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College Football

Latest NCF news from www.espn.com
  1. Kansas has placed head football coach Les Miles on administrative leave, a decision that came after investigations into his conduct while at LSU in 2013 were made public this week.
  2. Is this the year Georgia finally catches up to Alabama? How will McKenzie Milton fare at Florida State? Breaking down everything to know about this year's spring football.
  3. Former Tennessee Volunteers interim head coach Kevin Steele will not be retained on Josh Heupel's staff, but will receive his full $900,000 salary over the next two years.
  4. The firing of Les Miles was recommended by LSU's AD in 2013, according to an investigation that also revealed the school failed to appropriately report sexual misconduct and abuse incidents involving members of the athletic department.
  5. The University of Connecticut announced Friday that it has agreed to two-year contract extensions for football coach Randy Edsall and men's basketball coach Dan Hurley.
  6. A 2013 internal investigation at LSU accused former coach Les Miles of inappropriate behavior toward female students, but did not find that Miles had sexual relationships with any of the women, according to a report released by the university Thursday.
  7. Oklahoma State athletic director Mike Holder will step down this summer and be replaced by deputy AD Chad Weiberg.
  8. Georgia State AD Charlie Cobb has been added to the College Football Playoff selection committee on a one-year basis in place of Terry Mohajir, who is no longer on the panel after leaving Arkansas State to become the athletic director at UCF.
  9. NDSU looks to bounce back, Jackson State faces a test and new No. 1 James Madison defends its ranking.
  10. Mac Jones' strong finish to 2019 foreshadowed big things for 2020, and the Alabama signal caller delivered beyond anyone's expectations. Who can fill that role in 2021?