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SJSU S Miller recovering from stabbing

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SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) Authorities say a San Jose State football player is recovering Monday after being stabbed in a weekend off-campus fight.

The Mercury News reports ( ) that university officials identified the victim as junior Chad Miller.

He started three games at safety for the Spartans last season.


Ex-'Bama coach Stallings suffers stroke

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) Former Alabama football coach Gene Stallings says he's recovering from a stroke.

Stallings told Alabama news outlets in telephone interviews from his home in Paris, Texas, that it happened Thursday.


Ex-Duke QB Sirk headed to East Carolina

GREENVILLE, N.C. (AP) East Carolina has added three graduate transfers from Power Five schools - including coach Scottie Montgomery's old quarterback at Duke.

Montgomery on Friday announced the signings of quarterback Thomas Sirk, running back Tyshon Dye of Clemson and defensive lineman Gaelin Elmore of Minnesota. All can play immediately and have one year of eligibility remaining.


App. State gives Satterfield 5-year deal

BOONE, N.C. (AP) Appalachian State has given football coach Scott Satterfield a new five-year contract through 2021.

School officials announced the deal Friday, a day after it was approved by the University of North Carolina Board of Governors. Terms were not disclosed. The school's board of trustees approved the contract in March.


Gators' Callaway faces marijuana charge

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) Florida receiver Antonio Callaway, the team's top playmaker, is facing a marijuana possession charge.

According to court documents posted Thursday, Callaway was cited for misdemeanor marijuana possession (fewer than 20 grams) last weekend in Gainesville.


CBS to keep Army-Navy game through 2028

CBS will remain the TV home of the Army-Navy football game through 2028.

CBS Sports and the service academies on Thursday announced a 10-year agreement that extends the network's media rights deal for the annual football rivalry game. The Army-Navy game has been aired on CBS every year since 1996.


New Baylor suit: Rape video, dog fights

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) A new federal lawsuit against Baylor University alleges football players routinely recorded gang rapes and staged dog fights during hazing parties in a program that fostered sexual violence.

A former Baylor volleyball player, identified as Jane Doe in the lawsuit, alleges she was raped by four or more players after being taken from a party where she may have been drugged in 2012. Her lawsuit, filed Tuesday, alleges the players later burglarized her apartment and harassed her and her family until she left school the next year.

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