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Big 12 Invites TCU, Waits to See If Missouri Will Head to SEC

Big 12 officials voted Thursday to invite Texas Christian University to be the league’s tenth team next year, replacing Texas A&M when they move to the SEC.

The Horned Frogs are playing their last year in the Mountain West, and had prepared to move to the Big East next year, but TCU sources say they only need to finalize a few details and expect to announce their plans to join the Big 12 soon.

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2011 NCAA College Football – Week Six Preview

Week six is here in the college football season, and we’ve got another slate of great games this week, highlighted by the Red River Rivalry in Dallas, a pair of ranked-team matchups in the SEC and some very important conference games.  Here are the highlights for this week’s top 25 teams.

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Three Ohio State Players Suspended After New NCAA Violations

Three suspended Ohio State football players, expecting to be reinstated in time for this week’s game at Nebraska, will instead miss the key Big Ten contest after the university extended their suspensions on Monday for additional NCAA infractions.

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QB Andrew Luck Takes Over Play-Calling Duties for Stanford

Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck has heard of lot of comparisons to Peyton Manning during his time under center for the Cardinal. But now he has another fact in common with the Colts’ injured superstar that is rare in the NFL and almost unheard of in college. Like Manning, Luck is now calling his own plays.

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NCAA College Football – Week Five Recap

The top seven ranked teams asserted their dominance in week five as each rolled to convincing victories. Meanwhile eight ranked teams suffered losses as the list of undefeated teams was trimmed.

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2011 NCAA College Football – Week Five Preview

Great games across the country this weekend, including some important conference showdowns, a handful of top 25 match-ups and games with national title and Heisman Trophy implications. Here’s a rundown of this week’s action in the top 25.

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New Mexico Coach Mike Locksley Fired After Latest Loss, Off-Field Incident

Mike Locksley, whose 33 months as New Mexico’s head coach have been marked by failures both on and off the field, became the first coach to be fired in 2011 after another off-field incident and another embarrassing loss.

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Minnesota Coach Jerry Kill Hospitalized with Seizures Again

Minnesota Gophers head coach Jerry Kill checked himself into the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN on Sunday for testing and treatment of multiple seizures he has experienced in recent weeks.

Kill suffered a seizure and collapsed late in the Gophers’ loss to New Mexico State earlier this season. He returned to the sideline the following week, but recently admitted that he has suffered 20 subsequent seizures since that time.

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2011 NCAA College Football – Week Three Preview

This week, things start getting interesting in college football with a handful of conference games, a couple of contests between ranked teams and, arguably, the non-conference game of the year under the lights in Tallahassee. Here are the highlights for the Top 25:

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NCAA Places Boise State on Three Years’ Probation

The Boise State football program has been placed on three years’ probation and stripped of nine scholarships (three each for the next three years) after being hit with NCAA sanctions for repeated rules violations regarding extra benefits for recruits and players.

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