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After facing leg amputation, Oregon TE continues 'miracle' comeback

Pharaoh Brown almost lost part of his leg following a horrific injury a year and a half ago. But he was back on the field for the Ducks' spring game and is eyeing big things in the fall.

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Oregon to sport special unis for spring game

The Ducks will sport two different uniforms, both honoring the 100th anniversary of Oregon's first Rose Bowl team, in their spring scrimmage Saturday.

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Why Desmond King chose Iowa over the NFL

It took 15 minutes for Desmond King to decide he couldn't leave Iowa for the NFL. It's what his brother would have wanted, and family comes first. Plus, he promised his mom a yellow rose.

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Ride-along with Nick Saban to the NFL draft (2:48)
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Ezekiel Elliott brings the cut off shirt to the red carpet (0:22)
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Does college football need a commissioner?

College football's efforts to tackle big issues have made Congress look cohesive. With frustration levels at new highs, we explore whether it's time for a commish and offer a list of candidates.

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Son of Ray Lewis charged with sexual assault

Coastal Carolina player Ray Anthony Lewis III was arrested for criminal sexual misconduct and released on a $10,000 bond Friday morning, after being accused of assaulting an 18-year-old woman.

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Which CFB team has the brightest QB future?

How well-stocked are programs at QB? Evaluating current depth charts and recruiting and development efforts, here are the teams with the strongest outlook over a three-year period.

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NFL draft could be record-setting recruiting tool for Ohio State

With Roger Goodell saying "The Ohio State University" as many as six times, Urban Meyer on hand congratulating his former players, and a new Ohio State football Twitter account documenting it all, recruits can't help but notice the Buckeyes.

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2016 Big 12 recruiting draft: Round 1

Here is the first round of our recruiting draft, which grants the bottom of the league first dibs on any Big 12 recruit who signed in 2016.

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Astronomical expectations for Clemson in 2016 (1:52)
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College football's elder statesman isn't going anywhere

At nearly 77, Bill Snyder is college football's oldest coach and his legacy is intact. But fueled by his sharp mind, his love for coaching at Kansas State and the occasional, late-night Taco Bell run, he isn't planning on going anywhere.

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Buckeyes, Tide top first 2017 class rankings (2:14)
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How does Iowa follow up successful 2015 season? (1:58)
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Which CFB team has the brightest QB future?

How well-stocked are programs at QB? Evaluating current depth charts and recruiting and development efforts, here are the teams with the strongest outlook over a three-year period.

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Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Former Duke WR Max McCaffrey - son of former Broncos WR Ed and brother of Stanford RB Christian - is signing with the Raiders, per source.

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2 things that 6th Round OC Joey Hunt can do very well: -Shotgun snap -Communicate Think of a shorter, squattier Max Unger #FBIQ

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Lions drafted Baylor LS Jimmy Landes, who snapped a ball into a trash can from the top of the stadium. (via BUFootball/Twitter)

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The Lions have now taken four players from the Big Ten: Taylor Decker, Jake Rudock, Graham Glasgow and Anthony Zettel.

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Cowboys and Lions only teams that hadn't drafted a QB since 2010 - until today. Lions took UM''s Jake Rudock in Rd 6, Cowboys Prescott in 4.

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Ravens select Keenan Reynolds for the 182nd overall pick of the draft. Reynolds: FBS career leader in rush TD (88) and total TD (88)