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- Military, Fenway bowls canceled due to COVID
- SMU hires Miami OC Lashlee as new head coach
- Sources: SMU's Dykes to be new TCU coach
- SMU loses four recruits, including ESPN 300 WR
The Military Bowl Presented by Peraton and the Wasabi Fenway Bowl were canceled Sunday because of COVID-19 issues in the Boston College and Virginia football programs, respectively.
From major upsets to emotional moments and plenty of field stormings, the fans and thrills were back this season.
Miami offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee has been hired as the new coach of SMU.
— Davis Brin passed for 244 yards and a touchdown, three different ball carriers also scored and Tulsa fended off SMU 34-31 in a see-saw game to end the regular season on Saturday.
SMU coach Sonny Dykes, who is is 30-17 in four seasons with the Mustangs, will be the new head coach at TCU, sources confirmed to ESPN.
Rivalry Week is here, and Ohio State-Michigan and Oklahoma-Oklahoma State are just two of the biggest must-see games of the season.
Amid speculation that coach Sonny Dykes could be linked to the opening at neighboring TCU, SMU lost four promising commitments Wednesday, including ESPN 300 wide receiver Jordan Hudson, who was the highest-ranked commit in the Mustangs' class.
The best trolls in college football for Week 12 include 'Horns Down,' Ohio State's superstar supporter and more
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Michigan State at Ohio State for Big Ten East control, consequential conference clashes and more in Week 12
Ohio State and Michigan State square off in a potential playoff-defining game, while Arkansas-Alabama, Oregon-Utah and Wake Forest-Clemson highlight a week of must-see matchups.
Oversized accessories, luxurious clothing and dangerous hardware are some of the more memorable items teams have used since the turnover chain first appeared on the Miami Hurricanes' sideline.
— Tanner Mordecai threw for 377 yards and three touchdowns and Tre Siggers ran for three scores as SMU crushed Central Florida 55-28 on Saturday.
Kenneth Walker III and Henry To'o To'o are only some of the players who have switched teams and made significant contributions this year.
With Matt Wells out at Texas Tech, the Red Raiders don't have to look far for two strong candidates to replace him.