10/12/2011 Evening Edition

OPINION:
SCHULTZ: NCAA Right To End Auburn Investigation
WALLJASPER: Value Of The SEC Yet To Be Determined
ESPN STAFF: Undefeateds Could Spark BCS Chaos
TRAVIS: 13-Team SEC Schedule An Impossibility
MANDEL: BCS Crisis & Mailbag
GREENBERG: Ohio St. Staring Down The Barrel Of 5-7
MULHERN: The Lingering Effects Of Wisconsin’s 83-Point Game
MEEK: Tuberville Says K. State Wins With Toughness, Not Star Power
BUCHANAN: How Quickly A Heisman Dream Can Be Derailed
MORGAN: Erickson, ASU Have Something To Prove At Oregon
ATHLON STAFF: Florida Teams Struggling In 2011
PELOQUIN: “When is Enough, Enough?” And How C-USA Can Help
VANNINI: Division Puts More At Stake For Michigan-Michigan St.
BAUER: Swagger Like Penn State?

NEWS:
NCAA Says Auburn Had No Major Violations, Ends Investigation
Tom Osborne Blasts Fan Behavior In Madison, Lincoln
Muschamp Knows This Much: LSU & Bama Are Both Real Good
ESPN Midseason All-American Team
Is It Time To Sell High On Michigan?
Pryor On Ohio State’s Struggles: ‘It Saddens Me’
Huskers Lose DT Crick For Season
Ball Control Enters Georgia’s Plans
FIU’s Bowl Scenario Could Already Be Affected
Clemson May Be The Fastest Team Since Early 2000s Miami
Paterno: “Who Knows? Maybe I’ll Go 10 More Years As Coach”

BLOGS:
NCAA Clears Auburn & Cam Newton, Case Closed
Cam Newton Investigation: Auburn Kind Of Cleared-ish
The N.C.A.A. Can’t Win For Losing
The Legitimacy Of Trent Richardson’s Heisman Candidacy
The Honeymoon Is Over For Dooley At Tennessee
Report: Big East Presidents Declined to Increase Exit Fees
Plugging The Longhorn Network
Completely True Facts About Ron Zook
Big East’s Fate Depends On Missouri
Oklahoma Football: Four Days in Dallas
Houston Nutt On Why Saban Is One Of The Best Of All Time
O’Brien, London On Georgia Tech Triple Option
Indiana’s Wilson Points To Wisconsin As Model
Ranking College Football’s 50 Greatest Fanbases

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