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ACC no longer part of Emerald Bowl

The Emerald Bowl renewed its agreement with the Pac-10 but no longer will have an ACC team in the game in San Francisco starting next season.

The bowl announced Thursday that it signed a four-year deal with the Pac-10. The Emerald Bowl will have the sixth pick in the conference. The other team in the game will come from the Western Athletic Conference, Army or Navy.

Taylor, FAMU winCurtis Pulley was 17-of-21 for 209 yards and three touchdowns as Florida A&M (2-0, 2-0 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference), in its second year under ex- Hampton University coach Joe Taylor, beat host Winston-Salem State 34-10.

Cox to start for GeorgiaSenior quarterback Joe Cox will start against South Carolina on Saturday.

Associate athletic director Claude Felton told the Athens (Ga.) Banner-Herald that Cox would start. Offensive coordinator Mike Bobo texted the Atlanta Journal- Constitution: "Joe is the starter."

Sophomore quarterback Logan Gray reportedly had been considered to start, due to an arm issue that limited Cox's repetitions this week.

Michigan injuriesMichigan senior Brandon Minor, a former Varina High star from Richmond who led the Wolverines with 533 yards last season, is listed as probable on the injury report. He sat out the season opener against Western Michigan with an ankle injury but practiced this week. But receiver Junior Hemingway, who led Michigan with five receptions for 103 yards and two touchdowns last week against Western Michigan, is questionable with an ankle injury.

No big changes for PackDespite the N.C. State offense's struggles in a 7-3 loss to South Carolina, coach Tom O'Brien didn't make any lineup changes heading into Saturday's 6 p.m. home game against Murray State.

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