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Chryst returns to Wisconsin as head coach
Paul Chryst is coming home to coach Wisconsin.
Source: Ducks CB Ekpre-Olomu out for year
Oregon star cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu suffered a severe knee injury during the Ducks' practice Tuesday and will miss the rest of the season, a source confirmed to ESPN.
Pelini's rant on AD fuels Nebraska response
Bo Pelini was introduced as Youngstown State's new coach Wednesday, but his departure from Nebraska continues to overshadow his Ohio homecoming.
Kentucky hires WVU's Dawson, source says
Kentucky will hire West Virginia's Shannon Dawson as its new offensive coordinator, a source told ESPN.com on Wednesday night.
AD Luck exits WVU for new job as NCAA VP
West Virginia athletic director Oliver Luck is joining the NCAA as executive vice president of regulatory affairs and will report directly to NCAA president Mark Emmert, it was announced Wednesday.
Pitt, AD Pederson reach agreement to part ways
Steve Pederson deftly guided Pittsburgh through conference realignment from the crumbling Big East to the rebuilt ACC. The longtime athletic director could never find stability for the football program.
49ers' Harbaugh 'considering' Michigan job
Multiple NFL and Michigan sources had said for weeks that Jim Harbaugh was not expected to wind up at Michigan, but in recent days at least one person familiar with his thinking said he was at least "considering it," a source told ESPN's
Aggies add WR Kirk to loaded recruiting class
The suspense lasted all the way until the end for ESPN 300 wide receiver Christian Kirk, who made the announcement on Wednesday that he will attend Texas A&M.
Georgia LB Floyd (shoulder) out for bowl game
Georgia will be without linebacker Leonard Floyd when it takes on Louisville in the Belk Bowl later this month.
QB Cook: 'Unfinished business' with Spartans
Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook says he has "unfinished business" that he would like to take care of and indicated he plans to be back with the Spartans as a senior.