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Kentucky great 'Wah Wah' Jones dies at 88
Wallace "Wah Wah" Jones, a multisport star who helped Kentucky win the first two of its eight national titles and is considered the school's greatest all-around athlete, has died. He was 88.
OU RB meets with police over alleged assault
Oklahoma freshman running back Joe Mixon met with police investigators Monday regarding assault allegations stemming from an altercation in Norman last week.
NCAA settles concussion suit with $70M fund
The NCAA agreed Tuesday to settle a class-action head-injury lawsuit by creating a $70 million fund to diagnose thousands of current and former athletes to determine if they suffered brain trauma playing football, hockey, soccer and other contact sports.
OK State has APR penalty rescinded by NCAA
The NCAA has lifted Oklahoma State's Academic Progress Rate penalty after school officials discovered the recent graduation of a football player from the 1990s.
Manziel A&M jersey expected to fetch $100K
An auction house believes an autographed, game-used Johnny Manziel jersey it is selling will set the record for the highest price ever paid for a college football jersey.
Oklahoma, Houston to meet in 2016 opener
Oklahoma and Houston will open the 2016 college football season in the Advocare Texas Kickoff at Houston's NRG Stadium, a source told ESPN.com.
Man acquitted in death of EMU football player
A jury on Monday acquitted a man in the robbery-slaying of Eastern Michigan University football player Demarius Reed.
Buckeyes' Miller throwing ahead of schedule
Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller was supposed to ease his way back into throwing the football as he progressed through his rehabilitation from offseason shoulder surgery, picking up a tennis ball first. That lasted just one day.
Giving back: Beadles donates $750K to Utes
Fresh off signing his first NFL free-agent contract, former Utah Utes offensive lineman Zane Beadles is ready to give back.
Fitzgerald: Union push 'unified' Northwestern
Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald believes there is "no more unified program in the country" than his Wildcats after the maturity his team showed handling the attention that came their way because of the push to unionize.