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Source: Pitt eyes Narduzzi to replace Chryst
Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi has emerged as a focus of Pittsburgh's head coach search, according to a source.
Average Joes among Badgers' 46 applicants
People citing video game expertise were among the 46 applicants for Wisconsin head coaching job.
Winston defined 'consent', transcript shows
According to a transcript obtained Monday by ESPN, Jameis Winston did answer questions from the retired judge overseeing the Florida State quarterback's student code of conduct hearing for an alleged sexual assault in 2012.
Sources: Georgia OC to coach Colorado St.
Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo has been named the head coach at Colorado State, sources told ESPN's Joe Schad.
Memphis clips BYU in 2OT win capped by brawl
Paxton Lynch accounted for seven touchdowns including a scoring pass to Roderick Proctor in the second overtime, Jake Elliott made a 55-yard field goal to force that extra session and Memphis topped BYU 55-48 in the inaugural Miami Beach Bowl on Monday.
Arizona State WR Strong declares for draft
Arizona State wide receiver Jaelen Strong will forgo his final year of college eligibility and enter the NFL draft, the school announced Monday.
Former BC tight end avoids jail time in plea
Former Boston College tight end C.J. Parsons pleaded guilty Monday to four charges stemming from an assault on a homeless man in Boston in January, avoiding jail time.
Report: Hokies, DC Foster agree to 5-year deal
Virginia Tech defensive coordinator Bud Foster has signed a five-year contract to remain with the Hokies, a person familiar with the deal told The Associated Press on Monday.
Lawyer: Video shows QB Kelly not aggressor
Mississippi football signee Chad Kelly's lawyer tells The Associated Press he has video evidence that shows his client was not the aggressor in a fight at a downtown Buffalo nightclub.
Source: Campbell, Toledo agree to new deal
Matt Campbell has agreed to a new contract with the Toledo Rockets through the 2020 season, a source told ESPN on Monday.