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CFP top 10 unchanged for first time

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The College Football Playoff rankings held steady at the top, with Alabama, Clemson, Notre Dame and Michigan an unchanged first four from last week.

The third rankings of the season were drama-free Tuesday night after every top-10 team won last weekend. In fact, the selection committee's entire top 10 stayed the same, the first time that has happened in the five seasons since the CFP was born.

With three weekends left until the final selections are made on Dec. 2, Georgia was fifth and Oklahoma was sixth. LSU, Washington State, West Virginia and Ohio State rounded out the top 10.

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Auburn star DE Coe out vs. Liberty

AUBURN, Ala. (AP) Auburn defensive end Nick Coe will miss Saturday's game against Liberty with an unspecified injury.

Tigers coach Gus Malzahn said Tuesday that Coe has "got kind of a wrist-type situation." He says he's not ready to speculate on Coe's status for the regular season finale against No. 1 Alabama.

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Maryland loses QB Hill for season

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) During a harsh season in which the Maryland football team has been forced to deal with an array of setbacks - none worse than the death of player Jordan McNair - the Terrapins have repeatedly showed their resiliency.

With No. 9 Ohio State next on the schedule, Maryland has yet another obstacle to overcome. Interim coach Matt Canada announced Tuesday that starting quarterback Kasim Hill tore the ACL in his left knee during last week's game at Indiana, making this the second straight season he's had cut short by an ACL tear.

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TCU DT Broadnax out with medical issue

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) TCU starting senior defensive tackle Joseph Broadnax isn't expected to play again because of an undisclosed medical condition initially discovered during a preseason screening.

Coach Gary Patterson said Tuesday that he couldn't elaborate but that an MRI during the summer found something in the early stages that was OK then. But the 6-foot, 294-pound Broadnax didn't play Saturday at West Virginia after showing signs related to the condition, including weakness in his arm.

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USC dismisses LB Jones for violations

LOS ANGELES (AP) Southern California linebacker Levi Jones has been dismissed from the team for an undisclosed violation of team rules.

Coach Clay Helton announced Jones' departure from the Trojans after practice Tuesday night.

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TE Fant quiet in Hawkeyes' losing streak

Iowa junior tight end Noah Fant is one of the most talented players that Kirk Ferentz has ever coached in his 20 years.

So why isn't Iowa (6-4, 3-4 Big Ten) getting Fant the ball more?

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Oklahoma dismisses OL Moore

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) Offensive lineman Tramonda Moore has been dismissed from No. 6 Oklahoma for violating team rules.

The school made the announcement in a news release Tuesday.

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Resurgent Jackets seek bowl eligibility

ATLANTA (AP) Georgia Tech was headed for a dismal season.

Suddenly, it looks a lot more promising.

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MacIntyre, Buffs look to end 5-game skid

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) Colorado coach Mike MacIntyre carried a framed picture under his arm as he entered the room.

His art work: A buffalo walking into a storm.

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Ex-MSU employee files lawsuit

EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) Former Michigan State football employee Curtis Blackwell has filed a lawsuit claiming his employment agreement was violated when he was disciplined while the school addressed sexual assault allegations against three players in 2017.

Coach Mark Dantonio is named as a defendant in the suit, which was filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Michigan. Lou Anna Simon and Mark Hollis, the school's president and athletic director when Blackwell was there, are also defendants in the suit, along with two university police detectives. The school had no comment on the suit Tuesday night.

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