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Hundley indicates he won't return to UCLA
UCLA still has one game remaining in the regular season, but it sounds as if star quarterback Brett Hundley has already decided this will be his final year playing for the Bruins.
Auburn gets WR back, but loses DE for year
Auburn defensive lineman DaVonte Lambert is out for the season after knee surgery.
Pac-12: Replay crew erred in Stanford-Cal
The Pac-12 Conference says its replay crew made two errors during Stanford's 38-17 win at Cal on Saturday.
Stanford's Montgomery ruled out vs. Bruins
Stanford coach David Shaw said Tuesday that standout wide receiver Ty Montgomery would not play Friday against UCLA because of a shoulder injury.
Lawyer: Ex-Gophers QB shouldn't be charged
An attorney for former Minnesota quarterback Philip Nelson says prosecutors don't have enough evidence to justify charges of first-degree assault.
Irish lose DL Jones, S Tranquill for season
Notre Dame's defense is down two more starters for the rest of the season, as defensive lineman Jarron Jones and safety Drue Tranquill both suffered injuries in Saturday's loss to No. 24 Louisville that will keep them sidelined for several months.
MAC reprimands players over no handshake
The Mid-American Conference has reprimanded four Central Michigan football players who refused to shake hands with Western Michigan players during the coin toss.
MEAC suspends 21 following football brawl
The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference has suspended 11 players from Norfolk State and 10 from South Carolina State for a sidelines-clearing brawl late in the schools' football game last Saturday.
Leach's appeal in Texas Tech suit denied
A Texas court has denied an appeal by ex-Texas Tech coach Mike Leach in a lawsuit over his firing.
Meyer's message: OSU better behave vs. U-M
Urban Meyer is expecting better behavior from his Ohio State team, and anybody who gets ejected for fighting this year against rival Michigan could face an even harsher penalty from the Buckeyes coach.