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Status of Michigan QB Patterson in limbo

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) Shea Patterson has impressed Michigan coaches and teammates over the last month, making plays with both his arm and feet.

When the former Mississippi quarterback goes under center for the Wolverines on Tuesday as they wrap up spring practice, his status with his new school will still be in limbo .

Two days later, Michigan's team will travel to Paris. By the time the Wolverines return to campus in early May, the NCAA may have granted Patterson a waiver to play immediately instead of sitting out the season after transferring. Or not.

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Former Clemson TE Cunningham dies at 63

CLEVELAND (AP) Bennie Cunningham, a versatile tight end who starred at Clemson and won two Super Bowls with the Pittsburgh Steelers, has died. He was 63.

The university says Cunningham died of cancer Monday at the Cleveland Clinic.

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Former Tar Heels DT Hardison dies at 61

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) Former North Carolina defensive tackle Dee Hardison, a member of the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame who played 11 seasons in the National Football League, has died. He was 61.

Tim Butler of Butler & Son Funeral Home in Clinton says Hardison died Saturday at UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill, where he had been hospitalized for several weeks.

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Hurts so-so, Tagovailoa misses Tide game

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) Alabama quarterback Jalen Hurts threw an easy interception into the hands of cornerback Trevon Diggs to put an end to the first-team offense's final drive of the annual A-Day spring game.

It was that kind of scrimmage for Hurts and his White team. Hurts completed 19 of 37 pass attempts for 195 yards and that one interception. More importantly, his offense was kept out of the end zone the entire game.

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Nebraska spring game a Frost lovefest

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) As always, Nebraska fans showed up in big numbers for the spring game.

The vibe was different this time.

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Dual-threat QB Fields debuts for Georgia

ATHENS, Ga. (AP) A crowd of more than 82,000 cheered when Justin Fields jogged onto the field for the first time at Sanford Stadium at Georgia's G-Day spring game on Saturday.

There were more reasons in the scrimmage to cheer for the freshman dual-threat quarterback who was the biggest name in Georgia's top-ranked signing class .

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Notre Dame defense improving under Lea

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) Defense is supposed to be one of the strengths of Notre Dame's 2018, with 10 returning starters.

So despite surrendering 913 yards on 123 plays in Saturday's spring game, Fighting Irish coach Brian Kelly showed little concern with the progress on that side of the ball.

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McSorley says PSU offense will roll on

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) Trace McSorley holds numerous Penn State passing records and will have more chances to add to his legacy with co-stars Saquon Barkley and Mike Gesicki gone.

But finding go-to teammates that can replace Barkley's and Gesicki's production - nearly 40 percent of the offense since 2015 - didn't top McSorley's priority list during spring practice. Instead, he spent the last month reminding his teammates on the offensive side of the ball that they still have plenty to prove.

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Kelly pleased with UCLA's progress

LOS ANGELES (AP) UCLA did not fly up and down the Drake Stadium field like a flock of Ducks on Saturday.

The Bruins showed little of the high-adrenaline fury expected from a Chip Kelly-coached team in the first spring showcase of his tenure in Westwood.

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QBs on display at Oregon's spring game

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) With Justin Herbert already set as Oregon's starting quarterback, some of the focus at the Ducks' spring game was on other positions.

Like his backup. And his receivers.

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