Atlantic Coast RUMORS & NEWS

  • Pittsburgh names Chad Voytik starting quarterback

    CBSSports.com "Pittsburgh head coach Paul Chryst has named Chad Voytik the team's starting QB heading into the 2014 season, a source told CBSSports.com. The 6-1, 205-pound Voytik played in four games as a backup to Tom Savage last season, completing 6 of 11 passes for 116 yards. He played the second half of..." August 21

  • Clemson OT Shaq Anthony decides to transfer

    The Post and Courier "The already-thin offensive tackle depth at Clemson thinned even further Thursday, when junior right tackle Shaq Anthony decided to transfer from the Tigers. Anthony, a 6-4, 280-pounder who played 17 games (with five starts) the past two years, informed head coach Dabo Swinney of his decision..." August 21

  • Pitt sophomore Coles leaves football team

    Pittsburgh Tribune Review "When sophomore cornerback Trenton Coles left the Pitt team Wednesday, it wasn't the first time the thought crossed his mind. Clairton coach Wayne Wade, who was an assistant there when Coles was in high school, said his former player was thinking about leaving this year after spring drills when..." August 21

  • Clemson loses RB Zac Brooks for the season

    CBSSports.com "It was going to be hard enough for Clemson to overcome Florida State in the ACC this year, but Wednesday's news will make the task even more difficult. Clemson announced that running back Zac Brooks will miss the 2014 season due to a foot injury. Brooks finished third on the team last season..." August 20

  • Hurricanes receiver Rashawn Scott will return in 2014

    Miami Herald "Hurricanes receiver Rashawn Scott, who had been running with the first team before injuring his shoulder/clavicle in Wednesday’s scrimmage, should be back at some point this season, coach Al Golden said. “It’s not a season-ending deal,” Golden said. “It’s a little bit of an exotic injury,..." August 19

  • Report: ‘Significant friction’ between Bobby Petrino and Todd Grantham

    College Football Talk "Bobby Petrino hasn’t changed much since his last tour with the Louisville Cardinals. Even after failing miserably at the NFL level and then publicly embarrassing himself, his family and the University of Arkansas, it doesn’t seem like Petrino has learned from his mistakes. There is now..." August 19

  • Ocean Lakes DB Jahque Alleyne commits to Hokies

    Hampton Roads "Add another defensive back to the Hokies' recruiting class. Ocean Lakes safety Jahque Alleyne announced that he'll sign with Virginia Tech in 2015 on Matt Hatfield's High School Sports Talk radio show on ESPN. Alleyne's a three-star recruit by both Rivals and 247 Sports. Rivals ranks him as..." August 18

  • Virginia Football Recruiting: Commitment! Rasool Clemons

    Streaking The Lawn "Mike London and the Cavaliers picked up commitment number 18 for the class of 2015. If there was ever any doubt about Mike London's ability to sell the Virginia football program following a 2-10 season, those fears have certainly been put to rest this summer. On Saturday afternoon, the UVa..." August 18

  • 2015 NFL Draft: Jameis Winston projected as No. 1 overall pick

    CBSSports.com "Like the swallows of Capistrano or spawning salmon returning to the rivers of their birth, hardcore football fans are instinctively drawn to mock drafts - even ones written before the season has even begun. Obviously there are going to be changes over the next nine months but after a few..." August 18

  • Noles WR Isaiah Jones academically ineligible for 2014 season

    CBSSports.com "Florida State sophomore wide receiver Isaiah Jones will not play during the 2014 season after being declared academically ineligible, Jimbo Fisher said Saturday, per the Associated Press. Fisher said Jones would remain enrolled at Florida State and will practice with the Seminoles throughout..." August 17

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    Matt Porter @mattyports

    Al Golden said S Rayshawn Jenkins has a "chronic" back injury and confirmed he'll miss the season.

  • Jim Grobe regrets not taking Nebraska job, staying at Wake Forest

    CBSSports.com "Jim Grobe looked out of place at ACC media days in July. He felt it, too. Less stress, less excitement. He's an ACC television analyst this season, not a longtime Wake Forest coach who once improbably reached the Orange Bowl in a year that will forever be part of ACC lore. Grobe, who..." August 15

  • Transfer QB Jacoby Brissett ready to star for N.C. State

    Fox Sports Carolinas "After playing in nine games over a total of two years at Florida, Jacoby Brissett thought it was his time. The Florida coaching staff apparently had other ideas. Brissett was forced into starting duty as a true freshman in 2011 when Gators starter John Brantley went out, but he never really..." August 12

  • Duke confirms ACL tear for All-ACC LB Brown

    College Football Talk "Unfortunately for Duke, their worst fears have been realized when it comes to their best player on the defensive side of the ball. Following up on the ominous reports overnight, the Blue Devils confirmed in a press release Tuesday morning that Kelby Brown has a torn ACL in his left knee and..." August 12

  • Freshman Wolford named Wake Forest's starting QB

    Winston-Salem Journal "When freshman John Wolford showed up at Wake Forest in May for the first semester of summer school, he came to play. Coach Dave Clawson intends to give him that opportunity. “John Wolford is going to be our starting quarterback,” Clawson said after Monday’s practice. “We made that decision..." August 12

  • Seminoles land star running back recruit Johnny Frasier

    Tomahawk Nation "Florida State received great news Monday on the recruiting trail. The defending national champions snagged a verbal commitment from running back recruit Johnny Frasier. Frasier is a 5'11, 200-pound running back. He is widely considered one of the ten best running backs in the country and a..." August 12

  • Florida State DB Jalen Ramsey kicked out of practice

    Tallahassee Democrat "Jimbo Fisher was furious with one of his best players. After a series of physical altercations, the last of which ended with Jameis Winston being knocked to the ground, Jalen Ramsey was kicked out of Sunday's practice at Doak Campbell Stadium. With fans in the stands to watch the open..." August 11

  • LSU DT Thomas out for year with torn biceps

    The Advocate "LSU has suffered its first significant injury of fall camp. Defensive tackle Quentin Thomas is expected to miss the 2014 season with a torn biceps, a source told The Advocate on Friday. Thomas, a redshirt junior from Breaux Bridge, is listed as a starter and was expected to see substantial..." August 09

  • Judge rules against NCAA in revolutionary O'Bannon case

    ESPN.com "In a landmark decision, a federal judge ruled Friday that the NCAA is in violation of the nation's antitrust laws by restricting the compensation that major college football and men's basketball student-athletes can receive for use of their names, images and likenesses. U.S. District Court..." August 09

  • Wolfpack RB Shadrach Thornton reinstated from suspension

    Fay Observer "North Carolina State coach Dave Doeren has reinstated junior running back Shadrach Thornton following an indefinite suspension. The suspension came in December after authorities cited Thornton for misdemeanor simple possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Police had visited an apartment..." August 07

  • Westover star DT Trent Thompson to choose college Tuesday

    Albany Herald "Westover defensive tackle Trent Thompson has been courted by nearly every major college football program in the country for the past two years. Now he’s ready to make a decision. Thompson, widely regarded as the nation’s No. 1 recruit, has narrowed down his destination to Georgia, Alabama,..." August 07

  • Virginia football enters 2014 season rebuilding on offensive line

    Washington Post "After the first practice of his fifth season as the Virginia football team’s offensive line coach, Scott Wachenheim came ready with a joke. He was one of just two assistants from Coach Mike London’s original staff in 2010 — cornerbacks coach Chip West is the other — still on campus when the 2014..." August 05

  • FSU lands commitment from Tampa Wharton WR Auden Tate

    Orlando Sentinel "Auden Tate, a receiver from Tampa Wharton High, has committed to FSU. The four-star prospected, ranked No. 16 on the Sentinel’s 2015 Florida Top 100, picked the Seminoles over Michigan, Florida, USF, Clemson, Georgia and others. Tate (6-4, 195) made his announcement Tuesday at his high..." August 05

  • Wake Forest loses Johnny Garcia to knee injury

    Fay Observer "Wake Forest senior nose tackle Johnny Garcia suffered a knee injury in practice on Saturday, August 2 and is expected to miss the entire season. An MRI confirmed Garcia suffered a torn ACL. He was expected to be a veteran leader on the Demon Deacons' defensive line that lost three starters from..." August 05

  • Hokies lose OL for 2014 but RB Edmunds is back and running

    College Football Talk "The first days of camp in the ACC have not been very kind to senior linemen. On the same day Wake Forest announced the loss of senior defensive tackle Johnny Garcia for the 2014 season, Virginia Tech also had a bit of unfortunate news to share. Senior offensive lineman Brent Benedict will be..." August 05

  • FSU chips in on Winston's insurance

    ESPN.com "Jameis Winston purchased a $10 million disability and loss of value insurance policy, and Florida State is footing part of the bill. A Florida State spokesman confirmed to ESPN.com on Monday that the university is paying for the reigning Heisman Trophy winner's loss of value policy with the..." August 05

  • Crowded backfield leads to Virginia Tech transfer

    CSN Washington "Running back Chris Mangus will transfer from Virginia Tech, the school announced Monday. The redshirt sophomore from Raleigh, N.C. had 26 carries last season for 141 yards including a 76 yard run for a touchdown against Western Carolina. Mangus found himself falling down the depth chart in an..." August 05

  • Kevin Olsen suspended for opener

    ESPN.com "Miami quarterback Kevin Olsen has reportedly been suspended for the season opener against Louisville, casting even more uncertainty on the position with the Hurricanes set to begin practice Tuesday. The Miami Herald and WQAM Radio in Miami both report that Olsen has been suspended for a failed..." August 04

  • Pitt cornerback Titus Howard suspended for 2014 season

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Pitt sophomore cornerback Titus Howard was suspended for the entire 2014 season for disciplinary reasons, Panthers coach Paul Chryst announced today. Howard, a Clairton graduate, played in 11 games as a freshman last season, totaling 21 tackles and two pass breakups. He was projected as a..." August 03

  • Wake Forest suspends top returning RB Dominique Gibson

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Wake Forest’s running game took a hit Thursday when the school announced that running back Dominique Gibson had been indefinitely suspended from the team. An undisclosed violation of team rules was the only reason given for the discipline. Gibson was the team’s top returning rusher with 138..." July 31

  • UNC parts ways with three scholarship players, another's status in doubt

    Raleigh News & Observer "Senior defensive tackle Shawn Underwood, redshirt freshman defensive tackle Greg Webb and sophomore linebacker Clint Heaven are no longer on the North Carolina football team, a team spokesman said on Wednesday. All three players were on scholarship, and Underwood was listed on the Tar Heels'..." July 31

  • Florida State (over)loading up on QB recruits in 2015

    College Football Talk "It is amazing what a national championship can do to a program’s recruiting production. Just take a look at Florida State, now with three quarterback recruits verbally committed for the Class of 2015. For now. As of today, Florida State has three four-star quarterbacks lined up in the Class of..." July 31

  • FSU’s Jesus “BoBo” Wilson gets plea deal in scooter theft case

    Palm Beach Post "Florida State sophomore receiver Jesus “Bobo” Wilson pleaded no contest to two misdemeanors — petit theft and criminal mischief — on Thursday morning, said his attorney, Tim Jansen. Wilson had been suspended indefinitely after being charged with grand theft of a motor vehicle, a third-degree..." July 31

  • Miami is the most underrated team in college football

    USA Today "Miami has its flaws. Not the city. The city has beaches, great food, and no winter. But the University of Miami football team, which hasn’t been ranked in the preseason Amway Coaches Poll since 2010, has been left out yet again. But this year, it’s a head scratcher. Since Al Golden’s..." July 31

  • Florida State No. 1 in preseason coaches poll

    CBSSports.com "Good news, everybody, you can finally get mad about your favorite team being underrated or your rival being overrated. That's right, the preseason coaches poll was released Thursday, which is just another sign that the college football season is almost here. Not surprisingly the top-ranked team..." July 31

  • Jameis Winston stopped by police at gunpoint in 2012 incident

    USA Today "About five hours before Jameis Winston was involved in a BB gun "battle" that damaged the apartment complex where he lived in 2012, the Florida State quarterback was stopped by campus police at gunpoint and handcuffed for carrying a pellet gun on campus that he said he was using to shoot at..." July 31

  • Auburn, Clemson announce 2016-2017 home-and-home

    CBSSports.com "On the same day Wisconsin's Barry Alvarez bemoaned two SEC teams' lack of interest in playing a high-profile home-and-home series, two familiar foes showed that not every SEC (and ACC) team shares the same reluctance*. Auburn and Clemson announced Wednesday that the two sets of Tigers will play..." July 31

  • Jake Heaps expects to start at QB for the Hurricanes

    College Football Talk "Quarterback Jake Heaps hopes the third time is the charm. Heaps is on his third team in four years. After unsuccessful stints with the BYU Cougars and the Kansas Jayhawks, Heaps has one year of eligibility left to make his mark with the Miami Hurricanes. And Heaps plans to make the most of it..." July 29

  • Williams moves quickly after Denson to commit to UNC

    GoUpstate "RB Ty'son Williams of Crestwood was one of three running backs USC was looking at for their final running back in the 2015 class, and he knew the Gamecocks would be happy with any of the three and would take whichever one committed first. Mon Denson of LaGrange, GA beat Williams and Johnny..." July 29

  • 'Canes get commitments from OLs St. Louis, Loftus

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Miami’s push on the recruiting trail continues paying dividends for Al Golden and his staff. The Hurricanes picked up another verbal commitment on Tuesday, this one from 2015 offensive tackle Tyree St. Louis out of Bradenton’s IMG Academy. IMG Academy shared news of St. Louis’ commitment on..." July 29

  • Former Washington St. QB Tyler Bruggman Transferring To Louisville

    Card Chronicle "Tyler Bruggman, a former four-star recruit who spent the past season at Washington State, will transfer to Louisville and play for Bobby Petrino. Mike Hughes of InsidetheVille.com was the first to report the news. After a bizarre string of events on national signing day 2013 (thanks mostly to a..." July 24

  • Georgia Tech quarterback Ty Griffin transfers to Oregon

    Oregonian "Oregon added another quarterback to its 2015 class with the transfer of Georgia Tech's Ty Griffin. Griffin, a 6-foot, 195-pound freshman announced on his Twitter account that he's decided to join the Ducks. Griffin will have to sit out the 2014 season and will be eligible in 2015 as a..." July 24

  • 'Canes seal commitment from Wellington's Richards

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "If Ahmmon Richards scored three touchdowns, his father, Mark, would want four. The Wellington junior said his father's standards drive him to want more. On Tuesday, the son reached a level even his father was satisfied with when Richards committed to the University of Miami. The 6-2, 172-pound..." July 23

  • Dana Holgorsen would like to see WVU, Pitt renew 'Backyard Brawl'

    CBSSports.com "Pitt 's in the ACC and playing eight conference games a year. West Virginia 's in the Big 12 and playing nine conference games a year. So the Panthers and Mountaineers agreeing to bring back the "Backyard Brawl" might not happen anytime soon no matter how much support the idea generates. But at..." July 23

  • Duke’s Hud Mellencamp - son of John Mellencamp facing more legal charges

    Raleigh News & Observer "Duke walk-on defensive back Hud Mellencamp, 20—the son of rockstar John Mellencamp—is facing a misdemeanor charge for illegal consumption of an alcoholic beverage. The charge was filed on July 10 with the Monroe (Ind.) County clerk’s office, the Indianapolis Star reported. An initial hearing on..." July 22

  • FSU coach explains why Winston unpunished

    ESPN.com "Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher prefers to keep players' punishments out of the public domain. In the case of Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Jameis Winston's supermarket citation in April, however, Fisher said there weren't any consequences to speak of. When Winston was caught shoplifting..." July 22

  • Winston: Learned lessons last year

    ESPN.com "Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston said Sunday at the ACC's preseason kickoff that he'd learned some valuable lessons about the glare of the spotlight he's endured -- and in some cases, created -- during the past year. "I know I have to live up to the hype," Winston said. "If I'm even an..." July 21

  • Jameis on paying players: ‘free education… enough for me’

    College Football Talk "Earlier this year, and after his father did it, Jameis Winston again stoked the flames that he might (unexpectedly) stay at Florida State beyond the 2014 season and eschew (for now) early entry into the NFL. In very passionate comments, Winston left no doubt as to the value he places on the..." July 21

  • Swinney says Clemson won't slow down

    Charlotte Observer "Clemson's not slowing down, even without the offensive stars that made them go in receiver Sammy Watkins and quarterback Tajh Boyd. Tigers coach Dabo Swinney said Tuesday his team won't ease up on the attack that averaged better than 40 points and 500 yards for a second straight. Of course, he..." July 17

  • Running Back Deshawn McClease Commits to Hokies

    Gobbler Country "Oscar Smith running back Deshawn McClease chose to commit to Virginia Tech Tuesday over the University of Maryland as well as a number of other offers. The 5'9", 175-pound running back finished with 1,558 yards and 28 touchdowns last season. He's a consensus three-star recruit and considered..." July 16

  • FSU’s Rudolph, five-star 2014 WR, recovering from foot surgery

    College Football Talk "If Travis Rudolph is to make an immediate impact at Florida State as expected, he’ll have to overcome a lingering health issue. During a charity event Friday, the Tallahassee Democrat reported, the touted wide receiver was seen wearing a walking boot on his left foot. Head coach Jimbo Fisher..." July 13

  • Jameis Winston wants to earn degree

    ESPN.com "Jameis Winston indicated that he might remain at Florida State beyond the 2014 season, telling NFL.com that earning a degree is "very important" to him while claiming that graduating is "the main purpose in college." Winston's father, Antonor, made headlines last month when he told AL.com that..." July 13

  • Florida State wide receiver Jesus Wilson arrested on grand theft charges

    Jacksonville Times-Union "Florida State wide receiver Jesus Wilson was arrested on Wednesday by campus police and charged with one count of grand theft of a vehicle -- a mo-ped. The Leon County Sherrif's web site shows that Wilson was taken into custody but is no longer an inmate, indicating that he has bonded out. The..." July 10

  • 4-star RB Jordan Scarlett commits to Miami

    SB Nation "Scarlett is staying close to home for college. Jordan Scarlett, a top-tier Class of 2015 running back, announced his college decision at The Opening Tuesday night. Scarlett will play his college football for the Miami Hurricanes. Scarlett, out of St. Thomas Aquinas in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.,..." July 08

  • Miami dismisses LBs Figeuroa, Blue after sexual battery charges

    CBSSports.com "Miami linebackers Alex Figueroa and Jawand Blue were dismissed Tuesday following sexual battery charges from an on-campus incident. According to the Coral Gables Police Department, Figueroa and Blue brought the juvenile victim back to a dorm room in the early hours of July 5. The victim..." July 08

  • Jameis Winston celebrated at home

    ESPN.com "For the better part of two hours Saturday, Florida State star quarterback Jameis Winston sat on a dais with his younger brother perched on his lap, listening politely as politicians and local dignitaries sung his praises. The reigning Heisman Trophy winner had gotten a police escort to the..." July 06

  • Campolindo High's Tyler Petite commits to Duke

    Contra Costa Times "When Campolindo High's Tyler Petite visited Duke, he was reminded of his high school program. That connection was one of the biggest reasons that Petite, one of the top-rated tight ends on the West Coast, committed to the Blue Devils on Wednesday morning over USC. "At Campolindo, we're not a..." July 02

  • FSU QB Jameis Winston purchased $8M-$10M insurance policy

    Yahoo! Sports "Florida State University quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston has purchased a large disability and "loss of value" policy that provides him with $8 million to $10 million in insurance coverage, a source close to the situation told Yahoo Sports. According to the source, Winston..." July 01

  • Four-star recruit one of two ‘Cuse signees who fail to qualify

    College Football Talk "Unfortunately for Syracuse, the most highly-rated member of its most recent recruiting class will have to wait to make an on-field impact for the Orange. In a text message to the Syracuse Post-Standard, head coach Scott Shafer confirmed that talented wide receiver K.J. Williams failed to..." June 30

  • Miami puts DJ in weight room, turns 5:30 a.m. lift into huge rave

    Fox Sports "Miami was already having a good week on the Internet. On Monday, we met 15-year-old Emmanuel Greene, who stole the show at a Hurricanes camp by displaying some jaw-dropping juke moves. And now, the Hurricanes just want to win the whole week. On Wednesday, Miami's coaches surprised its..." June 27

  • Syracuse football defensive tackle Eric Crume undergoes minor left knee surgery

    Syracuse.com "Syracuse defensive tackle Eric Crume underwent minor surgery on his left knee last week and expects to miss two or three weeks of summer workouts, the senior said in an interview Tuesday afternoon. Crume said he had a small portion of his meniscus removed last week and arrived on Tuesday using..." June 26

  • Heisman winner Jameis Winston set to be honored July 5 in Hueytown

    Alabama.com "The cities of Bessemer and Hueytown have scheduled a "Jameis Winston Day" celebration for July 5 highlighted by a 6 p.m. presentation at Gilmore-Vines Stadium. The now-retired high school stadium where Winston finished his Golden Gopher career in 2011 will be the venue for those communities to..." June 25

  • 'Canes pick up commitment from 2016 QB Jack Allison

    South Florida Sun Sentinel "He’s still got two seasons of high school football ahead of him, but already, one of the nation’s top 2016 quarterback prospects has said he plans to play for the Hurricanes. Palmetto High quarterback Jack Allison announced on his Twitter account Monday night that he had verbally committed to..." June 24

  • Welcome to the U, Shaquille Quarterman

    State of the U "The newest commit is 2016 ILB Shaq Quarterman from Oakleaf HS (Jacksonville, FL). That is the same HS as 2014 signee Darrion Owens, in case the name of the school looked familiar. Quarterman and a couple other Oakleaf prospects attended the Al Golden Football Camp this past weekend. Obviously,..." June 24

  • Will third school offer the charm for Miami’s Jake Heaps?

    College Football Talk "Miami needs a quarterback to step up in a big way in 2014. After losing Ryan Williams to an ACL injury this spring, the addition of Jake Heaps from Kansas spoke volumes about that stability at the position this season. Looking for a clean slate to work with, Heaps looking forward to seeing what he..." June 21

  • Chase Pankey commits to Boston College

    Cincinnati Enquirer "Moeller 2015 WR Chase Pankey verbally committed to Boston College this morning, according to Moeller coach John Rodenberg. Pankey, who is 6 feet and 175 pounds, also had offers from Ball State, Marshall, Bowling Green and Buffalo." June 20

  • Antonor Winston believes his son Jameis intends to play two more football seasons at Florida State

    Alabama.com "Bessemer native and Hueytown alum Jameis Winston has grabbed his share of headlines over the last 14 months. He set the college football world on fire with his record-setting redshirt freshman season that culminated in a Heisman and a BCS National Championship for Florida State by guiding a..." June 19

  • Tech’s Kitchen suspended from team, likely to transfer

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Georgia Tech defensive tackle Jimmie Kitchen has been indefinitely suspended from the team and is likely to transfer. In the meantime, he will not be permitted to take part in team activities. Kitchen has played 11 games in his first two seasons in a backup role for the Yellow Jackets. The..." June 18

  • North Carolina lands 4-star OL McGirt

    247Sports "Four-star offensive tackle Emanuel McGirt was hoping to announce his decision after an upcoming trip to Costa Rica. Instead he made the short trek over to Chapel Hill from Durham and committed to North Carolina Tuesday afternoon. “The staff is great,” McGirt first told 247Sports.com Tuesday..." June 17

  • Former KU quarterback Jake Heaps to transfer to Miami

    Kansas City Star "Former Kansas Jayhawk Jake Heaps is heading to the University of Miami, a program that could be in need of a starting quarterback. Miami coach Al Golden announced the transfer in a news release on Sunday, just two days after Heaps made his departure from Kansas official. Heaps, a former top..." June 16

  • FSU lands 4-star defensive end recruit Michael Barnett

    Tomahawk Nation "Michael Barnett, a four-star defensive end out of South Carolina, has committed to Florida State, as expected. Barnett, of Dorchester (S.C.) Woodland High School, committed over offers from Clemson and N.C. State, as well as Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and others. Barnett spent four days at..." June 15

  • FSU unlikely to visit White House after winning championship

    Orlando Sentinel "It's unlikely FSU players and coaches will visit the White House to celebrate the football team’s national championship. It is a longstanding tradition for college football champions go to the White House to meet the president and be honored for their on-field achievements. Coach Jimbo Fisher..." June 14

  • After Florida State Rape Case, Police Will Revise Procedures

    New York Times "The police department in Tallahassee, Fla., the target of stinging criticism and national attention for its handling of a rape accusation against Florida State University’s Heisman Trophy winner, Jameis Winston, has begun working with a respected women’s advocacy group to rewrite its sexual..." June 14

  • North Carolina incoming freshman charged with felony larceny

    CBSSports.com "Watch the FedEx St. Jude Classic streaming LIVE Saturday-Sunday on CBSSports.com. EyeOn College Football North Carolina incoming freshman charged with felony larceny By Chip Patterson | College Writer June 8, 2014 12:20 pm ET A North Carolina football signee was arrested last week and..." June 09

  • Louisville WR and Kentucky DE busted for pot possession

    College Football Talk "Louisville wide receiver James Quick and Kentucky defensive end Jason Hatcher, former high school teammates, were cited for possession of marijuana on May 26, according to a report by The Courier-Journal. Louisville’s university police cited the two after authorities responded to a complaint about..." June 08

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    Coach Dameon Jones @Dameon8

    Hallandale HS (FL) 4-star LB Sh'Mar Kilby-Lane commits to the #FSU #Seminoles

  • Georgia adds transfer receiver from NC State who has waited for this opportunity

    College Football Talk "While Georgia head coach Mark Richt is working through some headaches with his roster this offseason, he is also adding an option in the receiving game. Wide receiver Charlie Hegedus has completed his transfer from NC State and will join Georgia in time to begin summer workouts in Athens. 247..." June 06

  • Former Clemson QB Chad Kelly visits Alabama

    Alabama.com "Former Clemson quarterback Chad Kelly visited Alabama this weekend. Kelly, the nephew of former Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly, posted a photo on his Facebook account from his unofficial visit to Alabama. He visited the school with a few of his East Mississippi Community College teammates,..." June 05

  • FSU clears Ronald Darby in alleged rape case

    USA Today "One football teammate of Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston was found not responsible by the school for two code of conduct violations related to a December 2012 sexual encounter between Winston and a woman who alleged it was rape. A Florida State hearing panel found Ronald Darby not..." June 05

  • Malik Brown says joining Syracuse football is possible after transfer from Tennessee

    Syracuse.com "When Doug Marrone left Syracuse to become head coach of the Buffalo Bills last offseason, the Orange lost verbal commitment Malik Brown as well. The three-star defensive end flipped to Tennessee, citing Marrone's departure, along with that of assistants John Anselmo and Steve Morrison, as the..." June 04

  • Report: Miami discussing future game with Alabama or LSU

    College Football Talk "No we’re getting somewhere, schedule-wise. While the talks are said to be very preliminary, the Miami Herald‘s Barry Jackson writes that Miami “has been approached about opening the football season against Alabama in 2017 in Atlanta or LSU in 2018 in Arlington, Tex.” Jackson stresses that the..." June 03

  • OL Tyler Gauthier commits to the Canes

    State of the U "On the heels of the first Al Golden Football Camp, the Canes secured a commit from Offensive Lineman Tyler Gauthier. Joining the 2015 class is OL Tyler Gauthier, a 6'5" 305lb Tackle from Venice (FL) High. Gauthier was a 2nd team All-State selection as a Junior. You can see his HUDL highlights..." June 03

  • DE LaSamuel Davis Commits to Clemson

    Shakin The Southland "As expected, Bamberg-Ehrhard WDE LaSamuel Davis (6'4, 218, 4.68 40) committed to Clemson this afternoon. Davis had strong interest from NC State and UNC, and supposedly had offers from K-State, Florida, GT and Virginia Tech. Based on what I have heard, I'm skeptical of the offer from Florida and..." June 03

  • Three Louisville OL leave program, including Nacho Garcia

    Louisville Courier-Journal "Three University of Louisville offensive linemen — Abraham "Nacho" Garcia, Cameron Fraser and Chandler Bridges — asked for and have been granted their releases from the football program, a school spokesman confirmed Friday. The news follows coach Bobby Petrino's concerns in practice about depth..." June 01

  • Duke lacrosse player Hipps transferring to play football at SMU

    NFL.com "Duke lacrosse player Chris Hipps, several years removed from being one of the most talented wide receivers in the Texas high school football ranks, will give football one final shot. Hipps will transfer to SMU to compete in football this fall, per NFL Media senior analyst Gil Brandt. The..." May 29

  • Hokies receiver Kevin Asante back on the football team

    Hampton Roads "After a year away from the program, Virginia Tech wide receiver Kevin Asante is back with the football team. The Hokies confirmed that Asante is on the roster again and as a scholarship player. He recently returned to school. The 6-foot, 185-pound redshirt junior was not part of the..." May 29

  • Benedict out for 2014, maybe longer

    247 Sports "The family of Virginia Tech offensive lineman Brent Benedict informed 247Sports this evening that the Hokies offensive lineman's health has taken a turn for the worse and he's likely going to miss the 2014 season. Benedict suffered a knee injury this past spring and complications from the..." May 24

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