MADISON, Wis. Three Wisconsin students have been charged in an attack on Badgers running back Montee Ball.
Wendell Venerable, Robert Wilks and Deonte Wilson appeared in Dane County Circuit Court on Monday.
A criminal complaint says Ball was kicked and punched Aug. 1 as he walked in Madison.
Witnesses reportedly told investigators they heard the attackers say they planned to target football players in retaliation for a fight at a party at which one of them was hurt.
Tulane Seriously injured safety Devon Walker will be moved to a new facility within two days as he continues therapy for his fractured spine, officials said.
Walker's family has asked Tulane not to release details on whether Walker is able to move certain parts of his body.
LSU A bomb threat that led officials to evacuate the campus forced coach Les Miles to cancel practice for the second time in a month. Hurricane Isaac caused the other cancellation.
South Carolina The Southeastern Conference suspended free safety D.J. Swearinger for one game after his hit on a defenseless Alabama-Birmingham receiver.
Tennessee Free safety Brian Randolph, the Volunteers' leading tackler, will miss the rest of the season after tearing an ACL during a 37-20 loss to No. 14 Florida.
Missouri Quarterback James Franklin (shoulder) says there's a 90 percent chance he'll start this week at South Carolina.
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