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Corn Flakes: Georgia's Todd Gurley Suspended

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An autograph dealer tried to tattle on Todd Gurley. Here's the email -

Georgia suspended Heisman-contending running back Todd Gurley Thursday due to an alleged rule violation.

Not so sure about being in favor of dropping a story...

"because the purpose of this website is not to enforce the NCAA's insane bylaws. On the contrary, we're all for players making money, and are thus editorially supportive of those bylaws' erosion."

They're still the bylaws. They're still enforced. They're going to change soon because of a judge's ruling, but they're still the rules that everyone has to abide by, except, I guess, if you're in the SEC.

Georgia running back Todd Gurley suspended indefinitely -
Gurley allegedly broke NCAA rules.

Georgia's Todd Gurley suspended indefinitely amid signed memorabilia for cash investigation - College Football - has learned that a person confirmed to Georgia’s compliance office this week that he paid Gurley $400 to sign 80 items on campus in Athens, Ga., one day this past spring.

How Mississippi State's winning in the SEC West despite blue-chip disadvantage -
The No. 3 Bulldogs have the national spotlight in Week 7 for a home game against No. 2 Auburn. Here's what they've built and how they can keep building it.

TCU vs. Baylor and 3 big questions that could ultimately decide the Big 12 -
The 110th meeting between Baylor and TCU is by far the biggest, with the lead in the Big 12 and a top-five ranking in the Week 8 polls at stake (3:30 p.m. ET, ABC/ESPN2).

The top 4 matchups in Auburn-Mississippi State, the game of the century of the week -
In what will be the biggest game ever at Davis Wade Stadium, Auburn-Mississippi State will be decided by turnovers, passing downs, and who finishes drives in the end zone. 3:30 p.m. ET Saturday, CBS.

This Week In Schadenfreude, 2014 MAYHEM WEEKEND -

Eleven ranked teams lost in Week 6, meaning the weekly roundup of the craziest things said by college football fans has way too much to work with.

Nebraska not even mentioned, because, really we're cool-headed and maintain our composure at all times, or at least more than most other fanbases.

Huskers Head to Michigan to Battle Spartans, Wolverines - - Nebraska Athletics Official Web Site
The No. 8 Nebraska volleyball team is back on the road this weekend for a pair of matches in Michigan.

Team chemistry drives Husker volleyball players - Daily Nebraskan: Sports

Huskers Drop 3-1 Decision at Minnesota - - Nebraska Athletics Official Web Site
Nebraska falls to 5-7-2 on the season, with a 1-5-2 record in the Big Ten. Minnesota improves to 7-6-1 overall, and holds a 4-3-1 mark in conference play.

Day Suffers Season-Ending Knee Injury - - Nebraska Athletics Official Web Site
University of Nebraska men's basketball coach Tim Miles announced Thursday that freshman forward B.J. Day suffered season-ending injury to his left knee during practice this week.

Tale of the Tape: MSU Offense | Hail Varsity
Breaking down the key offensive plays from the Huskers' loss to the Spartans.

Big Ten News Reflects Nebraska Reality - - Nebraska Athletics Official Web Site
Wednesday's Big Ten news release from conference headquarters in Rosemont, Ill., communicated how league directors of athletics, senior woman administrators and faculty representatives met Monday....

Oldest known Nebraska football letter-winner recalls glory days | Huskers - KETV Home
Ron Douglas is the last of a dying breed. Douglas lived through many of the advancements made to the sport of college football and at 99 years old he’s the oldest known winner of a Nebraska football letter.

McKewon: How the West is won (by Nebraska) take two - Big Red Today - Husker Football News, Schedules And Videos
The emergence of Tommy Armstrong is key in Nebraska taking over the Big Ten West race. He has stayed healthy and established himself as a firm vocal leader.

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