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8:25 PM ET The Big 12 executive committee met with the presidents of Texas and Oklahoma on Sunday amid speculation that the two schools intend to depart for the SEC. Texas’ Jay Hartzell and Oklahoma’s Joe Harroz met via videoconference with the committee, which includes Big 12 Chairman of the Board of Directors and Texas
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8:21 PM ET Arizona State tight end coach Adam Breneman is on paid administrative leave amid an NCAA investigation into possible recruiting violations, the university confirmed to ESPN on Sunday night. The Sun Devils first confirmed that they were under investigation by the NCAA back in June but did not specify what the allegations were
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7:06 PM ET Texas A&M athletic director Ross Bjork says the Aggies will be prepared should the SEC add Texas and Oklahoma, adding that any concern with the potential move was about preserving the collaborative nature of the league. “Regardless of who joins the SEC, whether it’s now in the future, The 12th Man is
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1:22 PM ET INDIANAPOLIS — Ohio State coach Ryan Day thinks that while college football’s highest-profile players will have immense earning opportunities through name, image and likeness, there should be consideration to sharing money among other players. Day, speaking Friday at Lucas Oil Stadium, was asked about Alabama coach Nick Saban’s recent comment that Crimson
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1:24 PM ET As the rest of the powerbrokers in college athletics monitor the unfolding story of Oklahoma and Texas inching closer towards a possible membership in the SEC, new Pac-12 commissioner George Kliavkoff told ESPN on Friday that his conference isn’t actively seeking new members, but they’re open to discussions with potential candidates. “I
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10:19 AM ET Texas and Oklahoma could make their move to the SEC official in a matter of weeks, ESPN has confirmed. The Austin American-Statesman reported Friday that a Big 12 source believed talks between the SEC and the two schools had been ongoing for more than six months, though Texas A&M had been left
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7:02 PM ET Andrea Adelson Close ESPN Senior Writer ACC reporter. Joined ESPN.com in 2010. Graduate of the University of Florida. David M. Hale Close ESPN Staff Writer ACC reporter. Joined ESPN in 2012. Graduate of the University of Delaware. CHARLOTTE, N.C. — ACC commissioner Jim Phillips has made it his goal to make football
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10:01 PM ET Heather Dinich Close ESPN Senior Writer College football reporter Joined ESPN.com in 2007 Graduate of Indiana University Mark Schlabach Close ESPN Senior Writer Senior college football writer Author of seven books on college football Graduate of the University of Georgia While Big 12 officials search for answers from Oklahoma and Texas about
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6:13 PM ET Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said Thursday he’d like to see additional changes made to the college football schedule if the sport plans to expand its playoff. Swinney and North Carolina coach Mack Brown both came out against the proposed 12-team playoff this month after surveying their players for feedback, but after sitting
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3:43 PM ET If Texas and Oklahoma join the SEC, it would break a long-standing “gentlemen’s agreement” between SEC schools that gives conference members “absolute veto power” over the addition of another school from their state, according to a former Texas A&M official. R. Bowen Loftin, who helped steer the Aggies into the SEC in
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6:46 PM ET Washington State coach Nick Rolovich announced Wednesday afternoon that he has chosen not to receive a COVID-19 vaccine and that he will be joining Pac-12 media day remotely on Tuesday. “As the Pac-12 Conference has required that all in-person participants at next week’s Pac-12 Football Media Day be fully vaccinated, I will
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