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University of Maryland Doesn’t Want to Pay $50 Million for Leaving ACC

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A North Carolina appeals court is scheduled to hear why the University of Maryland shouldn't have to pay an exit penalty of more than $50 million for leaving the Atlantic Coast Conference.

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College Football 2013: 5 Big Questions for Week 5

After the weakest slate of games of the season, we get back to some better competition this week. Most teams are now entering conference play, and there are three Top 25 matchups on tap. Here is what to watch for in Week 5:

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NCAA to Restore Penn State Football Scholarships

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Penn State officials say they are gratified by the NCAA's decision to gradually restore football scholarships taken from the school following the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal.

President Rodney Erickson called the news particularly welcome to student athletes who want to attend Penn State "and will now have the means to do so."

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UTSA 32, UTEP 13: Miners Talk About Not Being Able to Make Plays

 

The Sun Bowl fireworks just kept coming. Rockets and popcorn flashes and whistles and explosions. Too bad for UTEP that it was only halftime.

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Texas Tech Passing Game Might Destroy Texas State D

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — Kliff Kingsbury has insisted since taking over at Texas Tech that the Red Raiders will score points using whatever opponents give them.

Judging from the numbers, that means there will be plenty of passing when Texas State visits No. 25 Texas Tech on Saturday night.

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College Football 2013: 5 Big Questions for Week 4

This might be the least exciting week of the season, with just one game between Top 25 teams and a bunch of powerhouses-vs.-FCS games on the slate. Still, there are some looming questions that could impact the season going forward. Here is what to watch for this week:

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Listen to College Football Games Online – Find Radio Links for College Football Games

A list of where you can listen to top college football games online including Alabama, Oregon, Texas A&M, UTEP, NMSU, and dozens more.

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OU’s Blake Bell Named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) — Oklahoma quarterback Blake Bell has been named the Big 12 Conference offensive player of the week.

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Is UTEP vs. UTSA the Next Battle of I-10?

Rivalries are a wonderful thing, but it takes two of something to make one; whether you're talking Leonard-Duran, Apple-Google or Army-Navy.

UTEP-New Mexico State? Well...it's an old football rivalry. So old someone might be placing a call to 9-1-1 soon; which says one thing if the call goes to the police, but something completely different when it's to the paramedics.

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Will Johnny Football Roll Over the Crimson Tide?

With the most anticipated college football matchup of the season coming up this Saturday between the number one-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide and the Johnny Manziel-led Texas A&M Aggies, it begs the question, who do you want to win?

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