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FILE - In this Oct. 3, 2015, file photo, Florida quarterback Will Grier warms up before an NCAA college football game against Mississippi in Gainesville, Fla. A person familiar with the situation says Grier has been suspended indefinitely for violating the NCAA's policy on banned drugs. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the school has not announced the decision. Grier is considering an appeal. (AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack, File)
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A year ago, quarterback Will Grier had led Florida to a 6-0 start. Then the NCAA ruled him ineligible for a year because he failed a drug test for a PED. Great work by Matt Hayes of Bleacher Report in helping Grier tell his story in his own words.

A look at the 11 undefeated teams remaining in FBS and the chances for them to finish the season that way.

Stanford’s offense, even with Christian McCaffery, is suddenly unable to produce yards or points; David Ubben of SportsOnEarth finds some answers.

An obscure ruling by the National Labor Relations Board involving the 17 private schools in FBS could crack open the door regarding student-athletes being considered as employees.

North Carolina basketball coach Roy Williams went from being angry with Colin Kaepernick’s protests during the national anthem to understanding why he was protesting.

This writer suggests that it’s time for Notre Dame and coach Brian Kelly to part ways after this season.

Texas junior D’Onta Foreman is chasing the ghosts of other legendary running backs who played for the Longhorns.

Boise State is honoring the 2006 team that posted one of the most memorable victories in program history, a 43-42 overtime defeat of Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl. But here’s the inside scoop on the famous marriage proposal that happened after Ian Johnson scored the game-winning two-point conversion.

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