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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The mercurial state of college football could be summed up by listening to Big 12 coaches respond to questions Monday as spring practices draw to a close.  Full Story
OMAHA, Neb. — Carl Pelini said Friday during a radio interview that his firing at Florida Atlantic last year was unjustified and the result of a new athletic director who wanted to hire his own football coach.  Full Story
Tim Sharp / Associated Press
The NCAA men's basketball selection committee finished watching the Final Four pay off at A&T Stadium to months of meetings and research. Their football counterparts just finished working through the recusal processes for the first College Football Playoff, which will end in Arlington on Jan. 12, 2015.  Full Story
Steve Stoner / Loveland Reporter-Herald
Get ready for more Friday football Rams fans. The Mountain West announced its television schedule for the 2014 season on Thursday and included in that plan is a showdown between Colorado State and Air Force on Nov.  Full Story
Ted S. Warren / Associated Press
Chris Petersen, like every college football coach, knows players love the idea of new uniforms. But Wednesday, the new Washington coach put that theory to the test with the Huskies.  Full Story
LOS ANGELES — The football monopoly really is over in Los Angeles, and UCLA doesn't need any advertisements to declare it this time.  Full Story
Associated Press
The coach of a team many people have winning the Final Four has a new contract extension that raises his average salary to $3.7 million a year. Billy Donovan also got a $250,000 bonus just for staying at Florida, but his is not the sweetest deal in college athletics. That belongs to Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith, who will get more than $18,000 simply because one of the school's wrestlers is really good.   Full Story
Mike Brohard / Loveland Reporter-Herald
FORT COLLINS — In the course of 15 spring practices, Colorado State's football team won't exactly find its identity. It will, however, get a hint.  Full Story
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LAS VEGAS — Delon Wright scored 15 points and Jordan Loveridge added 13, helping Utah hold off Washington 67-61 in the opening round of the Pac-12 Tournament on Wednesday.  Full Story
Paul Aiken / Daily Camera
There are thousands of Colorado football fans who believe they already know who their starting quarterback will be when the 2014 season kicks off in six months.  Full Story

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