kind head injury settlement with the NCAA expressed concerns Thursday about some terms and the scope of the $75 million deal that encompasses all athletes going back decades.