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QB Johnson makes strong case to start in Auburn spring game (Yahoo Sports)

Auburn quarterback Jeremy Johnson (6) looks to pass during the first half during their spring NCAA college football game, Saturday, April 18, 2015, in Auburn, Ala. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)

Jeremy Johnson made a strong case to start at quarterback in Auburn's spring game. The junior threw for 252 yards and two touchdowns in one half Saturday as Team Auburn topped Team Tigers 24-14. Coach Gus Malzahn said afterward that competition was still open for the starting job. Thomas has been in competition with junior college transfer Jovon Robinson and Peyton Barber to replace the SEC's leading rusher, Cameron Artis-Payne.


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Football Polls - Week Final (Jan. 13)
  • AP Poll
  • 1. Ohio State
  • 2. Oregon
  • 3. TCU
  • 4. Alabama
  • 5. Florida State
  • 5. Michigan State
  • 7. Baylor
  • 8. Georgia Tech
  • 9. Georgia
  • 10. UCLA
  • Coaches Poll
  • 1. Ohio State
  • 2. Oregon
  • 3. TCU
  • 4. Alabama
  • 5. Michigan State
  • 6. Florida State
  • 7. Georgia Tech
  • 8. Baylor
  • 9. Georgia
  • 10. UCLA

Zaire hits long pass, competition with Golson continues (Yahoo Sports)

Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson (5) sprints into the end zone during the Blue Gold spring NCAA college football game, Saturday April 18, 2015 in South Bend, Ind. (AP Photo/Joe Raymond)

Notre Dame's spring game did little to determine who will be the starting quarterback in the fall other than showing Malik Zaire can throw a long pass but can't catch one. Zaire threw a perfectly timed 68-yard touchdown pass that Will Fuller caught at the 6 and raced in for a touchdown midway through the second quarter. Redfield appeared to taunt Zaire lying on the ground, then took off and was credited with a touchdown even though officials blew the whistle at midfield. Coach Brian Kelly said each player needs to focus on his own play.


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Dak Prescott sharp in Mississippi State spring game (Yahoo Sports)

Mississippi State Maroon quarterback Dak Prescott (15) passes against the White team during their spring NCAA college football game, Saturday, April 18, 2015, in Starkville, Miss. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

Dak Prescott is doing nothing to temper the massive expectations for his final college season. The Mississippi State quarterback completed 20 of 29 passes for 231 yards and three touchdowns Saturday during the Bulldogs' spring game, spreading the ball around the field with the poise expected from a senior who's already among the school's leaders in just about every passing category. Now Mississippi State is trying to make sure the rest of the roster is capable of supporting him. The early returns look promising: De'Runnya Wilson caught five passes for 92 yards and a touchdown, and the Bulldogs' rebuilt offensive line - which will have at least three new starters next season - usually gave the quarterbacks enough time to read the field and make throws.


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Coker delivers top QB performance in Alabama spring game (Yahoo Sports)

Alabama wide receiver Robert Foster (8) catches a pass during the first half of Alabama's spring NCAA college football game, Saturday, April 18, 2015, in Tuscaloosa, Ala. (AP Photo/Butch Dill)

Alabama coach Nick Saban doesn't think it's fair to pass judgment on his quarterbacks based on the spring game. Jake Coker was easily the most productive of the Crimson Tide passers on Saturday in his second bid to win the starting job after transferring from Florida State last summer. He led the White team featuring the first-team offense to a 27-14 win over the defense-led Crimson before 65,157 fans. Saban said Coker and Alec Morris had a big advantage in playing with the starting offense, with the Tide rebuilding depth after losing nine starters.


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Obama honors national champion Buckeyes at White House (Yahoo Sports)

President Barack Obama poses with former Ohio State wide receiver, and pro football hall of famer Cris Carter, left, and former Ohio State running back and two-time Heisman Trophy winner Archie Griffin, right, during a ceremony welcoming the NCAA College Football Playoff National Champion Ohio State Buckeyes, Monday, April 20, 2015, in the East Room of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

President Barack Obama honored the national champion Ohio State football team Monday, taking just a little bit of credit for the new playoff system that the Buckeyes mastered. Ohio State won the first College Football Playoff in January, beating Oregon in the title game. You're welcome, America.'' Ohio State coach Urban Meyer thanked the president, noting that the Buckeyes probably wouldn't have been eligible to play for the title under the previous system.


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Men's Basketball RPI
  • Team RPI
  • 1. Duke
  • 2. Wisconsin
  • 3. Kentucky
  • 4. Arizona
  • 5. Kansas
  • 6. Villanova
  • 7. Virginia
  • 8. Gonzaga
  • 9. North Carolina
  • 10. Notre Dame
  • Conference RPI
  • 1. Big 12
  • 2. ACC
  • 3. Big East
  • 4. Big Ten
  • 5. Pac 12
  • 6. SEC
  • 7. Atlantic 10
  • 8. American Athletic
  • 9. Missouri Valley
  • 10. Independent

Utah center Jakob Poeltl will bypass NBA draft (Yahoo Sports)

Utah guard Jakob Poeltl, left, scores against Georgetown forward Paul White during the second half of an NCAA college basketball tournament round of 32 game in Portland, Ore., Saturday, March 21, 2015. (AP Photo/Greg Wahl-Stephens)

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Utah center Jakob Poeltl will bypass the NBA draft and return for his sophomore year.


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Men's Basketball Polls - Week Final (Apr. 7)
  • AP Poll
  • 1. Kentucky
  • 2. Villanova
  • 3. Wisconsin
  • 4. Duke
  • 5. Arizona
  • 6. Virginia
  • 7. Gonzaga
  • 8. Notre Dame
  • 9. Iowa State
  • 10. Kansas
  • Coaches Poll
  • 1. Duke
  • 2. Wisconsin
  • 3. Kentucky
  • 4. Arizona
  • 5. Notre Dame
  • 6. Gonzaga
  • 7. Michigan State
  • 8. Virginia
  • 9. Villanova
  • 10. Louisville

K-State freshman Malek Harris dismissed from program (Yahoo Sports)

Kansas State forward Malek Harris (10) looks to pass around Texas forward Connor Lammert (21) during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game, Saturday, March 7, 2015, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Michael Thomas)

Kansas State fans will need a roster to cheer for their players when next season rolls around. Wildcats coach Bruce Weber dismissed forward Malek Harris on Friday. ''We have high standards for the players in our program,'' Weber said in a brief statement announcing Harris' departure. We wish him the best as he continues his basketball career.'' Weber already had dismissed sophomore guard Marcus Foster, his leading scorer, and freshman forward Tre Harris.


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Kansas to play Canada in World University Games tuneup (Yahoo Sports)

Kansas will play Team Canada in a pair of exhibition games at Sprint Center in June before heading to South Korea as Team USA for the World University Games. The Jayhawks, who will be allowed to use incoming recruits, will play the Canadian team on June 23 and June 26 in Kansas City. The tournament is scheduled for July 3-14. Kansas was selected by the U.S. International Sports Federation to represent the United States at the tournament.

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Huskers' Tim Miles optimistic despite loss of players, coach (Yahoo Sports)

FILE - In this March 4, 2015 file photo, Nebraska coach Tim Miles coaches from the sidelines during an NCAA college basketball game against Illinois in Champaign, Ill. After the unexpected losses of two players and an assistant coach and the expected departure of All-Big Ten guard Terran Petteway, Miles said Monday April 20, 2015, he feels good about next season because of the injection of new talent. (AP Photo/Rick Danzl, File)

His sunny disposition is being put to the test this offseason, though, after the unexpected losses of two players and an assistant coach and the expected departure of All-Big Ten guard Terran Petteway. Petteway said Thursday he was declaring for the draft, and on Sunday assistant coach Chris Harriman told Miles he was leaving to become associate head coach at New Mexico. Next season Kansas transfer Andrew White becomes eligible, and he'll be joined by five recruits who make up a class ranked No. 31 nationally by ESPN.com. The Huskers also signed forward Mike Jacobson of Waukee, Iowa, guard Bakari Evelyn of Hillcrest Academy in Arizona by way of Detroit, and forward Jack McVeigh of Gold Coast, Australia.


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