Heisman presentation tonight...Army faces Navy, again...New job for Muschamp...NFL notes

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NEW YORK (AP) — Who will win the Heisman Trophy this year? The answer will be known this evening as the three finalists take part in the made-for-TV presentation. The finalists are Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota (mar-ee-OH'-tah), Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon and Alabama receiver Amari Cooper.

BALTIMORE (AP) — One of the top rivalries in college football is resuming today in Baltimore. It's Army-Navy and today's game is just the latest in a long line of games dating back to 1890. Navy checks in with a record of 6-5 while Army is 4-7.

AUBURN, Ala. (AP) — Former Florida football coach Will Muschamp is back in business. Just 13 days after being dismissed by the Gators he has accepted the job of defensive coordinator with Auburn. He has agreed to a three-year contract and replaces the fired Ellis Johnson.

CLEVELAND (AP) — The Cleveland Browns have waived kicker Billy Cundiff and replaced him with Garrett Hartley. Cundiff missed a 40-yard field goal in last Sunday's 25-24 loss to the Colts. Hartley most recently kicked for the Saints.

CHICAGO (AP) — Linebacker Darryl Sharpton has been placed on injured reserve by the Chicago Bears. He is suffering from a hamstring injury. To replace Sharpton on the roster the Bears have elevated quarterback David Fales from the practice squad to the active roster.

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