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Even at training camp, Dalvin Cook gets to celebrate his college graduation
The Vikings Pro Bowler and Florida State record holder is now a college graduate.
The history behind Texas' and Oklahoma's move to the SEC -- and why it's happening now
The power play by Texas and Oklahoma to leave the Big 12 for the SEC brought back lots of bad memories and hurt feelings that date all the way back to the Southwest Conference days.
NCAA set to reform governance of college sports
The NCAA board of governors is hoping to address the institution's governance of collegiate athletics at a constitutional convention in November with the goal of launching dramatic reform as early as January.
Texas, Oklahoma regents accept SEC invitation
The board of regents in Texas and Oklahoma unanimously voted to accept the SEC's invitation to join the conference after their current contract with the Big 12 ends.
College football realignment tracker: Biggest questions and next steps for each conference
Texas and Oklahoma have officially notified the SEC they're seeking an invitation for membership beginning July 1, 2025. So what does this mean for conference realignment as a whole? Our reporters break it down.
How the Oklahoma and Texas move to the SEC affects College Football Playoff expansion
College Football playoff expansion was all the talk of the offseason until Oklahoma and Texas spurned the Big 12 for the SEC. Now the two storylines are intertwined with the 2021 season less than a month away.
College football transfer portal - Chain reaction for each offensive position
How did McKenzie Milton's transfer impact both UCF and FSU? How did other teams replace key transfers on offense?
Sankey: Realignment shouldn't impact CFP plans
SEC commissioner Greg Sankey told ESPN he expects to continue to be able to work with the Big 12's Bob Bowlsby on the CFP's management committee in spite of what has become an obviously fractured relationship.
SEC officially invites Texas, OU to join conference
The SEC voted unanimously to invite Texas and Oklahoma to join the conference, and the two schools could officially accept the offer as soon as Friday.
Answering the biggest questions for Texas, Oklahoma and what comes next
Our reporters break down what we know and what questions remain.