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Will he or won’t he? Stanford’s Love a game-time decision

CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) In the midst of his Heisman campaign Bryce Love may – or may not – sit this one out. Stanford’s running back tweaked an ankle against Oregon on Oct. 14 and is a game-time decision for the No. 20 Cardinal on Thursday night at Oregon State. Love is the nation’s top running back, averaging 198.1 yards per ...

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No hard feelings: Carrington motivated for return to Oregon

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Utah receiver Darren Carrington said all the right things this week as the Utes prepared to play his former team, Oregon. The graduate transfer predictably said it’s just another game and that he holds no hard feelings against the team that dismissed him in July. But Carrington acknowledged he wasn’t happy with how he was characterized ...

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Campbell’s culture change leads to success for Cyclones

AMES, Iowa (AP) This year – like every year – Iowa State fans scoured the schedule before the season in hopes of finding a path to the six wins needed for bowl eligibility. It’s such exceedingly low expectations that second-year coach Matt Campbell and his players have worked so hard to change – and those efforts have become evident over ...

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No. 3 Georgia meets Florida matchup highlights SEC lineup

Here are some things to watch in Week 9 of the Southeastern Conference football season: GAME OF THE WEEK: No. 3 Georgia vs. Florida at Jacksonville, Florida: Although Georgia’s status as a 14-point favorite makes this matchup look like a relatively easy assignment for the Bulldogs, the history of this rivalry suggests otherwise. Florida has beaten Georgia each of the ...

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Florida Gators coach Jim McElwain says he’s let a few misguided remarks get to him

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Florida coach Jim McElwain will provide details about death threats he said he has received if the situation “becomes unmanageable.” Speaking on the Southeastern Conference coaches call Wednesday, McElwain also said he allowed “one or two misguided remarks” get to him. “Well, I think one of the things for those who know me and people that ...

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College Football Picks: Big games, then playoff rankings

Three days before the first College Football Playoff rankings of the season are released, No. 2 Penn State and No. 6 Ohio State will play a game that could complicate the selection committee’s task down the road – if the Buckeyes win. The Nittany Lions will try to win back-to-back games against ranked Big Ten East rivals in Columbus, Ohio, ...

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