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Tressel resigns at Ohio State

Jim Tressel, whose Ohio State football teams have won six consecutive Big 10 titles, has resigned as fallout continues from his failure to be truthful with the NCAA about improper benefits to players

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NCAA notice of allegations specifically names Coach Jim Tressel

The NCAA has sent a "notice of allegations" to Ohio State University and has spefically named head coach Jim Tressel as having committed "potentially major violations."

Tressel has already been suspended for the first five games of the 2011 season after admitting that he knew of improper benefits to five players for several months before the payments came to light.

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New rules for college football for 2011

The NCAA has approved several rules changes for college football for the 2011 season.

The changes include adopting the "ten second runoff" in the final minute of each half, similar to what the NFL does

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Ex-Auburn Players Claim They Got Cash From More Than One School

HBO's "Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel" reports four former Auburn players received cash from various schools trying to entice them to make their college choice.

The report, airing Wednesday night, says the players claimed they received thousands of dollars in cash from boosters ov various schools, including LSU

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Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images
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New College Rules Akin To NFL

College football has several rule changes proposed for the 2011 season. The new rules may give the college game more of an NFL vibe.

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Latest Top 25 Polls

Auburn is first in the BCS, but the human voters like Oregon most. Check out the latest AP and USA Today top 25 poll here.

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