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The Division II football championship game is leaving Alabama after 28 years.
WR Copeland no longer on NC State roster
North Carolina State says receiver Travares Copeland is no longer on the team.
Four QBs, two RBs named Heisman finalists
Four quarterbacks and two running backs were named Heisman Trophy finalists Monday.
Michigan's Gardner (turf toe) expected for bowl
Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner will miss practice this week at least until Thursday with a turf toe injury.
FSU boosters top 34K BCS ticket requests
Florida State says it received more than 34,000 ticket requests from boosters for the VIZIO BCS National Championship.
Police: Slain EMU player targeted for clothes
Police say an Eastern Michigan University football player killed during a possible robbery may have been targeted because he had on expensive-looking clothing.
Wake Forest hires coach Clawson of BGSU
Wake Forest has announced that Bowling Green's Dave Clawson has agreed to become the Demon Deacons' next football coach.
Michigan St.'s Narduzzi wins Broyles Award
Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi won the annual Broyles Award given to the top college assistant coach.
NCAA hits SE Louisiana for eligibility issues
The NCAA is penalizing Southeastern Louisiana for a lack of institutional control after 137 athletes over five years were allowed to compete in sports while academically ineligible.
Okla. St. to discipline cheerleader over gaffe
Oklahoma State says it will discipline a cheerleader who extended a foot as an Oklahoma player celebrated the game-ending touchdown in last week's Bedlam matchup.
Frazier, Testaverde inducted in college HOF
Tommie Frazier waited a couple of years longer than many Nebraska fans felt was appropriate to get into the College Football Hall of Fame.
Clowney gets ticket for driving 110 in S.C.
Troopers say South Carolina star defensive end Jadeveon Clowney was ticketed for going 110 mph in a 70 mph zone on a South Carolina interstate.
Ducks suspend TE Brown for snowball fight
Oregon has suspended starting tight end Pharaoh Brown for the Valero Alamo Bowl, the Oregon Emerald reported, for his role in a snowball fight
Pitt DT Donald wins Bronko Nagurski award
Aaron Donald called it the perfect birthday present for his father.
Iowa tackle Scherff to return for senior year
Iowa left tackle Brandon Scherff says he's staying with the Hawkeyes for his senior season.
Boise State interviews Falcons OC Koetter
Atlanta offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter has talked to Boise State about its head coaching position, head coach Mike Smith confirmed Monday.
Huskies' Petersen: Time for new challenge
Chris Petersen said it was simply a gut feeling that it was time to take on a new challenge by leaving Boise State for Washington.
Credit union offers Mich. St. Rose Bowl loan
Just in case current and former students didn't have enough debt to deal with after their college days are over, a zealous Michigan State Spartans fan might be tacking some more money onto his or her loan balance soon.
Fires, arrests blemish Spartan celebrations
East Lansing police say at least 15 people were arrested during a rowdy celebration of Michigan State's victory over Ohio State in the Big Ten championship game.
Florida St., Auburn set for BCS title game
No. 1 Florida State and No. 2 Auburn will play in the VIZIO BCS National Championship, according to sources.
Non-BCS bowls: Mizzou-Okla. St., Wis.-S.C.
Notre Dame will face Rutgers Dec. 28 in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium.
Sugar: Bama faces Sooners in rare meeting
Alabama heads to the Sugar Bowl facing the same kind of challenge it encountered the last time the Crimson Tide played in this game.
Texas' Brown buyout lower than many others
If the Texas Longhorns decide to part ways with Mack Brown in the next year, the university won't be taking a huge financial hit as compared to other recent buyouts in the college football coaching world.
Orange consolation prize for OSU, Clemson
The Bowl Championship Series came calling once again for Ohio State, albeit not the game the Buckeyes wanted.
Stanford, Michigan State in 100th Rose Bowl
Michigan State and Stanford have been selected to ring in the Rose Bowl's centennial.
Fiesta: First BCS game for both Baylor, UCF
The Baylor Bears had been the perennial patsies of the Big 12, stringing together 14 straight losing seasons following the demise of the Southwest Conference in 1996.
Bama's Clinton-Dix (knee) expected to play
Alabama Crimson Tide starting safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix had an operation on his knee following the team's regular-season finale at Auburn but should be ready to practice again within the next two weeks, according to coach Nick Saban.
FSU finishes regular season No. 1 in AP poll
Florida State finished the regular season as No. 1 in The Associated Press college football poll, and Auburn has reached No. 2.
Wyoming hires North Dakota St. coach Bohl
North Dakota State head football coach Craig Bohl says he's taken the program as far as he can and it's time for someone else to take over the helm of the two-time Football Championship Subdivision winners.
UCLA LB Barr awarded Lott IMPACT Trophy
UCLA linebacker Anthony Barr has won the Lott IMPACT Trophy as the collegiate defensive player having the biggest influence on his team.
Rutgers fires defensive coordinator, 2 more
Rutgers has fired defensive coordinator Dave Cohen, quarterbacks coach Rob Spence and offensive line coach Damian Wroblewski.
Irish's Nix selects agent, will enter NFL draft
Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly says nose guard Louis Nix III has signed with an agent and will forgo his final year of eligibility to enter the NFL draft, where he is projected by many to be a first-round draft pick.
Source: FSU gives Fisher new 5-year deal
Coach Jimbo Fisher has agreed to a new five-year, $21 million deal with the Florida State Seminoles, a source told ESPN's Joe Schad.
Rattled? Sooners oblivious to earthquake
Oklahoma players say they were unaware of an earthquake that happened during the second quarter of the No. 18 Sooners' 33-24 victory over Oklahoma State.
Kansas hires Rice's Reagan to run offense
John Reagan will take over as the Kansas Jayhawks' offensive coordinator and offensive line coach after helping the Owls beat Marshall 41-24 for the Conference USA championship Saturday.
Hurricanes get in first bowl practice since 2010
It had been 1,082 days since Miami players could walk outside their locker room, hit the fields adjacent to the school's athletic complex and have a bowl practice.
Source: OU's Knight separates shoulder
Oklahoma quarterback Trevor Knight suffered a separated left shoulder -- his non-throwing shoulder -- during the Sooners' 33-24 victory against Oklahoma State on Saturday, a source told ESPN.com.
Auburn coach Malzahn gets raise, extension
Auburn didn't bother waiting until after the Southeastern Conference championship game to give football coach Gus Malzahn a new six-year contract worth $3.85 million annually.
UConn to begin interviewing for coach Sunday
Connecticut athletic director Warde Manuel says face-to-face interviews for a new football coach will begin Sunday.