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Alabama Football: Hurts struggles, Jones shines

Jones, who was named the game's co-MVP with kicker Joseph Bulovas, threw for a game-high 289 yards on 23-of-35 passing and two touchdowns. That included a 65-yard catch-and-run by redshirt freshman receiver Chadarius Townsend, of Tanner, who caught the pass in the middle of the field, bounced off

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Jim Harbaugh's tame offseason might be good for Michigan football

Michigan athletic director Warde Manuel takes questions from the media on Wednesday, April 18, 2018, in Ann Arbor. Video by George Sipple/DFP It's been a while since we've seen Jim Harbaugh shirtless. Or witnessed him engage in a Twitter war. The Michigan football coach has muted his social media

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Position breakdowns: What we knew, what we think now and what can we prove? (copy)

Quarterback What we knew going in: It was basically a three-man competition involving redshirt freshman Tristan Gebbia, true freshman Adrian Martinez and sophomore walk-on Andrew Bunch. Noah Vedral, a sophomore transfer from UCF, is facing a redshirt season. Saturday's star: Martinez captured fans

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5 things we learned from LSU's spring game: QB race, defensive push up front and the wideouts

Ed Orgeron told you so. The warnings LSU's head coach sent last week, preparing fans for an offense that is a ways from the finish line, rung true at Saturday's spring game. LSU's offense isn't ready — isn't near ready — for the gauntlet of the 2018 schedule. And its starting quarterback

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Notre Dame's Kelly likes progress made by Lea's defense

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Defense is supposed to be one of the strengths of Notre Dame's 2018, with 10 returning starters. So despite surrendering 913 yards on 123 plays in Saturday's spring game, Fighting Irish coach Brian Kelly showed little concern with the progress on that side of the ball. “They

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