• Penn State relieves OC John Donovan of his duties

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Penn State offensive coordinator and tight ends coach John Donovan has been fired, the school announced Sunday. Donovan had been a member of coach James Franklin’s staff for five seasons, including three at Vanderbilt, but came under fire this year after the Nittany Lions' offense ranked 82nd..." November 30

  • Purdue fires 3 assistants in coaching shakeup

    The Score "Purdue announced Sunday that defensive coordinator Greg Hudson, offensive coordinator John Shoop, and defensive line coach Rubin Carter will not return to the Boilermakers in 2016. "I appreciate the efforts of each of those guys over the last three years," head coach Darrell Hazell said in a..." November 30

  • King CB Lavert Hill decommits from PSU; Harbaugh visits

    Detroit Free Press "Despite being a Penn State 2016 commit, Detroit King cornerback Lavert Hill has spent his share of time in Ann Arbor this fall. Apparently that's no longer a conflict. Hill, a four-star prospect whose brother Delano Hill is currently a U-M safety, announced his Penn State decommitment on..." November 30

  • Minnesota shakes up Gophers coaching staff, firing Limegrover and Zebrowski

    Minneapolis Star Tribune "New Gophers football coach Tracy Claeys wasted little time shaking up his staff, firing offensive coordinator Matt Limegrover and quarterbacks coach Jim Zebrowski on Sunday, one day after the regular season finale. Gophers players were being notified of the moves in a 5:45 p.m., meeting,..." November 30

  • Rutgers fires Kyle Flood, AD Julie Hermann

    ESPN "The Rutgers Scarlet Knights fired football coach Kyle Flood and athletic director Julie Hermann on Sunday, sources told ESPN's Brett McMurphy. "Signs pointing to cleaning house," a source told ESPN. Flood, who has gone 27-24 since becoming head coach in 2012, said he believed his job was..." November 29

  • Wisconsin RB Corey Clement cited for disorderly conduct "An incident that left Wisconsin running back Corey Clement with an injured hand two weeks ago has resulted in two citations of disorderly conduct for Clement, and the school is backtracking from a statement it released at the time. Clement instigated a fight at his off-campus apartment on Nov...." November 26

  • Report: Illinois exploring 2-year extension with interim coach Bill Cubit

    The Score "Illinois is exploring a two-year contract extension with interim head coach Bill Cubit, according to Shannon Ryan of the Chicago Tribune. Illinois interim athletic director Paul Kowalczyk told WSKJ-FM on Wednesday that Cubit's fate would be determined by Sunday. "In my mind, we need to make..." November 26

  • No charges filed in case of alleged rape at home of Nebraska players

    Lincoln Journal Star "Lancaster County Attorney Joe Kelly on Wednesday morning said there will be no charges in the report of a sexual assault at the home of several Nebraska football players because there wasn't "proof beyond a reasonable doubt that a crime occurred, and "that simply is not there." At a news..." November 25

  • MSU expects 3 players back as sixth-year seniors in ’16

    Detroit Free Press "Meet three of Michigan State’s key recruits for 2016: a linebacker, offensive lineman and defensive tackle who will have three bachelor’s degrees, 15 years in the MSU program and 67 years on Earth between them. If all goes as planned, linebacker Ed Davis, offensive guard Brandon Clemons and..." November 25

  • 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

  • Urban Meyer: 'Wasn't the place' for Ezekiel Elliott's outburst

    ESPN "Urban Meyer couldn't argue with the message that his star running back delivered, but the Ohio State coach wasn't happy with the setting where Ezekiel Elliott delivered it. Elliott apologized to Meyer for criticizing the coaching staff and won't face discipline as the Buckeyes prepare for a..." November 23

  • Ezekiel Elliott apologizes for rant, said he knew he was leaving OSU before Saturday

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Things are calming down in Columbus. Ezekiel Elliott has apologized for lashing out about Ohio State's playcalling Saturday against Michigan State. Elliott received the ball twice in the second half and put the onus on the coaching staff for not putting the team "in the right situations to win..." November 23

  • Ohio State's Ezekiel Elliott rips play-calling

    The Score "Ohio State superstar running back Ezekiel Elliott clearly wasn't happy with his team's play-calling in its loss to Michigan State. "I deserve more than 11 carries. I really do," he said. "I can't speak for the play-caller. I don't know what was going on." Elliott wasn't the only one, as..." November 23

  • Cardale Jones, Ezekiel Elliott appear headed to the NFL

    Pro Football Talk "After Ohio State’s loss to Michigan State today, quarterback Cardale Jones and running back Ezekiel Elliott both suggested that they’re heading to the NFL. Jones wrote on Twitter that it was his last game at Ohio Stadium. Elliott also tweeted after the game that it was his last game at Ohio..." November 22

  • Report: Rutgers suspends Anthony Cioffi, moves Josh Hicks to defense

    The Score "Rutgers suspended safety Anthony Cioffi for a violation of team rules, and will move running back Josh Hicks to defense for Saturday's game against Army, according to Dan Duggan of Hicks leads the team with 120 carries on the season, but with Cioffi suspended and starting strong safety..." November 21

  • Maryland RB Wes Brown's suspension reportedly for 1 year

    Sporting News - NCAAF "The hits keep coming for Maryland. In the midst of a 2-8 season that included the firing of coach Randy Edsall, the program has suspended running back Wes Brown and quarterback Gage Shaffer for violations of the school’s student-athlete code of conduct. Brown’s suspension was announced..." November 18

  • Christian Hackenberg not thinking about NFL just yet

    College Football Talk "This weekend Penn State will play its final home game of the season against Jim Harbaugh, Jabrill Peppers and the surging Michigan Wolverines. As is typically the case around college football, the last home game of the year will see a proper sendoff to Penn State’s seniors, the first class signed..." 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

  • Alleged Rape Reported At Home Of Nebraska Football Players

    Deadspin "According to The World-Herald, police are investigating an alleged rape that took place at the home of two Nebraska football players, quarterback Tommy Armstrong and wide receiver Jordan Westerkamp. A Lincoln police spokeswoman told The World-Herald that a 20-year-old woman went to a local..." November 17

  • Maryland RB Wes Brown suspended indefinitely

    Washington Post "Maryland running back Wes Brown has been suspended indefinitely for violating the student-athlete code of conduct, the school announced Monday evening. The suspension comes just two days after Brown made his first start of the season in a 24-7 loss to Michigan State. The former Good Counsel..." November 17

  • MSU's Cook upbeat, not specific, on shoulder injury

    Detroit Free Press "Connor Cook was OK with a general question about what is certain to be the most discussed shoulder in the state of Michigan this week. “Shoulder’s great,” the Michigan State senior quarterback said today of his right shoulder, which was injured Saturday. “Feels good.” He was not OK with a..." November 17

  • UM's Ryan Glasgow out against Indiana

    Detroit News "Michigan, not unexpectedly, will be without starting nose tackle Ryan Glasgow for the Wolverines game at Indiana today. Glasgow injured his left shoulder in the Rutgers game last week, and at the time, coach Jim Harbaugh said he hoped it was a strain and not a tear. Harbaugh did not offer an..." November 16

  • Derrick Nelson of Rutgers has movement in extremities, Kyle Flood says

    Asbury Park Press "Derrick Nelson, Rutgers starting center, had full movement in his extremities Saturday night as he left the football field on a stretcher and was immediately transported to Robert Wood Johnson hospital, according to coach Kyle Flood. "Before he left the field he had full movement in his hands..." November 16

  • McClain: O’Brien not interested in Maryland job

    Pro Football Talk "Texans coach Bill O’Brien is interested in the Maryland job. Unless he isn’t. In response to a report from Jason La Canfora of CBS that O’Brien could be inclined to swap out the Texans for the Terrapins, John McClain of the Houston Chronicle says otherwise." November 15

  • Texans coach Bill O'Brien interested in University of Maryland opening

    CBS Sports "Texans embattled coach Bill O'Brien, perhaps headed to a showdown with general manager Rick Smith this offseason as ownership mulls a change in its power structure, is very intrigued by the opening at the University of Maryland, according to several sources close to the school, and his interest in..." November 15

  • Connor Cook leaves Maryland game with apparent injury

    ABC News "An apparent shoulder injury kept Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook on the sideline for the second half of the 13th-ranked Spartans' 24-7 win over Maryland on Saturday afternoon. Cook temporarily left the game in the first half when a hard hit left him favoring his right arm. He returned..." November 15

  • Illinois football: Graphic Details In Alleged Sexual Assault

    TMZ "The girl who claims she was sexually assaulted by a University of Illinois football player told police she tried to fight back when he violated her with his hands ... but he was too strong. It's all detailed in the police report obtained by TMZ Sports in which the unnamed accuser claims..." November 14

  • J.T. Barrett arrest video: ‘I’m the quarterback of Ohio State’

    Larry Brown Sports "Video of J.T. Barrett’s arrest video has surfaced, and the quarterback tries to get out of trouble by telling officers that he’s the Ohio State quarterback. Barrett was arrested on Halloween for operating a motor vehicle while impaired. In the video obtained by TMZ Sports, he is seen being..." November 12

  • Illinois indefinitely suspends freshman linebacker Julian Jones

    Chicago Tribune "Illinois has indefinitely suspended freshman linebacker Julian Jones, the school announced Wednesday night. A news release said Jones allegedly committed a crime in his home state of Georgia during the team's open date." November 12

  • Jordan Lucas to Miss Remainder of the Season Due to Injury, Penn State Career Comes to a Close

    Black Shoe Diaries "In depressing news, Penn State starting safety Jordan Lucas will miss the remainder of the 2015 season due to injury. Unfortunately, this also means that Lucas' Penn State career is over, because it is his senior season. It's an impossibly tough blow for the team, but even tougher for..." November 12

  • Gophers cornerback Jalen Myrick out for season

    St. Paul Pioneer Press "Gophers cornerback and primary kick returner Jalen Myrick is likely out for the rest of the season, the result of rib and lung injuries that hospitalized him after Saturday's 28-14 loss to No. 2 Ohio State. Myrick remained in a Columbus, Ohio, hospital until Tuesday morning, interim coach Tracy..." November 12

  • Minnesota hires coach Tracy Claeys on permanent basis

    ESPN "Minnesota didn't wait long or go far to end its search to replace former football coach Jerry Kill. The school announced Wednesday morning that interim coach Tracy Claeys is taking over on a permanent basis. Claeys stepped in for Kill two weeks ago when the former coach decided to leave the..." November 11

  • 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

  • Judge suspends J.T. Barrett's license, imposes $400 fine for OVI charge

    Columbus Dispatch "Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett’s OVI case was resolved this morning with a Franklin County judge suspending his license for 180 days. Municipal Court Judge H. William Pollitt Jr. also imposed a $400 fine and ordered Barrett to complete a three-day alcohol education program. In court,..." November 10

  • Disturbing details of Tim Beckman’s handling of injuries at Illinois released in report

    College Football Talk "Former Illinois head coach Tim Beckman was bad at his job, but now we have more of an idea of just how clueless and irresponsible he was as well. The details of a thorough investigation into the injury management within the Illinois football program under Beckman were released Monday morning by..." November 10

  • 4-Star Running Back Tre Bryant Commits To Nebraska

    College Spun "Last week, four-star running back Tre Bryant out of St. Louis decommitted from Kansas State after choosing the school in July. This weekend, he visited Nebraska, and witnessed the Huskers’ huge home win over undefeated Michigan State." November 10

  • Buckeyes to start J.T. Barrett after QB serves one-game ban

    ESPN "Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett will return to his starting role after serving a one-game suspension following his arrest on charges of operating a motor vehicle under the influence, coach Urban Meyer said Monday. Despite improving his record as a starter to 11-0 in the Buckeyes' 28-14..." November 09

  • Illinois fires athletic director after athlete allegations

    ESPN "Illinois has fired athletic director Mike Thomas prior to releasing the final report of its investigation into mistreatment of football and women's basketball players. The report on Monday singled out former Illinois football coach Tim Beckman, who was fired in late August, for interfering..." November 09

  • Big Ten says refs handled controversial Nebraska TD correctly

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "The Big Ten says its officials used “proper officiating mechanics” on Nebraska’s controversial game-winning touchdown against Michigan State. The controversy arose when Huskers quarterback Tommy Armstrong found wideout Brandon Reilly down the left sideline for a 30-yard score with 17 seconds..." November 09

  • Plaxico Burress politely disagrees with the Michigan State - Nebraska officials

    Awful Announcing "Another week, another NCAA officiating controversy. A week after the ACC suspended an entire officiating crew for botching the end of the Miami-Duke game, this time a terrible call had an impact on the College Football Playoff chase. The undefeated Michigan State Spartans drew the short straw..." November 09

  • Rutgers Fans Raising Money Through GoFundMe To Pay For Kyle Flood’s Buyout

    Newark Star-Ledger "Kyle Flood can officially be labeled an "embattled'' Rutgers football coach. A grassroots fundraising campaign started by an anonymous Rutgers football fan is the latest example of the growing unrest among the fan base for the university to oust Flood as a result of his team's 3-6 record and..." November 09

  • Report: Four-star DE/LB Carlo Kemp commits to Michigan

    Michigan Live "Carlo Kemp, the top-ranked player in the state of Colorado, is headed to Michigan. The Denver Post reported Sunday afternoon that the 6-foot-3, 255-pound 2016 four-star defensive end/linebacker has picked Michigan over Notre Dame, UCLA and a host of others. "Do I see myself being there?..." November 09

  • J.T. Barrett gives speech to teammates during halftime of one-game ban

    ESPN "J.T. Barrett still found a way to make an impact for Ohio State while sitting out a suspension and watching the Buckeyes' 28-14 win over Minnesota from the press box, joining his teammates in the locker room at halftime and delivering a pep talk. The starting quarterback for the Buckeyes (No...." November 08

  • Four-star 2015 RB denied Wisconsin admission leaves Nebraska

    College Football Talk "The strange collegiate journey of Jordan Stevenson has taken yet another twist. A Nebraska spokesperson has confirmed to the Omaha World-Herald that Stevenson is no longer a part of Mike Riley‘s football program and will seek a transfer to an undetermined location. No reason was given for the..." November 07

  • Nebraska's Jordan Stevenson quits team

    The Score "Nebraska freshman running back Jordan Stevenson has quit the Cornhuskers, a team spokesperson confirmed. Stevenson never appeared to be fully committed to the program. The Texas native initially signed with Wisconsin out of high school, but failed to qualify. The former four-star prospect then..." November 06

  • Illini RB Josh Ferguson 'probable' vs. Purdue

    Scout "Vegas knew something. The Illinois-Purdue line shifted from minus-1.5 in favor of Illinois to a pick 'em early this week. But the line shifted drastically to minus-5 for Illinois on Thursday, likely a reaction to Illini interim coach Bill Cubit calling running back Josh Ferguson "questionable"..." November 06

  • Could Cardale Jones grab Ohio State's starting QB job again?

    Fox Sports - College Football "Boiling down the quarterback situation at Ohio State this season in a few sentences is not easy. That was true before the season started. True when Cardale Jones remained the starter despite inconsistent play in the first seven games. True when coach Urban Meyer shifted gears in the..." November 06

  • Tommy Armstrong To Play Against Michigan State

    Corn Nation "Coach Mike Riley started off by talking about current injuries going into Saturday. He mentioned that Tommy Armstrong Jr. has been practicing all week and is expected to return to the field. Other players that are expected back include Nick Gates and Chris Weber, and Riley said a final..." November 06

  • Nebraska, AD Shawn Eichorst working on contract extension

    The Score "Nebraska athletic director Shawn Eichorst has two years remaining on his contract and has come under fire with his football program dwindling, but that isn't stopping the school from seeking a contract extension with him. "I intend to get this done quickly," Nebraska chancellor Harvey Perlman..." November 05

  • UM doesn't rule out position change for QB Zach Gentry

    Detroit News "The long-term approach for for 6-foot-7-inch freshman quarterback Zach Gentry could include a position change, likely to tight end, but the 244-pounder remains at quarterback. "We'll evaluate that as that goes on, as we enter into spring ball and bowl preparations," offensive coordinator Tim..." November 05

  • Sources: Purdue plans to bring back Darrell Hazell for fourth season in 2016

    Yahoo! Sports "Purdue plans to bring embattled football coach Darrell Hazell back for a fourth season in 2016, sources told Yahoo Sports. The school has not yet announced that Hazell will return. With a 6-26 record, Hazell has the worst winning percentage in school history (.188) for any coach who was at..." November 05

  • Five-star Ohio State commit Nick Bosa suffers season-ending knee injury

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Five-star Ohio State commit Nick Bosa, the younger brother of Buckeyes star Joey Bosa, will miss the rest of his senior season because of a knee injury, his high school's athletic director told the South Florida Sun Sentinel on Tuesday. Bosa, a star senior defensive lineman for defending..." November 04

  • 4-Star Running Back Kareem Walker Announces Decommitment From Ohio State: “The Relationship Has Changed”

    College Spun "Four-star running back Kareem Walker, the top rusher in the 2016 class according to 247Sports, has announced his decommitment from Ohio State. Walker released a statement on Twitter, citing a change in his relationship with the school as a factor in his decision." 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

  • Urban Meyer concerned J.T. Barrett tarnished his reputation

    The Score "After J.T. Barrett was cited for driving under the influence early Saturday morning, Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer had Barrett at his house to discuss the issue. At his press conference Monday, Meyer revealed some of the details from the conversation with his quarterback. Meyer said he..." November 03

  • Iowa reels in key commitment from Florida prep K.J. Sails

    Des Moines Register "Iowa secured a commitment Monday from one of the last key targets on its 2016 recruiting radar. Florida prep defensive back K.J. Sails became the 24th high school senior to join Iowa's class when he picked the Hawkeyes over more than 20 scholarship offers from Football Bowl Subdivision..." November 03

  • De’Mornay Pierson-El Has Broken Leg, “Torn Up” Knee

    College Spun "This past Saturday, Nebraska sophomore wide receiver De’Mornay Pierson-El suffered a gruesome leg injury celebrating a touchdown by teammate Stanley Morgan Jr. Monday, head coach Mike Riley gave fans an update on his status. Riley told reporters that Pierson-El will be out for the remainder of..." November 03

  • Nebraska AD offers show of support for Mike Riley and staff

    College Football Talk "Things are not going well for the Nebraska Cornhuskers in year one of the Mike Riley era. Riley may be the nicest college football coach in the country, but his Huskers are on the brink of being ineligible for postseason play. After hitting a ceiling of nine wins under Bo Pelini, Nebraska has now..." November 02

  • J.T. Barrett Lost His Ohio State Scholarship For Semester

    The Big Lead "J.T. Barrett was suspended for one game by Ohio State after being arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. The suspension itself did not appear to be necessary, under the school’s guidelines. Ohio State has taken the punishment a step further, revoking his scholarship for the..." November 02

  • Harbaugh on Rudock playing next week: 'I think so'

    Detroit Free Press "Michigan quarterback Jake Rudock left Saturday's game against Minnesota with an injury and did not return. But U-M coach Jim Harbaugh said he doesn't think the two hard hits resulted in anything serious and Rudock could play next week against Rutgers. "I don't think anything's broken, it's..." November 02

  • Rutgers receiver Leonte Carroo will not play vs. Wisconsin, per source

    Newark Star-Ledger "Rutgers will be without star wide receiver Leonte Carroo for Saturday's game at Wisconsin, according to a person familiar with the situation. Carroo has been battling an ankle injury suffered in a 55-52 win over Indiana on Oct. 17. He did not participate in practice all week, according to the..." October 31

  • Nebraska’s De’Mornay Pierson-El sustains gruesome-looking injury

    College Football Talk "As if losing (at the time of this posting) 35-16 to a really bad Purdue football team isn’t bad enough, one of Nebraska’s most talented offensive players could be sidelined for the foreseeable future for good measure. Early in the second quarter, a Ryker Fyfe 20-yard touchdown pass pulled the..." October 31

  • J.T. Barrett suspended after arrest for operating vehicle while intoxicated

    ESPN "Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett has been suspended one game after being arrested early Saturday morning on charges of operating a vehicle while intoxicated near campus. The school announced that Barrett was cited with a misdemeanor offense of OVI and will serve the suspension for top-ranked..." October 31

  • Ohio State QB J.T. Barrett arrested for driving under the influence

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Ohio State's J.T. Barrett, one week after he made his first start of the season for the Buckeyes, was arrested early Saturday for operating a vehicle while impaired, according to a report by This quarterback situation for the Buckeyes may not be settled after..." October 31

  • Ohio State reports minor NCAA violations, 2 involving Braxton, Cardale

    CBS Sports "Ohio State self-reported 29 total violations across all sports to the NCAA from February 1 to September 10, according to records obtained by The Lantern. Of the 29 violations, six were by the Ohio State football team -- the most of any sport. All of the violations reported to the NCAA were..." October 29

  • UM star Lewis indicates he won't enter NFL draft

    Detroit News "Michigan cornerback Jourdan Lewis is considered a possible first-round selection in the 2016 NFL draft. Sounds like that might not happen. Lewis, a junior with one year of college eligibility remaining, wrote on Twitter on Thursday: "I came to Michigan to get my education not to leave in..." October 29

  • Jordan Canzeri, unbeaten Iowa’s leading rusher, out for Week 9

    College Football Talk "Even a bye week wasn’t enough to get the biggest cog in Iowa’s offense back on the field. Jordan Canzeri sustained an ankle injury in the Oct. 17 win over Northwestern that pushed the Hawkeyes to 7-0. Even with last weekend off, Canzeri is highly unlikely to play this weekend as UI returns to..." October 29

  • Jerry Sandusky Could Have More Charges Against Him For Sexual Abuse

    NESN "Jerry Sandusky could be in jail a little longer. The former Penn State assistant football coach accused of sexually abusing 10 boys over the course of several years already is serving a 30-to-60-year prison sentence, but a new break in the case could benefit one man previously denied the..." October 29

  • Buckeyes QB J.T. Barrett: 'I can do the same things' as Cardale Jones

    ESPN "J.T. Barrett might not have the strongest arm on Ohio State's roster, but he wants to make it clear that this doesn't mean his arm is weak. In a passionate post-practice media session, Barrett spent nearly two minutes defending his ability to throw deep down the field, particularly as it..." October 29

  • Minnesota coach Jerry Kill retires immediately, citing health

    ESPN "Jerry Kill has retired as football coach of the Minnesota Golden Gophers, effective immediately, because of health reasons, it was announced Wednesday. Kill made the surprise announcement one day after missing a scheduled meeting with the media. Kill has epilepsy, and had to take a leave of..." October 28

  • Urban Meyer talks 'militaristic' coaching, Jameis Winston crab leg theft

    CBS Sports "Apparently the new, hip thing in the Ohio State-Michigan rivalry is to take one's bye week to hang out with political figures. Last week, Jim Harbaugh paid a visit to the White House and spoke with President Barack Obama; this week, Urban Meyer made an appearance on Fox News' "The O'Reilly..." October 27

  • Badgers QB Stave clears concussion protocol

    College Football Talk "A win against Illinois came with a price for Wisconsin this past weekend. Center Dan Voltz was lost for the season and it is unknown when wide receiver Robert Wheelwright (leg injury) will return. There is some positive injury-related news though. Starting quarterback Joel Stave has been cleared..." October 27

  • Ex-Michigan, Rice RB Sam McGuffie makes U.S. bobsled team

    Sporting News - NCAAF "When Sam McGuffie was running wild for Michigan in 2008, the thought of participating in the Winter Olympics a decade later probably never crossed his mind. But now it's a definite possibility. McGuffie was one of 23 men and women named Monday to the 2015-16 U.S. Bobsled National Team, setting..." October 27

  • Dan Voltz out for rest of season; Robert Wheelwright out indefinitely

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Wisconsin will be without center Dan Voltz for the remainder of the season and it is uncertain whether wide receiver Robert Wheelwright will return this season. Head coach Paul Chryst revealed the status of both players on Monday. Voltz (knee) and Wheelwright (leg) were injured in the third..." October 27

  • Josh Ferguson ruled out for Illini this week vs. Badgers

    CSN Chicago "While we still wait to see if Wisconsin's star running back Corey Clement will return to the field this week, Illinois announced Thursday that its star running back, Josh Ferguson, will remain out of the lineup when the two teams meet Saturday afternoon in Champaign. Ferguson, who was knocked..." October 23

  • Urban Meyer says Ohio State done with 2-QB system

    The Score "Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer met with media Wednesday, one day after announcing J.T. Barrett would take over for Cardale Jones as the starting quarterback. It wasn't just a change at the starting position for the Buckeyes' signal-callers, as the team will scrap the two-quarterback system..." October 22

  • Ex-Michigan coach Brady Hoke: I wouldn't have punted

    Detroit News "Former Michigan coach Brady Hoke, now a twice-weekly national radio co-host, said he would not have punted at the end of the Michigan-Michigan State game and instead tested his defense. The Wolverines lost to MSU on a botched punt in the final 10 seconds last Saturday at Michigan..." October 21

  • Purdue announces $60M upgrade to football facilities

    Indianapolis Star "Purdue announced Wednesday that it plans to upgrade its football training facilities, spending $60 million to improve the Mollenkopf Athletic Center. President Mitch Daniels and athletic director Morgan Burke will seek approval from the Board of Trustees during its December meeting. "This is..." October 21

  • Illinois WR Mikey Dudek might not play this year

    The News-Gazette "Ted Karras and Wes Lunt showed up to the Memorial Stadium press box on Monday afternoon wearing white football pants and their customary white Illinois polos they sport before meeting with the media. They were ready for the first Illini practice this week ahead of Saturday’s 2:30 p.m...." October 21

  • Michigan's Blake O'Neill speaks, vows to learn from mishandled punt

    Michigan Live "Jim Harbaugh told people Blake O'Neill would handle Saturday's adversity better than just about anyone who has ever been in a situation like that. Apparently, he was right. O'Neill, Michigan's fifth-year senior punter, walked in front of media cameras and recorders inside Schembechler Hall..." October 21

  • Corey Clement encouraged but still unsure if he can play this week

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Wisconsin tailback Corey Clement, trying to come back from a sport hernia that has forced him to miss the last six game, was encouraged by his performance in practice Tuesday. However, he still isn’t sure if he will be ready to return to the lineup Saturday at Purdue. “Today I felt very good..." October 21

  • J.T. Barrett to start at quarterback for Ohio State this weekend

    ESPN "J.T. Barrett will start at quarterback for Ohio State on Saturday against Rutgers, coach Urban Meyer told reporters Tuesday. Meyer called the switch from Cardale Jones a "difficult decision" but attributed his decision to how Barrett played last week, along with his red zone and third-down..." October 20

  • Jim Harbaugh: It’s “disrespectful” to link me to NFL openings

    Pro Football Talk "Don’t ask Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh if he’s looking to return to the NFL. Harbaugh, speaking to the press three days after his team lost a heartbreaker to Michigan State, was asked about the possibility that his name could surface for NFL head-coaching jobs. Harbaugh didn’t care for the..." October 20

  • Report: UM pulls playing offer from recruit Matt Falcon

    Detroit News "Southfield running back Matt Falcon, a four-star prospect who committed to Michigan's 2016 class back in April, reportedly is no longer in Jim Harbaugh's future plans. Falcon, who is out for the season with knee and ankle injuries, is being offered only a medical scholarship by the Wolverines,..." October 20

  • Rutgers' Leonte Carroo listed as questionable vs. Ohio State, says he'll play

    The Score "Rutgers is hoping to have its star wide receiver in the lineup when the Scarlet Knights try to upset the No. 1 team in the country. On Monday, Rutgers' injury report listed Leonte Carroo as questionable to play Saturday versus Ohio State due to a lower-body injury. Carroo, however, seemed to..." October 20

  • Mike Dudek unlikely to return to Illini this season

    CSN Chicago "Illinois wide receiver Mike Dudek likely won’t play this season, interim head coach Bill Cubit said during his weekly press conference Monday. Dudek tore his ACL during spring practice and has been recovering ever since. It was a surprise to many when right after the injury occurred, former..." October 20

  • 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

  • Urban Meyer praises J.T. Barrett, says 'let me evaluate' starting QB role

    ESPN "A change might be coming at quarterback for Ohio State, but a final decision will have to wait for now. Again. After two productive weeks coming off the bench in the red zone and then seeing his role expand to essentially taking over the offense on a full-time basis, J.T. Barrett appears to..." October 19

  • Ohio State lands 4-star recruit Antonio Williams

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "It was all adding up to this. First, Ohio State invited four-star running back Antonio Williams of New London (N.C.) North Stanly for an official visit, then he decommitted from Wisconsin later in the week. Then Sunday, the morning after Ohio State's 38-10 win over Penn State, Williams..." October 19

  • Spartans special teams hero Watts-Jackson has surgery on fractured hip

    Detroit Free Press "He has a name that will forever be associated with the Michigan State/Michigan rivalry, and a hip that will require months to heal. Jalen Watts-Jackson had surgery today at U-M Hospital in Ann Arbor to repair a fractured and dislocated hip, suffered as he tumbled into the end zone with the..." October 19

  • Michigan's Blake O'Neill receives death threats on social media after botched punt

    Michigan Live "The downside of social media reared its ugly head Saturday night following Michigan's shocking 27-23 loss to Michigan State. After Blake O'Neill botched a game-clinching punt with 10 seconds remaining, folks on Twitter aimed their frustration and venom at the graduate student. While most of..." October 19

  • Fan suffers heart attack at end of Michigan game

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