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Washington State inks Leach through 2024

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PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) Washington State coach Mike Leach has agreed in principle to a one-year contract extension that could keep him at the school through the 2024 season.

Leach will be paid $4 million for each year of the five-year contract, school officials said. He will also receive a one-time retention bonus of $750,000 following the 2020 season.

Leach is in his eighth season at Washington State and has led the Cougars to a school-record five consecutive bowl games, though they stumbled to a 6-6 record this year. Leach's 55 wins with the Cougars rank him third in program history.

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Fresno State coach Tedford stepping down

Fresno State football coach Jeff Tedford is stepping down from the job after three seasons at his alma mater.

A person familiar with the decision says the 58-year-old Tedford will resign from his job. The person spoke on condition of anonymity Thursday night because the decision has not been announced.

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OSU QB Fields OK for Big Ten title game

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) Justin Fields’ first real hero moment came in the third quarter last Saturday, a display of toughness destined to live in the lore of the Ohio State-Michigan game.

The first-year starter who had led the Buckeyes to a perfect record went down and couldn’t get up after a teammate rolled onto his left leg. Ohio State fans held their breath.

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CFP spot on line for Utah vs. Oregon

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) The Pac-12 championship game has largely been an afterthought for the rest of the country the past two seasons with the conference mostly out of contention when it comes to the all-important College Football Playoff.

That will be far from the case this year when there will be plenty of focus on how No. 5 Utah fares against No. 13 Oregon on Friday night and whether the Utes are worthy of being one of the top four teams in the country.

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Tagovailoa continues weighing options

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) Tua Tagovailoa said being assured he'd likely remain a high NFL draft pick could make “the biggest decision of my life" a little easier.

The Alabama quarterback is still weighing his options and going through rehab for the right hip injury that ended his junior season - and potentially his career with the 11th-ranked Crimson Tide. Once regarded as a potential No. 1 overall pick, Tagovailoa said Thursday that if he feels he'll still be a Top 10 or 15 pick, that might be too tempting to stick around.

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Louisville's Satterfield top ACC coach

GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) Louisville's Scott Satterfield is the Atlantic Coast Conference's coach of the year.

In voting results announced Thursday, Satterfield received 23 of a possible 60 votes, with 17 votes for Virginia's Bronco Mendenhall and 15 for Clemson's Dabo Swinney.

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USC retains Helton after 8-4 season

LOS ANGELES (AP) Southern California has decided to retain Clay Helton, extending the head coach’s improbable 4 ½-year tenure atop the West Coast’s winningest college football program.

New athletic director Mike Bohn announced the decision four days after the No. 24 Trojans (8-4, 7-2 Pac-12) missed out on a trip to the conference title game when they finished one game behind No. 5 Utah in the Pac-12 South.

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Clemson RB Etienne again named ACC POY

GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) Clemson running back Travis Etienne is once again the Atlantic Coast Conference's player of the year and North Carolina's Sam Howell is the league's top rookie.

The ACC on Wednesday announced its individual awards as determined by a panel of 46 media members and 14 head coaches.

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OSU's Hubbard is Big 12 Player of Year

IRVING, Texas (AP) NCAA rushing leader Chuba Hubbard from Oklahoma State has been named the Big 12 offensive player of the year, and conference sacks leader James Lynch from Baylor the top defensive player.

The awards, as determined by a vote of the league's 10 coaches, was released Wednesday.

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Coach Bobo steps down at Colorado State

Mike Bobo has agreed to step down as football coach at Colorado State after a second straight losing season.

The move was announced Wednesday by athletic director Joe Parker.

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