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Spring spotlights battles, off-field issues and new stars

With spring ball underway, here are the 10 things we've learned so far

NCAA president 'anxiously' eyes Indiana law

NCAA president Mark Emmert said Monday he's keeping a close eye on possible changes -- if not a total repeal -- to a new Indiana law that could allow businesses to discriminate against gays and lesbians before it is scheduled to go into effect in July.

Sooners suspend Ford for multiple violations

Oklahoma Sooners running back Keith Ford has been indefinitely suspended for academic and team rules violations, coach Bob Stoops confirmed Monday.

Alabama kicks Taylor off team following arrest

Alabama Crimson Tide defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor has been dismissed from the team after he was arrested again on domestic violence charges in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Alabama DB Smith arrested on DUI charge

Alabama defensive back Geno Smith was arrested and charged with driving under the influence early Saturday morning, according to the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office website.

Sources: Tucson, Little Rock pursuing bowls

Tucson will apply for a new bowl game this season, while Little Rock has "strong interest" in also adding a game, sources tell ESPN.

A. Manning leaving CFP selection committee

Archie Manning is leaving the College Football Playoff selection committee and will be replaced by former Vanderbilt coach Bobby Johnson.

Vandy QB Robinette quits game, cites health

Vanderbilt quarterback Patton Robinette has decided to end his playing career, citing health concerns and his desire to enter med school.

Bling kings: Buckeyes get 1st of 3 title rings

Ohio State football players received their College Football Playoff championship rings on Friday morning, the first of three rings that the school will give the players.

Report: Man guilty of killing assistant coach

The man accused of fatally shooting a Missouri Southern assistant football coach has been convicted of first-degree murder.

Wrightsman Cooling