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Iowa DB Brandon Snyder arrested for drunk driving

Iowa defensive back Brandon Snyder missed most of the 2017 season with a torn ACL. Iowa defensive back Brandon Snyder was arrested over the weekend for driving under the influence. Snyder, 22, was arrested at 3:04 a.m. Sunday morning and charged with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, a misdemeanor.

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Greg Schiano was one signature away from officially becoming Tennessees head coach

Greg Schiano signed a memorandum of understanding to be the head coach at Tennessee, but the deal fell apart. If his agreement to become the head coach at Tennessee came to fruition, Greg Schiano was in for a significant raise. Schiano, the defensive coordinator at Ohio State, signed a memorandum of understanding to become the Vols head coach on Nov. 26.

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No suspensions expected from Seahawks-Jaguars melee

The NFL is still investigating what transpired at the end of Sunday's game between the Seahawks and Jaguars, but no suspensions are expected. A league official told ESPN on Monday that no Seahawks players will be suspended for Sunday's actions in Jacksonville, though the NFL is following its

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Kirk Herbstreit apologizes to Tennessee DB Rashaan Gaulden for unfair criticism

Kirk Herbstreit was much more forgiving to Baker Mayfield than Tennessee’s Rashaan Gaulden. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images) Kirk Herbstreit caught some serious flak over the weekend. After Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield won the Heisman Trophy,

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Wake Forest got what it wanted – a Belk Bowl berth Now can Deacons upend Texas AM

Last year, Wake Forest coach Dave Clawson missed Christmas. Clawson’s parents live in Charlotte, but instead of making the short trip from Winston-Salem, Clawson and the Deacons were busy with game plans in Annapolis, Md. Two days after Christmas, Clawson got his gift in the form of a 34-26 win over Temple. It was Wake Forest’s first bowl win in eight seasons. But this year, Clawson should have no trouble making it home for the holidays. As for a second straight bowl win, that’s a different story. Clawson’s group will take on Texas A&M in the Belk Bowl Dec. 29 at Bank of America Stadium. Now, this season’s Aggies weren’t as dominant as past teams. Plus, they’ll be without both their head coach

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Injured Wentz can remain an asset for Eagles

Eagles coach Doug Pederson confirmed Monday that Wentz suffered a season-ending ACL tear in his left knee during Sunday's road win over the Los Angeles Rams. A day after the injury, Pederson was still looking for contributions from Wentz. "A lot like Jordan Hicks and Jason Peters and these guys (who have been injured), he can be around and be in the meeting rooms," Pederson said.

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