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10dAdam Rittenberg

CFB schedules: Good, bad and say what?!?

From crazy road trips to pillow-soft starts to the season to games that leave you wondering how they ever got scheduled in the first place, a look through the 2016 schedule is eye-opening.

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16dMark Schlabach

Ga. Southern sanctioned for academic violations

NCAA penalties against Georgia Southern include the loss of two football scholarships in 2016-17, a 10 percent reduction in official visits and a 10 percent reduction in football evaluations.

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View from atop the stands at the Mercer satellite camp. Coaches from Kentucky, Vanderbilt, Georgia Tech, Middle Tennessee State, Georgia State and Georgia Southern all in attendance.

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I've seen coaches from Kentucky, Georgia Tech, Georgia State and Middle Tennessee State so far at the Mercer satellite football camp.

Tennessee shouldn't overlook App State

With 17 returning starters from last season, expectations are high on Rocky Top. But a season-opening loss to Appalachian State, winner of 11 games last season, would be devastating to Butch Jones' team. Top Week 1 matchups (Insider)

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Highlights: Robert Blair

The 49ers grabbed the former Appalachian State defensive end early in Round 5. Check out some of Blair's best highlights.

WATCH: Appalachian State signing day coverage

Tune in for comprehensive coverage of the next class of Appalachian State stars that signed the dotted line to play for the Mountaineers. Live on ESPN3

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NCAA accepts ULL self-sanctions in fraud probe

The NCAA has largely accepted the Louisiana-Lafayette football program's self-imposed sanctions stemming from an investigation into fraudulent entrance exam scores for recruits.

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199dBrett McMurphy

Source: TCU OC Meacham turns down Texas St.

Texas State is still looking for a head coach after TCU co-offensive coordinator Doug Meacham turned down an offer when the sides couldn't agree on financials.

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Georgia Southern wins first bowl game

The Eagles rushed for 452 yards and seven TDs to roll past Bowling Green for a 58-27 win. Favian Upshaw led the way with 199 yards and four scores.

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Georgia Southern upends Bowling Green in GoDaddy Bowl (1:23)
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Georgia Southern races by Bowling Green (1:01)
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Matt Dobson wins special teams player of the game (0:45)
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Wesley Fields wins most valuable offensive player award (0:36)
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Nardo Govan wins most valuable defensive player award (0:34)
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Favian Upshaw wins MVP (0:44)