Atlantic Coast RUMORS & NEWS

  • Florida State LB Matthew Thomas expected to miss 3-4 months

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "It looks like Florida State’s injury woes from the spring could carry over into the fall. According to Noles247, Seminoles linebacker Matthew Thomas will be out another three or four months due to a shoulder injury. Thomas, a redshirt sophomore, missed most of spring practice after having..." May 23

  • Report: David Beckham, University of Miami president to discuss football-soccer stadium

    The Score "David Beckham may have found an unlikely partner in his quest for a Miami soccer stadium. Beckham is scheduled to meet with University of Miami president Donna Shalala on Friday about partnering on a soccer-football stadium, according to Michelle Kaufman of the Miami Herald." May 22

  • Syracuse clarifies that No. 44 will only be worn in a 'special circumstance'

    ESPN.com "Syracuse on Wednesday clarified its position on the use of the No. 44 a day after it received criticism -- including from Donovan McNabb -- after the announcement that a committee would pick players to again don the retired number. Senior vice president for public affairs Kevin Quinn told..." May 21

  • Syracuse un-retires famed 44, alum McNabb rips the move

    Fox Sports - College Football "The Syracuse football program on Tuesday ended months of speculation — and years of sometimes intense debate — by un-retiring the No. 44. The school made the announcement at a groundbreaking ceremony for Plaza 44, which will be constructed adjacent to the new Ensley Athletic Center. The plaza..." May 20

  • Report: Jimbo Fisher Did Not Promise Everett Golson Starting Job

    College Spun "It’s official – former Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson is transferring to Florida State. But that doesn’t necessarily mean he’s already won the starting job. In fact, as ESPN’s Brett McMurphy reports, Seminoles head coach Jimbo Fisher made sure to communicate to his newest signal-caller that..." May 20

  • Syracuse Football Has Unretired No. 44, Worn By Hall Of Famers Jim Brown, Floyd Little, Heisman Winner Ernie Davis

    College Spun "At Syracuse University, it is impossible to avoid the impact of the number 44. It is in the campus zip code and all phone numbers, and hangs from the rafters of the Carrier Dome. The number became famous at SU after being worn by a trio of running backs who made six All-American first teams..." May 19

  • Bah humbug! Clemson dismisses DE Ebenezer Ogunkedo

    College Football Talk "Clemson has reduced its roster by one. Sophomore defensive end Ebenezer Ogundeko has been dismissed by the program, the school and head coach Dabo Swinney announced Tuesday. The specific details for the dismissal are facts known only behind closed doors, so we are left with the fairly routine..." May 19

  • Granted UVa. release, Greyson Lambert to transfer from Hoos

    College Football Talk "Well this is certainly at least a somewhat mildly unexpected development. The high school coach of Greyson Lambert confirmed to 247Sports.com that his former player asked for and has been granted a release from his Virginia scholarship. Lambert’s intention is to transfer to another FBS..." May 19

  • Notre Dame transfer Everett Golson headed to Florida State

    Fox Sports "Everett Golson will transfer to Florida State, the former Notre Dame quarterback told FOX Sports Tuesday. Golson picked FSU after visiting Florida State as well as Georgia and Florida last week. "This past weekend has been a defining moment in my life as I am proud to say I am a graduate..." May 19

  • QB Everett Golson leaning toward joining Florida State; decision expected Monday

    Palm Beach Post "Everett Golson was impressed with Florida State during his visit this week and could be leaning toward spending his final his season in Tallahassee as a graduate transfer. Golson met with coach Jimbo Fisher on Monday, and Fisher is eager to add the former Notre Dame quarterback, according to..." May 16

  • BC football fans upset about ticket plan for Notre Dame at Fenway Park

    Boston Herald "Boston College loyalists who want to watch the next battle in their gridiron “Holy War” with Notre Dame this fall at Fenway Park are being asked to come up with $5,000 for the right to buy two $400 tickets — and they aren’t happy about it. “I’d have a better chance of seeing Notre Dame if I..." May 13

  • Bowden says SEC would have been too difficult for FSU to win national title

    College Football Talk "Oh, you thought Bobby Bowden‘s quotes about Jameis Winston (he thinks FSU fans would say Winston was an embarrassment to the university) were entertaining? Well how about this other nugget that was shared during a radio interview yesterday. When asked about Florida State’s old decision to not join..." May 13

  • Bobby Bowden thinks consensus among FSU fans is Winston was embarrassment

    College Football Talk "Fire up FSU Twitter (#FSUTwitter), because one Seminole icon has quite the spicy take on a more recent face of the program. Enter Bobby Bowden on Jameis Winston. The former head coach of Florida State was a guest on Paul Finebaum’s afternoon radio show when he made a bit of an eye-popping..." May 12

  • FSU, Alabama head Everett Golson's transfer wish list

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Notre Dame will not stand in the way of Everett Golson transferring to one of the schools on his wish list. According to ESPN.com, Notre Dame's compliance office won't block the quarterback's attempts to join any of the approximately 10 programs on the list he submitted. That group includes..." May 12

  • Ex-Tar Heel Chris Hawkins arrested in North Carolina sports agent probe

    ESPN.com "A former college football player has been arrested and charged with violating North Carolina's state sports agent law. Chris Hawkins faces a court appearance Tuesday afternoon in Orange County. According to arrest warrants made public Tuesday, Hawkins faces two charges of trying to induce..." May 12

  • Report: Florida State frontrunner for Notre Dame QB Everett Golson transfer

    Tomahawk Nation "Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson is transferring after failing to secure the starting job out of spring, losing out to Malik Zaire. Now a report from Steve Wiltfong and JC Shurburtt of 247sports says Florida State is the destination for the QB. "Barring a last-minute change of heart or any..." May 11

  • Report: Louisville, Purdue schedule neutral-site 2017 opener

    CBSSports.com "Louisville will reportedly open its 2017 season in Big Ten country. According to ESPN, the Cardinals will face off against Purdue in Indianapolis's Lucas Oil Stadium to kick off the 2017 season. The teams have met only once before, tying 22-22 in 1987 in West Lafayette, Indiana. The game..." May 06

  • Florida State ties 3-year NFL Draft record for total draft picks

    College Football Talk "Florida State has had 10 players selected in this year’s NFL Draft, putting the Seminoles in a tie for the most players drafted over a three-year period. One more Nole off the board and the record will be Florida State’s. The record is 28 players drafted over three years. Florida State now..." May 02

  • Miami offers three eighth-graders football scholarships

    College Football Talk "There is something to be said about the homework being done by the Miami Hurricanes and Al Golden. Of course, the homework being done by three recent players to receive scholarship offers from the Hurricanes happens to be middle school-level algebra and geography. Handing out scholarship offers..." April 30

  • Michigan State's Mark Scarpinato transfers to Pitt

    The Score "Mark Scarpinato has come out of retirement to continue his education at Pitt. Following the 2013 season, the Michigan State defensive lineman didn't suit up in order to focus on medical school. But it appears he had a change of heart, as he'll play one more season, but this time for the..." April 30

  • Wake Forest RB Tyler Henderson retires due to concussion

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "After one year of college football, Wake Forest running back Tyler Henderson announced his decision to retire due to health concerns. Henderson suffered a concussion midway through his true freshman season with the Demon Deacons and says he has yet to fully recover." April 28

  • FSU gets Winston accuser’s lawsuit moved from Orlando to Tallahassee

    College Football Talk "After seeking and failing to get a lawsuit filed against tossed, at least for now, Florida State has claimed one legal victory. The Associated Press reported Monday that the lawsuit filed against the university by Erica Kinsman, the former FSU student who accused Jameis Winston of raping her,..." April 28

  • Tennessee Transfer Dewayne Hendrix commits to Pitt

    Cardiac Hill "A clear focus for Pat Narduzzi and his staff so far on the recruiting trail has been to replenish the talent on the defensive side of the ball. While he made an impact in the 2015 class, he's looked to add even more. Tennessee defensive end transfer Dewayne Hendrix will be a part of that new..." April 28

  • P.J. Williams -- DUI Case Dismissed ... Over Dash Cam Fail

    TMZ.com "Top NFL draft prospect P.J. Williams -- a projected 1st round pick -- is officially OFF THE HOOK in his DUI case ... and it's all because the police dash cam MISSED a significant portion of the arrest. As we previously reported, the ex-Florida State University cornerback was busted on April..." April 27

  • Syracuse football RB commit Robert Washington wants to put Orange back in national spotlight

    Syracuse.com "Robert Washington heard from the college football blue bloods, perennial winners such as Alabama, Notre Dame and Ohio State throughout his recruitment process. But when it came time to announce his choice, the four-star SouthLake Christian (Huntersville, N.C.) Academy running back verbally..." April 27

  • Antonio Crawford says he’s transferring to West Virginia

    Palm Beach Post "Former Hurricanes cornerback Antonio Crawford apparently has a new home. On Saturday, an Instagram account under his name showed a photo in which he’s wearing a No. 4 West Virginia jersey, standing in front of a Mountaineers logo. “Just wanna thank the lord for blessing me with this amazing..." April 27

  • Source: FSU does not expect NCAA violation from Jameis Winston's hook-up incident at Publix

    Tallahassee Democrat "Florida State does not expect any NCAA violations to stem from the latest revelation in Jameis Winston's shoplifting incident, a source close to the program told the Tallahassee Democrat on Saturday. FSU athletic director Stan Wilcox, before being recognized on the school's campus Saturday for..." April 27

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    Ian Rapoport @RapSheet

    Pitt OT TJ Clemmings had a stress fracture in his foot discovered on a team visit, sources says. He didn’t feel pain, didn’t know it existed

  • Jimbo on Jameis' comments: 'If he says it is, I guess it is'

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Jimbo Fisher briefly addressed Jameis Winston's comments about the crab leg incident that the quarterback made on ESPN's "Draft Academy." Winston said he had a "hook up" with an employee at the Publix. Is that true? "If he says it is, I guess it is," Fisher said on the ACC teleconference on..." April 22

  • Defensive end Ty Linton leaving NC State football to pursue career as a pilot

    Backing the Pack "It's become an all-too-common story in college athletics: athlete commits to one school to play football, then opts to play baseball professionally instead, then comes back to football but decides to play for school's rival, then leaves said rival without ever playing a down for a career in..." April 22

  • Syracuse football DL Isaiah Johnson medically disqualified due to multiple concussions

    Syracuse.com "Syracuse junior defensive lineman Isaiah Johnson has been medically disqualified after suffering multiple concussions, SU Athletics announced on Tuesday. "Syracuse Athletics team physician Dr. James Tucker reviewed Johnson's concussion history and has medically disqualified Johnson from further..." April 22

  • FSU Trustee Concerned About ACC Being Left Out Of College Football Playoff, Wants Expansion To 8 Teams

    College Spun "We’ve only had one season with the four-team College Football Playoff, but there are already people at some big football schools that want to see an expansion of the field. Florida State finished the season undefeated, but was only the No. 3 seed in this year’s playoff, and FSU trustee Joe Gruters..." April 21

  • Patrick Skov to transfer from Stanford to Georgia Tech

    ESPN.com "Stanford senior fullback Patrick Skov has announced his intentions to play at Georgia Tech as a graduate transfer next season. "This was not an easy decision," he wrote on Twitter. "I am humbled and deeply appreciative of my four unforgettable years at Stanford, while at the same time excited..." April 21

  • REPORT: Miami to apply for immediate eligibility waiver for Gerald Willis III

    State of the U "Miami wants former 5-star DT recruit Gerald Willis III to suit up this year, and will apply for an immediate eligibility waiver in an effort to make that happen. As I'm sure you know, Miami is still looking for a difference maker at the DT position. We've continued to throw numbers at the..." April 21

  • FSU's Jimbo Fisher wants sideline-to-helmet communication in NCAA

    Fox Sports Florida "NFL coaches have been able to communicate with a quarterback on the field via a headset in the helmet since 1994. More than 20 years later, college football coaches are considering the option. "Last year was the first time we talked about getting that implemented into college football and I..." April 20

  • Ex-Duke kickoff specialist planning to finish career at Ohio State

    CBSSports.com "Duke kicker Jack Willoughby told the Duke Chronicle that he plans to finish his playing career at Ohio State. Willoughby, a graduate transfer after finishing degree, made an unofficial visit to Columbus on his way to seeing the basketball team play in the Final Four in Indianapolis. "I made..." April 17

  • Five-star Florida State recruit Malik Henry will enroll early

    Sporting News - NCAAF "One member of Florida State's top-rated recruiting class will arrive in Tallahassee early. Five-star quarterback recruit Malik Henry told Bleacher Report that he plans to be an early enrollee for the Seminoles. "I'm graduating early, so in a few months, I'll officially be a Seminole," said..." April 10

  • NFL Teams Have Inquired About Jimbo Fisher

    Sportsnaut "As one of the most successful college football coaches in the land, it’s not a surprise that Florida State’s Jimbo Fisher has received some inquiries about jumping to the NFL. Appearing on NBC Sports Radio’s PFT Live on Tuesday, Fisher confirmed that he has received some interest. I’ve had..." April 08

  • Jimbo Fisher: Coaching in NFL 'not my driving force'

    Tallahassee Democrat "Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher doesn't have his eyes set for a coaching job in the NFL. But "never say never." Fisher, during a segment Tuesday on NBCSports Radio's ProFootballTalk Live with Mike Florio, said he's "recently" had some inquiries from NFL teams for his services. "No, I..." April 07

  • Sean Maguire poised to earn Florida State quarterback job

    ESPN.com "As spring practice has gone on, it has become increasingly obvious that Sean Maguire will start for Florida State if he stays healthy. The distance between him and the other quarterbacks competing for the starting job continues to grow. When asked whether Maguire would be his starter, coach..." April 05

  • FSU safety Tyler Hunter out for spring as injuries continue to hinder Seminoles

    Tallahassee Democrat "Florida State starting safety Tyler Hunter will be out for "six weeks or so" after tearing the meniscus in his right knee, coach Jimbo Fisher confirmed after Saturday's practice. Hunter, a redshirt senior, brought a veteran voice to FSU's secondary, which has explored moving several players..." April 05

  • P.J. Williams told cops he “just wanted to go home” after DUI arrest

    Tallahassee Democrat "Former Florida State defensive back P.J. Williams was arrested and charged with driving under the influence early Friday morning in Tallahassee. Williams, whose full name is Kenneth Lamar Williams, was arrested shortly after 3 a.m. by the Florida State University Police Department after he made..." April 04

  • Possible first-round cornerback P.J. Williams busted for DUI

    Pro Football Talk "Well, Randy Gregory has some company on the “how to kill your draft stock” bench. According to Albert Breer and Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Florida State cornerback P.J. Williams was arrested for DUI this morning. Williams, who might have been a first-round pick, will now invite more..." April 03

  • Jimbo Fisher: Jameis Winston is victim of ‘character assassination’

    Larry Brown Sports "Jameis Winston is probably going to be taken with the first overall pick in the NFL draft next month. If not for the off-field questions surrounding the former Florida State star, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers would likely have nothing to think about. Winston’s former coach, Seminoles coach Jimbo..." March 30

  • Syracuse football DE Luke Arciniega granted two more years of eligibility by NCAA

    Syracuse.com "Luke Arciniega has been in a unique position this spring. With an NCAA medical redshirt request pending, the 6-foot-4, 240-pound linebacker-turning defensive end has been practicing with no guarantee of ever playing in a college football game again. But on Saturday, he posted a message on..." March 30

  • Jameis Winston accuser claims Florida State concealed information

    USA Today "Attorneys for Erica Kinsman, a former FSU student who accused quarterback Jameis Winston of raping her in December 2012, responded in a federal Title IX lawsuit Thursday to Florida State's motion to dismiss the case. The filing in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida..." March 27

  • Arizona, FSU potential landing spots for transferring ex-Irish center

    College Football Talk "After beginning his collegiate career in the Midwest, Matt Hegarty could be headed back West. Or down South. One of the two, probably. Earlier this month, Hegarty announced that he would be transferring from Notre Dame and playing his final season elsewhere. Last week, Hegarty visited..." March 26

  • Alex Bookser hopes versatility earns him starting job on Pitt line

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Pitt offensive lineman Alex Bookser isn’t picky about what position he plays. Tackle, guard, even center, Bookser is just trying to prove he belongs on the field. A week into spring practice, Bookser likely is one of the favorites to start at right guard this fall, a position vacant because..." March 25

  • Farmington LB Reese commits to Louisville

    Detroit Free Press "Farmington High School juniors David Reese and Dez Fitzpatrick will remain teammates beyond the fall of 2015 and into their college playing days. Reese recently became the second Falcons player to commit to the University of Louisville. Fitzpatrick made that choice late last year. A..." March 25

  • Florida State plans $79.5 million in upgrades to Doak Campbell

    CBSSports.com "College football these days isn't just about winning on the field but off the field as well. Programs across the country are in a constant race to upgrade their facilities to compete with one another, and Florida State is certainly no exception. While the Seminoles have experienced plenty of..." March 22

  • Notre Dame transfer Matt Hegarty to visit Florida State

    CBSSports.com "In 2014 Matt Hegarty was on the wrong end of a 31-27 Florida State win over Notre Dame. Now it seems he could be considering that sage, old advice "if you can't beat them, join them." Hegarty announced earlier in March that he would be transferring from Notre Dame after graduating this spring,..." March 19

  • Tennessee, Pitt to meet in 2021, 2022 home-and-home series

    CBSSports.com "A frequent criticism of the SEC's nonconference scheduling habits is that its teams rarely venture outside the league footprint until bowl season -- and thanks to its many Southern bowl tie-ins (New Orleans, Orlando, Tampa, etc.), often not even then. But the one school that's always been exempt..." March 18

  • Syracuse wide receiver Quinta Funderburk granted release by school, looking to transfer

    Syracuse.com "Syracuse wide receiver Quinta Funderburk has been granted his release by the university and is looking to transfer to use his final season of eligibility. Funderburk's high school coach at Oscar Smith in Virginia, Richard Morgan, said Tuesday that his former wide receiver approached him in..." March 18

  • Virginia Tech’s prized recruit Trevon Hill Tears ACL

    247 Sports "One of Virginia Tech’s prized signees of the 2015 class, Trevon Hill, suffered an off-season workout injury resulting in a torn ACL that will sideline him for his freshman season at Virginia Tech. “The doctor said my ACL is torn from my meniscus,” Hill told 247Sports. “I was doing box jumps..." March 17

  • Florida State denies appeal of Jameis Winston's accuser

    USA Today "A Florida State administrator on Friday affirmed a decision that former quarterback Jameis Winston did not violate the student conduct code related to an alleged sexual assault in December 2012. After reviewing a five-page appeal filed on Jan. 12 by Erica Kinsman, a former FSU student who..." March 14

  • FSU asks federal court to dismiss Title IX lawsuit from Winston's accuser

    USA Today "Florida State's board of trustees on Monday filed a motion requesting a federal court dismiss a lawsuit brought by Erica Kinsman, who accused former Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston of raping her in 2012. In response to a lawsuit filed by Kinsman in the U.S. District Court for the Middle..." March 10

  • Two Duke players suspended ‘from game competition’

    College Football Talk "A pair of Duke football players have found themselves on the wrong end of punitive measures, the school announced Friday. In a release, the Blue Devils revealed that both wide receiver Terrence Alls (pictured) and defensive back T.J. Douglas have been suspended from game competition. The..." March 07

  • Jimbo Fisher: Former five-star LB recruit Kain Daub to transfer from FSU

    Palm Beach Post "Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher said that Kain Daub, a Scout.com five-star linebacker in the class of 2014, will probably transfer. On Thursday, Daub said via his Instagram account that he would transfer to East Mississippi Community College. Daub took a redshirt last season. " March 07

  • Syracuse football DT Ryan Sloan leaves program after series of bad experiences since 2013

    Syracuse.com "Syracuse redshirt senior defensive tackle Ryan Sloan has decided to leave the program after a series of negative experiences starting in his redshirt sophomore year, he said in a series of text messages on Tuesday night. Sloan is finishing his class requirements this spring and will graduate in..." March 05

  • Hokies RB Shai McKenzie suspended for charges involving minors

    CBSSports.com "Virginia Tech running back Shai McKenzie has been suspended indefinitely after being charged with two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, the Roanoke Times reported Wednesday. The charges are both Class 1 misdemeanors. Per the Times, the 18-year-old McKenzie was one of two..." March 04

  • 5-star Auburn commit Nate Craig-Myers enjoys Florida State recruiting visit

    SB Nation "What are Florida State's chances of flipping the five-star receiver recruit from Auburn? Nate Craig-Myers committed to the Auburn Tigers on July 21, 2014, but that hasn't stopped other schools from pursuing the five-star receiver recruit from Tampa (Fla.) Catholic. The coaches pursuing him the..." March 03

  • Clemson's Dabo Swinney: QB Deshaun Watson 'way ahead' on recovery

    SI - College Football "Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said Friday that rising sophomore quarterback Deshaun Watson is "way ahead" on his recovery from knee surgery, according to Larry Williams of TigerIllustrated.com. Watson did not play in Clemson's 40-6 win over Oklahoma in the Citrus Bowl after undergoing surgery to..." March 01

  • Former UNC official says pressure led to improper graduate admission of athletes

    Raleigh News & Observer "Michael Waddell had a low grade point average, no entrance exam score and was months past the deadline when an athletic official sought to have the football player admitted to UNC’s graduate school in fall 2003. John Blanchard, then a senior associate athletic director, made the request after..." March 01

  • Miami CB Antonio Crawford released from football team

    Fox Sports Florida "Miami rising senior cornerback Antonio Crawford is no longer part of the football program, UM officially announced on Saturday. Crawford, who played in 38 games (two starts) from 2012-14, had not been participating in spring practice and had expressed his discontent via social media over the..." March 01

  • North Carolina's Marquise Williams to miss spring practices due to injured hip

    The Score "North Carolina will be without an offensive leader as it heads into spring football practice. The Tar Heels announced Friday that quarterback Marquise Williams will be unavailable for spring camp, which opens on Sunday, due to a hip injury." March 01

  • Syracuse football DT Marcus Coleman likely to be medically disqualified due to chronic foot injuries

    Syracuse.com "Syracuse redshirt junior defensive tackle Marcus Coleman is expected to be medically disqualified after battling chronic foot issues, SU head coach Scott Shafer said on Tuesday. The decision for him to stop playing was made after Coleman "had some procedures" this winter and was unable to play..." February 26

  • Clairton's Titus Howard dismissed from Pitt football team

    Pittsburgh Tribune Review "Titus Howard's once-promising Pitt career ended Monday when coach Pat Narduzzi dismissed him for violation of team policy, school officials announced. Howard, a sophomore from Clairton, was suspended for the entire 2014 season by former coach Paul Chryst for disciplinary reasons. He remained..." February 25

  • Injuries to sideline Miami linemen Gadbois, Heurtelou for spring

    College Football Talk "Miami was down a pair of starting linemen on each side of the ball when the Hurricanes opened spring practice this week. And they’ll be down a pair when they close it, for that matter. After the first pads practice of the spring Saturday morning, head coach Al Golden confirmed that both..." February 23

  • South Carolina's K.J. Brent transfers to Wake Forest

    The Score "K.J. Brent has a new team. The former South Carolina wide receiver announced on Twitter that he's headed to Wake Forest. " February 23

  • Hurricanes defensive back Antonio Crawford tweets he is ‘out’ but status with team still uncertain

    Miami Herald "University of Miami coach Al Golden announced Sunday that senior kicker Matt Goudis, who missed most of the season with a back injury, had “retired’’ from the Hurricanes. On Saturday, Golden said senior walk-on-turned-scholarship receiver Garrett Kidd “retired’’ from the Canes. Cornerback..." February 23

  • Miami is absolutely crushing with its 2016 recruiting class

    Fox Sports "Yes, there is forever between today and National Signing Day 2016, which means class rankings at this stage mean little. They're fun for fans, but they don't guarantee all of those soft verbal commits will sign their Letters of Intent next February. OK, do we have that prerequisite warning..." February 20

  • Bulldogs to play UNC in 2016 Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "The Georgia Bulldogs are going back to the Georgia Dome to renew an old rivalry. Georgia will play North Carolina in the 2016 Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game, Gary Stokan, president and CEO of Peach Bowl Inc., confirmed for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Thursday morning. The game is set for Sept...." February 19

  • 3-Star WR Isaiah Johnson Announces That He’s Flipped From Louisville To Miami

    College Spun "Don’t look now, but the Miami Hurricanes are putting together one heck of a 2016 recruiting class. The ‘Canes currently have the highest-rated set of commits in the nation, per 247 Sports, and don’t appear to be slowing down. Monday, Miami scored yet another big pickup, flipping three-star wide..." February 17

  • Matt Colburn signs with Wake Forest after Louisville pulls offer

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Instead of playing for Louisville in 2015 as originally planned, three-star running back Matt Colburn will play against the Cardinals as a member of the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. Colburn, a long-time Louisville commit from Irmo, S.C., officially signed with Wake Forest on Wednesday morning,..." February 11

  • Hokies TE Bucky Hodges arrested for public intoxication

    The Roanoke Times "Virginia Tech All-ACC tight end Bucky Hodges was arrested and charged with public swearing/intoxication early Sunday morning. The 19-year-old Hodges was booked and released from Montgomery County Jail early this morning. It's a misdemeanor charge. Blacksburg police Lt. Nathan O'Dell said..." February 09

  • Report: Tennessee QB Nathan Peterman will transfer to Pitt

    Yahoo! Sports "Pitt will reportedly add an SEC transfer to its quarterback depth chart. According to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, former Tennessee quarterback Nathan Peterman will join the Panthers as a graduate transfer and begin taking classes in May. Peterman spent the past three seasons with the Vols..." February 05

  • Miami adds troubled, talented ex-Florida defensive lineman Gerald Willis

    Palm Beach Post "During his national signing day press conference, UM coach Al Golden said he received a financial aid agreement from defensive tackle Gerald Willis, a former blue-chip recruit coming off a rocky season at Florida. Following his true freshman year with the Gators, he was reportedly dismissed..." February 05

  • Michael Irvin reveals he was offered Camaro during college recruitment

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Hall of Fame wide receiver and current NFL Network analyst Michael Irvin revealed for the first time publicly that he was offered a brand new Camaro when he was being recruited as a high school senior. On Wednesday's Dan Patrick Show, Irvin said he was recruited by a number of schools including..." February 04

  • Four-star QB Kai Locksley switches commitment from FSU to Texas

    SI - College Football "Four-star quarterback recruit Kai Locksley switched his commitment from Florida State to Texas on Monday night. Locksley announced the news on Twitter. Locksley had been committed to the Seminoles since July. Two other quarterback recruits, De'Andre Johnson and Deondre Francois, were also..." February 03

  • Syracuse University not considering retractable roof

    Syracuse.com "Syracuse University officials said this morning that while all roof options are being considered, the focus of dome renovation plans has been on a fixed roof, not on a retractable roof. A syracuse.com reporter misunderstood information provided Monday by Chancellor Kent Syverud. The story below..." February 03

  • Louisville pulls scholarship for Dutch Fork star Matt Colburn

    The State "Dutch Fork running back and Mr. Football for South Carolina Matt Colburn is looking for a new college less than 48 hours before National Signing Day after Louisville pulled his offer to come in for the 2015 season and wants him to take a greyshirt. Colburn was unable to be reached for comment..." February 03

  • Louisville bumps DC Todd Grantham’s annual pay to $1.4 million

    College Football Talk "It was a mild surprise to see Louisville find a way to keep defensive coordinator Todd Grantham when the Oakland Raiders of the NFL came calling. As you might have suspected, Louisville made it worth it to stick around. Grantham and Louisville reworked the terms of his contract as defensive..." February 02

  • Devonte Fields commits to Louisville

    ESPN.com "Former TCU defensive end Devonte Fields is getting a second chance at Louisville. Fields, who is currently attending Trinity Valley Community College, committed to Louisville during his official visit on Sunday. He is ESPN's No. 3-rated junior college recruit. Fields announced his decision..." February 02

  • Tennessee QB considers transfer to Pitt

    Pittsburgh Tribune Review "When former Pitt player Chris McKillop learned his alma mater was entertaining Tennessee quarterback Nathan Peterman on Saturday, he immediately called his brother, Scott, a coaching assistant with the Panthers. “I told Scott, ‘If you guys get Nate Peterman, it would be a great add,' ” said..." February 01

  • NC State, OC Matt Canada agree to three-year extension

    SI - College Football "NC State and offensive coordinator Matt Canada have agreed to a three-year extension, reports SI's Pete Thamel. According to Thamel, interest in Canada from a "major power" prompted the deal. ESPN's Brett McMurphy reports that Canada was one of three finalists for the offensive coordinator job..." January 30

  • Jimbo Fisher contract extension with Florida State details

    Tomahawk Nation "The coach will now be taking home $5M annually. Florida State released the details of Jimbo Fisher's recent contract extension. Fisher is 58-11 as head coach of the Florida State Seminoles, winning four division titles, three ACC titles and a National Championship. He is 13-2 against rivals..." January 29

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    Brett McMurphy @McMurphyESPN

    Louisville DC Todd Grantham will remain at UL, source told @ESPN. @rapsheet reported Grantham was offered Oakland Raiders DC job

  • Michael Irvin: Retaining Al Golden the 'right move' for Miami

    CBSSports.com "Al Golden is on one of the hottest seats in the FBS heading into 2015, if not the hottest seat, with both fans and alums audibly grumbling about the team's disappointing 6-7 record in 2014. But at least Golden has one prominent Miami legend in his corner: Hurricanes wide receiving great Michael..." January 28

  • Former Clemson freshman All-American suffers setback in his knee

    The Post and Courier "Safety Travis Blanks already missed one full season due to a torn ACL. Now he could be in danger of sitting out a second. Blanks reaggravated the injury during rehab late in Clemson’s bowl practices a month ago, and had knee surgery Jan. 16, according to a team release Monday. Blanks will be..." January 27

  • Former Wake Forest lineman Cory Helms transfers to South Carolina

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "After two seasons of starting on the offensive line for Wake Forest, Cory Helms is headed to the SEC. Helms, a freshman All-America selection in 2013 who decided to transfer earlier this month, announced Sunday that he will round out his career at South Carolina. Helms visited South Carolina..." January 26

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    Dianna Marie Russini @NBCdianna

    The Oakland Raiders are interested in Louisville's defensive coordinator Todd Grantham for their defensive coordinator position per sources

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    Max Olson @max_olson

    Ex-TCU DE Devonte Fields is visiting Louisville this weekend. Cards in the lead to land the former Big 12 DPOY.

  • Jameis Winston accuser goes public

    ESPN.com "The woman who accused Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston of sexually assaulting her in December 2012 has spoken publicly for the first time about the case. In a new documentary film, Erica Kinsman came forward publicly with her specifics about the alleged sexual attack by Winston and..." January 26

  • Boston College looking for an OC after Ryan Day's move to the NFL

    CBSSports.com "Boston College coach Steve Addazio is in the market for a new offensive coordinator after losing Ryan Day to the Philadelphia Eagles. The organization announced Thursday that Day, Addazio's offensive coordiantor since 2012, will be the quarterbacks coach for Chip Kelly's staff. The Eagles had..." January 24

  • Ex-Louisville player's lawsuit vs. school, Charlie Strong delayed

    CBSSports.com "A lawsuit against Louisville and Charlie Strong filed by a former Cardinals player who was allegedly assaulted by teammates in the Cardinals' locker room has been delayed. Per the Louisville Courier-Journal, Patrick Grant's suit has been "continued" until May 27. It had been scheduled to go to..." January 21

  • Cards' Calais Campbell gives record $1.6M to Canes

    ESPN.com "Less than two months after receiving its largest donation from a former athlete, the University of Miami athletic department has received an even larger gift. Arizona Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell has given $1.6 million to the Hurricanes to establish an endowed scholarship for..." January 21

  • Auburn and Georgia Tech in talks to resume rivalry

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Officials from Georgia Tech and Auburn have had discussions about renewing their longtime series. It would be the first meeting between the longtime rivals since 2005. The conversations are in their early stages, Tech senior associate athletic director Ryan Bamford said. There is interest in a..." January 20

  • Just like Paterno, Bobby Bowden wants his wins back, too.

    Orlando Sentinel "After the NCAA's unthinkable decision to restore Joe Paterno's 111 victories that were rightfully stripped away during the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal, Bobby Bowden says he'd like to have his 12 vacated victories back as well. "I'm all for Joe getting his hundred wins back and me..." January 20