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Washington receiver charged in assault case

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Suspended Washington wide receiver Damore'ea Stringfellow has been charged with two counts of fourth-degree assault and one count of malicious mischief after two incidents in February, the King County Prosecutor's Office announced Thursday.

Playoff council debates recusal policy, rankings

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In 146 days, the college football season begins, the first with a new four-team playoff. How the teams will be selected for the playoff, what selection committee members will be allowed to vote or not vote for which teams and other details are unknown.

Stoops, Brown Address QB Situation After Third Spring Practice

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University of Kentucky football offensive coordinator Neal Brown said after team's third spring practice Wednesday that the No. 1 focus this offseason at every offensive position was"fundamental improvement." After lacing on the shoulder pads for the first time this spring Wednesday morning for a two-hour practice at the Nutter Training Center, Brown and head coach Mark Stoops both said they saw the improvement they were looking for.

Clowney believes he should be No. 1 pick

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South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney says he should be the first player selected in the NFL draft, and on Wednesday he answered several questions for the Houston Texans, the team with that pick.

Recruit's parents relent, let him join Mich. St.

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The recruiting saga of Malik McDowell is over. The No. 5-rated defensive tackle in the Class of 2014 delivered a signed Letter of Intent on Wednesday to Michigan State, the school to which he committed on signing day amid a flurry of confusion.

N'western coach: Focus on team, not union

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Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald says he has made his position pretty clear on the recent union talk surrounding his program, so he was happy to try to move the conversation toward football Tuesday after the Wildcats' spring practice.

Stoops Feels Unique Connection with 2014 Keeneland/Maker's Mark Bottle

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University of Kentucky head football coach Mark Stoops has lived much of his life with a keen awareness of the importance of cardiac care following his father's untimely death at age 54 from a heart attack. So when the coach was selected to be featured on the 2014 Keeneland Maker's Mark bottle with proceeds going to benefit the Gill Heart Institute at UK Healthcare, he found that to be a cause he could fully endorse.

Stanford's Shaw questions union movement

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Stanford coach David Shaw is questioning what's behind the union movement by Northwestern football players, saying everything they are asking for is already being provided by most universities.

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