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What we learned from spring games

A full slate of Saturday spring games featured Ohio State wowing a record crowd, QBs making big plays at Notre Dame and Auburn, and much, much more.

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Attorney: New NCAA head-injury deal just as bad

An attorney says a reworked settlement with the NCAA over concussions is just as bad as the original because thousands of brain-damaged former athletes still won't get just compensation.

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Rice, Pac-12 commish: Four right number for CFP

ollege Football Playoff selection committee member Condoleezza Rice and Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott agreed Wednesday that no expansion is needed for the playoff.

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Haney: First-time coaches worth monitoring

Earlier in the week, we unveiled the top coaches under 50. The following three coaches are likely to land there in the future, but they're just getting started.

Spring Football With Ohio State Videos

Ezekiel Elliott All Access (2:12)

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UNC's defense won't be an easy fix

Is it possible for a coach to turn a defense that allowed more than 6.5 yards per play in 2014 into a passable unit? That's Gene Chizik's task at UNC.

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Jake Brendel keeps UCLA's line moving

With UCLA offensive line coach Adrian Klemm suspended, senior center Jake Brendel has become the Bruins' de-facto offensive line coach.

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Jeremy Johnson takes charge at Auburn

Quarterback is a vocal leader who is excited about the possibilities for the Tigers' passing game this season.

NFL Draft Videos

'Draft Academy': Melvin Gordon (1:03)

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Pick a QB, any QB

Ohio State coach Urban Meyer wasn't happy with his team's performance in its spring game Saturday, but it's tough to feel too bad for him with the slate of QBs he has to choose from on the roster.

Buckeyes set spring game record

More than 99,000 fans packed The Horseshoe to see Ohio State's spring game, where Cardale Jones was the only one of OSU's 3 star QBs to throw.

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Hill: NFL stuck in 'familiar pattern'

A civil suit against Jameis Winston won't stop him from being a top pick in the NFL draft, which Jemele Hill calls "awkward at the very least." "The NFL always has, and always will be, in the business of production, talent and entertainment and the higher you excel in those three areas the more excuses and rationalizations will be made."

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Tom VanHaaren @TomVH

Really interested to see Maryland commit Keandre Jones out here. Said he ran a 4.64, a lot of talk about him athletically.