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P.J. Walker has thrown three touchdown and 10 interceptions since mid-October.
James Franklin does regular check-ins to make sure his players are staying on an even keel.
Matt Rhule made it abundantly clear that becoming bowl eligible is the team's top priority.
Mike Kern: A handful of contending teams can't afford to slip up late in the season.
James Franklin was frustrated and summoned the team's captains to his office.
John Robertson was named the CAA Offensive Player of the Year.
With no upsets in games last weekend, top four positions of the poll remain unchanged.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Kentucky coach John Calipari found much to like about the box score of yet another blowout win, taking particular satisfaction in his team's playing time.
No. 3 Arizona hung on to win its first close game of the season, beating Kansas State 72-68 Tuesday.
No. 7 Texas rolled over Saint Francis, 78-46, on Tuesday night.
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