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Fresno State fires offensive coordinator Dave Schramm (Yahoo Sports)
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) -- Fresno State has fired offensive coordinator Dave Schramm following a three-win season.
Assistants at Clemson, 'Bama, Oklahoma up for Broyles Award (Yahoo Sports)
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) -- Offensive and defensive coordinators from top-ranked Clemson, No. 2 Alabama and No. 3 Oklahoma are among finalists for the Broyles Award, given annually to a top assistant coach in college football.
Rutgers AD Hobbs starts search for next football coach (Yahoo Sports)
Rutgers newly appointed athletic director Patrick Hobbs is determined to hire a football coach quickly. A day into his new job after athletic director Julie Hermann was fired on Sunday along with football coach Kyle Flood, Hobbs was working on the significant hiring. Hobbs would not divulge any of the candidates Monday and, while he said he's working with an outside consulting firm, he would not name the company.
No bowl bonus for Nebraska coaches if picked with 5-7 record (Yahoo Sports)
Nebraska will play in a bowl with a 5-7 record if invited to one, but coach Mike Riley and his assistants won't receive bowl bonuses. Senior associate athletic director David Witty confirmed Monday night that athletic director Shawn Eichorst met with Riley and decided not to pay bowl bonuses outlined in the coaches' contracts. Riley's contract calls for him to be paid a $150,000 bonus if in a bowl outside the College Football Playoff.
Missouri not interested in bowl after 5-7 season (Yahoo Sports)
Missouri is not interested in accepting a bowl bid after finishing the regular season 5-7. Athletic director Mack Rhoades said Monday that it was the school would not seek permission to play another game. Rhoades said the focus was on finding a successor to coach Gary Pinkel, who is stepping down while batting non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
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Briscoe helps No. 1 Kentucky outlast Illinois State 75-63 (Yahoo Sports)
Kentucky coach John Calipari took heart in his young Wildcats absorbing Illinois State's best shots before getting off the deck to inflict some aggression of their own. Isaiah Briscoe scored 18 points, Jamal Murray added 16 and No. 1 Kentucky overcame a sluggish first half to pull away from Illinois State 75-63 on Monday night. Outhustled on both ends of the court by the athletic Redbirds through 20 minutes while adjusting to Ulis' absence because of a right elbow injury, the Wildcats (7-0) emerged from halftime more physical and used that energy to gain some breathing room.
UNC: Paige expected to play vs. No. 2 Maryland after injury (Yahoo Sports)
Marcus Paige had targeted his return from a broken right hand in time to play in No. 9 North Carolina's matchup with No. 2 Maryland in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. It appears the preseason Atlantic Coast Conference co-player of the year is right on schedule. Williams said he wasn't sure whether Paige would start over sophomore point Joel Berry II or sophomore wing Theo Pinson, though he said he was leaning toward Pinson for now.
Brooks' big game leads No. 15 Oregon over Fresno State 78-73 (Yahoo Sports)
If bad things tend to happen in threes as many believe, Oregon coach Dana Altman can only hope his team has gotten letting big leads nearly slip away out of its system. Dillon Brooks had 21 points and 10 rebounds and the 15th-ranked Ducks staved off a late rally by Fresno State for a 78-73 victory Monday night. ''That's the third time we've had a double-digit lead and we let them back in, not finishing the game,'' Altman said, pointing to similar wins over Baylor and Valparaiso.
Barry's 19 lift College of Charleston to 70-58 win over LSU (Yahoo Sports)
CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) -- For College of Charleston coach Earl Grant, the game was showing of how hungry his Cougars are. For LSU freshman Ben Simmons, it was a wakeup call for the struggling Tigers.