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5:48 PM ET Alabama offensive lineman Javion Cohen revealed in an Instagram post on Tuesday that he spent the past month at a rehabilitation facility in Massachusetts for mental health reasons. “[T]he pressure we feel as athletes is insurmountable and can be too much at times,” Cohen wrote. “[I] don’t want to focus on the
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4:35 PM ET Jonathan Echols, a prospective top prospect in the 2024 class, committed to Tennessee on Monday. The 6-foot-4, 220-pound Echols, who’s seen time at defensive end and tight end for IMG Academy, says he is going to play offense for the Volunteers. “It’s really both of them, kind of about the same,” Echols
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2:34 PM ET Johntay Cook II became the latest prospect to join Steve Sarkisian’s emerging recruiting haul on Wednesday. Cook, residing at No. 43 overall in the 2023 ESPN 300, is a 6-foot, 175-pound wide receiver from DeSoto High School in DeSoto, Texas. He is the ninth player to commit to Sarkisian and Texas since
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3:05 PM ET The Pac-12 presidents and chancellors on Friday morning authorized the conference “to explore all expansion options” following the decisions of USC and UCLA to join the Big Ten in 2024, according to a statement from the Pac-12. “The 10 university presidents and chancellors remain committed to a shared mission of academic and
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2:05 PM ET Pete Thamel Heather Dinich Close ESPN Senior Writer College football reporter Joined ESPN.com in 2007 Graduate of Indiana University USC and UCLA, two of the Pac-12’s flagship programs, are planning to leave the conference for the Big Ten as early as 2024, sources confirmed to ESPN on Thursday. The Mercury News first
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2:21 PM ET Five-star offensive tackle Kadyn Proctor announced his commitment to Iowa football Thursday in a huge in-state recruiting win for the Hawkeyes. Proctor is the No. 6 prospect overall in the 2023 class and had a top-two list of Iowa and Alabama. It’s not often that those two schools battle for the same
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4:59 PM ET CINCINNATI — Cincinnati Bengals running back Trayveon Williams is headed back to school. This time, he’ll be teaching. Williams will serve as an adjunct professor at Texas A&M’s law school and will co-teach a class on NIL, college athletics and athlete advocacy alongside sports attorney and business consultant Alex Sinatra. Williams, who
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