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UNC receives notice of academic fraud allegations

The University of North Carolina said Friday it has received notice from the NCAA regarding allegations of academic fraud committed within the athletic department.

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Golson chooses Florida State

Florida State landed the services of a player who nearly single-handedly beat the Seminoles last year: former Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson.

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College football attendance declines

College football experienced a downturn in attendance last year, with average crowds shrinking by more than 1,000 fans per game at the FBS level.

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College football notebook: Florida QB Mornhinweg transferring

Quarterback Skyler Mornhinweg has decided to transfer to Columbia University, leaving sophomore Treon Harris and redshirt freshman Will Grier as the only two scholarship quarterbacks on the Florida roster.

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Dismissed Duke player Sulaimon headed to Maryland

Guard Rasheed Sulaimon, who was dismissed from the Duke team midway through last season, will join the Maryland squad this fall, Terps coach Mark Turgeon announced on the Maryland website on Monday.

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UAB supporters pledge $6M to reinstate football

The University of Alabama at Birmingham supporters have made almost $6 million in pledges to bring back football to the school.

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CFB notebook: Buckeyes' Meyer undergoes appendectomy

Ohio State coach Urban Meyer had unexpected surgery on Wednesday to remove his appendix.

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Marshall's Steward Butler dismissed after arrest

Marshall University running back Steward Butler rushed for 765 yards on 87 carries with eight touchdowns his sophomore season. His 8.8 yards-per-carry average ranked third nationally.

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Calipari: No more platooning at Kentucky

In a column posted on his personal website Tuesday, Kentucky coach John Calipari wrote that he won't go back to platooning despite the abundance of talent on the Wildcats' roster.

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