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Mississippi St.'s Mullen gets extension, raise
Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen has cashed in on one of the best seasons in school history with a contract extension and raise that will pay him an average of $4.275 million per year.
SEC hits LSU with minor recruiting sanctions
LSU says its football program has been penalized by the Southeastern Conference because coaches communicated too frequently with a recruit who had signed a financial aid agreement, but later decided to play elsewhere.
Texas A&M disavows use of WRTS branding
Texas A&M began to separate itself from the hashtag "WRTS" on Thursday as more questions arose about the connection to its top football recruit.
Honduras soccer field to be named after Dooley
Vince Dooley's name finally is being placed on a field -- far away from Georgia's Sanford Stadium.
TCU QB faces surgery on non-throwing wrist
TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin is expected to have a procedure to repair a fractured bone in his non-throwing wrist, coach Gary Patterson told reporters.
Coaches: Illegal man downfield penalty works
Some nationally prominent head coaches think an NCAA Rules Committee proposal to change the illegal man downfield penalty is misguided.
Ineligible Baylor RB sorry, 'I broke the rules'
Ineligible Baylor running back Silas Nacita apologized on Thursday for accepting impermissible benefits.
Kiper: Another loaded WR draft class
Forty WRs (so far) who could be on NFL rosters next season
Sando: How Tampa Bay can bounce back
Buccaneers could turn things around with Winston as No. 1 pick
Seahawks' Carroll to get honorary USC degree
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is going back to Southern California to pick up an honorary degree.