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Wife believes Sandusky 'definitely' innocent
The wife of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky says she "definitely" believes her husband is innocent despite his conviction of the sexual abuse of 10 boys.
Vandy hires Utah St.'s Maile as D-line coach
Vanderbilt has hired Frank Maile as defensive line coach to fill a position that opened up when Vavae Tata pleaded guilty to a charge of drunk driving.
Florida banged up entering spring practice
Florida head coach Will Muschamp on Tuesday said the Gators will open spring practice on March 19 with nine players out due to injury, including three starters.
Ex-Iowa player sues over 'rhabdo' injuries
One of 13 University of Iowa football players who were hospitalized after a high-intensity workout three years ago says his injuries were preventable but caused lasting harm, outlining his claims in the first lawsuit to stem from the incident.
Miami's Knighton out of hospital after falling ill
Miami offensive lineman Hunter Knighton is out of the hospital after falling ill during a workout last month.
Stanford hires Texas' Akina as secondary coach
Stanford Cardinal has completed its coaching staff with the hiring of former Texas Longhorns assistant Duane Akina as secondary coach, a source confirmed.
Stanford's Shaw opposed to early signing day
If the NCAA moves forward with an early signing period in college football, it will be staunchly opposed by Stanford coach David Shaw.
Former Vols coach Majors in stable condition
Former Tennessee football star and coach Johnny Majors is in stable condition at the University of Tennessee Medical Center after a heart valve procedure.
Nebraska, Pelini agree to one-year extension
Nebraska coach Bo Pelini has agreed to a one-year contract extension, keeping the deal at five years through the 2018 season, a school spokeswoman said on Friday.
NCAA considering football early signing period
College football is taking steps toward an early signing period, according to the NCAA official who manages the National Letter-of-Intent program.