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No. 2 FSU rallies to avoid upset at Louisville
Jameis Winston threw three touchdowns to offset a three-interception start and Dalvin Cook had two long scoring runs to help second-ranked Florida State rally for a 42-31 victory over Louisville on Thursday night.
Florida State Survives Against Louisville
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NCAA upholds Gurley's 4-game suspension
The NCAA announced Thursday night that its Division I Student-Athlete Reinstatement Committee has upheld Georgia running back Todd Gurley's four-game suspension, meaning he'll miss the No. 11 Bulldogs' next two games after sitting out the previous two.
Police release emails detailing FSU RB case
Florida State general counsel Carolyn Egan contacted Tallahassee police about social media posts which accused Seminoles running back Karlos Williams of physically assaulting his pregnant ex-girlfriend, according to e-mails released by police on Thursday.
South Carolina LB Moore out against Vols
South Carolina's leading tackler Skai Moore won't play against Tennessee because of an ankle injury.
Former Iowa St. coach Stapleton dies at 93
Iowa State says that former Cyclones football coach and Florida State and Vanderbilt athletic director Clay Stapleton has died.
Plea for Sooner accused of striking woman
Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon reaches a plea deal to avoid going to trial on the misdemeanor charge of acts resulting in gross injury.
Tigers football fixture 'Mr. Mizzou' dies at 86
John Kadlec, the University of Missouri sports icon whose Tigers career spanned more than a half-century as player, coach, administrator and broadcaster, has died. He was 86.
'Improving' Keiser has more surgery, still in ICU
Penn State safety Ryan Keiser underwent additional surgery on Wednesday to repair a bowel injury he suffered in practice last week.
Lawyer's case against FSU's Casher dismissed
The lawsuit against Florida State defensive end Chris Casher that was opened by the attorney who defended him in his school code of conduct hearing has been voluntarily dismissed.