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  • QB uncertainty no big deal for TCU

    Fox Sports Southwest "The TCU Horned Frogs will debut their new offense Saturday against Samford with a veteran quarterback under center. Whether it will be junior Trevone Boykin or senior Matt Joeckel won't be known until 6 p.m. when the Frogs take the field at Amon Carter Stadium. Head coach Gary Patterson..." August 28

  • Okla. St. to start QB Walsh vs. No. 1 Noles

    ESPN.com "J.W. Walsh will start at quarterback for Oklahoma State when the Cowboys open the season against No. 1 Florida State on Saturday, coach Mike Gundy told ESPN Radio. "J.W. has taken the majority of the [first-team] reps and will be the guy that goes out there and starts for us," Gundy told "SVP..." August 28

  • Stoops: Seems DGB wants to stay at OU

    The Oklahoman "Bob Stoops wouldn’t speak much Monday about Dorial Green-Beckham’s situation a few days after the NCAA denied a waiver request for immediate eligibility and Oklahoma all but announced it wouldn’t pursue the matter further. But Stoops did say Green-Beckham remained in class at OU and that he..." August 27

  • A&M transfer eligible to play for Baylor this season

    Dallas Morning News "Ishmael Wilson, a transfer offensive lineman from Texas A&M, will be eligible this season after receiving a waiver from the NCAA." August 27

  • West Virginia QB Clint Trickett says his 1st kiss was with Nick Saban's daughter

    Alabama.com "West Virginia quarterback Clint Trickett kissed and told Tuesday when he met with reporters in Morgantown. Asked about his relationship with Alabama coach Nick Saban, Trickett confessed that his first kiss was with Saban's daughter, Kristen. "His daughter was my first kiss, back in the day,"..." August 27

  • Banks reinstated by NCAA, but must serve 3-game suspension

    Metro News "The NCAA has reinstated Icky Banks to West Virginia’s football team but the cornerback must serve a three-game suspension to open the season, coach Dana Holgorsen said Monday. MetroNews first reported last week that Banks was being held out of practice while facing an academic situation that..." August 25

  • Texas OL Rami Hammad is transferring to Baylor

    Our Daily Bears "A little over 20 months after decommitting from Baylor's 2013 recruiting class, OL Rami Hammad is coming home. Last week, we started hearing rumors that OL Rami Hammad, once a Baylor commit in the class of 2013, was leaving Texas for greener pastures elsewhere. I never really considered the..." August 25

  • West Virginia suspends Ickey Banks for three games

    CBSSports.com "So you're West Virginia and you're coming off a season in which your defense allowed 33.3 points per game, and ranked 97th in the country with a defensive pass efficiency of 140.8. You're also opening the 2014 season with a game against Alabama. And you'll be doing this without your starting..." August 25

  • NCAA denies Oklahoma's waiver for Dorial Green-Beckham

    CBSSports.com "If Dorial Green-Beckham is ever going to play a game for the Oklahoma Sooners, it won't be this season. The school announced Friday evening that the NCAA had turned down its waiver request to give Green-Beckham eligibility for this season. "The University of Oklahoma has learned that the waiver..." August 23

  • Vince Young: I would've stayed a Longhorn if I knew Texans would pass on me

    Fox Sports Southwest "Vince Young had everything going his way at the beginning of 2006. After leading the Texas Longhorns to a thrilling win over USC in the Rose Bowl for the national championship, he decided to skip his senior year in hopes his hometown NFL team would select him with the No. 1 overall pick in the..." August 21

  • Injuries cost KU its top two RBs for all of 2014

    College Football Talk "It’s not been a very good past couple of days for experienced members of Kansas’ backfield. The Jayhawks confirmed Tuesday that running backs Brandon Bourbon and Taylor Cox will miss all of the 2014 season due to injuries. The former tore an ACL during a scrimmage Sunday, the latter ruptured an..." August 20

  • Oklahoma suspends freshman Joe Mixon for entire season

    ESPN.com "Oklahoma freshman running back Joe Mixon has been suspended from all activities with the football team for the entire season, the university announced Monday. Mixon was charged Friday with misdemeanor assault stemming from an alleged incident in which he was accused of punching a woman in the..." August 19

  • Iowa State names Richardson starting QB

    Fox Sports Southwest "New Iowa State OC Mark Mangino has answered the biggest question facing his new offense in Ames. Winter Park, Florida native Sam Richardson beat out Grant Rohach to earn the starting nod at quarterback for the Cyclones when they open their season on Aug. 30 against North Dakota State, the..." August 19

  • Bryce Petty's unlikely journey to becoming Baylor's star

    SI - College Football "Neither one has the number quite right, but the point is the same. “He waited so long to play,” Baylor offensive tackle Spencer Drango says of quarterback Bryce Petty. “Seventeen hundred and 56 days.” Says Petty of his return for a second season as the Bears' starter: “I didn’t wait 1,786 days to..." August 18

  • Report: Starting CB for WVU faces eligibility issues

    College Football Talk "The West Virginia Mountaineers surrendered 263.3 passing yards per game in 2013. The Mountaineers’ defense finished 106th overall in pass defense. It doesn’t get much worse…unless the team loses its top cornerback. That’s exactly what the Mountaineers are facing as the 2014 season..." August 18

  • Former OU commit Dalton Rodriguez transferring to Sooners from Tulsa

    The Oklahoman "Dalton Rodriguez committed to Oklahoma while he was at Tulsa Union but, wanting to play defense, eventually switched his commitment to Tulsa and eventually signed with the Golden Hurricane. Now, Rodriguez will wind up in Norman after all, deciding to transfer to OU after an up and down year..." August 18

  • Reports: Nebraska DT Aaron Curry to transfer to Oklahoma

    CBSSports.com "Nebraska 's defensive line depth has taken a hit with the reported transfer of tackle Aaron Curry, a junior who started eight games for the Huskers in 2013. Both SoonerScoop.com and HuskerOnline.com reported that Curry will transfer to Oklahoma, the school wher his father played basketball in..." August 18

  • Starting QB decision still up in the air at Oklahoma State

    College Football Talk "Oklahoma State held a scrimmage on Saturday, but it shed little light on which quarterback will receive the chance to lead the Cowboys offense in the season opener against defending national champion Florida State. Head coach Mike Gundy seems pleased with the play of his quarterback options..." August 17

  • Joe Mixon charged with misdemeanor

    ESPN.com "Oklahoma freshman running back Joe Mixon was charged Friday with a misdemeanor stemming from an alleged incident in which he was accused of punching a woman in the face. According to the Cleveland County district attorney's office, the penalty for an act resulting in gross injury could be up to..." August 16

  • Baker Mayfield will appeal to NCAA

    ESPN.com "The Oklahoma Sooners will submit Baker Mayfield's appeal to the NCAA on Thursday in hopes the quarterback can be eligible this season, his attorney Jim Darnell has told ESPN. A freshman walk-on quarterback at Texas Tech last season, Mayfield said he decided to leave Tech when he was told he..." August 14

  • Report: Former Longhorns QB Vince Young takes job at Texas

    Fox Sports - College Football "Texas has hired one of its former quarterbacks for a job that pays six figures, according to a report from Chip Brown of Horns Digest. According to the website's sources, Vince Young will join the school to work in the Division of Diversity and Community Engagement, where he will aid..." August 14

  • OU confirms freshman signee Vontre McQuinnie no longer on roster

    Tulsa World "Vontre McQuinnie, a three-star safety who signed with Oklahoma last February but never made it to Norman this summer, won’t be arriving anytime soon apparently. OU spokesman Pete Moris confirmed to the Tulsa World Wednesday that McQuinnie “is no longer on our roster.” McQuinnie had been listed..." August 14

  • Dana Holgorsen issues statement on his lying to recruits comment

    CBSSports.com "On Monday West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen raised some eyebrows when he said "you lie in recruiting a bunch" during a press conference. Not because the idea that coaches lie to recruits is anything new, but because you generally don't hear coaches admitting it publicly. And, as you'd expect,..." August 13

  • Green-Beckham helped with misapplication of rule by Oklahoma

    CBSSports.com "The story I'm reading in print indicates former Missouri receiver Dorial Green-Beckham is going to be eligible right away at Oklahoma. The NCAA guidelines in front of me say no such thing should be possible. Not even close. I've got the 19-page -- deep breath, here -- Division I Legislative..." August 13

  • Texas TE Greg Daniels to have knee surgery

    Burnt Orange Nation "The Texas Longhorns will be without senior tight end Greg Daniels for some time, according to head coach Charlie Strong. During a Tuesday evening media availability, the Texas head coach said that Daniels will have his knee scoped. Depending on the nature of the procedure, Daniels could be out..." August 13

  • TCU freshman RB Nixon lost to knee injury

    Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Shaun Nixon has a knee injury that will likely result in a redshirt season for him, TCU coach Gary Patterson said. The freshman running back from Lake Travis suffered the injury in practice last week and will undergo surgery. “If it’s going to happen, you want it to happen early,” Patterson..." August 12

  • Four-star OL Cody Ford flips commitment from TCU to Oklahoma

    Dallas Morning News "TCU suffered a major recruiting blow on the recruiting trail on Monday afternoon. Four-star Pineville offensive lineman Cody Ford, arguably the crown jewel of the Horned Frogs’ 2015 class, flipped his verbal commitment from TCU to Big 12 foe Oklahoma. “OU is a great program, and I like all..." August 12

  • OL Josh Jones commits to Oklahoma State

    Houston Chronicle "Josh Jones has been a menace to opponents on both the football field and basketball court for quite a while now. The 6-foot-5, 275-pound offensive lineman, who helped the Bush basketball team reach the region finals in March, verbally committed Monday to play his college football at Oklahoma..." August 11

  • Texas QB Miles Onyegbule tears knee ligaments, out for season

    Burnt Orange Nation "The Texas Longhorns have suffered their first significant injury of fall camp with the news that senior quarterback Miles Onyegbule will miss the rest of the season after tearing multiple knee ligaments in a recent practice: Listed as a quarterback on the official roster after making the move..." August 11

  • Oklahoma suspends top tackler Frank Shannon for a year

    USA Today "The University of Oklahoma has suspended the leading tackler on its football team, junior Frank Shannon, for a year. This spring The Oklahoman obtained a Title IX sexual assault allegation report that accused Shannon of trying to have intercourse in January with a woman who had not..." August 11

  • Devonte Fields ineligible for waiver

    ESPN.com "Suspended TCU defensive end Devonte Fields has backed out of his plan to enroll at Stephen F. Austin after a TCU committee ruled he was ineligible to receive a transfer waiver, the school announced Friday. "After originally agreeing to grant a release to Devonte Fields, which would allow him to..." 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

  • Oklahoma to add food truck

    ESPN.com "Oklahoma has found a creative way to make sure it complies with the new NCAA rule that allows athletes to receive unlimited snacks: a food truck. Sooners athletic director Joe Castiglione told ESPN.com that the vehicle the school is in the process of purchasing will serve as a solution to make..." August 08

  • K-State’s Bill Snyder says schools have ‘sold out’

    Kansas City Star "Kansas State football coach Bill Snyder had some harsh words for the state of college athletics during a news conference Wednesday at the team’s annual media day. After answering a wide range of questions about the upcoming season, he voiced his displeasure on the way universities have given in..." August 07

  • Texas WR Jaxon Shipley injures hamstring

    ESPN.com "The Texas offense has taken another hit early on in fall camp with the loss of Jaxon Shipley. The senior wide receiver suffered a hamstring injury during practice Monday, the school confirmed, and there is no timetable for his return. "Shipley has a hamstring pull, don't know the timetable..." August 07

  • Devonte Fields announces on Twitter he is transferring to SFA

    Dallas Morning News "After reportedly meeting with TCU officials Tuesday to discuss his future, Devonte Fields seems to be leaving the university. Fields posted to his private Twitter account that he is leaving TCU for Stephen F. Austin. The tweet read: “Just wanted to say thanks to TCU for the opportunity!..." August 07

  • Former K-State O-lineman lands at North Texas

    College Football Talk "A few months after deciding to leave Kansas State, it appears Aderius Epps has found himself a new college football home. While North Texas has yet to announce his addition to the roster, Epps confirmed to the Denton Chronicle that he will continue his playing career with the Mean Green. The..." August 06

  • Reports: Devonte Fields won’t be returning to TCU

    College Football Talk "It was reported Monday that Devonte Fields would be meeting with TCU officials, with the intimation being that the dismissed star defensive lineman could return to the football team. A day later, that doesn’t appear to be the case at all. Multiple media outlets were reporting — or, more to..." August 05

  • Source: Devonte Fields meeting with TCU on Tuesday

    Fox Sports Southwest "TCU's Devonte Fields will meet with school officials on Tuesday, a source told FOX Sports Southwest. They will discuss his status as a student. Fields has been "separated" from TCU since July 22, when Fort Worth police confirmed he was a suspect in a domestic disturbance call. Fields..." August 05

  • Officials feel confident about Dorial Green-Beckham's chances for immediate eligibility

    The Oklahoman "University of Oklahoma officials feel very confident about their chances to get wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham approved for immediate eligibility with an NCAA waiver, sources told The Oklahoman. OU still hasn’t filed the appeal yet, but plans to send it to the NCAA soon after they receive..." August 02

  • OU waiting to file Dorial Green-Beckham waiver appeal

    Tulsa World "With Joe Mixon not with the Oklahoma football team currently, and with police hoping to have their report filed to the DA late next week, perhaps this is a good time to revisit Dorial Green-Beckham. Remember him? The wide receiving phenom who showed up on the OU campus July 3 and officially..." July 31

  • Oklahoma RB Joe Mixon “not reporting at this time”

    College Football Talk "As a legal investigation continues to cloud the future of Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon, the university has issued a statement stating the five-stare Class of 2014 addition is not currently reporting to team activities. That is about as close as we have gotten to any word of a possible..." July 31

  • Running back Traevohn Wrench to attend Butler next year, not KU

    The Topeka Capital-Journal "Running back Traevohn Wrench will be playing his football at Butler Community College next season and not at Kansas, Gardner-Edgerton coach Marvin Diener confirmed to the Capital-Journal on Saturday. Wrench, who rushed for 2,091 yards and 30 touchdowns in his senior season at GEHS, was rated..." July 30

  • Former Vandy player moves on to WVU

    College Football Talk "A month and a half after leaving Vanderbilt a second time, Darien Bryant has found a new place to ply his football wares. While the school has yet to announce his addition, a source with knowledge of the situation tells CFT that Bryant has decided to transfer into the West Virginia football..." July 30

  • Texas Tech reels in verbal commitment from four-star Mesquite Horn OL Conner Dyer

    Dallas Morning News "While Texas A&M and Texas have been making a lot of noise on the recruiting trail as of late,Texas Tech is quietly putting together quite an impressive class. On Tuesday afternoon, the Red Raiders landed their third four-star commit in Mesquite Horn offensive lineman Conner Dyer, who announced..." July 30

  • Report: Three more Longhorns could face a suspension

    College Football Talk "When four players were dismissed from the Texas Longhorns program last week, there was speculation more players would follow. Three more players have been identified by HornsDigest.com’s Chip Brown as being at risk. Wide receiver Daje Johnson and offensive tackles Desmond Harrison and Kennedy..." July 29

  • Charges against WVU’s Smallwood dismissed

    The Charleston Gazette "Charges against WVU running back Wendell Smallwood were dropped today, according to Jason Miller, the public officer of the Delaware attorney general’s office. Smallwood was accused of trying to intimidate a witness in a murder case involving Zakee Lloyd in Wilmington, Del. After confirming..." July 29

  • Oklahoma State practice time penalty from NCAA rescinded

    Fox Sports Southwest "Oklahoma State's practice time won't be limited this fall. The NCAA amended OSU's APR score to 930 after receiving new information and rescinded an earlier penalty of two hours per week and the loss of a practice day. Oklahoma State discovered the recent graduation of a player from the 1990s..." July 29

  • Oklahoma RB Joe Mixon meets with police investigators; attorney says 'Joe has done nothing wrong'

    The Oklahoman "Kevin Finlay, the attorney representing OU freshman running back Joe Mixon, released the following statement to the media Monday afternoon regarding the assault allegations against his client: “This past Friday morning Joe Mixon found himself in a situation where he was subjected to both verbal..." July 29

  • Sumlin on Stoops: 'We'd take him up on' Sooners vs. Aggies

    CBSSports.com "Thanks to the recent rash of Texas A&M player arrests, Kevin Sumlin had plenty to talk about at his Friday night meeting with the Houston A&M Club. But his juiciest quote was -- not too surprisingly -- reserved for Oklahoma's Bob Stoops. At Big 12 Media Days, Stoops listed the Aggies' 2014..." July 27

  • Report: Texas boots RB Joe Bergeron, two others (team rules violations)

    CBSSports.com "The Texas roster continues to thin this week. Just hours after wide receivers Kendall Sanders and Montrel Meander were indefinitely suspended as a result of a sexual assault charge, reports began surfacing that defensive back Chevoski Collins and running back Jalen Overstreet had been dismissed..." July 26

  • Mack Brown joins ESPN as college football analyst

    USA Today "Mack Brown mapped out his career plan at a young age: He wanted to be a football coach first – and he was, from 1973 through last season – before either moving upstairs, as an athletic director, or into television, as a college football analyst. Seven months after the final game of his coaching..." July 24

  • Strong indefinitely suspends UT players charged with sexual assault

    Statesman "Charlie Strong said this week he would suspend the two players being investigated for sexual assault if they were criminally charged. Texas' coach followed through on that promise Thursday, suspending receivers Kendall Sanders and Montrel Meander indefinitely from the team. The two were charged..." July 24

  • 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

  • Longhorn sends brutally honest shot to Texas teammates

    Fox Sports - College Football "Part one of Charlie Strong’s “put the T back in Texas” campaign was simple enough: restore a hardness to the program that had eroded over the last few seasons. Strong began by implementing simple, discipline-driven rules – sit in the front two rows of class, no earrings in the football..." July 23

  • Baker Mayfield could add intriguing element at Oklahoma in 2014

    SI - College Football "It sounds like Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops could have an extra wrinkle in his quarterback situation in 2014. Stoops told reporters at Big 12 media days on Tuesday that Texas Tech transfer quarterback Baker Mayfield should be eligible to play immediately this fall. Mayfield surprised many when he..." July 23

  • Report: Texas coach Charlie Strong names David Ash starting QB

    SI - College Football "Just one day after he was cleared to return to full practices, David Ash was named the starting quarterback of the Texas Longhorns by first-year head coach Charlie Strong on Tuesday at Big 12 Media Days, reports Taylor Gaspar of Rivals. Ash was the starting quarterback going into last season,..." July 22

  • OU’s leading tackler, Frank Shannon, still a Sooner

    College Football Talk "When last we dipped our toes into the Frank Shannon “situation,” the linebacker’s future at Oklahoma was “in limbo” after he was accused of sexual assault. The Cleveland County (Okla.) District Attorney’s Office, however, declined to pursue charges following a weeks-long investigation. There..." July 22

  • TCU defensive star Devonte Fields a suspect in domestic disturbance

    Yahoo! Sports "TCU redshirt sophomore defensive end and Preseason Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year Devonte Fields is a suspect in a domestic disturbance that occurred Sunday morning in Fort Worth, Texas. According to a Fort Worth police report, Haley Brown, Fields' ex-girlfriend, accused him of punching..." July 22

  • Former top recruit Brandon Carter done at TCU

    Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Not surprisingly, wide receiver Brandon Carter's career at TCU is pretty much over. TCU head coach Gary Patterson said of the receiver, who in April was arrested on possession of marijuana (which was dropped), that Carter "Probably will not play this year. Academically he will not make..." July 22

  • Oklahoma gets commitment from 2015 defensive tackle Tyrell Jacobs

    The Oklahoman "Defensive tackle Tyrell Jacobs of Metairie (La.) Rummel High committed to Oklahoma on Monday. Jacobs posted his commitment on Twitter. Jacobs (6-foot-4, 260 pounds) had offers that includes Arizona State, Kansas State, Louisville, Mississippi State and Tennessee. He’s a two-star recruit..." July 21

  • Report: Texas quarterback David Ash cleared to practice

    SI - College Football "The Texas Longhorns offense is back at full strength for coach Charlie Strong's first season at the helm. Quarterback David Ash and running back Johnathan Gray were medically cleared to practice Monday, along with linebacker Jordan Hicks, reports Kirk Bohls of the Austin..." July 21

  • Report: Texas Tech backup cornerback Dee Paul leaves program

    Dallas Morning News "Cornerback Dee Paul has left the Texas Tech football program, according to Chris Level of Rivals.com. Paul, a sophomore from Munday, was listed behind La’Darius Newbold on the two-deep, post-spring depth chart. No reason was given for his departure. Level reported that he was released from..." July 20

  • Baylor flips highly rated Texas A&M OL commit

    College Football Talk "Baylor got one over on in-state recruiting power Texas A&M. Within days of Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin explaining how Texas A&M’s recruiting efforts have been so successful since joining the SEC, the Aggies lost one of the nation’s top offensive linemen in the Class of 2015 to..." July 19

  • Report: Texas RB Johnathan Gray expected to be cleared for workouts next week following torn Achilles recovery

    Dallas Morning News "Texas junior running back Johnathan Gray is expected to be fully cleared for workouts next week, a source familiar with the situation confirmed Thursday night. Gray suffered a season-ending torn Achilles tendon in an overtime win against West Virginia on Nov. 9 and later underwent surgery. The..." July 18

  • Texas Tech reinstates Nigel Bethel, who punched women's hoops star

    USA Today "Texas Tech announced in a news conference Wednesday night that it had reinstated highly regarded freshman defensive back Nigel Bethel, who had been dismissed following an altercation in a pickup basketball game. Bethel was caught on video punching women's basketball player Amber Battle,..." July 17

  • Book: Texas mulled $100M offer for Saban

    ESPN.com "Texas was prepared to offer Alabama coach Nick Saban a contract worth $100 million to coach the Longhorns, Paul Finebaum of the SEC Network writes in his new book. In Finebaum's book with Gene Wojciechowski, "My Conference Can Beat Your Conference," Finebaum writes: "Texas was dead serious..." July 17

  • Texas players may have accepted meals from agent, eligibility in jeopardy

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "The risky business of player-agent relationships may cost several Texas players their eligibility. News emerged Monday from the Austin American-Statesman that two Texas football players each “received a meal paid for by an agent” and that their NCAA eligibility for 2014 was in question. Texas..." July 17

  • Baylor O-lineman arrested on aggravated assault charge

    College Football Talk "The latest incident to trigger a resetting of the “Days Without An Arrest” ticker is a rather serious one. According to the Waco Tribune, Baylor offensive lineman Jacob Kyle was one of three men arrested and charged following an incident this past May at a place in Waco called BSR Cable Park...." July 15

  • Four-star 2016 running back Kameron Martin commits to Baylor

    SI - College Football "Four-star class of 2016 running back Kameron Martin has committed to Baylor. Martin tweeted the decision Tuesday morning. A native of Port Arthur, Texas, Martin chose the Bears over offers from Florida State, Tennessee, Florida, Clemson and others. He's rated the No. 1 all-purpose back and the..." July 15

  • West Virginia's Wendell Smallwood accused of witness intimidation

    USA Today "A Delaware man was arrested Monday in West Virginia, where he is a running back on the West Virginia University football team, and will be charged with witness intimidation in a murder case,Wilmington police said Monday night. Wendell Lynn Smallwood, 20, of Wilmington, was arrested as an..." July 15

  • Michigan, Oklahoma agree to home-and-home football series in 2025-26

    Michigan Live "Michigan is planning ahead in its non-conference schedule. Way ahead. U-M has agreed to play a home-and-home series against Oklahoma during the 2025 and 2026 seasons, the two programs announced Monday. The first meeting, to be played when some current Michigan players are in their..." July 15

  • Texas Longhorns won't sell beer at football games in 2014

    Burnt Orange Nation "When the Texas Longhorns decided to sell beer and wine at sporting events in the spring of 2014, including at baseball games and one men's basketball game, the expectation was that fans would be able to buy beer and wine at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium this fall as long as things went..." July 13

  • Three-star OL Garrett Thomas commits to the Texas Longhorns

    Burnt Orange Nation "The Texas Longhorns have added another big piece along the offensive line with the commitment of Many (La.) offensive lineman Garrett Thomas, who announced his pledge on Wednesday morning in a ceremony at his high school. A consensus three-star prospect, Thomas chose the Horns over finalists..." July 10

  • Texas Tech sells out season tickets for first time in school history

    College Football Talk "Texas Tech has done something never before achieved in school history. The Red Raiders have sold out all of the season tickets available for the upcoming home schedule in 2014. The school announced the historic development Wednesday on Twitter. Head coach Kliff Kingsbury has revitalized the..." July 10

  • Baylor installing RG3 statue at new stadium

    Fox Sports Southwest "Baylor fans will be able to see Robert Griffin III at McLane Stadium for years to come. The program will be honoring its most famous face with a statue at the new stadium, which opens this fall. Midland, Texas native Tom White of Tom White Studios in Prescott Valley, Ariz., completed the..." July 08

  • OU, DGB face long, uphill climb in winning waiver claim

    College Football Talk "As you no doubt have heard by now, Oklahoma shocked most observers by announcing that it had added erstwhile Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham. It was thought by many that Green-Beckham would be forced to sit out the 2014 season and then, if he decided against an early jump to the NFL..." July 04

  • Former Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham joins Oklahoma

    Kansas City Star "Former Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham will enroll at Oklahoma, Sooners football coach Bob Stoops announced on Thursday. Green-Beckham, who was dismissed from Missouri after a series of off-field troubles after two seasons, will sit out this season and become eligible to play for..." July 03

  • Aggie OL Ishmael Wilson transferring to Baylor

    Waco Trib "With his mother suffering in Dallas with kidney failure, Ishmael Wilson wanted to get closer to home. The redshirt freshman offensive tackle is transferring from Texas A&M to Baylor, and plans to arrive on campus next week in time for the second summer session. “College Station is just too..." July 02

  • Texas Tech dismisses Nigel Bethel II for allegedly punching women’s basketball player Amber Battle

    New York Daily News "Texas Tech has dismissed freshman defensive back Nigel Bethel II from the team following an incident at a campus recreation center. Tech spokesman Blayne Beal says Bethel was let go for “his role in an incident at the Texas Tech Student Recreation Center” on Saturday. No further details were..." June 30

  • OU freshman football player Steven Parker arrested

    The Oklahoman "Oklahoma freshman safety Steven Parker was arrested early Sunday morning on a complaint of public intoxication, according to the Cleveland County Sheriff’s office. Parker was arrested by the Norman police about 1:30 a.m. and was booked into Cleveland County jail less than two hours later after..." June 26

  • Clint Trickett named WVU's starter at QB

    ESPN.com "Coach Dana Holgorsen announced Tuesday that senior Clint Trickett will be his starting quarterback when West Virginia opens the season against Alabama. "Clint is 100 percent healthy and is ready to play," Holgorsen said in a statement. "He worked hard last season and showed a lot of ability and..." June 24

  • Report: Oklahoma extending Bob Stoops contract

    NFL.com "Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops is poised to join the $5 million club with a contract extension that will be reviewed by OU's board of regents Wednesday. Coming off an upset win over Alabama in the Sugar Bowl, and offseason interest from the NFL, the time was right for Oklahoma to protect its..." June 24

  • Baylor AD McCaw: Briles' hiring brought death threats

    Fox Sports Southwest "Art Briles has turned Baylor from a laughingstock into a Big 12 champion. Not everybody around Waco was a believer from the start. When Bears athletic director Ian McCaw hired him from Houston instead of then-49ers assistant Mike Singletary, he met plenty of pushback. A sizeable portion of..." June 24

  • Report: Former top recruit Robbie Rhodes no longer with Baylor football program

    Dallas Morning News "Sophomore wide receiver Robbie Rhodes is no longer with the Baylor football program, according to a social media report. David Smoak of KRZI-AM 1660 first reported the news Monday evening. Rhodes, who had 10 catches for 157 yards during his freshman season in 2013, was expected to play a..." June 24

  • Report: two Longhorns part of sexual assault investigation

    College Football Talk "In December of 2012, during the run-up to Texas’ appearance in the Alamo Bowl, quarterback Case McCoy and linebacker Jordan Hicks were indefinitely suspended by then-head coach Mack Brown in the midst of an investigation into an allegation of sexual assault. Neither player was ultimately..." June 22

  • OSU football player stabbed, abducted, robbed in Stillwater

    The Oklahoman "An Oklahoma State football player was stabbed, robbed and abducted Monday, Stillwater police said. Police did not identify the victim, but multiple sources close to the program confirmed it is wide receiver Cameron Hunter. The victim was treated for stab wounds to the abdomen and right..." June 19

  • Former top prospect Dorial Green-Beckham to Oklahoma?

    The Oklahoman "A little more than two years ago, Oklahoma was a major player in the Dorial Green-Beckham sweepstakes. Green-Beckham, a five-star wide receiver prospect considered the nation’s best player in the recruiting class of 2012, ultimately picked Missouri and compiled 87 catches, 1,278 yards and 17..." June 19

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