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Oregon TE McCormick out rest of season

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EUGENE, Ore. (AP) Oregon tight end Cam McCormick will miss the rest of the season with an ankle injury.

McCormick dressed and participated in warmups before the Ducks' games against Nevada and last week against Montana but did not play. He was hampered by the injury throughout preseason camp.

"We have tried. Cam's got a tremendous heart, he's a hard worker. I know he's been through a lot and he's been pushing trying to get there but due to the nature of the injury he's going to be fine. But it is best - in his best interest, in the best interest of the team - that he have this year to heal up and then come back and join us next season and in spring ball with the offseason workouts," Ducks coach Mario Cristobal said at Monday's media availability.


Alabama DE Ray out at least 1 game

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) Alabama defensive end LaBryan Ray will be sidelined for at least one game with a foot injury.

Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban said Monday that Ray is undergoing more testing and it's "undetermined how long" he'll be out. He says Ray won't play in the second-ranked Tide's game against Southern Miss on Saturday.


Orgeron: LSU S Harris done for year

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) LSU coach Ed Orgeron says safety Todd Harris has been ruled out for the remainder of the season because of an injury during the fourth-ranked Tigers' 65-14 victory over Northwestern State.

While LSU has not disclosed specifics about Harris' condition, he had ice wrapped around his right knee when he left Saturday night's game in Tiger Stadium.


Pitt's Narduzzi: 'No regrets' over call

PITTSBURGH (AP) Pittsburgh coach Pat Narduzzi knows his decision to attempt a field goal instead of going for it on fourth down at the goal line late in a 17-10 loss to Penn State on Saturday will be talked about for years with the rivalry taking an indefinite break.

Yet Narduzzi is adamant he did the right thing, insisting Monday he did what he felt would give his team the best chance to pull off the upset.


Fenway Park bowl game to start in 2020

BOSTON (AP) Add another bowl game to the mix, this one at Fenway Park.

The century-old baseball park will host a matchup between teams from the Atlantic Coast Conference and the American Athletic Conference, starting in 2020. The date for the Fenway Bowl is expected to be announced on Tuesday.


3 key Longhorns likely back vs. OK St.

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) The Texas Longhorns got a boost Monday when coach Tom Herman said three injured starters will likely play this week in the Big 12 opener against Oklahoma State.

Senior wide receiver Collin Johnson (hamstring), senior center Zach Shackelford (foot) and sophomore linebacker Joseph Ossai (shoulder) missed all or part of last week's 48-13 win over Rice.


No. 7 Irish set to visit No. 3 Georgia

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) Brian Kelly sensed his No. 7 Notre Dame team had a little extra bounce in its step Sunday morning and it wasn't because of its 66-14 victory over New Mexico 16 hours before.

Playing a nationally televised game this Saturday night at No. 3 Georgia will do that for you.


Cal, ASU give Pac-12 six teams in Top 25

California and Arizona State moved into the AP Top 25 college football poll to give the Pac-12 six ranked teams, the most for the conference in almost four years.

A weekend filled with blowouts left the top half of the AP media poll presented by Regions Bank mostly unchanged.


Pac-12 owns up to error in ASU win

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The Pac-12 Conference acknowledged an officiating error on the last play of Arizona State's 10-7 victory at Michigan State on Saturday.

The conference said Sunday night that the Sun Devils should have been called for leaping on Michigan State's missed field goal attempt as time expired.


Florida's Franks injures leg in win

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) Initially stunned by seeing Feleipe Franks lying in pain on the turf, Florida players soon swarmed the cart carrying him to uplift him - and then each other.

The No. 9 Gators then regrouped behind backup Kyle Trask to overwhelm Kentucky for an emotional victory.

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