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Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Baylor's KD Cannon, one of the Big 12's top returning wide receivers, posted the following on his Twitter account tonight to address rumors he could transfer: "BAYLOR IS MY HOME AND THATS WHERE I WILL STAY AND FINISH MY COLLEGE CAREER."

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

Baylor lost its second commitment since Art Briles was fired when Houston (Texas) Bellaire lineman Jayden Peevy backed off his pledge Friday night. The Bears are now down to four pledges in the 2017 class, and two of those commits are actively looking around at other schools.

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

The NCAA combed the Ole Miss campus for three years and found that student-athletes received a little more than $16,000 in extra benefits. Ole Miss paid $1.5 million in legal fees for outside counsel. Yet, because of new information surrounding Laremy Tunsil, this whole thing isn't over. Who knows how long this could really drag on?

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

A lot of folks in the media have speculated Texas and Texas A&M could benefit big time from Baylor signees if they get released from their national letter-of-intent, but several recruiters told me today TCU could be the biggest beneficiary. Quite a few of Baylor's 2016 recruits had the Horned Frogs as finalists.

Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Per a source, Baylor RB signee Kameron Martin doesn't plan to enroll next week and has asked for release from his letter of intent. Martin was a 4-star recruit and had been committed to Baylor since July 2014.

GameDay 100: Jerry Rice, the trash talker?

The Hall of Famer wasn't known for his trash talk, but that doesn't mean he never tried it.

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Golic 'stunned' Baylor prez, AD have jobs

Mike Golic thinks you could "pour ammonia" on the entire Baylor football program and wipe it clean, but he would have started by letting go of the president, athletic director and coach Art Briles.

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Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

UNLV announces $2 million gift for football program, largest in school history. Donor will remain anonymous but is longtime supporter of UNLV athletics.

Finebaum: Ole Miss sanctions hit to Freeze

Paul Finebaum thinks Hugh Freeze will remain as coach of the Rebels, but the school's announcement of self-imposed sanctions Friday is a hit to his reputation.

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Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

Now we know why Texas fired defensive backs coach Chris Vaughn in February. Vaughn is accused of multiple Level I violations in the NCAA's notice of allegations that Ole Miss released Friday morning. Vaughn, an assistant for the Rebels from 2008-11, reportedly engaged in an ACT fraud scheme for three recruits in 2010. He's also accused of helping provide impermissible benefits and lying to NCAA investigators.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Ole Miss Notice of Allegations names current assistants Chris Kiffin, Derrick Nix and Maurice Harris for some type of violation. School is requesting a delay in Committee on Infractions hearing until after a full review of the Laremy Tunsil/NFL draft night information.

Baylor players react to firing of coach

Numerous Baylor players took to social media to express their feelings -- a mix of anger, shock and sadness -- about the firing of coach Art Briles. Twitter reaction

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Max Olson ESPN Staff Writer 

I'm told Baylor is not expected to make an announcement regarding its interim coaching situation tonight. Defensive coordinator Phil Bennett is reportedly in talks to take on that role.

Power 5, Day 1

Washington athletic director Jennifer Cohen, now one of just three female ADs at Power 5 schools, had a hectic first day on the job. After her introduction Wednesday, she monitored both her son's youth baseball game and the Huskies women's golf team, which won the NCAA championship. A loaded schedule

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