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The Wolverines star joins Louisville's Lamar Jackson, Clemson's Deshaun Watson, and Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield and Dede Westbrook as finalists.

They've tried it before and it didn't work. Maybe it will this time.

It's not much of an accomplishment to make a bowl game any more. But what's not to like about more viewing options?

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Miami, FIU rekindling their sports relationships

The infamous on-field brawl in 2006 between Miami and FIU’s football teams was over in a couple of minutes. The fallout and often-frosty relationship between the schools has lingered for about a decade.

Southern California wins NCAA women’s soccer title

Katie Johnson scored twice in the final 16 minutes to lead Southern California to a 3-1 victory over top-ranked West Virginia in the NCAA women’s College Cup championship game Sunday at Avaya Stadium.

Canadian-led roster has West Virginia in women’s College Cup

Nikki Izzo-Brown is the only women’s soccer coach West Virginia has ever hired. After 21 seasons, she’s guiding the Mountaineers to the women’s College Cup for the first time.

The Colonials come out flat a day after thrilling victory over South Florida.

Hoyas overcome first-half deficit, get back over .500 to finish off busy stretch.

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COLUMN | Big Ten champion Penn State is left out and has a legitimate beef. Time to fix that.

COUCH SLOUCH | Louisville’s smooth-talker would join fellow college basketball coaches Jim Boeheim, John Calipari and Roy Williams for that dubious honor.

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The news Chris Peterson was so eager to hear? That his team would face, gulp, No. 1 Alabama.

The Crimson Tide is a team of destiny.

Reserve guard finishes with 12 points off the bench in Maryland's latest comeback win.

Bearcats closed out the season with five straight losses and no bowl bid.

The College Football committee selected the same four teams it had in its penultimate rankings, leaving out Big Ten champion.

It would have solved a major dilemma this season and would make too much sense — and money — not to adopt going forward.

Playing well against a tough schedule provides a better case than winning a conference title game.

Before we look ahead to the playoff, let's revisit the top story lines of the regular season.

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