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College Football Top 25 Weekend Recap – Week Two

While many of this weekend’s games were just tune-ups for showdowns to come, there were several great battles to keep things exciting, including Michigan’s last-second win over Notre Dame, South Carolina’s shootout victory over Georgia and Auburn stuffing Mississippi State at the goal line to win their 17th straight game.

With that, here are the highlights from the top 25 and other games of interest this week:

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2011 NCAA College Football Week Two Preview

As you might expect this time of year, there are not a lot of marquee games and only one matchup between top 25 teams (#3 Alabama vs. #23 Penn State). But there are still a lot of intriguing matchups that will start to tell us who are contenders and who are pretenders. H

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College Football Top 25 Weekend Recap

The college football season is underway. Week one was mostly a humdrum affair, with Notre Dame and TCU suffering the biggest upsets among ranked teams. Here’s a complete look at how the top 25 did:

#1 Oklahoma 47, Tulsa 14

Junior walk-on RB Dominique Whaley rushed for 131 yards and four touchdowns in the top-ranked Sooners’ season opener. Any chance Tulsa had in the game vanished earlier in the week

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NCAA May Soon Allow Student Athletes to Put Cream Cheese on Their Bagels

In an effort to clarify just what is acceptable behavior, the NCAA amended its bylaws in 2009 to allow universities to provide student-athletes with “fruits, nuts and bagels at any time.”

However, the governing body didn’t explicitly state that an institution was allowed to provide cream cheese with their bagels, and so violation-fearing universities were forced to deny their student-athletes the tasty spreed.

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NCAA Tourney Hero Lorenzo Charles Dies In Bus Crash

Lorenzo Charles, whose last-second dunk in the 1983 championship game propelled North Carolina State to unlikely victory, died Monday in a bus crash in West Raleigh, North Carolina. He was 47.

Charles was driving a charter bus when he lost control and slammed into a group of trees. He was the only person on the bus at the time.

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Armando, Our Bracket Busters Grand Prize Winner [Photos]

Armando blasted through our Bracket Busters, and ended up with 3 of the 4 teams in the Final Four, and had Connecticut winning it all! Congratulations to Armando for picking so well during March Madness!

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Weird Bill Walton Interview [AUDIO]

Love him or hate him, former college and NBA great Bill Walton has developed a reputation for speaking his mind.

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5′ 10″ Jacob Tucker Wins NCAA Slam Dunk Tournament [VIDEO]

Last month, a video of a Jacob Tucker pulling off a series of spectacular slam dunks became a viral hit. What made the video so striking is that Tucker, a guard for Division III school Illinois College, is white and under six-feet tall -- both traits that aren't typically associated with the dunk.

The purpose of the video was to convince the public to vote Turner into the NCAA's annual slam dunk contest. The public obliged, and on Thursday night, he justified their decision by winning it.

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NCAA Basketball Tournment Round-Up – Cinderellas In the Final Four

Virginia Commonwealth University and Butler will meet Saturday in the most unlikely Final Four match up in NCAA Tournament history.

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NCAA Basketball Tournament Round-Up – First Four Teams Bound for the Elite Eight

There is one team from last year's NCAA championship game  still alive and it's not the Duke Blue Devils.

Yup Butler, the little-team-that-could from Indianapolis, is at it again, defeating Wisconsin 61-54 and advancing to the Elite Eight, where they'll face Florida Gators.

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