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Winston shines at FSU pro day

Jameis Winston, the potential No. 1 overall pick, drew coaches from all 32 NFL teams to Florida State's pro day.

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MAC won't hold championships in Indiana

The Mid-American Conference is the latest to take a stand against the state of Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

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3 ex-Toledo players sentenced in bribery case

Three former football players at the University of Toledo were sentenced to probation Tuesday for their roles in a sports bribery scheme at the Ohio school, including a running back who made the first contact with a Detroit-area gambler.

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Alabama Dismisses Jonathan Taylor (3:06)

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Top-10 player spring update: TCU

Trevone Boykin, Davion Pierson head list of the Big 12 co-champs' 10 best players right now.

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Winston: I've learned from my mistakes
NFL 

"I haven't changed at all. I've grown," Jameis Winston told SportsCenter. "I've grown into the person I am now, the young man that I am now. And my actions have to speak [to that]. ... At the end of the day, all my mistakes make me a better person. I get to learn from that."

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A first for Florida State?
NFL 

If Jameis Winston is picked in the first round of this year's draft, Florida State will become the first school in the Common Draft era (since 1967) to see three of its QBs taken in the 1st round in the span of five drafts.

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NFL 

Winston finds comfort in the pocket
College Football 

Jameis Winston attempted 90.4 percent of his passes from the pocket during his college career, while 80.3 percent of Marcus Mariota's pass attempts came from inside the pocket.

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College Football 

Fisher big on Winston's work ethic

Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher, center, talks with Buccaneers coach Lovie Smith, left, and GM Jason Licht during Florida State's pro day. Fisher on his ex-QB Jameis Winston: "He's the type of guy that goes to the park at 8 a.m. and doesn't leave until night."

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Grading Jameis Winston's pro day
NFL 

Chris Mortensen notes that the QB fixed some of the flaws that dogged him in past seasons, while Todd McShay adds: "They tried to purposely make this workout difficult for him."

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Life after Jameis
College Football 

Most eyes are on Jameis Winston's future, but the Seminoles are also looking at who will succeed him next season.

College Football 

LSU still looking for a QB
College Football 

Coach Les Miles: "I would like to have already made the decision because that would mean I’ve got Brett Favre or Tim Tebow or somebody like that but it takes some time for those guys to grow up. We’re going to allow that to happen." QB competition heats up

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Williams wants to go at top of draft

At USC's pro day, two-time 1st-team All-American DE Leonard Williams said he wants to go No. 1 overall, but he's a big fan of the Titans coaches, which have the No. 2 pick.

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Jared Shanker @JShankerESPN

On one of few slip ups Jameis Winston had throwing today, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin turned, grabbed Winston's father + said not to worry

Winston a team player at pro day

ESPN's Pat Yasinskas: "What surprised and impressed me most was Winston's demeanor -- before, during and after the workout. Although other position groups started more than two hours before Winston was scheduled to throw, he was out on the field with his teammates."

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Pro day key player: CB Byron Jones
College Football 

UConn's pro day was today, another chance for scouts to get another look at CB Byron Jones, who beat a world record in his broad jump at the combine. He ran an unofficial 4.36 40 today. He jumped up to No. 32 (Patriots) in Todd McShay's 4.0 mock draft released Monday.

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College Football 

Bama player arrested on pot charge
College Football 

Alabama running back Tyren Jones was charged today with possession of marijuana 2nd degree and released on $1,000 bond, according to Tuscaloosa police. Jones is the third Crimson Tide football player arrested in four days.

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College Football 

Leaders emerging for Oregon
College Football 

Oregon didn't let a title game loss or Marcus Mariota's departure get them down, as coach Mark Helfrich saw "the energy and the attitude he was looking for" in the Ducks' spring practice.

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Jared Shanker @JShankerESPN

Asked why the Bucs should take him No. 1, Jameis Winston said its because he's the best player in the draft

Ohio State adds fire to Michigan rivalry
College Football 

There's no offseason in the rivalry between Ohio State and Michigan. The latest jab comes courtesy of the Buckeyes: a maize-and-blue fire hydrant ... located in a dog-walking area. (via Eleven Warriors)

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College Football 

Spartan Basketball @MSU_Basketball

MSU is the 13th school to finish in AP Top 5 in football and go to a Final 4 in the same athletic season (1st since Fla. & Ohio St in 06-07)

USC AD protests Indiana law
College Football 

Pat Haden joined NCAA prez Mark Emmert in opposing the newly passed "religious freedom" law that could come into effect in July. Tweeted Haden: "I am the proud father of a gay son. In his honor, I will not be attending the CFP committee meeting in Indy this week. #EmbraceDiversity."

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College Football 

Grading Winston's performance

Jameis Winston threw about 100 passes over nearly 45 minutes today at Florida State's pro day. His grades:

  • Todd McShay: "I thought by his standards [he earned] a B."
  • Ron Jaworski: "B+ ... I thought he was really tight early on."

Ohio State WR needs surgery

Michael Thomas, the team's leading returning receiver, will have sports hernia surgery. Coach Urban Meyer said Thomas has been troubled by the injury since the title game, but is expected to be fully healed by the start of the season. Thomas had 799 yards and 9 TDs in 2014.