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Miami Hurricanes quarterback transferring to another school

The University of Miami 2019 quarterback race has dwindled by one player. The Miami Herald has learned that Miami quarterback Cade Weldon, who would have been a redshirt sophomore for the 2019 season, is transferring from the university in a mutual decision by Weldon and UM. [Update: UM has confirmed

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And now, Coastal Carolina's FBS era begins in earnest

Bill C's annual preview series of every FBS team in college football continues. Catch up here! The Joe Moglia Story was just missing another win or two. By now, you probably know the structure of the story pretty well: Ivy League assistant quits coaching in the early-1980s, leaves to work for Merrill

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The SEC is proposing a tweak to college football's overtime rules

There have been five seven-overtime games since the NCAA adopted its overtime rules back in 1996. Three of those five happened to be SEC games, and the most recent one happens to be the most recent regular season SEC game — Texas A&M's 71-69 septuple overtime win over LSU in College Station on Thanksgiving

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Pac-12 moving forward with equity sale while also exploring Las Vegas and LA for football title game

The Pac-12 just wrapped up their conference basketball tournament in Las Vegas on Saturday and while the public focus was on hoops for many in the league, the topic of football was still a major bullet point for leaders of all 12 schools during various meetings throughout the week. Not only did the Pac

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SEC presidents vote to keep College Football Playoff at four

March Madness is in full swing across the country and while hoops is at the forefront of college athletics the next few weeks, it's not the only item on the agenda for powerbrokers far and wide. As is usual, conference basketball tournaments also represent a chance for athletic directors and school

Read more: https://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/03/17/sec-presidents-vote-to-keep-college-football-playoff-at-four/?src=rss

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