College Football 2013: Weekend news roundup
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College football weekend news roundup

4/29/13 in NCAAF   |   Tyler_Waddell   |   426 respect

Good afternoon college football fans, and happy Monday! I hope you had a great weekend – here are some interesting headlines you may have missed over the last several days.


- Florida State announced on Friday that it will honor Bobby Bowden at its 20th anniversary of the 1993 national championship in October. This will be the first time the coach returns to a Seminoles game since his “retirement” following the 2009 season.Blog Photo - College Football 2013: Weekend news roundup

- Boise State and Oklahoma State have agreed to a home-and-home series for the 2018 and 2021 season.

- North Texas coach Dan McCarney is back at work in his office following a heart procedure. He turns 60 in July and is preparing for his third season with the Mean Green.

- The new-look ACC is considering playing some future games in Europe, according to conference commissioner John Swofford.

- LSU running back Jeremy Hill was arrested Saturday morning after allegedly punching a man in the head while in an on-campus bar. Hill was already on two-year probation following a 2011 arrest.

- Three Pittsburgh players have been suspended indefinitely after being charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. Further action from coach Paul Chryst has not yet been taken.

- The Big Ten has established its new divisions, which takes into effect starting in 2014. Ohio State and Michigan are both in the East, while Nebraska and Wisconsin will battle in the West.


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