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Parrish Cobb is accused of being the driver in three crimes in the Waco, Tex., area.

Offensive lineman Anthony Herbert had just eaten breakfast after an early-morning workout.

Ducks Coach Willie Taggart issued an apology for the incident, which left three players in fair condition, with one confirmed to be suffering from rhabdomyolysis.

Other college football news

Middle Tennessee hires Scott Shafer as defensive coordinator

Middle Tennessee has hired former Syracuse head coach Scott Shafer as its defensive coordinator.

Weber State extends contract for coach Jay Hill through 2021

Weber State has extended the contract for football coach Jay Hill through the 2021 season, the school announced Thursday.

Rocky Long gets 5-year contract extension from SDSU

San Diego State football coach Rocky Long was at his bank a few days ago when he suddenly had an opportunity to promote the only remaining major football team in town.

With NCAA showing no interest in oversight, players’ medical care is left to schools’ discretion.

The former Maryland coach has done this before.

A Missouri State running back was trying to break up a fight while he was home in Las Vegas on winter break.

The infant, whose due date was in February, shares a name with the Michigan coach's brother John Harbaugh, head coach of the Ravens.

The betting had come in heavily in favor of the underdog Tigers, leading to “as bad as a result as humanly possible” for Vegas.

The Michigan head coach has the drama-filled championship contest cued up on Tivo, so he'll probably get around to watching it at some point.

One of the most versatile players in college football is aiming to make an impact with the pros sooner than later.

The national championship proved so full of goodies that you could spend weeks making room for them in your brain.

Clemson forced Alabama into a shootout in the second half.

'Let’s be legendary,' the Clemson quarterback said before the final drive. And he was.

Despite the objections of many observers, the Tigers gave the officials very little reason to throw a flag on the play that brought them a national title.

The player said he'd taken “a lot of ridicule” for a video that showed him groping an opponent in the national semifinal.

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