Atlantic Coast RUMORS & NEWS

  • Miami suspends Tyre Brady hours before Pittsburgh game

    The Score "Miami's offense will be without receiver Tyre Brady for Friday's game against Pittsburgh, as the school has suspended the sophomore for a violation of team rules. Brady's absence versus the Panthers will mark the third game he's missed this season due to discipline, as he was suspended last..." November 27

  • FSU Official: Football Players Receive Special Treatment As Dozens Accused Of Sexual Assault Or Domestic Violence

    Deadspin "The former Florida State administrator in charge of the university’s Victim Advocate Office until this past August testified that over nine years, around 40 football players were accused of intimate partner violence or sexual assault, according to court testimony released Wednesday. Earlier..." November 26

  • Oklahoma, Iowa join mainstays Clemson and Alabama in CFP top four

    ESPN "The steady and successful play of Oklahoma and Iowa was rewarded Tuesday, as both teams moved into the top four in this week's College Football Playoff rankings. The Sooners (9-1) and Hawkeyes (10-0) fall in at Nos. 3 and 4, respectively, behind top-ranked Clemson and No. 2 Alabama. The two..." November 25

  • FSU's Jimbo Fisher won't comment on prospect of LSU coaching opportunity

    Orlando Sentinel "FSU coach Jimbo Fisher is widely rumored to be a candidate for the LSU coaching job if the Tigers part ways with current coach Les Miles. Speaking about other jobs – vacant or not – is “unprofessional” and “disrespectful” according to Fisher. The coach was asked what he thought about the LSU..." November 24

  • Ed Orgeron on Syracuse football head coaching job: 'My interest would be very high' "His name may or may not be on Mark Coyle's list of head-coaching candidates, but Ed Orgeron would be considered something of a people's choice guy to replace the dismissed Scott Shafer. And earlier today, Orgeron declared that he'd be more than merely intrigued to return to Central New..." November 24

  • Va. Tech DE Dadi Nicolas suspended for giving Ron Cherry the business

    CBS Sports "Virginia Tech defensive end Dadi Nicolas was penalized for making contact with an official in the Hokies 30-27 overtime loss to North Carolina on Saturday. Because of the personal foul penalty, Nicolas will be suspended for the first half of the season finale against Virginia. Frank Beamer told..." November 23

  • Scott Shafer out as Syracuse coach after season finale

    ESPN "Scott Shafer, who is 13-23 in his three seasons as coach of the Syracuse Orange, will be dismissed after Saturday's season finale, the school announced Monday. Shafer is 6-17 in ACC play over that span, and the Orange are currently saddled with an eight-game losing streak after starting the..." November 23

  • Jameis Winston's accuser featured in documentary about college rape

    Sporting News - NCAAF "On the same day Jameis Winston put up career numbers for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, CNN aired "The Hunting Ground," a documentary about rape on college campuses told from the point of view of the survivors. The film, which originally aired at the Sundance Film Festival, featured Erica Kinsman,..." November 23

  • 4-star WR Desmond Fitzpatrick decommits from Louisville

    College Spun "Louisville lost a shootout on the field against Pitt this weekend, and now the Cardinals have also taken a hit on the recruiting front. Desmond Fitzpatrick, a four-star wide receiver from Waterford, Mich. has decommitted from Bobby Petrino’s program. He made the announcement with a long note..." November 23

  • Butch Davis, Mario Cristobal leading Miami coaching search

    Larry Brown Sports "One former Miami Hurricanes player says Butch Davis and Mario Cristobal appear to be the leading names in the school’s search for a new head football coach. Joaquin Gonzalez, who was a key member of the Hurricanes’ offensive line from 1997-2002, tweeted on Thursday to say he was interviewed by..." November 20

  • Clemson's Dabo Swinney on Alabama job: 'You don't ever say never'

    Alabama "Dabo Swinney is currently head coach of the country's top-ranked college football team, but didn't close the door on one day returning to his alma mater. In a lengthy profile by CBS Sports' Jon Solomon posted Thursday, the Clemson head coach said that while he's focused on winning a..." November 20

  • Texas coach Charlie Strong on Miami speculation: ‘It’s all a rumor’

    Hook'em "Texas coach Charlie Strong first tried to laugh off the Miami rumors in late October. But the speculation and gossip simply won’t go away, so he took a more serious approach after Wednesday’s practice. “It’s all a rumor. We’re here to build a program,” Strong said. Twice, Strong mentioned..." November 19

  • Clemson WR Mike Williams not expected to return this season

    SI "Clemson coach Dabo Swinney says he does not expect injured wide receiver Mike Williams to return this season. “We can win without Mike Williams,” Swinney said in his press conference on Tuesday. “We don’t have to have Mike Williams here to win. We are 10–0 without him. It’s not like if we don’t..." November 18

  • CFP: First five unchanged, but Sooners and Cowboys move up rankings

    ESPN "Both Oklahoma State and Oklahoma moved up in this week's iteration of the College Football Playoff rankings, but the Big 12 rivals remain outside of the top five. The top teams in the CFP rankings remain unchanged with Clemson leading the way followed by Alabama, Ohio State, Notre Dame and..." November 18

  • Charlie Strong 'irritated' by rumors of Miami job

    The Score "Texas coach Charlie Strong doesn't want to hear any more talk about his interest in the vacant Miami position. The second-year Longhorns boss has denied any link to the Hurricanes, stating he has "the best job in the country," and Strong is reportedly losing patience with the rumors." November 18

  • Duke dismisses Johnell Barnes, 2 others from program

    The Score "Duke has dismissed receivers Johnell Barnes and Terrence Alls, along with linebacker Chris Holmes from the program, head coach David Cutcliffe announced Tuesday. Cutcliffe didn't give a reason for the dismissals." November 17

  • Boston College's Addazio frustrated with playing 11 weeks without a bye

    The Score "Boston College hasn't had a strong 2015 season. Beyond an inept offense and a six-game losing streak lies another big issue for head coach Steve Addazio - the Eagles played 11 weeks of the season without a bye. Addazio spoke his mind Monday about the scheduling problem and the disadvantage it..." November 17

  • Jimbo Fisher: Sean Maguire is Florida State's starting QB 'as of right now'

    CBS Sports "Florida State's quarterback shuffle has calmed for the moment. After a few weeks of both health-related and performance-related rotations between Everett Golson and Sean Maguire, Jimbo Fisher said Monday that Maguire is the Seminoles starting quarterback moving forward. Golson started Florida..." November 16

  • Report: Ex-Miami coach Butch Davis a 'fallback candidate' for Canes vacancy

    The Score "Former Miami coach Butch Davis, who compiled a 51-20 record from 1995- 2000 with the program, is considered "a fallback candidate" for the current coaching vacancy with the Hurricanes, according to a report from's Bruce Feldman. The 63-year-old, who has made it clear he would like..." November 16

  • Miami loses commitment from 4-star LB recruit

    The Score "Four-star linebacker recruit Zach McCloud has de-committed from Miami, bringing the total number of players to drop their commitment to the Hurricanes since coach Al Golden's firing earlier this season to four. McCloud, who committed to Miami over a year ago, took to Twitter to announce his..." November 13

  • Miami reportedly taking 'fresh look' at Butch Davis as coach

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Miami has been taking "a fresh look" at former Hurricanes coach Butch Davis, examining the circumstances surrounding his exit at North Carolina and evaluating his viability as a candidate, the Miami Herald reported, citing multiple unidentified sources. Davis, 63, led Miami to a 51-20 record..." November 12

  • Conner 'not quite' ready to return, Pitt RB coach says

    Pittsburgh Tribune Review "Pitt running backs coach Andre Powell said James Conner is eager to return to practice, but doctors have not told him that the surgically repaired MCL in his right knee is sufficiently healed. “He is getting antsy,” Powell said. “My advice to him is, ‘Just do what the doctors tell you to do.'..." November 12

  • NC State’s Will Richardson reinstated after one-game suspension

    Raleigh News & Observer "N.C. State freshman Will Richardson was reinstated by coach Dave Doeren on Monday after a one-game suspension. Richardson, 19, was arrested by the Raleigh Police Department on a driving while impaired charge on Nov. 1 near Hillsborough and Gardner Streets. Richardson has a court date in Wake..." November 12

  • FSU OL Derrick Kelly to have knee surgery, out for season

    Tallahassee Democrat "Florida State offensive lineman Derrick Kelly will have meniscus surgery on his right knee and will be out for the remainder of the season, Jimbo Fisher said after Thursday’s practice. Kelly started five games at right tackle for the Seminoles this season, and will be replaced in the lineup by..." November 12

  • College Football Playoff Rankings: Tide up to No. 2, Irish join the party

    CBS Sports "The second edition of the College Football Playoff Rankings was released Tuesday night, and there was a bit of a shakeup at the top, which was to be expected after Alabama's win over previous No. 2 LSU. Clemson remained in the top spot following a win over Florida State. It will be interesting..." November 11

  • Report: Miami interested in bringing Mario Cristobal home

    Football Scoop "Sources tell FootballScoop that Alabama offensive line coach Mario Cristobal is “at the top of the list” for Miami and that discussions have taken place between representatives on each side. Our source was unable to say whether Cristobal is alone at the top of the list or not but it is clear..." November 10

  • Georgia Tech wide receiver Micheal Summers leaves team

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "With three games remaining in the season, Georgia Tech wide receiver Michael Summers has left the team, coach Paul Johnson said Monday. “Just said he didn’t want to play anymore,” Johnson said. Johnson said he had no prior indication of Summers’ plans. Summers, a junior, has started 26 games..." November 10

  • 3-Star DE Joshua Uche De-Commits From Miami Because Of Coaching Change

    College Spun "The University of Miami lost another football commitment Sunday due to the firing of former head coach Al Golden – this time three-star defensive end Joshua Uche. The 6-foot-2, 212-pounder out of Columbus High in Miami, who had been committed since March, announced his decision to re-open his..." November 09

  • Miami says ACC acknowledged other missed calls against Duke

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Athletic director Blake James told donors and season ticket holders in a letter Thursday that the ACC apologized to the university for "multiple incorrect calls" during the Hurricanes controversial win against Duke. The Hurricanes won following a miraculous eight-lateral play that resulted in a..." November 06

  • Florida State RB Mario Pender cleared to play vs. Clemson

    The Score "Florida State running back Mario Pender will be available to play Saturday against No. 1 Clemson, head coach Jimbo Fisher told reporters Thursday. Pender has missed the last five games for the Seminoles after suffering a collapsed lung in late September." November 06

  • Georgia Tech defensive tackle Adam Gotsis’ knee injury a season-ender

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Georgia Tech defensive tackle Adam Gotsis is out for the remainder of the season with a knee injury suffered in the Virginia game last Saturday. Gotsis hurt his knee on the first play from scrimmage in the Yellow Jackets’ 27-21 loss to the Cavaliers. Gotsis, a captain and three-year starter,..." November 06

  • Everett Golson, Dalvin Cook available for FSU; Jimbo won't name QB

    CBS Sports "Florida State is getting healthy at the right time. Jimbo Fisher told reporters Thursday, via the Orlando Sentinel, that quarterback Everett Golson has been cleared to play by doctors after suffering a concussion and star running back Dalvin Cook will be back in the lineup against No. 1..." November 05

  • NC State leading rusher Matt Dayes (foot surgery) out for the year

    CBS Sports "NC State running back Matt Dayes will miss the rest of the 2015 season because of a foot injury suffered against Clemson last Saturday. According to a release from the school, Dayes will undergo surgery on Friday, ending what has been a fantastic campaign for the junior from Weston, Fla. "I'm..." November 05

  • Ex-Florida State QB John Franklin III commits to transfer to Auburn

    CBS Sports "Auburn boosted its quarterback depth for 2016 on Wednesday with the addition of former Florida State quarterback John Franklin III to its recruiting class. Franklin suffered an injury in the spring and chose to transfer to East Mississippi Community College after Everett Golson announced his..." November 04

  • Clemson, LSU, Ohio State and Alabama top four in CFP rankings

    ESPN "Being undefeated doesn't guarantee you a spot in the top four of the College Football Playoff as Alabama at 7-1 joins undefeated Clemson (No. 1) , LSU (No. 2) and defending champion Ohio State (No. 3) atop the season's first rankings. Though ranked seventh in the AP poll, the Tide leaped over..." November 03

  • Jimbo Fisher: 'We feel comfortable with 2 quarterbacks in our system'

    The Score "Florida State quarterback Sean Maguire's impressive performance Saturday has given Jimbo Fisher a lot to think about. Maguire threw for 348 yards and three touchdowns in a win over Syracuse filling in for an injured Everett Golson. If Golson is ready to return this week from a concussion, it's..." November 03

  • Rich Rod leads list of 6 candidates to replace Beamer at Virginia Tech

    CBS Sports "When Virginia Tech's Frank Beamer stepped down Sunday effective at the end of the season, a trend continued. College football is increasingly becoming a young man's game. In a span of 19 days, college football has lost four of its five oldest coaches. For various reasons, Steve Spurrier..." November 02

  • Frank Beamer forever changed football and the definition of a Hokie

    CBS Sports "Frank Beamer's retirement is a national story because, first and foremost, he is a local treasure in Blacksburg, Va. The tears welled up for Beamer on Monday, reflecting the outpouring of gratitude from Hokies fans for an authentic coach who inspires loyalty because what you see is what you..." November 02

  • Duke's David Cutcliffe not satisfied with suspension of officiating crew

    ESPN "David Cutcliffe entered a quiet locker room. No one moved. No one said a word. It was a team in stunned silence. Usually, the Duke coach has words already prepared for these moments after a tough loss, but given the context — the dramatic comeback, the miraculous Miami kick return, the endless..." November 02

  • NC State’s Richardson suspended after DWI arrest

    Raleigh News & Observer "N.C. State suspended right tackle Will Richardson on Sunday after he was arrested for driving while impaired on early Sunday morning in Raleigh. Richardson, a redshirt freshman, started the first eight games for the Wolfpack. The school announced his indefinite suspension on Sunday..." November 02

  • FSU quarterback competition back on after Sean Maguire's strong play

    Orlando Sentinel "FSU quarterback Sean Maguire, in his mind, simply did his job Saturday. If he performed well enough to make life more difficult for coach Jimbo Fisher this week, so be it. On Saturday, Maguire was efficient yet explosive, calm yet aggressive. The backup seized his opportunity to make a..." November 02

  • Virginia Tech's Frank Beamer retiring after season

    Yahoo! Sports "Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer is retiring at the end of the season. The longtime coach of the Hokies will leave his post after 29 seasons and he has the most wins of any current coach. Beamer became Virginia Tech's coach in 1987 and has taken the Hokies to a bowl game in every season since..." November 01

  • ACC suspends Miami-Duke officials for 'series of errors' on final TD

    CBS Sports "The entire officiating crew from Saturday's wild Miami-Duke finish has been suspended for two conference games and the Hurricanes' winning touchdown shouldn't have counted, the ACC announced on Sunday. In a news release, the ACC detailed four mistakes missed by the on-field crew and replay..." November 01

  • Clemson's Deshaun Watson runs into NC State assistant, who shoves back

    ESPN "NC State running backs coach Des Kitchings appeared to shove Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson in the back on a play that went out of bounds during the Tigers' 56-41 win on Saturday. Replays showed Watson running out of bounds and into Kitchings late in the third quarter, and Kitchings..." November 01

  • Everett Golson out, Sean Maguire to start for Florida State vs. Syracuse

    CBS Sports "No. 17 Florida State will be without starting quarterback Everett Golson against Syracuse on Saturday, the Seminoles confirmed Saturday morning. Per Noles247, Golson is suffering from a concussion and will not play vs. the 3-4 Orange. Junior Sean Maguire will start in his place, as Maguire did..." October 31

  • Jimbo Fisher: Florida State RB Dalvin Cook (ankle) to miss Syracuse game

    CBS Sports "Florida State running back Dalvin Cook will miss Saturday's game against Syracuse with an ankle injury, Jimbo Fisher told reporters on Thursday. "Dalvin will be out," Fisher told reporters. "Dalvin has an ankle [injury]. Actually has nothing to do with the hamstring. Hamstring has actually..." October 30

  • Miami Hurricanes DT Michael Wyche arrested for domestic battery, suspended

    Palm Beach Post "UM suspended defensive tackle Michael Wyche indefinitely Wednesday after he was arrested on charges of misdemeanor domestic battery. He was booked at 4:50 a.m. and remained in Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center Wednesday afternoon on $1,500 bond, according to court records. Wyche,..." October 28

  • It Appears Miami’s Brad Kaaya Won’t Play Saturday vs. Duke

    College Spun "Miami’s Brad Kaaya did not practice today. It appears the Hurricanes’ starting quarterback could miss more than just once practice. Kaaya was taken out of the Clemson game after sustaining a hard hit to the head and failing a concussion test. " October 28

  • Miami’s Artie Burns dealing with moms death; ‘Canes set up fund

    College Football Talk "In addition to losing his head coach over the weekend, one member of the Miami football program is dealing with a loss much infinitely greater than that. Monday, the mother of star cornerback Artie Burns was hospitalized Monday in grave condition after suffering a heart attack. Tuesday morning,..." October 28

  • Ex-Syracuse QB AJ Long will transfer, wants to keep playing football after being DQ'd at SU due to concussions "Former Syracuse quarterback AJ Long has been granted his release from SU. He intends to transfer and continue playing football at another school. Long announced the news on Twitter Tuesday afternoon. The 6-foot, 181-pound Long was medically disqualified due to multiple concussions two weeks..." October 28

  • Dabo Swinney blames social media for midseason firings

    The Score "Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney might be having a tremendous season, but that doesn't mean he won't stand by his fellow man. In a press conference Tuesday, Swinney outlined the correlation between coaches getting fired midseason and social media. He said that back in the day, coaches would be..." October 28

  • Five-star TE Chris Clark will not transfer to Syracuse, according to reports "Former five-star tight end Chris Clark will not transfer to Syracuse University, according to reports from recruiting websites Scout and Rivals. According to Pittsburgh Rivals reporter Chris Peak, Syracuse chose not to honor Clark's verbal commitment from a week ago. Syracuse Scout reporter..." October 27

  • Ed Reed hints he would like to be considered for Miami coaching job

    Larry Brown Sports "The Miami football program has produced countless NFL stars over the years, and one of them might be interested in helping the team turn its recent misfortunes around. Former Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed, who won a national championship at Miami in 2001, hinted this week that he is thinking..." October 27

  • Virginia's Eric Gallon and Michael Mooney to have season-ending surgeries

    The Score "Two Virginia players will have season-ending surgeries, according to head coach Mike London. Freshman linebacker Eric Gallon was injured in Saturday's loss to North Carolina, and will not play again this season. It's an unfortunate turn of events for Gallon, as Saturday was his first career..." October 27

  • Miami Will Bust Open Wallet For Next Head Coach

    Gamedayr "A day after firing Head Coach Al Golden, the Miami Hurricanes are talking dollars. Well, at least its major donors are. The Miami Herald spoke with a prominent donor after Golden’s firing and the donor spilled some of the financial beans. First, the donor spoke about how trustees, not..." October 27

  • Canes great Ed Reed would 'entertain' offer, says players want input on hire

    CBS Sports "Former Miami Hurricanes legend Ed Reed would like see former players involved in the coaching search for Al Golden's replacement, so much so that he said Monday even he would listen if the school wants to talk about a position with the program. Reed laughed off the idea of him as a head coach..." October 26

  • Butch Davis would 'love to be considered' for UM coaching job

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "A day after Miami fired Al Golden, one former Hurricanes coach wasted no time in expressing his desire to return to Coral Gables and try – again – to restore Miami to national prominence. During his weekly radio segment with 790 The Ticket on Monday morning, former Hurricanes coach Butch Davis,..." October 26

  • Charlie Strong says he is not interested in Miami opening

    ESPN "Texas coach Charlie Strong laughed Monday when asked if he's going to be the next coach at Miami. He denied any interest in the job opening. "I have the best job in the country," Strong said. Strong was asked again at the end of his weekly news conference to clarify whether he was saying no..." October 26

  • Former Hurricanes coach Butch Davis throws his name in the ring for Miami job

    College Football Talk "Former Miami Hurricanes head coach Butch Davis has interest in coming home. With Miami firing Al Golden as head coach Sunday evening, Davis has jumped in line to be a candidate for the job. In a radio interview Monday morning on 790 The Ticket in Miami, Davis said he would like to be considered..." October 26

  • 4-star DE/LB Vandarius Cowan withdraws commitment to FSU

    Tallahassee Democrat "The Florida State football team lost a recruit from the class of 2017 on Sunday. Four-star defensive end/linebacker Vandarius Cowan (Palm Beach Gardens High) announced his decommittment from the school on Twitter. Cowan took a visit to the University of Miami to see the Hurricanes' 58-0 loss..." October 26

  • 4-Star 2016 Wide Receiver Ahmmon Richards Announces Decommitment From Miami

    College Spun "The recruiting fallout from Al Golden’s firing has begun. About an hour after the news broke, four-star 2016 wide receiver Ahmmon Richards from West Palm Beach announced his decision to decommit due to the move." October 26

  • Miami fires head coach Al Golden

    USA Today "Al Golden is out at Miami, one day after the worst loss in Hurricanes history. Hurricanes athletics director Blake James made the announcement Sunday evening. Assistant coach Larry Scott will serve as interim coach for the remainder of the season. “Coach Golden has led our program through..." October 25

  • Warren Sapp, other ex-Miami stars rip Al Golden during game vs. Clemson

    ESPN "Miami hadn't even reached halftime of Saturday's 58-0 shellacking by No. 6 Clemson before a couple of former Hurricanes All-Americans were calling for embattled coach Al Golden to be fired on Twitter. After the Hurricanes fell behind 21-0 in the first quarter, Warren Sapp, an All-American..." October 25

  • Noles QB Everett Golson weaving a remarkable tale of redemption

    CBS Sports "On the night of September 7, 2013, Everett Golson settled in to watch some Notre Dame football. Everything was wrong. He was viewing the game from San Diego, specifically the Mission Beach home of George Whitfield -- his personal quarterback tutor. Golson had just moved West to rededicate..." October 23

  • UNC updates statuses of suspended Mike Hughes, M.J. Stewart

    The Score "The North Carolina secondary will get some help for Saturday's ACC matchup with Virginia, but will still be missing their interception leader for another week. Head coach Larry Fedora announced Wednesday that suspended defensive back Mike Hughes has been reinstated and will play versus the..." October 22

  • Hokies suspend WR Deon Newsome following DWI arrest

    College Football Talk "With another weekend in the rear-view, there’s the obligatory resetting of the good ol’ “Days Without An Arrest” ticker. The latest to knock the thing back to double zeroes is Virginia Tech’s Deon Newsome, who was arrested Sunday morning and charged with driving while intoxicated and public..." October 21

  • Clemson's Swinney: I'd take Dalvin Cook over Leonard Fournette "While Leonard Fournette continues to draw heavy Heisman Trophy discussion with a weekly 200-yard average, he's not the only running back carrying the primary offensive burden for a top-10 team. Florida State's Dalvin Cook has been spectacular as well. He's been the most reliable option to move the..." October 21

  • Did Pittsburgh coach Pat Narduzzi just fire shots at Penn State?

    ESPN "The jab was subtle, but the message was received loud and clear in Happy Valley. Without using names or universities, Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi implied Monday that Penn State's play-calling has negatively impacted quarterback Christian Hackenberg. Narduzzi offered this interesting aside during a..." October 20

  • Hokies announce Michael Brewer as starting QB for Duke

    The Roanoke Times "Virginia Tech's starting quarterback intrigue is over. The Hokies announced early Monday that Michael Brewer will return as the starting quarterback this week against Duke. He has not started since breaking his collarbone in the season opener and only returned to action in the third quarter..." October 20

  • FSU safety Trey Marshall out for regular season with biceps injury

    Orlando Sentinel "FSU starting safety Trey Marshall will reportedly miss the remainder of the regular season with a biceps injury. Coach Jimbo Fisher told Warchant Radio Sunday evening that Marshall will undergo surgery to repair the injury he suffered in the first quarter of Saturday’s 41-21 victory over..." October 19

  • Miami's Kirby out for season with knee injury

    The Score "Miami's Raphael Kirby will miss the remainder of the season with a knee injury, according to Tim Reynolds of the Associated Press. Kirby left Saturday's 30-20 win over Virginia Tech in the third quarter after attempting to make a tackle, and will have surgery Wednesday, head coach Al Golden..." October 19

  • North Carolina suspends two DBs for involvement in legal matter

    CBS Sports "North Carolina announced indefinite suspensions for two key members of its secondary on Thursday night, apparently a result of an altercation in Chapel Hill earlier this month. Starting cornerback M.J. Stewart and reserve corner Mike Hughes will miss Saturday's game against Wake Forest as the..." October 16

  • Florida State files motion to prevent release of Title IX suit depositions

    USA Today "Florida State has filed a motion seeking a protective order to prevent the release of deposition transcripts and videos in a Title IX lawsuit filed by Erica Kinsman. In its motion seeking the order, which was filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida, FSU..." October 14

  • Concussions end career of Syracuse quarterback AJ Long

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Concussions have ended the football career of Syracuse quarterback AJ Long. Syracuse team physician Dr. James Tucker disqualified the sophomore after reviewing his concussion history, the school announced Tuesday. Long, a native of Bethlehem, Pa., suffered multiple concussions while at..." October 14

  • Florida State's Mario Pender released from hospital following collapsed lung

    The Score "Florida State running back Mario Pender has been discharged from the hospital three weeks after he suffered a collapsed lung during practice. The redshirt junior was hospitalized on Sept. 22 after bumping harmlessly into an offensive lineman at practice. Despite returning to the squad, head..." October 10

  • Four-Star TE Garrett Walston has switched his commitment from Georgia to UNC

    Scout "Garrett Walston will continue his football career in state after all. The four-star tight end switched his commitment to UNC from Georgia on Thursday, according to Inside Carolina sources. Walston, a 6-foot-4 standout from Wilmington (N.C.) New Hanover ranked the No. 15 tight end in the nation..." October 09

  • Dismissed Syracuse football player Ashton Broyld joins DT Wayne Williams at West Georgia "Former Syracuse football player Ashton Broyld has resurfaced at West Georgia after being dismissed from SU for a violation of team rules in late July. Defensive tackle Wayne Williams, who previously announced his move on Facebook, also transferred to WGU. SU head coach Scott Shafer mentioned..." October 09

  • FSU's Dalvin Cook returns to practice

    Orlando Sentinel "FSU running back Dalvin Cook practiced Thursday. The Seminoles’ standout sophomore was in shoulder pads and a helmet, and enthusiastically juked in between tackling dummies after the team’s stretching period. It is an encouraging sign for Cook, who has been considered “day-to-day” after..." October 09

  • Gators, Hurricanes close to deal for game at Orlando's Citrus Bowl

    Orlando Sentinel "The Florida Gators and Miami Hurricanes are close to signing a deal to open the football season in Orlando’s Citrus Bowl in 2019, the Orlando Sentinel has learned. Although the deal has not yet been signed and a last-minute snag in negotiations is always a possibility, it certainly appears the..." October 08

  • With Dalvin Cook hurting, FSU's backup plan is crucial

    Jacksonville Times-Union "All of a sudden, healthy running backs are at a premium for the Florida State football team. A hamstring injury sustained by ACC rushing leader Dalvin Cook in last week’s 24-16 victory over Wake Forest has made him a huge question mark as the No. 12-ranked Seminoles prepare to play Miami on..." October 07

  • Clemson WR Mike Williams likely out for remainder of 2015

    College Football Talk "Not surprisingly, Clemson is expected to be without one of its top returning receivers for the remainder of the 2015 season. On the Tigers’ opening drive of the 2015 season, Mike Williams sustained a neck injury after crashing into the goal post following a touchdown reception. The wide..." October 06

  • Hokies land commitment from four-star CB Khalil Ladler

    The Roanoke Times "Virginia Tech's lost two straight games, but it got a recruiting win Sunday. Khalil Ladler, a 5-foot-10, 168-pound cornerback from IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida, committed to the Hokies' 2016 class. Ladler, who had more than two dozen offers, including Miami, LSU, Georgia, Florida State..." October 05

  • FSU RB Mario Pender has surgery after suffering collapsed lung

    Tallahassee Democrat "Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher said backup running back Mario Pender had surgery on Wednesday after suffering a collapsed lung last week. Fisher said the surgery was to close a minor hole in Pender’s lung and address an infection. Fisher originally said Pender's recovery would last 10-12..." October 01

  • Jayron Kearse, Clemson defense ready to make a statement against Notre Dame

    Independent Mail "When the Clemson football team plays Notre Dame in primetime Saturday, junior safety Jayron Kearse will be playing with a chip on his shoulder. “They’re getting a bit chippy, they’re talking a lot, all through the media and things like that so I’ll just say, I hope the ref lets us play..." October 01

  • N.C. State dismisses RB Shadrach Thornton from team

    Greensboro "N.C. State starting running back Shadrach Thornton has been dismissed from the program, the school announced Wednesday. Thornton's dismissal came after he was arrested Tuesday night, according to police reports. “It’s an unfortunate set of circumstances, but we’ve made the decision to..." October 01

  • Virginia Tech loses All-American CB Kendall Fuller for season

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Virginia Tech cornerback Kendall Fuller, a preseason All-American and projected first-round pick in next spring's NFL Draft, is out for the season after undergoing knee surgery. The school announced Wednesday that Fuller had been playing through a torn meniscus suffered in preseason practice..." September 30

  • NC State’s Shadrach Thornton arrested after moped accident

    Raleigh News & Observer "N.C. State running back Shadrach Thornton was arrested after a moped accident near campus on Tuesday night. Thornton was charged with failure to stop and render aid and failure to provide information, both misdemeanors, after his moped hit a pedestrian near the intersection of Avent Ferry Road..." September 30

  • Mario Pender still in hospital, out vs. Wake Forest

    ESPN "Florida State running back Mario Pender remains hospitalized due to a collapsed lung, but Seminoles coach Jimbo Fisher said he hopes the junior will be released soon. Pender will miss the Seminoles' upcoming game against Wake Forest on Saturday. A 21-year-old redshirt junior from Fort Myers,..." September 29

  • Former FSU QB De'Andre Johnson going to trial after disagreement on plea deal

    Tallahassee Democrat "Former Florida State quarterback De’Andre Johnson’s misdemeanor battery case will go to trial after a disagreement with his plea deal emerged at a Monday hearing in Leon County court. Jury selection will be on Dec. 11, and the trial will begin on Dec. 14. Johnson also has a pretrial hearing set..." September 29

  • UNC coach Larry Fedora: Marquise Williams is our starting quarterback

    Raleigh News & Observer "North Carolina coach Larry Fedora on Monday attempted to put to rest any speculation about whether the Tar Heels have a brewing quarterback controversy: Marquise Williams, he said, remains the Tar Heels’ starting quarterback. Fedora began his weekly press conference by reiterating Williams’..." September 29

  • BC loses top RB Jon Hilliman to foot surgery

    Boston Herald "Boston College’s featured tailback Jon Hilliman had foot surgery on Sunday and will be out for an extended period according to Eagles head coach Steve Addazio. The sophomore rushed for a season-high 122 yards on 24 carries in Saturday’s 17-14 upset victory over Northern Illinois at Alumni..." September 29

  • Georgia Tech LB Beau Hankins tweets he’s leaving the hive

    College Football Talk "Georgia Tech has lost two straight games, and now the Yellow Jackets have lost another linebacker. Beau Hankins, on his Twitter profile this morning, announced he is parting ways with the program, although Paul Johnson and Georgia Tech have yet to confirm this roster change." September 28

  • Duke cornerback T.J. Douglas arrested, dismissed from team

    Raleigh News & Observer "Duke redshirt sophomore cornerback T.J. Douglas was been dismissed from the team Sunday for violation of program policy, Cutcliffe announced. Douglas was arrested earlier in the day on suspicion on driving while impaired in Durham. He was booked and released without bond the same day, according to..." September 28

  • FSU Mario Pender Released From Hospital After Collapsed Lung

    Black Sports Online "Florida State has been without running back Mario Pender for a few days after he was hospitalized due to a collapsed lung. Pender suffered the injury during Tuesday’s practice as he ran into an offensive lineman. He was then taking to hospital after having trouble breathing and has since been..." September 25

  • Duke RB Jela Duncan expected to return Saturday

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "It looks like Duke will get a nice boost to its offense on Saturday. According to the Associated Press, Blue Devils head coach David Cutcliffe said Thursday that running back Jela Duncan will make his return to the field “somewhere in the first quarter” of the team’s ACC opener against No. 20..." September 25

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