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NCAA bans Georgia RB Gurley 2 more games

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ATHENS, Ga. (AP) Georgia was hoping to get Todd Gurley back on the field.

Looks like the No. 9 Bulldogs will have to wait two more games.

The NCAA announced Wednesday that Gurley, once a leading Heisman Trophy contender, must sit out until Nov. 15 for accepting more than $3,000 for autographed memorabilia and other items over a two-year period.


Top Utah WR Anderson out for season

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Utah lost big-play wide receiver Dres Anderson to a season-ending knee injury, a significant blow for an offense that has sputtered at times.

Anderson led No. 18 Utah with 355 yards receiving and four touchdowns.


FSU RB subject to Title IX school probe

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) Florida State running back Karlos Williams is subject to a Title IX investigation by the university for his role in a possible domestic battery case.

Florida State would not confirm if it would investigate Williams, citing privacy policies.


PSU G Dieffenbach may play vs. Maryland

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) Penn State guard Miles Dieffenbach likes going one-on-one against the Big Ten's best defensive tackles.

He'd like it a lot more if didn't happen mainly against teammate Anthony Zettel on the Nittany Lion practice field.


Penn St. S Keiser has more bowel surgery

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) Penn State safety Ryan Keiser underwent additional surgery on Wednesday to repair a bowel injury he suffered in practice last week.

Penn State spokesman Jeff Nelson said in a statement approved by Keiser's family that he remained in an intensive care unit Wednesday and continues to improve at a hospital in Hershey.


Former Texas coach Brown enjoying TV job

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) Mack Brown is enjoying the television gig that keeps him involved in football, but has not closed the door on coaching.

The former Texas coach and current ESPN college football analyst seems relaxed and at ease 10 1/2 months after his resignation from the Longhorns.


Long-time Missouri fixture Kadlec dies

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) John Kadlec, the University of Missouri sports icon whose Tigers career spanned more than a half-century as player, coach, administrator and broadcaster, has died. He was 86.

The school said Kadlec, known as "Mr. Mizzou," died early Wednesday. Football coach Gary Pinkel said in a statement that Kadlec "was a ball coach, plain and simple."


Mississippi State, FSU top playoff list

GRAPEVINE, Texas (AP) The College Football Playoff selection committee has spoken - and it likes the SEC.

At least for now.


Texas A&M may bench struggling QB Hill

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) Texas A&M quarterback Kenny Hill may be headed for the bench.

Offensive coordinator Jake Spavital said Tuesday that Hill and freshman Kyle Allen have been taking snaps with the first team this week and a starter for Saturday's game against Louisiana-Monroe will be decided later this week.


Ohio State RB Smith no longer with team

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) Reserve running back Rod Smith has left the 13th-ranked Ohio State team to deal with some personal issues and won't be coming back, team officials said Tuesday.

Coach Urban Meyer confirmed Smith's departure in an email and told reporters during a Big Ten teleconference that Smith has had issues throughout his time at Ohio State.

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