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Broward County judge found guilty of DUI, reckless driving

A Broward County judge accused of driving under the influence is found guilty.

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Florida hires Mississippi State's Collins as defensive...

Florida has hired Mississippi State's Geoff Collins as its new defensive coordinator.

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Auburn turns to Muschamp for new defensive coordinator

Auburn hires former Florida coach Will Muschamp as its new defensive coordinator.

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Duke Johnson says he'll reveal plans on Dec. 28

Miami running back Duke Johnson plans to reveal whether he will skip his senior season Dec. 28, one day after the Hurricanes' bowl game against South Carolina.

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Miami AD says Golden remains the right choice

Miami athletic director Blake James continued to give unwavering support to football coach Al Golden on Monday, while acknowledging that no one involved with the program should be pleased with the team's 6-6 record this regular season.

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2014 college football schedule on Local 10

A new era has arrived in college football, and Local 10 is proud to present another exciting season of games.

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'Canes heading to Independence Bowl

The Miami Hurricanes will be heading to the Independence Bowl.

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Alabama, Oregon, FSU, Ohio State are in playoff

Alabama, Oregon, Florida State and Ohio State have been selected to play in the first College Football Playoff. Alabama is the top seed and will play Ohio State in one semifinal at the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans. Oregon is the second seed and will…

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College Football Blog: Committee has tough but clear choice

Clay Ferraro weighs in on which four teams belong in the College Football Playoff.

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Winston, No. 2 FSU top Georgia Tech, 37-35

Jameis Winston threw for 309 yards and three touchdowns, and second-ranked Seminoles held off No. 12 Georgia Tech 37-35 Saturday night to win their third consecutive ACC championship.

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Florida introduces Jim McElwain

Florida coach Jim McElwain took playful shots at his alma mater, Eastern Washington, the NFL's Oakland Raiders and himself.  He was friendly, funny, witty and self-deprecating during his introductory news conference Saturday.

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