College football weekend news roundup
- Auburn coach Gus Malzahn thinks the university did a good job responding to the reports alleging that the football program partook in numerous major NCAA violations before and during the 2010 national championship season.
- A seven-year-old brain cancer patient broke a long touchdown run in Nebraska’s spring game on Saturday. “Goosebumps.”
- Ohio State allowed its mascot, Brutus, to run quarterback for a play during its spring practice over the weekend. He may never want to touch a football again.
- Texas wide receiver Kendall Sanders was arrested and charged with a DWI early Saturday morning. He was expected to vie for the Longhorns’ open No. 3 spot.
- Johnny Manziel was almost Johnny “Baseball?”
- Kain Daub, the top linebacker prospect for the class of 2014, gave his verbal commitment to Florida State late Sunday afternoon. He is the eighth member of his class to pledge for the Seminoles.
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