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Walk-on shocked with full scholarship

A surprise phone call to Duke's Danny Doyle set the surprise in motion.

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10 games with the highest stakes in 2016

Some games this upcoming college football season have a little extra meaning. Maybe it's playoff implications. Maybe it's a team that needs to finally shut up its rival, or one that could save a coach's job. Big games

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Miami's Richt pledges $1M for practice facility

Miami coach Mark Richt has pledged $1M of his own money toward construction of a proposed indoor practice facility, a source confirmed to ESPN's Andrea Adelson. Richt told boosters during a meeting in Chicago last week that he had pledged his own money, the Palm Beach Post first reported.

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100 days to CFB! Alabama is the favorite for the title. For the Heisman, Deshaun Watson is the favorite for the award, with Leonard Fournette and Christian McCaffrey tied for second. #CountdownToKickoff

First Kiss, first impressions

Former Vanderbilt quarterback Jordan Rodgers, brother of Packers star Aaron Rodgers, is the early front-runner on the new season of "The Bachelorette." Going for the rose

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Denver Nuggets workout tomorrow: Wade Baldwin, Ben Bentil, Ty Wallace, Derrick Jones, Anthony Gill and Ryan Stephan (Colorado-Mesa).

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

It remains unclear whether Texas will support Big 12 expansion. But one Texas mega-booster apparently is. San Antonio billionaire Red McCombs told ESPN radio in San Antonio that he is in favor of the Big 12 expanding back to 12 teams, provided one of those teams is Houston. "I think we need to add two teams to the Big 12 and should have done it two years ago. The first one should be the University of Houston then it would be your choice of several others." The Big 12 presidents and athletic directors are scheduled to convene in Irving, Texas, next week to discuss, among other topics, expansion.

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Pittsburgh's James Conner announced he is cancer free. The RB was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma six months ago. (via @sportscenter)

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Maty Mauk, who went 17-5 as the starting QB for Missouri before being dismissed in January, has signed to play this season for Eastern Kentucky. 📷:GettyImages

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Arkansas RB Denzell Evans (217 lbs, PS#106) had 2 td's in the spring game but has graduate transferred to SMU and has 2 years eligibility.