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Phillip Fulmer, who took over as athletic director at Tennessee in December, has received a new four-year deal, it was announced Thursday. The university said the deal is worth $900,000 per year, and Fulmer will receive an additional $100,000 retention bonus for each year he remains in the role. There also are additional incentive opportunities.
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Florida senior defensive end/outside linebacker Cece Jefferson is expected to be out a few months after undergoing shoulder surgery earlier this week, a source close to the program confirmed to ESPN on Wednesday. The Gainesville Sun first reported Jefferson’s surgery, with a source telling the newspaper that it was a “significant” procedure. According to the
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Tallahassee police conducted surveillance on Florida State quarterback Deondre Francois for two months, operating on a tip that he was selling marijuana, the Orlando Sentinel reported. A raid of the player’s apartment on Thursday yielded less than an ounce of marijuana. Francois, who is recuperating from a torn patellar tendon in his left knee, was
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University of Michigan police are investigating threatening tweets that tagged head football coach Jim Harbaugh, a department spokesperson confirmed Tuesday afternoon. Police were made aware of a string of Twitter posts Monday night from one account that mentioned Michigan’s open carry law for firearms as well as “calling the morgue.” Harbaugh’s Twitter handle was tagged
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EDMOND, Okla. — A former University of Oklahoma football player who now plays in the Canadian Football League has been arrested for allegedly assaulting an Oklahoma police officer. Oklahoma County Jail records indicate Roy Finch, 26, was arrested on Sunday for assault on a police officer, possession of marijuana and other charges. Records indicate Finch
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LOS ANGELES — After fighting in court for nearly seven years, former Southern California assistant football coach Todd McNair’s defamation trial against the NCAA will begin today in Los Angeles County Superior Court. McNair’s lawsuit, which includes claims for libel, slander, breach of contract, negligence and tortious interference, came in response to NCAA-levied sanctions against
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COLLEGE STATION, Texas — A Texas A&M spring football game record crowd turned out to usher in the unofficial on-field start of the Jimbo Fisher era. The Aggies and their new coach provided observers their first glance of what’s ahead after Fisher’s highly publicized offseason move to A&M from Florida State at Saturday’s annual Maroon
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COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio State fan favorite Ryan Shazier visited the spring game Saturday and stood without assistance to cheers from the crowd at his alma mater. The Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker is recovering from a devastating spinal injury suffered in a Dec. 4 game against the Bengals. Former Ohio State Buckeye and current Steelers’ linebacker
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