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Jimbo Fisher sends a message, dismissing De'Andre Johnson from Florida State

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Gone. Hours after video of the incident was released, Florida State quarterback De'Andre Johnson was dismissed from the team. Johnson had already been suspended indefinitely following reports that he had punched a woman in a bar back in May. He is currently facing a charge of misdemeanor battery.

I'm sure family dinner is fun right now. Laremy Tunsil's stepfather, the one Tunsil punched in the face, is now alleging that violations took place during the monster tackle's recruitment to Ole Miss. He's already spoken to NCAA investigators, so I'm sure we'll hear more about this.

Speaking of the NCAA. Alabama self-reported 13 secondary violations. Nothing major, just a reminder of how incredibly silly NCAA rules are.


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Hook em. Year two of the Charlie Strong era at Texas will likely feature a good defense yet again, but the offense will continue to be a problem unless Tyrone Swoopes has a breakthrough, or Jerrod Heard can take the job by the horns (get it?!).

At long last. On Monday, Michigan joined the growing list of teams dumping adidas as their uniform manufacturer, opting to go with Nike. The Wolverines will have another year of adidas gear before joining up with the swoosh in 2016.

Disappointment ahead? Expectations are starting to mount for USC, but considering their run over the past few years, what happens if the Trojans fail to meet them?

"Sandstorm" is bad, pt. 812837129837. Texas A&M had to reinforce a section of Kyle Field after the dance song made the south stands shake up and down.