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Why quarterbacks are the talk of the Big 12

Among the things we learned in the Big 12 this spring: The QB battles at Oklahoma and Texas are ongoing, but West Virginia has found its man.

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Travis Haney

Haney: Inside the Houston, SMU rebuilds

Houston and SMU both have new coaches and new outlooks heading into 2015. Tom Herman and Chad Morris have attacked their first few months on campus in divergent ways.

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Spring game review: Kansas State

Kansas State held its annual Purple-White spring game at Sporting Park in Kansas City on Saturday. Here's a snapshot of what happened.

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Spring game review: West Virginia

Several newcomers were the story in their debuts as West Virginia held its Gold-Blue spring game on Saturday.

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Spring wrap-up: Wisconsin Badgers

Wisconsin's scrimmage marked an end to coach Paul Chryst's first spring in command of the program. Here's a review of the spring in Madison.

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Shane Ray may drop in NFL draft

Kevin Weidl of Scouts Inc. says Shane Ray’s citation for possession of marijuana, combined with his reported toe injury, means Ray could fall in the draft. “I think you were looking at potentially a top-15 pick. I think you’re looking at late-first now, maybe early-second.” Story

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WWII vet scores TD in Kansas alumni game

Bryan Sperry, an 89-year-old World War II veteran who played for the Jayhawks in the 1948 Orange Bowl, still has the moves to evade defenders and rush for a touchdown. Don't believe us? Watch him go

Shane Ray cited for marijuana possession

Missouri DE Shane Ray, who is a projected Top-10 pick in Thursday's NFL draft, was cited for possession of marijuana and a traffic violation early Monday in Missouri.

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UCLA LB rocks the vote!

Student Danny Siegel risked his student government candidacy. He went across the middle and took a hit from Bruins' Myles Jack, who said: "If this guy can take a hit from me, he can definitely be your Gen Rep." Rep rocked!

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ESPN On Snapchat Discover live

Will Jameis Winston be the next Matt Ryan? Check out the top NFL draft prospects and their comparisons to current players in today’s edition of ESPN in Snapchat Discover.

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Jake Trotter @Jake_Trotter

Cummings was wearing no-contact jersey when he was injured, too. Beaty noted the collision was an accident. Still, big blow to the Jayhawks

Jake Trotter @Jake_Trotter

Kansas announces that QB Michael Cummings will undergo surgery after injuring his knee in the spring game.

The first round awaits
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Wisconsin's Melvin Gordon and Michigan State's Trae Waynes, best friends and high school teammates, are poised to be drafted in the first round of Thursday's NFL draft. Kenosha connection

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Prospect Collins failed drug tests at LSU
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Jalen Collins, the No. 5 CB and No. 38 overall draft prospect according to ESPN/Scouts Inc., had "multiple failed" drug tests while in college, per ESPN sources and an NFL Network report.

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Schad on Vols: 'They're bringin' the hype'

Need a college football fix on this spring Sunday? Joe Schad swears Tennessee is ready to take a leap forward, thanks to back-to-back top 5 recruiting classes, QB Josh Dobbs and "an electric set of playmakers."

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Rave reviews for UCLA's Josh Rosen

Our Joe Schad is sold on UCLA freshman QB Josh Rosen coming off the Bruins' spring game: "Josh Rosen is the real deal. ... Andrew Luck-type hype."

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Jeff Borzello @jeffborzello

Nick Noskowiak off the board, five ESPN 100 recruits left: Ingram (3), Jaylen Brown (4), Diallo (7), Tevin Mack (48), Kenny Williams (82).