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College Football

Latest NCF news from www.espn.com
  1. Texas and Oklahoma expressing interest in joining the SEC shook the foundation of the Big 12 and caught many high-ranking college athletics officials off guard. Can a move really happen? What would it mean for other conferences? We break down the latest.
  2. The Big 12 executive committee met with the presidents of Texas and Oklahoma on Sunday amid speculation that the two schools intend to depart for the SEC.
  3. Sources told ESPN back in June that the potential violations are linked to recent recruiting practices and likely involve several Arizona State coaches.
  4. Alabama added its fourth ESPN 300 commitment in July on Sunday when linebacker Shawn Murphy announced his commitment to the Crimson Tide.
  5. Bjork said the Aggies are not at the point where they have decided how they would vote on Texas joining the SEC.
  6. Texas and Oklahoma could make their move to the SEC official in a matter of weeks, ESPN has confirmed.
  7. In the wake of conference realignment rumors swirling around the SEC and Big 12, Pac-12 commissioner George Kliavkoff says his conference is not looking to add new members but would be "foolish" not to listen to any interested schools.
  8. Ohio State coach Ryan Day said Friday that there should be consideration to sharing NIL money among players who won't get the same opportunities as high-profile players.
  9. Texas A&M and TCU improved their recruiting profiles when it came to changing conferences, while Nebraska continued to fall.
  10. Bobby Bowden has pancreatic cancer, his son Terry Bowden said Thursday, a day after the family announced that the former Seminoles coach's condition was terminal.

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