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  • Alabama OL Alphonse Taylor not guilty of DUI charge

    Taylor started all 15 of Alabama’s games in 2015 (Getty). Alabama offensive lineman Alphonse Taylor has been found not guilty regarding his July DUI arrest. Taylor was arrested Sunday, July 17, after he placed a call to police saying he hit a parked car.

    Dr. Saturday
  • Lawyer criticizes Miami's dismissal of LB Jermaine Grace

    SEPTEMBER 19: Tommy Armstrong Jr. #4 of the Nebraska Cornhuskers is pressured by Jermaine Grace #5 of the Miami Hurricanes during a game at Sun Life Stadium on September 19, 2015 in Miami Gardens, Florida. Grace and defensive end Al-Quadin Muhammad were dismissed from the program for a violation of…

    Dr. Saturday
  • USC LB suspended for Alabama game reportedly being investigated for sexual assault

    USC linebacker Osa Masina will not travel to Dallas for the team’s Week 1 game against Alabama after being suspended for a violation of team rules. According to Fox 13 in Salt Lake City, Masina is currently under investigation by Cottonwood Heights (Utah) Police regarding allegations of sexual…

    Dr. Saturday
  • Forde-Yard Dash: Where everyone's optimistic ... for now

    Any arrests, transfers, flunk-outs or NCAA issues you have read about are blown out of proportion. Alabama has recovered from both to reach the College Football Playoff – and won it all last season – but significant emotional distress was visited upon the Tide faithful by the program’s first…

    Pat Forde
  • Decision on Baylor WR Ish Zamora still pending

    Baylor coach Jim Grobe found himself backpedaling Monday afternoon after the Bears depth chart revealed wide receiver Ishmael Zamora was listed on the first team for Friday’s season opening game against Northwestern State. Zamora was filmed earlier this summer kicking and hitting his dog with a…

    Dr. Saturday
  • Wisconsin LB T.J. Edwards to miss LSU game

    A fractured left foot will sideline Wisconsin linebacker T.J. Edwards vs. LSU.

    Dr. Saturday
  • No. 8 Stanford aims to avoid another slow start to season

    After watching his team fall flat in the season opener a year ago, Stanford coach David Shaw decided to change his approach this season. Shaw eliminated one two-a-day practice, cut out two more practices and reduced a few others all in hopes of making sure the eighth-ranked Cardinal are fresher for…

    The Associated Press
  • Notre Dame likely to have 4 arrested players ready for Texas

    SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly says he intends to make four of the five players arrested by state police on marijuana possession charges available to play when the 10th-ranked Fighting Irish open the season at Texas on Sunday.

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  • Roundtable: What surprises are in store for 2016?

    Every week, the Dr. Saturday crew and Yahoo columnist Pat Forde will take a college football-related topic and discuss it in our roundtable. College football is an ever-changing thing and no matter how many predictions we throw out in the beginning of the year, there’s always a curveball that gives…

    Dr. Saturday
  • No more Trill seeking: Kenny Hill prepares as TCU starter

    When Kenny Hill first got to TCU, after a semester away from the big-college atmosphere, he thought his new teammates might have their own idea of ''Kenny Trill'' - his quarterback alter ego who had a dynamic debut succeeding a Heisman Trophy winner at Texas A&M, and also a quick downfall. On…

    The Associated Press
  • Social Hour: Josh Rosen not worried about Texas A&M's 12th Man

    Miss something that happened on Dr. Saturday’s social media presence? Well, we’ve got your roundup right here. Don’t let this happen again. Always be in the know by following Dr. Saturday on Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr.

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  • Former Air Force quarterback Dee Dowis dies in car accident

    As a lanky sophomore in 1987, Dowis began running coach Fisher DeBerry's triple-option offense. Dowis graduated as the academy's career leading rusher and had the highest finish ever for an Air Force player in the Heisman voting. ''Pound for pound, without a doubt, the greatest, most gifted and…

    The Associated Press
  • Florida's Callaway cleared to play in opener vs UMass

    No. 25 Florida will have its top receiver available for Saturday's season opener against UMass. Sophomore Antonio Callaway, suspended much of the spring semester because a fellow student said he sexually assaulted her, has been cleared to play against the Minutemen. Coach Jim McElwain said Callaway…

    The Associated Press
  • Griffin comes out of retirement to lead Ga Tech athletics

    Paul Griffin has come out of retirement to lead Georgia Tech's athletic department through another transition. Griffin took over this week as interim athletic director at a school in a bit turmoil coming off a 3-9 season in football, a coaching change in men's basketball and reports of internal…

    The Associated Press
  • Indian National Team - Stephen Constantine: 'You can count Asians in Europe but not Africans world over'

    Constantine relayed his thoughts on the Puerto Rican team soon to visit India for a friendly, and attributed the rise of African nations to 'populace thinking'....

  • Return of safety Tony Conner big for No. 11 Mississippi

    ''On draft night I watched and it was kind of crazy at first,'' Conner said. Conner's recovery from the torn meniscus in his right knee has been tougher than initially expected. Conner came back for two games in November - against Arkansas and LSU - but it was clear he wasn't the same.

    The Associated Press
  • Charlie Strong won't tip hand on Texas' starting QB until first play vs. No. 10 Notre Dame

    Junior Tyronne Swoopes, ineffective in 2015, and true freshman Shane Buechele are in the running to get the nod against the No. 10 Irish.

    Sporting News