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Mayfield headlines AP All-America team

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No. 2 Oklahoma will bring three All-Americans to the College Football Playoff.

Quarterback Baker Mayfield, offensive tackle Orlando Brown and tight end Mark Andrews of Oklahoma were selected to the Associated Press All-America team, giving the Sooners more players on the first team than any school. The All-America team, which dates to 1925 and was selected this season by a panel of 17 Top 25 voters, was released Monday.

Four of the top five vote-getters for the Heisman Trophy made the first team, including the runaway winner Mayfield. Stanford's Bryce Love, the Heisman runner-up, and San Diego State's Rashaad Penny, the nation's leading rusher and fifth-place finisher for the Heisman, were the first-team running backs. Penn State's Saquon Barkley, who finished fourth in the Heisman voting, made the team as an all-purpose player.

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No. 21 Wash. St. dismisses top WR Martin

PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) No. 21 Washington State has dismissed leading receiver Tavares Martin Jr. from the team for violation of team rules.

A school spokesman confirmed the move Sunday. Martin led the Cougars with 70 receptions and nine touchdowns during the regular season as Washington State went 9-3 and earned a spot in the Holiday Bowl. He was named second-team all-Pac-12 by the AP.

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OU's Mayfield wins Heisman in landslide

NEW YORK (AP) Baker Mayfield took a unique road to the Heisman Trophy, a long and winding climb from walk-on to one of the most accomplished players to ever play college football.

The brash, flag-planting Oklahoma quarterback became the sixth Sooner to the win Heisman on Saturday night in one of the most lopsided votes in the 83-year history of the award.

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Army posts second straight win over Navy

PHILADELPHIA (AP) Just when you thought Army-Navy couldn't get any more intense, it snowed.

Then 60 minutes of bruising football came down to squinting through that snow to see where a long field goal attempt would land.

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Missouri gives Odom 2-year extension

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) Missouri coach Barry Odom has been given a two-year contract extension through the 2022-23 season.

Odom's salary will remain at $2.35 million annually for the additional two years, though he was also given a ticket-based incentive - with 20 percent of any home revenue above $11.7 million going to the second-year coach.

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Army: Bradshaw sex assault case closed

PHILADELPHIA (AP) The U.S. Military Academy says sexual assault allegations against Army quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw were proved to be unfounded and the case is closed.

The academy released a statement Saturday, a day after the Daily Beast published a story in which former cadet Madeline Lewis said Bradshaw raped her in 2014.

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Iowa LB Jewell wins Lott IMPACT Trophy

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (AP) Josey Jewell of Iowa has won the Lott IMPACT Trophy as the college defensive player having the biggest influence on his team.

The other finalists were Micah Kiser of Virginia, Harrison Phillips of Stanford and Minkah Fitzpatrick of Alabama.

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Texas hires TCU's Del Conte as AD

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) Chris Del Conte is leaving TCU to take over the University of Texas' athletic department.

The surprise move was announced Saturday by Texas President Greg Fenves, and Del Conte will start his new job Monday. He succeeds Mike Perrin, who was hired in 2015 after former athletic director Steve Patterson was forced out after less than two years.

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Oregon promotes OC Cristobal to coach

Oregon assistant Mario Cristobal was officially promoted to head coach a year to the day after Willie Taggart was introduced.

Taggart bolted Tuesday for the top job at Florida State, and Cristobal - the co-offensive coordinator and offensive line coach - was named interim coach for the Las Vegas Bowl. But after a groundswell of support from the players, that interim label was removed on Friday.

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Robinson done with Gators due to heart

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) Receiver James Robinson's playing days are over at Florida because of a heart condition.

The Gators announced Friday that the freshman, one of the state's top recruits last February, will not be medically cleared to return. Florida did not provide details about Robinson's diagnosis.

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