Busch Beer and Venmo have offered to match the contributions, which have reached about $45,000.

The former coach and university agreed to drop competing legal claims on Wednesday.

  • Perspective

The always entertaining ‘Hat’ is fresh off his first big win at downtrodden Kansas after a time away from coaching in which he did some acting and considered entering politics.

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Georgia-Notre Dame showdown highlights SEC schedule

No. 3 Georgia hosts No. 7 Notre Dame, No. 8 Auburn visits No. 17 Texas A&M to headline high-profile weekend on SEC calendar

UNC hosts App State to headline ACC’s Week 4

North Carolina’s rare visit from Appalachian State headlines Week 4 around the Atlantic Coast Conference

No. 11 Michigan’s offense faces tough task vs No. 13 Badgers

No. 11 Michigan visits No. 13 Wisconsin looking to get its offense going against nation’s stingiest defense

The injury further thins an inexperienced group before its next game, against Penn State on Sept. 27.

Terps Coach Michael Locksley, who once worked under Friedgen, has strengthened the school's frayed ties to Friedgen, who won 75 games in 10 seasons as head coach.

Bennett asked to help fund a career development program for current and former Virginia players.

The estimated cost of the project is $196 million. The athletic department has raised about $60 million so far.

  • Analysis

On Saturday afternoon, the Mountain West stood 7-5 against Power Five teams this season, with four such games either underway or about to get underway.

  • Analysis

Taking a look at the highs and lows of college football Saturday.

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The quarterback accounts for six touchdowns and 307 yards of total offense in a 42-10 rout of visiting East Carolina.

The No. 21 Terps, whose offense looked so strong in the season's first two games, failed to convert numerous opportunities in a frustrating 20-17 loss.

The impromptu plan for this week's game came together quickly, thanks to several Bulldogs supporters.

It's not a great day of games on paper, but such days can be full of surprises.

The two ESPN personalities have far different takes on the prospect of college athletes making money of their names and likenesses while maintaining NCAA eligibility.

The state would be come the second to pass a bill allowing college athletes to be paid for their names, images and likenesses.

The No. 17 Knights, who will host Stanford on Saturday, are the current exemplars of the college football tradition of ambitious outsiders.

Longhorns to Tigers: Chill out.

Plenty of schools have incentive programs for students who attend games, but ones who give demerits for early exits are harder to find.

The Cavaliers are ranked 25th and undefeated. The Seminoles, once a national power, narrowly beat Louisiana-Monroe.

The rematch has some similarities to last year, but Maryland has a new coaching staff, a talent infusion and a refreshed atmosphere.

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