2/23/2012 Evening Edition

CARLSON: SEC, Money Help BCS Come Around On College Football Playoff Issue
ENGEL: Status Quo Reigns At Commish Meeting
KING: SEC Could Change Schedule
CANZANO: Ex-NBA Player Recovering From Addiction Has Message For Oregon
BOHLS: BCS System Will Move To A College Playoff, Because It Has To
FERRANTE: Florida State Scrambles To Fill 2012 Schedule
MCLAUGHLIN: Alabama Off To Quick Recruiting Start With 9 Commits For 2013
TOWERS: New Contract For Mark Richt Expected Within 2 Weeks
MEGARGEE: Arizona Schools Out To Change In-State Perception
ZWERNEMAN: Sumlin Likes The Idea Of Opening On The Road
LESTER: Should Texas A&M Have The Aggie Dance Team At Kyle Field?
RIGGS: 10 Offseason Questions The Horns Must Answer
FITZGERALD: For Blue-Chip Talent, Stanford Is The Place To Be
GREENBERG: Nottingham Ready To Battle For Stanford’s Starting QB Job
HLAS: The Greg Davis File
CONDOTTA: A Look At 2013 Washington Recruiting

Texas To Honor Ricky Williams With A Statue
Georgia Tech Holding Up Release Of ACC Football Schedule
Michigan State Football Recruit Plays For The Mother He Barely Knew
Most Of SEC Supports New NCAA Rule For Multiyear Scholarships
Tuberville’s Wife Under Investigation As Man Dies From Crash Injuries
Bo Pelini Won’t Fight Traffic Ticket
ASU President Has ‘No Concerns’ About Financial Commitment To Malzahn
Texas Quarterback Rotation Looks To Continue In 2012
2013 Running Back Prospect Green Commits To UCLA
Florida Announces Will Muschamp’s Schedule For Gator Gatherings
Nebraska Schedules Doormat, Giant-Killer And Upstart
Northwestern Coach Pat Fitzgerald Defends Himself Against Racism Accusations
Richt, Georgia Football Team Focusing On Versatility
Florida State Running Back James Wilder Jr. Arrested
LSU Secondary Coach Ron Cooper Leaves For Tampa Bay Buccaneers
After Two Days Of Meetings, BCS Leaders Far From Agreement
Wisconsin’s Wilson To Take Part In ‘Gruden’s QB Camp’
Clemson Reportedly Interested In Maryland Transfer

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