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Tua Tagovailoa back in Alabama for more hip injury tests

Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was eliminated during the second quarter of Saturday's game against Mississippi State with a hip injury. He was moved back to Birmingham for CAT scans and MRI. Tagovailoa was injured with three minutes left for halftime when he was brought down by two Bulldogs defenders while scrolling left on a third down play. He got a …

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Colin Kaepernick's Atlanta Workout Gets Underway Live in a New Place

13:48 PT – Training is broadcast live and Colin is currently warming up on the football field. He wears a black shirt that reads "KUNTA KINTE" and stops taking photos and saying hello to the fans on a regular basis. 1:39 PM PT – When Colin's training began, we learned interesting info about why the venue was changed in the …

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Florida vs. Missouri points, highlights: Gators' defense chokes Tigers in thorough victory

No. 11 Florida jumped in front of Missouri with two touchdowns for the third quarter and rode a strong defensive performance from Todd Grantham's drive to a 23-6 victory at Memorial Stadium on Saturday. Gators quarterback Kyle Trask completed 23-of-35 passes for 282 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions, serving as the offensive spark after halftime after two blocks …

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ESPN's Josina Anderson apologizes for Mason Rudolph-Myles Garrett's tweet

ESPN reporter Josina Anderson apologizes Saturday for her tweet punishing Mason Rudolph for allegedly seizing Myles Garrett's "private parts" during the Browns-Steelers brawl Thursday night. "What word would be used to describe this if an NFL player grabbed a woman's private parts in a non-consensual manner? Pause," she wrote in the then deleted tweet following Brown's 21-7 victory over the …

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Michigan vs. Michigan State points: Live game updates, highlights, college football results, full coverage

After starting slow, No. 15 Michigan seems to have taken control of Michigan State in Ann Arbor, Michigan when the Wolverines took a 17-7 lead over the Spartans at halftime. Michigan State struck first in the first quarter after Michigan failed to convert on a fourth-and-two at midfield and the Spartans drove down the field for a touchdown. It's been …

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Buckeyes add new look, wrinkles to expand offensive playlist

COLUMBUS – Ryan Day was able to spend hours on the whiteboard in the Ohio State coaches room and draft dozens of plays. With his offensive expertise, imagination, a staff full of assistants with great ideas and an absolutely loaded list, Buckeyes coach could easily make his playlist as meaty as he wanted. But there is a difference between having …

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