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Should Johnny Manziel Be Suspended by the NCAA? [POLL]

Heisman Trophy Winner and Texas A&M Quarterback Johnny Manziel is currently under investigation by the NCAA for allegedly taking payments for his autograph.

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Maryland will join the Big Ten in 2014.
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Maryland Joins Big Ten and Other College Football Notes

Maryland announced Monday that it was accepting an invitation to join the Big Ten conference. Rutgers is expected to make a similar announcement on Tuesday. So, for those keeping track at home, the Big Ten will have 14 teams, the Big 12 has 10, and San Diego State will be in the Big East. Got it?

Here's more on the Big Ten announcement as well as some other news and notes from around college football:

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NCAA Accepts Texas Tech’s Self-Imposed Penalties

Texas Tech Athletic Director Kirby Hocutt announced Wednesday that the NCAA has accepted the school’s self-imposed penalties after former Red Raider men’s basketball coach Billy Gillispie exceeded limits on practice time last fall

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NCAA moving championships out of New Jersey.
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NCAA Pulling Championships Out of New Jersey Over Gambling

 

The NCAA announced Monday that it would move its future championship events out of New Jersey after the state adopted new rules to allow gambling on sporting events.

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NCAA Hits Central Florida with Postseason Bans

Central Florida became the latest university to be hit by the NCAA with a post-season ban as both the men’s basketball and football program were hit with one year ban’s Tuesday, adding to the penalties the school already had self-imposed.

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NCAA Definition of Sports Agent May Soon Change

The NCAA’s proposal means that financial advisers and third-party runners may soon be regulated by the association, following scandals in 2010.

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Boise State Punished by NCAA for Major Violations

The NCAA has placed Boise State on probation for three years, while imposing other sanctions Tuesday, for major violations by the football program and other sports.

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Fightin’ Sioux Sent Back to the Reservation: North Dakota to Drop Mascot by Year’s End

The NCAA and University of North Dakota have been at odds over the mascot since 2007.

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University of Oklahoma Asks NCAA for Leniency in Regards to Athletics Violations

Oklahoma admitted today that the University committed two major rules violations in its men’s basketball program, and has asked the NCAA for leniency despite this being the schools second serious infractions case in the past five years.

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Texas Tech Head Coach Tommy Tuberville Talks About Big 12 Media Days, Student Academics and the Longhorn Network on Sportsline [AUDIO]

Coach Tuberville joined Jack and EdMooney to discuss what's going on in the off season for the Red Raiders, player eligibility, the Longhorn Network, new NCAA football policies and more on Jack Dale's Sportsline.

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