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Sarkisian: Kessler is still USC's starting QB
Cody Kessler is still Southern California's starting quarterback after holding off a challenge from Max Browne during the Trojans' spring workouts.
NCAA council OKs unlimited meals, snacks
The NCAA's Legislative Council approved a proposal Tuesday to expand the meal allowance for all athletes.
No. 26 prospect Johnson commits to Auburn
ESPN 300 athlete Kerryon Johnson (Madison, Ala./Madison Academy) committed to Auburn on Tuesday.
Administrators: NCAA system must change
A panel of college administrators agree the NCAA business model has to change to survive.
Wrongly fired Mankato coach returning to job
The former football coach at Minnesota State, Mankato said Tuesday that he will return to his old job this week after an arbitrator ruled he was wrongly fired and should be immediately reinstated.
Swinney: QB Stoudt will start for Clemson
Clemson officially will name Cole Stoudt its starting quarterback at a team meeting Monday, coach Dabo Swinney confirmed in a text message to ESPN.com.
Va. State player pleads guilty in QB assault
A Virginia State football player has pleaded guilty to assaulting Winston-Salem State's starting quarterback during a luncheon before their game in November.
Sources: Record 40th bowl set for Orlando
The American Athletic and Sun Belt conferences will participate in a new bowl game in Orlando, Fla., in 2015, sources told ESPN's Brett McMurphy.
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Arkansas St. coaching gig sells for $11,700
Arkansas State sold the rights on Monday to coach its spring game to a bidder who paid $11,700 on eBay.