• Michigan State WR Macgarrett Kings Jr. on probation after April DUI

    Michigan Live "Michigan State junior wide receiver Macgarrett Kings Jr. was arrested and charged with driving under the influence shortly before being suspended from the football team this spring, according to Ingham County court records. Kings was arrested April 6 for driving with a blood alcohol content of..." August 21

  • Volcano poses threat to Penn State-UCF game in Ireland "In my time watching college football I've seen games canceled or delayed due to weather, but this would be a first. Penn State and UCF are scheduled to begin their seasons Aug. 30 with a game in Ireland, but that game could be in jeopardy because of, get this: volcanoes. Yes, it seems that..." August 20

  • Ohio State has dealt with losing Heisman candidates before

    Sporting News - NCAAF "A lot of Ohio State fans spent Tuesday afternoon clicking or tapping refresh, looking for any updates on star quarterback Braxton Miller. Miller suffered a season-ending shoulder injury Monday, which then led to a lot of Google searching on backup quarterbacks J.T. Barrett and Cardale..." August 20

  • Nebraska WR Kenny Bell Says He Bartended To Pay For Utilities "In three seasons, Nebraska wide receiver Kenny Bell has 134 recptions, 1,901 receiving yards and 15 receiving touchdowns. He has been selected to first team All-Big Ten, Big Ten All-Freshman Team and the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll. But for a week and a half, Bell did not have..." August 20

  • Spartans' quest: Prove '13 was no fluke "Michigan State has spent the last few months basking in the glow of a Big Ten championship and a victory in the Rose Bowl. Or, at least, that's what it has done publicly. Behind closed doors, the Spartans insist the focus on 2014 began on the plane back from Pasadena. The Spartans are on a..." August 19

  • What are Venric Mark's options post-Northwestern?

    CSN Chicago "Venric Mark is no longer a Northwestern Wildcat. So what's next? We know how Pat Fitzgerald's team plans to move on. They'll rely on the same running back depth that played in Mark's injury-caused absence last season. But what about Mark? He announced he'd be transferring, but where will he be..." August 19

  • Maryland announces ‘lifetime degree guarantee’ for athletes

    College Football Talk "Dubbing it “The Maryland Way Guarantee,” the University of Maryland is blazing a trail on which most, if not all, Power Five conference schools will ultimately travel. The university announced Tuesday morning that, beginning in November of this year, it will offer a lifetime degree guarantee..." August 19

  • Ohio State QB Braxton Miller to miss entire season "Ohio State senior quarterback Braxton Miller is expected to miss the 2014 season after re-injuring his right (throwing) shoulder at practice on Monday. Considered a Heisman Trophy candidate after a stellar junior year in which the Buckeyes went undefeated in the regular season, Mille's absence..." August 19

  • Report: Ohio State QB Braxton Miller re-injures shoulder

    USA Today "Braxton Miller, Ohio State's senior quarterback and a Heisman Trophy candidate, has re-injured his right shoulder and may miss the 2014 season, according to The Columbus Dispatch. Miller had surgery on the shoulder in February after injuring it on the first drive of Ohio State's Orange Bowl..." August 19

  • Danny Etling named Purdue's starting quarterback

    Indianapolis Star "Danny Etling's work is just beginning. He was named Purdue's starting quarterback Monday. It wasn't a surprise. Etling was the No. 1 quarterback after spring practice and didn't do anything to lose the job during training camp. Austin Appleby was given every chance to move past Etling,..." August 19

  • Michigan WR Csont'e York dismissed from program

    Detroit Free Press "Michigan coach Brady Hoke dismissed receiver Csont’e York from the program tonight. York, a sophomore receiver, had been suspended indefinitely since the start of training camp for a July 18 incident outside Scorekeepers bar in Ann Arbor that led to three misdemeanor assault charges. He is..." August 19

  • Reports: Nebraska DT Aaron Curry to transfer to Oklahoma "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 and reported that Curry will transfer to Oklahoma, the school wher his father played basketball in..." August 18

  • Hawkeyes lose starting fullback to season-ending injury

    Hawk Central "Junior Macon Plewa is now the starting fullback for the Iowa football team, but his promotion comes at a heavy price. Plewa became the starter after fellow junior and close friend Adam Cox suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in practice this week." August 17

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

  • Rutgers training camp: CB Dre Boggs injury forces RB Justin Goodwin to move to defense

    Newark Star-Ledger "After receiving bad news on the injury front with the uncertain status of freshman cornerback Dre Boggs, it didn't take long for Kyle Flood to react. The Rutgers football coach on Wednesday responded by moving his team's second-leading rusher to cornerback. Justin Goodwin, who was enjoying a..." August 14

  • Northwestern running back Venric Mark to transfer

    CSN Chicago "In a shocking announcement Wednesday night, Northwestern announced star running back Venric Mark will transfer from the program. The school's press release says he decided to leave the program, where he's spent the past four seasons, due to personal reasons and to play closer to his family...." August 14

  • Northwestern is losing two of its biggest weapons on offense "Last week it was announced that Northwestern's Venric Mark had been suspended for the first two games of the season, meaning that the Wildcats would be without their most dynamic playmaker to start 2014. Now they'll be without him all year, as the school announced Wednesday evening that Mark was..." August 13

  • Maryland transfer expected to join Thundering Herd

    The Herald-Dispatch "When Marshall University's football team takes the field Wednesday, expect a new player to make an appearance. And, he's a player who made national headlines previously in NCAA Division I. Former University of Maryland linebacker Shawn Petty, a 6-foot-2, 240-pound product out of Greenbelt,..." August 13

  • Christian Hackenberg named 1st sophomore captain PSU history "The season hasn’t yet started for Penn State, but Christian Hackenberg is already making program history. The second-year quarterback was announced as a team captain Wednesday morning, making him the first sophomore to earn the honor in the team’s 128-year history. Injured senior guard Miles..." August 13

  • Frank Epitropoulos leaves the Ohio State football team

    Land-Grant Holy Land "One of the members of Urban Meyer's inaugural recruiting class has decided to leave the football team to focus on academics. A year removed from a lack of certainty about what even what position his future would hold (admittedly somewhat tongue in cheek given the situation at punter and his..." August 13

  • Virginia linebacker Isaiah Davis commits to Maryland

    Baltimore Sun "Virginia linebacker Isaiah Davis, the younger brother of Maryland standout safety Sean Davis, verbally committed to the Terrapins Tuesday night. Davis said he called offensive coordinator Mike Locksley as Maryland wrapped up practice Tuesday night and later spoke to coach Randy Edsall. “For..." August 13

  • Gophers RB Edwards works to be pass-catching threat

    Fox Sports North "As the rest of his teammates filed into the locker room after practice, Gophers running back Berkley Edwards remained on the field. His work wasn't done yet. Thwack. The spiraling ball, fired from a passing machine, hit him in the hands. A coach loaded another football. Thwack. Again,..." August 12

  • Love, freshmen WRs will try to fill Badgers' pass-catching void

    Fox Sports Wisconsin "It sounded like a whole bunch of coach-speak when Chris Beatty remarked two weeks ago that his comfort level with Wisconsin's wide receiver group was high. Of course, one might think, Beatty would say that. What else is the coach in charge of the Badgers' wide receivers supposed to say? But..." August 12

  • Devin Gardner says he's only been sacked twice in camp; Doug Nussmeier preaches 'winning football'

    Michigan Live "The Big Ten Network spent most of Monday in Ann Arbor tracking the Michigan football team and targeting in on a few of the most important topics during fall camp. Topic No. 1, almost every time, was -- of course -- the offensive line. Both head coach Brady Hoke and offensive coordinator Doug..." August 12

  • Ex-Ohio St. QB Pryor 'wrong' for infractions "Seattle Seahawks quarterback Terrelle Pryor said Tuesday he was wrong when he broke NCAA rules while playing for Ohio State, but he supports the recent federal court decision giving college athletes the rights to sell their names and likenesses. "I'm glad they did that," Pryor said on 710 ESPN..." August 12

  • Three-star Florida safety Carlton Davis commits to Ohio State

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Ohio State picked a verbal commitment from three-star safety Carlton Davis of Miami (Fla.) Norland on Monday evening, according to's Corey Bender. Davis hasn't yet been rated by, but he's clearly a coveted prospect considering his offer list. Before committing to the..." August 12

  • Report: Ohio State DL Dylan Thompson out for 2-3 months with fractured kneecap

    Land-Grant Holy Land "The freshman defensive lineman will reportedly be on the shelf to start the season. After a stellar high school career that ended with multiple major college offers and the recognition that comes with being one of the best prep players in Illinois, freshman defensive lineman Dylan Thompson was..." August 12

  • Ohio State freshman LB Kyle Berger says he's torn his ACL again

    Land-Grant Holy Land "According to freshman linebacker Kyle Berger, he's torn his ACL a second time. Per the player himself, Ohio State freshman linebacker Kyle Berger has torn his ACL again. The same injury had cut his final season playing high school football short before it ever even began. Berger was projected..." August 12

  • Injury shelves Penn State's Adam Breneman indefinitely

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Penn State is losing one of its best players for what will likely be an extended time period. The athletic department announced this morning that tight end Adam Breneman is out indefinitely with an undisclosed injury. Head coach James Franklin has a policy of not discussing injuries." August 11

  • Navy SEAL tries to secure spot on Northwestern football team

    Chicago Sun-Times "When you size up Tom Hruby’s chances of securing a spot on the Northwestern football team, it would be fair to say the odds are stacked against him. He’s a junior trying to walk on as a defensive end — meaning he is competing against scholarship athletes aggressively pursued by the university...." August 10

  • Former four-star Hoosier DE Kenney takes leave of absence

    College Football Talk "A promising member of Indiana’s defensive line won’t be available to the Hoosiers for the foreseeable future. In a statement, head coach Kevin Wilson confirmed that David Kenney has left the football team. There are reportedly personal matters to which the defensive end needs to attend before..." August 10

  • Ohio State's Ezekiel Elliott had wrist surgery "Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott underwent surgery on his left wrist Saturday, but the good news is that he's not expected to miss much time at all. According to the school, Elliott suffered the injury during practice on Friday, but he's expected to be back practicing with the team..." August 09

  • Northwestern suspends senior RB for first two games

    College Football Talk "Northwestern running back Venric Mark only played in three games last season and missed the final six games. The Wildcats are going to be without their talented running back for just a little bit longer. According to a release from the school, Mark has been suspended for the first two games of..." August 09

  • Suspended Michigan WR Csont'e York facing three assault charges

    Michigan Live "Suspended Michigan wide receiver Csont'e York will be charged with three counts of assault relating to an offense committed on July 18, per a warrant filed Friday in Ann Arbor's 15th District Court. The records show York will face one count of aggravated assault and two counts of assault or..." August 09

  • Another ‘Husker starter down as LB Rose says he’s done for year

    College Football Talk "And the hits just keep on coming for a Nebraska defense suddenly ravaged by injury and attrition. While the school has yet to formally announce it, Michael Rose took to social media very late last night to announce that he had suffered a very serious and likely season-ending knee injury. The..." August 09

  • Judge rules against NCAA in revolutionary O'Bannon case "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

  • Maryland, ACC settle fight over exit fee; conference will keep $31M "Conference realignment is officially closed for business -- for now. The fight over Maryland's $52 million exit fee after leaving the ACC for the Big Ten in 2012 was the last piece of business from the four-year wave of major-conference expansion, but the ACC on Friday announced a resolution..." August 08

  • Illinois LB Mike Svetina out 8-10 weeks with broken foot

    CSN Chicago "The Illini are down a linebacker after MIke Svetina had surgery on his broken foot Wednesday. Head coach Tim Beckman broke the news Thursday, saying the junior linebacker will miss the next eight to 10 weeks. "Mike had a fifth metatarsal break in the foot, had the surgery last night, it was..." August 08

  • DB Charles Jackson out for the season

    Lincoln Journal Star "Husker junior nickel back Charles Jackson, on the verge of having a leading role in Nebraska's defense, will undergo surgery and miss the entire season, coach Bo Pelini confirmed after Thursday's practice. Jackson has been wearing a brace on his left knee after suffering an injury during..." August 08

  • Dave Brandon again dismisses hot seat talk surrounding Brady Hoke, calls it 'nonsense'

    Michigan Live "Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon responded Wednesday to the latest round of questions regarding the temperature of his head football coach's chair. He was asked about Brady Hoke, again, and he scoffed, again. He was asked about the direction of U-M football, again, and he was..." August 07

  • Gary Nova Named Starting Quarterback For Rutgers

    Vavel "Rutgers head coach Kyle Flood announced that Gary Nova would be the starting quarterback for their opening game against Washington State on August 28. Gary Nova, a senior, has started 28 games over his first three season at Rutgers. The biggest concern about Nova is his tendency to throw..." August 07

  • Report: DB/WR Kaleel Gaines commits to Michigan State

    Detroit News "Michigan State landed its 12th commitment for the 2015 class, and it came from another player who was considering Alabama. Defensive back/wide receiver Kaleel Gaines of Frostproof (Fla.) committed Michigan State on Sunday evening, according to “When I visited Michigan State..." August 05

  • Ohio State defensive lineman Tracy Sprinkle back on Buckeyes' roster after charges reduced

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Ohio State defensive lineman Tracy Sprinkle is back on the Ohio State football roster, a team spokesman confirmed as the Buckeyes opened preseason camp Monday. Sprinkle had been dismissed from the team this summer after initially facing serious charges stemming from a bar brawl in Lorain. But..." August 05

  • Former Buckeye lineman files for waiver to play for Akron in 2014

    College Football Talk "A former Ohio State offensive lineman is hoping for a shot at more playing time at a new football home. If the NCAA helps him out, he will be allowed to play right away this season. Tommy Brown has decided to transfer to Akron, a transfer that brings him closer to home. reports..." August 04

  • Ohio State lineman Tracy Sprinkle pleads no contest to bar-fight charge

    Columbus Dispatch "Former Ohio State defensive lineman Tracy Sprinkle pleaded no contest today in Lorain Municipal Court to a reduced charge of failure to comply for his part in a bar fight earlier this month. Sprinkle’s attorney, Michael Duff, told The Dispatch that the redshirt freshman is “very optimistic”..." July 31

  • Purdue safety Taylor Richards suspended two games

    Indianapolis Star "Purdue's safety position will undergo some re-shuffling the first two games of the 2014 season. Senior Taylor Richards will serve a two-game suspension following his alcohol-related arrest in December, coach Darrell Hazell said during an interview Thursday. Also, safety Landon Feichter is..." July 30

  • Nebraska's Bo Pelini calls out Ole Miss for ... something

    SB Nation "Damore'ea Stringfellow looked like he was going to Nebraska, but now he favors Ole Miss. Pelini isn't happy. Former Washington wide receiver Damore'ea Stringfellow is in the process of transferring to another FBS school, and Nebraska was his chosen destination -- that is, until he visited..." July 30

  • Urban Meyer: 'I still don't get' why Tim Tebow is out of NFL "NFL training camps are in full bloom and Tim Tebow is still waiting for a team to call him. He's going on a year of being out of the league, and Urban Meyer says he doesn't understand why that's the case for the QB he coached to stardom at Florida. "I still don't get that part of it," Meyer..." July 29

  • Rutgers WR (and N.J. native) Tejay Johnson's career over due to injury

    Newark Star-Ledger "Tejay Johnson battled injuries throughout his Rutgers career. Ultimately, the injuries were too much to overcome and Johnson's career is over. "Tejay Johnson is medically unable to play going forward, so what his role in the program will be, we'll decide as we get into training camp," coach..." July 29

  • Penn State hires Sandy Barbour "Former Cal athletic director Sandy Barbour was introduced as Penn State's new athletic director Saturday afternoon, making her the first female AD in the university's history. She resigned from Cal last month after a 10-year stint and will officially begin her Penn State tenure on Aug. 18. She..." July 29

  • Jay Paterno, Bill Kenney sue Penn State for 'improper termination'

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Jay Paterno is targeting Penn State University in another lawsuit. Mr. Paterno today filed a complaint in Philadelphia federal court, where he and fellow former assistant coach Bill Kenney are suing the university for improper termination. Mr. Paterno and Mr. Kenney were not retained as..." July 23

  • Michigan State gets verbal commitment from Virginia WR Felton Davis III

    Michigan Live "Receiver Felton Davis III from Highland Spring, Va., has made a verbal commitment to Michigan State. Davis is a 6-foot-3, 175-pounder who has a composite national ranking of 615 from 247sports, which also rates him the No. 77 receiver in the nation and the No. 21 player in the state of..." July 22

  • Badgers RB recruit Crookshank 'the complete package'

    Fox Sports Wisconsin "Davon Crookshank has spent his high school football career patterning his running style off Montee Ball. Now, Crookshank will have an opportunity to follow directly in Ball's footsteps at the college level. Crookshank, a 5-foot-10, 185-pound running back from Missouri City, Texas, verbally..." July 21

  • Penn State lands verbals from Irvin Charles, Miles Sanders

    The Patriot News "Penn State picked up verbal commitments early Saturday afternoon from New Jersey wide receiver Irvin Charles and Pittsburgh Woodland Hills' running back Miles Sanders, per Internet reports. Charles, from Haddonfield, N.J., will be a member of the Nittany Lions' Class of 2015, and Sanders will..." July 20

  • Hunter Dale says he's 'not committed' to Huskers

    Omaha World-Herald "On Thursday, Nebraska added another defensive back to the class of 2015 when Hunter Dale, a safety from New Orleans, committed during a visit to Lincoln with his friend and NU commit Kendall Bussey Jr. Bussey was the one to break the news on Twitter, welcoming his friend to Nebraska. Nebraska..." July 20

  • 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

  • Michigan's Glasgow sentenced to 12 months probation, community service, fines in drunken-driving case

    Michigan Live "Michigan junior offensive lineman Graham Glasgow was sentenced Monday to probation, fines and community service on a drunken-driving charge stemming from a March 15th arrest. Standing before 15th District Court Judge Joseph F. Burke, Glasogow offered an apology and said, "I made a mistake,"..." July 15

  • Penn State guard Miles Dieffenbach targeting possible late-season return from knee injury

    The Patriot News "It's a 12-game season for most Penn State football players but it's more like three or four games, best case, for Nittany Lions' senior guard Miles Dieffenbach. Dieffenbach, a returning starter and a team leader, confirmed Saturday morning that the knee injury he suffered in spring was..." July 14

  • Four-star Ohio running back Larry Scott commits to Michigan State

    Detroit Free Press "Amid the LeBron James frenzy of Thursday afternoon, one of the top-ranked running back prospects in the country tweeted that he’d announce his college decision if James announced his next destination. And former Michigan State running back Le’Veon Bell responded on Twitter to Larry “LJ” Scott:..." July 13

  • Mich. St. releases CB Ezra Robinson from scholarship

    College Football Talk "Expected to enter summer camp as one of a handful of contenders to replace All-American Darqueze Dennard, Ezra Robinson will instead continue his collegiate career somewhere other than East Lansing. In a very brief press release, Michigan State announced that Robinson has been granted a release..." July 12

  • Matt Sandusky tells Oprah Winfrey about alleged abuse by Jerry Sandusky "Matt Sandusky, the adopted son of Jerry Sandusky, who has said Sandusky molested him as a child, will appear in a televised interview with Oprah Winfrey next week. In the interview, scheduled to air at 9 p.m. July 17 on Winfrey's OWN Network, Sandusky is expected to give a personal account of..." July 09

  • Badgers Jaden Gault takes leave from team while battling depression

    Wisconsin State Journal "For days and even weeks at a time, Jaden Gault could barely get out of bed. The day-to-day life ahead of him just didn’t seem worth it. That’s the kind of grip depression and anxiety can exert on a person — regardless of age, or talent, or whether the outside world might assume he has..." July 07

  • Defensive end Tracy Sprinkle suspended after arrest

    Columbus Dispatch "Ohio State football player Tracy Sprinkle is facing charges of cocaine possession, rioting and failure to disperse following a massive bar fight in northeastern Ohio early yesterday, which police described as a riot. Sprinkle, a 19-year-old backup defensive end, is from Elyria, near Lorain. He..." July 07

  • Ex-Ohio State DE Jamal Marcus announces transfer to Akron "Former Ohio State defensive end Jamal Marcus announced on his Instagram feed this week that he will transfer to nearby Akron to play for coach Terry Bowden and the Zips. "Everything in life whether good or bad I feel are life lessons that God places on us to help us become better and wiser men..." July 05

  • Notre Dame LB signee Nile Sykes released to join Indiana immediately "Nile Sykes, a three-star linebacker from Notre Dame's 2014 recruiting class, has officially joined the football program at Indiana after receiving a full release from the Irish. According to 247Sports, Sykes "reported to Notre Dame's campus in mid-June with the rest of the freshman class" but..." July 04

  • Ohio State receiver Devin Smith rolled his car in accident on Sunday

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Ohio State senior receiver Devin Smith rolled his car in an accident on Sunday morning, according to the Canton Repository. A former Massillon star, Smith has written on his Twitter account since the accident, apparently in appreciation of making it through the accident OK. According to the..." July 03

  • Justin Hilliard, Jashon Cornell pledge "Ohio State gained commitments from five-star prospects Justin Hilliard and Jashon Cornell on Wednesday. The ESPN 300 prospects announced their decisions live on They give the Buckeyes their first five-star commitments for the 2015 class. Hilliard, the No. 13 prospect, is the second..." July 02

  • Spartan Stadium in East Lansing evacuated due to bomb threat, reopened after search

    Michigan Live "According to the City of East Lansing, Michigan State University police have re-opened Spartan Stadium and the surrounding area as of 5:12 p.m. Wednesday after a search revealed no bomb. Spartan Stadium has been evacuated Wednesday afternoon due to a bomb threat, according to Michigan..." July 02

  • Maryland wrestler Spencer Myers joins football team

    Washington Post "Maryland heavyweight wrestler Spencer Myers has been added to the Terrapins’ 2014 football roster as a defensive lineman, the school announced Wednesday morning. Myers, a rising senior, will continue to wrestle for the Terps this season as well. The Selinsgrove, Pa., native has made his mark in..." July 02

  • Redshirt freshman Owen Salzwedel transfers from Minnesota

    Minneapolis Star Tribune "Owen Salzwedel, a redshirt freshman defensive end for the Gophers, has left the program and plans to transfer closer to his home in Beaver Dam, Wis." June 26

  • LB Ben Kline's injury a concern for PSU "Although there’s been plenty of good news on the recruiting trail for James Franklin and the Nittany Lions, injuries and depth issues sure seem to be stacking up for the program this offseason. According to a report from Lions 247, linebacker Ben Kline is the latest to succumb to a serious..." June 25

  • Arbitrator rules Jerry Sandusky should receive $4,900/month pension

    College Football Talk "A Pennsylvania arbitrator ruled that Jerry Sandusky should receive his $4,900-a-month pension payments as well as back pension payments dating back to October 2012, when he was convicted on 45 counts of sexually abusing 10 boys. The state of Pennsylvania ended Sandusky’s pension payments upon..." June 24

  • Michigan State considering $33 million in upgrades

    Michigan Live "The homes of Michigan State’s football and basketball teams could be getting spruced up soon. The school’s Board of Trustees voted Friday to authorize planning for two projects that would upgrade the Breslin Center and Duffy Daugherty Football Building at a combined projected cost of $33..." June 23

  • Pennsylvania AG report: Sandusky investigation delays not political "The Pennsylvania attorney general's office released the results of its review of the Jerry Sandusky investigation Monday, per the Associated Press. The report found that law enforcement and prosecutors had unnecessarily extended the case with "crucial missteps and inexplicable delays," but that..." June 23

  • LB Manny Bowen Commits to Penn State

    Onwardstate "James Franklin’s Class of 2015 notched commit No. 17 this evening, as three-star linebacker Manny Bowen of New Jersey announced his commitment to Penn State on Twitter. The 6-foot-2, 202-pound Bowen had offers from Alabama, Miami, Oklahoma, Florida, Oregon, Notre Dame, Michigan State, and other..." June 21

  • David Edwards picks Wisconsin football

    Chicago Tribune "David Edwards is not yet sure which position he will play during his final season at Downers Grove North. What is clear is that the 6-foot-7, 235-pound rising senior will be a tight end at Wisconsin. After visiting Madison for the fourth time last weekend, Edwards orally committed to the..." June 20

  • Four-star tight end Chris Clark commits to Michigan

    Detroit Free Press "Michigan picked up another big verbal commitment today. One day after 2016 quarterback Messiah deWeaver pledged to the Wolverines, 2015 tight end Chris Clark out of Avon Old Farms High School in Avon, Conn., tweeted his commitment today. He tweeted: “It's official I'm gonna be a michigan..." June 19

  • Ohio State picks up oral commitments from prospects Tyler Gerald and Denzel Ward

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Ohio State picked up two oral commitments from two separate classes on Thursday afternoon, one from 2016 offensive tackle Tyler Gerald of Portsmouth (Ohio) Sciotoville East and one from 2015 Macedonia (Ohio) Nardonia cornerback Denzel Ward. Ward is best known for his speed, and he told..." June 19

  • Michigan State QB Damion Terry recovering from shoulder surgery, expected to be ready for opener

    Michigan Live "Michigan State quarterback Damion Terry is recovering from surgery to repair a torn labrum and is expected to be ready in time for the team's 2014 opener, the school confirmed Tuesday night. The news was first reported by Spartan Nation. The injury was to Terry's non-throwing shoulder,..." June 18

  • Four-star quarterback Deondre Francois cancels his unofficial visit to Ohio State

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "On Tuesday morning, four-star quarterback Deondre Francois of Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy was set to take an unofficial visit to Ohio State on Wednesday. By the evening, Francois' visit was cancelled. Rated by the No. 8 dual-threat quarterback in the 2015 class, Francois was on a..." June 17

  • Rutgers coach Kyle Flood announces CB Ian Thomas no longer with the team

    Newark Star-Ledger "The Ian Thomas saga has taken another twist. Rutgers coach Kyle Flood announced Monday night that the redshirt sophomore cornerback is no longer with the team. "Ian did not report back for the summer program and I would just leave it at that," Flood said after his charity golf tournament at..." June 17

  • Iowa WR Martin-Manley cited for disorderly house

    Hawk Central "Iowa football player Kevonte Martin-Manley was cited for disorderly house by Iowa City police early Saturday morning. Martin-Manley, 21, was ticketed following a complaint of a loud party. Police were called to 760 Sunset Street in Iowa City. The report states there were “people inside and..." June 17

  • Report: QB Jayru Campbell decommits from Michigan State, still has D1 offers

    Michigan Live "Detroit Cass Tech quarterback Jayru Campbell has announced that has has decommitted from the Michigan State football program after appearing on a WXYZ My20 News report on Monday night. "I would say that I would have opened up the recruiting process again and decommitted from Michigan State,"..." June 17

  • Dave Joyner will resign as Penn State athletics director

    The Patriot News "Though no one candidate has emerged as his successor, it appears Dave Joyner's tenure as the Penn State athletics director is about to quietly conclude, roughly concurrent with that of the president with whom he arrived. Amid reports that Northwestern AD Jim Phillips has been targeted as at..." June 17

  • Michigan’s Graham Glasgow pleads guilty to reduced charge

    College Football Talk "It appears the legal woes of one of Michigan’s top offensive lineman are slowly beginning to wind down. According to multiple media outlets, Graham Glasgow pleaded guilty Monday to a reduced charge of operating a vehicle while visibly impaired. Glasgow had originally been charged with operating..." June 16

  • One Husker cited, another jailed in separate incidents

    Lincoln Journal Star "Two Husker football players were cited — and one was lodged in jail — in separate incidents in the past week, according to University of Nebraska-Lincoln Police. Boaz Joseph, a reserve defensive back from Weston, Fla., and Jariah Tolbert, an incoming wide receiver recruit from New Orleans, were..." June 16

  • Hawkeye football player arrested for OWI Friday night

    Iowa City Press-Citizen "A University of Iowa football player was arrested Friday night for operating a vehicle while intoxicated, according to a University of Iowa Police complaint. Dean Tsopanides, a 21-year-old junior defensive lineman from Torrington, Conn., was reportedly stopped at East Prentiss and South Linn..." June 16

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