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September 25, 2010 | Bill Plaschke
One of college football's most famous chants was dumped on its 10-gallon lid Saturday, the purveyors of a cute little steer cheer becoming the unwitting victims of a goring. UCLA hooked them 'Horns. I didn't believe it either, not until I was standing on the Texas Memorial Stadium field and a bunch of sweat-soaked kids in heaving pads were waving UCLA flags and dancing when five feet away — boom! — the Texas cheerleaders fired a cannon. Nobody jumped.
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November 21, 2010 | By Mike Hiserman, Los Angeles Times
Not since the Chicago Bears left after the 1970 NFL season had football been played at Wrigley Field. And now we know why. When Northwestern played host to Illinois on Saturday, both teams shared one sideline ? switching places after halftime ? and all offensive plays headed in the same direction, west. This might be how the game looks on a one-goal-post sandlot field, but it's unusual for a regular-season Big Ten Conference game. The Associated Press reported that the game looked like a "pigskin version of 'Groundhog Day.' " It was played that way because, after months of planning for the Wrigleyville Classic, Big Ten officials declared less than 36 hours before kickoff that there wasn't enough room between the east end zone and the brick wall in what is right field in the baseball configuration.
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October 9, 2010 | By Mike Hiserman
For the seventh consecutive year, Wisconsin earned Paul Bunyan's Axe ? the coveted keepsake of its 120-game football rivalry against Minnesota. Minnesota? Well, after a 41-23 loss, it had an axe to grind. Golden Gophers Coach Tim Brewster wasn't happy with Wisconsin's Bret Bielema , and he let the opposing coach know about it during their postgame handshake ? which ended when Brewster dramatically yanked his hand down and away from Bielema's grip. Brewster was hot because after Wisconsin had pushed its lead to 41-16 by scoring with 6 minutes 39 seconds to play, Bielema ordered the Badgers to go for a two-point conversion.
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August 10, 2000 | Associated Press
Three Oregon State football players have been suspended for the first three games of the season for their roles in an off-campus fight. Receivers Alton "Junior" Adams, James Newson and Robert Prescott will miss games against Eastern Washington, New Mexico and San Diego State and will return for the Sept. 30 game against USC. All are charged with third-degree assault as are two others--cornerback Dennis Weathersby and linebacker Noah Happe--who were not suspended.
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November 1, 2012
 Los Angeles Times college football writers Gary Klein, Chris Foster and Chris Dufresne preview the week's happenings in college football every Thursday. Check out the live discussion above for their take.      
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December 21, 2010
BEEF 'O' BRADY'S BOWL Southern Mississippi vs. Louisville When: Tuesday Where: St. Petersburg, Fla. Time: 5 p.m. PST TV: ESPN About Southern Miss (8-4, 5-3 C-USA Conference USA): The Golden Eagles were arguably one of the most balanced and talented teams in Conference USA this season, but a 50-49 double overtime loss at Alabama Birmingham cost Southern Miss the Western Division title and a chance to play for the league championship.
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October 25, 2012 | By Dan Loumena
  Times UCLA writer Chris Foster, USC writer Gary Klein and national college football columnist Chris Dufresne gave an update on the season in a live Google+ Hangout today. Their chats are featured on the Sports Now blog each Thursday, usually at 11:30 a.m., if you want to catch them live. Among the topics covered: --The panel addresses, in a lively debate, the Trojans switching players' numbers during a game against Colorado to gain an advantage on special teams and possibly to try to confuse upcoming opponents.
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September 28, 2011 | Chris Dufresne
Alabama versus Louisiana State is like Romney and Perry: It's going to get settled. You say LSU has (Coach) Les, I say 'Bama has (A.D.) Moore. And it's OK to have OK at No. 3. Alabama and LSU are headed toward a Nov. 5 Southeastern Conference showdown in Tuscaloosa; broadcasters Lundquist and Danielson, right then and there, might claim a sixth straight national title for CBS/SEC. Florida notches up only one spot this week but lurks ominously with upcoming games against Alabama and LSU. Poll watchers ask: Where's Michigan?
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