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No 5 Wisconsin has balance with Taylor efficient pass game

Running back Jonathan Taylor's production can have a trickle-down effect on Wisconsin's passing game, too. Focus on stopping Taylor and efficient quarterback Alex Hornibrook is capable of making plays through the air. ''When they put enough guys in the box, we can throw it,'' tight end Troy Fumagalli said Monday.

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Arkansas loses All-SEC OL Frank Ragnow to season-ending injury

Arkansas center Frank Ragnow gets ready to snap the ball against Auburn in the first half of an NCAA college football game in Fayetteville, Ark., Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017. One of the best interior linemen in the SEC is out for the remainder of the season. Arkansas coach Bret Bielema announced Monday that Frank Ragnow, a preseason All-SEC selection, suffered a high-ankle sprain in Saturday’s loss to Auburn.

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Texas Tom Herman disappointed by empty seats in DKRs student sections We all need to do better

While Herman knows fans will show if the team wins games, he said there are other factors at play. He wants students to attend games regardless of the team's record, and he said he hopes to give them more reasons to fill the seats. "We've got to do a better job -- I've got to do a better job endearing ourselves to the student body," Herman said. "The marketing and fan engagement and student engagement people need to do better, I need to do better, we all need to do better and the students need to do better."  The Longhorns return home on Nov. 11 for a matchup against Kansas after consecutive road games against Baylor on Oct. 28 and TCU on Nov. 4.

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McElwain Family players getting death threats

Florida football coach Jim McElwain revealed Monday that his family and players have received death threats amid the program's 3-3 start. "There's a lot of hate in this world, and a lot of anger," McElwain told reporters during his weekly news conference in Gainesville. "And yet it's freedom to show it. The hard part is obviously when the threats [are] against your own players, the death threats to your families, the ill will that's brought upon out there." McElwain would not go into detail about the nature of the threats, but he said they are a "testament to what's going on out there nationally." "A lot of angry people," he said. "In this business, we're the ones that you take the shots at.

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