• Michigan expanding recruiting presence through football camps "Jim Harbaugh has been everywhere since taking over at Michigan, and that trend will continue this summer with football camps planned in both Alabama and Texas. Harbaugh and the Michigan coaching staff will be appearing at satellite football camps in Prattville, Alabama as well as Dallas, Texas..." March 26

  • Iowa gives QB Jake Rudock permission to transfer 'with no strings attached'

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Jake Rudock's days at Iowa were numbered as soon as coach Kirk Ferentz put backup C.J. Beathard at the top of a depth chart released in January. Now, according to the Associated Press, Rudock is on the way out of the Hawkeyes program after Ferentz signed a release that he said had "no strings..." March 26

  • Ohio State signee Torrance Gibson on playing QB for the Buckeyes: "I wasn't promised anything"

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "It is assumed that Torrance Gibson would have signed with another program had Ohio State not promised him he'd play quarterback. That's not what happened. "Nobody promised me anything," Gibson told Northeast Ohio Media Group this week. "Urban Meyer didn't promise me a thing. He told me to come..." March 25

  • OSU looking into potential NCAA violation involving Braxton Miller

    College Football Talk "Well, this would certainly be an odd, and far from preferred, way to whittle down Ohio State’s three-headed quarterback conundrum. A school spokesperson confirmed to The Lantern, OSU’s student newspaper, that the university is currently looking into a potential NCAA rules violation committed by..." March 25

  • Michigan's center quits over concussion fears "Former Michigan starting center Jack Miller announced earlier this month he would not play his senior season and on Wednesday he told ESPN concern about the long-term impact from past and possible future concussions was a factor in the decision. "I know I've had a few and it's nice walking away..." March 25

  • Harbaugh uses loophole to coach at Alabama camp

    Detroit News "Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh and his staff are taking advantage of a Big Ten rule loophole, as Penn State coach James Franklin did last year. The Michigan program will be featured at satellite football camp this summer at Prattville High School in Alabama. The four-hour session costs $25 and..." March 25

  • Transferring Badger DB wants to play closer to Tampa home

    College Football Talk "It appears it’s a good thing that erstwhile Wisconsin quarterback Tanner McEvoy is giving the defensive backfield another look this spring. Last week, Austin Hudson (pictured, No. 27) confirmed that he will be transferring out of the UW football program. The safety had nothing negative to say..." March 25

  • Urban Meyer says OSU quarterback decision 'starting to eat away at me'

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Ohio State coach Urban Meyer fielded another round of questions about the Buckeyes’ unprecedented three-way quarterback race on Tuesday. Of course, Meyer didn’t name a starter. It’s nowhere close to that. Bleacher Report’s Ben Axelrod reported Meyer admitted the problem with having to bench two..." March 24

  • Australian punter Blake O'Neill to visit Michigan this week

    Michigan Live "Michigan's answer to its void at punter could very well be Australian, and could be one step closer to becoming a Wolverine. Australian-born punter Blake O'Neill, a graduate transfer from Weber State, announced Tuesday that he'll be flying to Ann Arbor on Wednesday for an official visit to..." March 24

  • Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh doesn't think he's worth $5M per year

    Detroit Free Press "During the courting process of Jim Harbaugh, much was made about how much he would be paid by Michigan if he took the head football job. One report cited the figure at $8 million per year. When the contract was finally signed and announced, the yearly salary was $5 million, but..." March 24

  • Jim Harbaugh bringing helmet stickers back to Michigan

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Jim Harbaugh is back at Michigan, and he’s bringing back another tradition. According to a report from Rivals’ Chris Balas, Michigan is bringing back helmet stickers and getting rid of the Legends jerseys in 2015. What does this mean? Harbaugh is honoring former coach Bo Schembechler,..." March 23

  • Former wide receiver Natrell Jamerson works with first-team defense at cornerback "The University of Wisconsin football program hasn’t wasted any time giving Natrell Jamerson a chance to prove himself at a new position. A wide receiver last year, the sophomore got some work with the first-team defense at cornerback during team drills Sunday, the fourth practice of the..." March 23

  • Jabrill Peppers garnering memories of former NFL All-Pro Rodney Harrison for coach Greg Jackson

    Michigan Live "For a stretch of time in the late 1990s, current Michigan secondary coach Greg Jackson shared the defensive backfield in San Diego with one of the most feared players in the NFL. While having a reputation for brutal hits, Rodney Harrison also found plenty of success in his career, ultimately..." March 20

  • Report: Iowa will release Jake Rudock to any school, QB to visit Michigan this week

    Michigan Live "Michigan's entry into the market for a graduate transfer quarterback began earlier this month. And its looking inside its own league. News broke earlier this month that now former Iowa quarterback -- and potential grad transfer -- Jake Rudock had plans to visit Michigan this spring with..." March 19

  • Cardale Jones is college football's most interesting man

    Fox Sports Ohio "Cardale Jones wore camoflauge spandex under his uniform on the first day of Ohio State's spring practice last week. It was a convenient decision, not a strategic one. These days, Jones isn't blending in anywhere. It's easy to see Jones as the most interesting man in college football -- even..." March 17

  • Michigan State running back Delton Williams jailed and suspended from team

    Michigan Live "Michigan State University running back Delton Williams was lodged at the Ingham County Jail on Tuesday afternoon, and he's been suspended from the football team. Williams, 21 of Erie, Pennsylvania, did not have any charges filed against him in district courts in East Lansing or Mason. The..." March 17

  • Michigan suspends Graham Glasgow "The Michigan Wolverines suspended senior offensive lineman Graham Glasgow on Monday after the offensive lineman admitted to violating terms of his probation during the weekend. Glasgow told the court he had consumed alcohol after he blew a .086 on a breathalyzer test Sunday morning. Glasgow..." March 17

  • Charles Jackson done for spring, back for fall

    North Platte Telegraph "Nebraska cornerback Charles Jackson is done for the spring, but coach Mike Riley said his knee injury was not as extensive as feared and that Jackson “will recover in plenty of time for the season.” Jackson, who missed last season after injuring a knee in August, will require arthroscopic..." March 16

  • J.T. Barrett would be 'shocked' by Braxton Miller transfer "Braxton Miller isn't opening up about his future just yet. But if his teammate and fellow quarterback competitor J.T. Barrett is correct, that future won't include a 2015 season spent anywhere other than Ohio State. "I'm not Braxton, but being that I do talk to him every day, I think that would..." March 14

  • Rutgers linebacker L.J. Liston dismissed from team

    Newark Star-Ledger "L.J. Liston said in December that he planned to win Rutgers' starting middle linebacker job next season. The rising junior won't get that opportunity, as he has been dismissed from the team by head coach Kyle Flood. "L.J. is no longer a member of the Rutgers football program," Flood said in a..." March 14

  • J.T. Barrett calls Braxton Miller transfer rumors 'ridiculous, silly': Ohio State QB Battle

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "When Ohio State opened spring ball on Tuesday, Braxton Miller was there in a black jersey just like the rest of the quarterbacks. He even tossed a few light passes as he makes his way back from a second shoulder surgery. That was expected. As far as anyone knew, Miller would be back with..." March 13

  • Michigan's Jack Miller surprises with decision to not play senior season

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Spring practice is a time for all sorts of change — position, depth chart changes and personnel. On Tuesday, Michigan is dealing with an unexpected one. Fifth-year starting senior center Jack Miller is not returning to the team, reported." March 12

  • Ex-Illini QB Aaron Bailey bound for Northern Iowa

    Chicago Tribune "Former Illinois quarterback Aaron Bailey has found a new home. Bailey, a graduate of Bolingbrook High School, will play at Northern Iowa next season, his stepfather Oliver Carter confirmed to the Tribune. He has two seasons of eligibility remaining. At Northern Iowa, a Division I-AA program,..." March 12

  • Report: Iowa QB Jake Rudock to transfer, will visit Michigan

    Michigan Live "Jim Harbaugh's quarterback room may need one more chair after all. Rumors of Michigan's interest in another quarterback for the 2015 season have swirled for some time now, and Wednesday, things started moving a bit on that front. Fox's Bruce Feldman reports that Iowa quarterback Jake Rudock..." March 11

  • Favorite yet to emerge in Michigan quarterback race

    Detroit News "Through four spring practices, a quarterback still has not emerged as the front-runner at Michigan. And as far as quarterback coach and pass-game coordinator Jedd Fisch is concerned, that's just fine, as long as the players continue to grasp the playbook and understand decision-making is more..." March 11

  • Ohio State opens spring with lingering questions about Braxton Miller's health

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Ohio State opened spring practice today with a dilemma many coaches wouldn’t gripe about — three starting quarterbacks. Braxton Miller, J.T. Barrett and Cardale Jones all took the field Tuesday, though they practiced in varying capacities. Miller warmed up with the team, but did most of his..." March 11

  • Urban Meyer not thinking about position change for Braxton Miller

    College Football Talk "Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer has quite the quarterback situation brewing in Columbus this spring. With Braxton Miller working his way back to full strength, J.T. Barrett showing what he is capable of doing over the course of a full season in2 014 and Cardale Jones proving worthy of..." March 10

  • NCAA outlaws Ezekiel Elliott’s crop top jersey look

    Larry Brown Sports "The NCAA on Thursday passed several new rules including one that will prevent Ezekiel Elliott from wearing the crop top jersey look he has become known for. AN NCAA Rules Committee met via conference call and made tweaks to personal foul penalties, helmets rules, instant replay, and more. One..." March 09

  • Four-star Ohio State recruit Dre'Mont Jones says he may have torn his ACL

    Land-Grant Holy Land "The Ohio State football signee had to be helped off a high school basketball court after suffering an injury earlier Saturday. " March 08

  • Michigan offensive coordinator: Quarterback job is 'wide open'

    SI - College Football "Michigan offensive coordinator Tim Drevno said that he thinks the team's starting quarterback job is "wide open," according to a report from The Wolverines will have three scholarship quarterbacks—junior Shane Morris, redshirt freshman Wilton Speight and true freshman Alex Malzone—at..." March 08

  • Police: Macgarrett Kings kicked a parking enforcement truck "Earlier this week we learned that Michigan State wide receiver Macgarrett Kings was arrested and charged with drunken and disorderly conduct and obstructing, resisting, hindering or assaulting a police officer. What we didn't know was what Kings had allegedly done to warrant the arrest. Now we..." March 07

  • Coroner: Kosta Karageorge did not have CTE

    Yahoo! Sports "A pathologist who examined the brain of former Ohio State football player and wrestler Kosta Karageorge determined that he did not have chronic traumatic encephalopathy, better known as CTE. CTE is a disease that is sometimes found in athletes with multiple head injuries. Though CTE was not..." March 07

  • MSU receiver Macgarrett Kings Jr. arrested, charged

    Detroit Free Press "Michigan State football player Macgarrett Kings Jr. is in trouble with the law again after a weekend arrest. Kings, who will be a senior receiver in the fall, has been charged with drunken and disorderly conduct and obstructing, resisting, hindering or assaulting a police officer, according to..." March 05

  • Jim Tressel: Michigan isn't close to being as good as Ohio State

    Fox Sports - College Football "Jim Tressel may no longer be an Ohio State employee, but he's still a Buckeye. The president of Youngstown State and former OSU football coach spoke with the Pro Football Hall of Fame Luncheon Club in Canton, Ohio, this week and was asked about how the Ohio State-Michigan rivalry may be..." March 04

  • Jim Harbaugh Helps Motorists Who Crashed on Interstate

    Complex "View this as some sort of Better Call Saul-like PR stunt, or a PSA for slowing the hell down on icy roads, but today newly minted Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh came to the aid of two motorists who crashed on Interstate-94. Some time earlier this afternoon, the 53-year-old driver slipped on the..." March 03

  • Ohio State football gets commitment from four-star 2016 DE Terrell Hall

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Ohio State continued its success in the fertile D.C./Maryland/Virginia recruiting area. The Buckeyes picked up a commitment from 2016 four-star defensive end Terrell Hall from St. John's College High School in Washington D.C. on Monday night. Hall announced his commitment on his Twitter..." March 03

  • Is Penn State's cost of attendance stipend a recruiting advantage?

    Sporting News - NCAAF "The winds of change are blowing in college sports, and Happy Valley appears to be the wind tunnel. Penn State will give student-athletes the largest stipend for incidental expenses among Big Ten schools, according to The stipend, known as “cost of attendance,” is to help with..." March 03

  • Michigan State QB Connor Cook will miss departing targets but others stepping up in offseason

    Michigan Live "Connor Cook makes no bones about it, he's going to miss throwing to 2014 Big Ten Receiver of the Year Tony Lippett and speedy Keith Mumphery. Those two departing senior targets ultimately enabled Michigan State to finish last season with a 42-41 Cotton Bowl win over Baylor that led to the..." March 03

  • Former Rutgers & Minnesota QB Philip Nelson dodges prison

    College Football Talk "Former Minnesota quarterback Philip Nelson will not have to serve any prison time for his involvement in a brutal attack that led to the injury of a Minnesota State football player. Nelson was instead sentenced to 100 hours of community service and was credited for serving two days in jail." March 03

  • Accidental text from coach’s 4-year-old son among 47 Ohio State self-reported Big Ten, NCAA violations

    The Lantern "Ohio State self-reported 47 minor Big Ten and NCAA rules violations in 2014, including one as the result of an accidental text sent by a football coach’s 4-year-old son. OSU wide receivers coach Zach Smith’s son picked up his father’s cell phone when a recruit called on May 27, and accidentally..." March 03

  • The Resilient Soul of Jerry Sandusky's Son

    Bleacher Report "I am staring at Matt Sandusky. Matt Sandusky is staring at me. Holding grapes. Plastic grapes. As Sandusky gazes my way, the faux produce twirls beneath the fleshy fingers of his right hand, an odd vision when one takes into account the man's size (approximately 6'0", 215 lbs) and..." March 03

  • U-M's Durkin has high expectations for Peppers

    Detroit Free Press "Early in spring practice, the Michigan coaches are trying not to publicly single out players. They want to let the competitions play out without rushing to judgment because they have promised the players a clean slate. But even when he was at Florida, U-M defensive coordinator D.J. Durkin knew..." March 01

  • Former TCU Wide Receiver Cam White Headed To Rutgers

    Frogs O' War "The former TCU wide receiver is set to graduate in May. Earlier today, former TCU wide receiver Cam White tweeted that upon graduation from TCU, he would be headed to Rutgers to finish out his collegiate football career. White did not play for TCU in 2014 due to concussions suffered in..." March 01

  • QB Caleb Rowe, RB Wes Brown to sit for Terps this spring

    College Football Talk "Two important pieces of Maryland’s offensive puzzle will be sidelined as the Terrapins begin preparations for the 2015 season in earnest. Friday, head coach Randy Edsall confirmed that both quarterback Caleb Rowe (pictured, right) and running back Wes Brown (pictured, left) will be..." March 01

  • Has OSU repaired its Cass Tech relationship?

    Detroit Free Press "Just a few weeks ago, Detroit Cass Tech football coach Thomas Wilcher was eviscerating Ohio State counterpart Urban Meyer for misleading Cass running back Mike Weber leading up to National Signing Day. Weber went down to the wire in deciding between OSU and archrival Michigan. He picked the..." February 25

  • Michigan's Jim Harbaugh compares spring practice to childbirth "Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh spent years dropping fantastic quotes at Stanford before the NFL stole his larger-than-life personality for a few years. Now that he's back in college football, all of Harbaugh's emotion, energy and wit are back as well for us to enjoy. Harbaugh sat down with..." February 24

  • WR Fitzpatrick taking his time with UM offer

    Detroit News "Farmington High junior wide receiver Desmond Fitzpatrick admits that throughout his childhood he was a big fan of Michigan football. In his middle school years, it was not uncommon to see him dressed in Maize and Blue at school, and he grew up emulating Wolverine receivers such as Desmond Howard,..." February 24

  • Michigan’s Jabrill Peppers is hungry to prove himself

    College Football Talk "When Michigan added defensive back Jabrill Peppers in the Class of 2014, the expectations were incredibly high. Unfortunately for Peppers, and for Michigan, things did not play out as scripted last fall. Peppers was redshirted in November after a pair of leg injuries slowed him down earlier in the..." February 24

  • Former U-M QB Bellomy lands at Texas-San Antonio

    Detroit Free Press "With all of the quarterbacks coming into Ann Arbor, Russell Bellomy decided to finish elsewhere, announcing in January that he likely would play his fifth year at another school. The Texas native and U-M grad transfer has landed at Texas-San Antonio, according to the Instagram photo of him..." February 23

  • Oregon targeted Vernon Adams Jr. over Braxton Miller

    College Football Talk "Fox Sports’ Bruce Feldman has an excellent feature on Oregon transfer Vernon Adams Jr. up, which is well worth a read. There’s some interesting stuff in there — Adams’ decision to transfer from FCS side Eastern Washington to the No. 2 team in the nation wasn’t easy, and he’s training in a strip..." February 23

  • Andre Rison not pressuring son, Hunter, to follow footsteps to Michigan State

    Michigan Live "Andre Rison made a name for himself playing football at Michigan State before a successful NFL career. He'll tell you he's still a Spartan who bleeds green and white to this day. He also says he'll stand by his son, Hunter Rison, no matter what college he chooses to attend in 2017. "We..." February 23

  • Report: Tom Bradley 'close to being hired' as UCLA defensive coordinator

    Yahoo! Sports "Tom Bradley, the longtime Penn State defensive coordinator, could be headed to the west coast. According to Fox Sports’ Bruce Feldman, Bradley, who spent the 2014 as an assistant at West Virginia, is “close to being hired” as the new defensive coordinator at UCLA. If the hire comes to fruition,..." February 19

  • Report: Penn State considered Bill Parcells to clean up Paterno's mess

    Fox Sports - College Football "Can you envision Bill Parcells roaming the sidelines in State College, trying to lead Penn State football out of the dark days of the Jerry Sandusky scandal and into an era of newfound light? Apparently it was considered in some corners of the university. Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio..." February 18

  • 49ers' GM: Jim Harbaugh 'always wanted' Michigan job

    Michigan Live "There weren't a whole lot of people around the NFL who thought Jim Harbaugh would leave the league, even if it were for his alma mater. Turns out, he's always had his eyes set on the Michigan -- at least, according to his former general manager. "The head coach at the University of Michigan..." February 18

  • J.T. Barrett shows off screws removed from ankle after late-season injury

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Braxton Miller's shoulder injury thrust J.T. Barrett into the spotlight prior to the start of last season. Barrett's injury late in the season catapulted Cardale Jones into superstar status. Now they're all starting to heal and that means trouble for opponents and Ohio State coaches. On..." February 18

  • Clark's past could damage future in NFL

    Detroit News "NFL Network senior draft analyst Mike Mayock doesn't believe former Michigan defensive lineman Frank Clark, dismissed from the team last November after his arrest for domestic violence, will be drafted. Defensive linemen are expected to arrive in Indianapolis on Thursday and have on-field..." February 17

  • Buckeyes’ Ezekiel Elliott to undergo another surgery

    College Football Talk "If you watched Ohio State’s run to the College Football Playoff national championship last month, and a ton of you did, then you know just how much of an impact running back Ezekiel Elliott had. Some young fans even think he deserves a Nobel Prize. What you may not have known, or possibly forgot..." February 17

  • Ohio State QB Braxton Miller says he's throwing again

    Yahoo! Sports "Six months after reinjuring his surgically repaired right shoulder, Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller says he’s been able to resume throwing with his sights set on the 2015 season. After winning the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year in 2012 and 2013, Miller went down during preseason..." February 17

  • Purdue WR Danny Anthrop ahead of schedule in ACL recovery

    Indianapolis Star "With his knee tightly wrapped and still trying to sort through what happened a few hours earlier, Danny Anthrop loaded himself onto the bus following the Nov. 1 football loss at Nebraska. Although the extent of his right knee injury wasn't known before the Boilermakers traveled back to West..." February 14

  • Illinois names ex-Bucs, Bears assistant Mike Phair as co-DC "Illinois coach Tim Beckman announced the addition of Mike Phair, a longtime NFL defensive assistant, as the team's new co-defensive coordinator and defensive line coach. "I am extremely pleased to add someone of Coach Phair's caliber to our coaching staff," Beckman said. "He is established as..." February 13

  • Former Penn State QB O'Connor commits to playing for UBC "University of British Columbia has landed a big transfer. Former Penn State QB and Ottawa native Michael O’Connor has committed to the Thunderbirds for the upcoming season." February 13

  • Penn State has B1G bowl revenues restored

    College Football Talk "First Penn State saw its bowl ban rescinded ahead of schedule. Now the same can be said of its conference bowl revenue as well. In a press release Thursday morning, Penn State announced that the Big Ten’s Council of Presidents/Chancellors has decided to restore the school’s share of the..." February 12

  • MSU's Barnett looking for two new starting DBs

    Detroit Free Press "Harlon Barnett has more responsibilities, but the defensive backs room still is his domain. And the Michigan State co-defensive coordinator and assistant head coach recently sent a message to all who will attempt to cover receivers for the Spartans next season. "I said this in the defensive..." February 11

  • Tennessee was right to pull the scholarship offer from a top Rutgers recruit

    Newark Star-Ledger "The great thing about the Internet — other than the cat videos, of course — is that the audience is both local and global. So while a column might be about Rutgers' recruiting class, if it includes criticism of another program, you can bet somebody is going to see it. And that's what happened..." February 11

  • Trent Green's son T.J. is planning on being a B1G QB -- at Northwestern

    Fox Sports Kansas City "Trent Green's son will soon share a line on the resume with his old man: Big Ten quarterback. T.J. Green, who won Gatorade Player of the Year and USA Today Offensive Player of the Year honors in Missouri last fall as a senior signal-caller at Rockhurst High School, has committed to walk on at..." February 10

  • Wisconsin's NFL pipeline of tight ends appealed to Penniston

    Fox Sports Wisconsin "Gary Andersen had been gone from Wisconsin's football program for all of a few hours when Kyle Penniston's cell phone began ringing on a continual loop. Penniston, a highly coveted tight end from Mater Dei High School in California, had committed to the Badgers last February. But on Dec. 10, when..." February 10

  • UM in strong position with '16 No. 1 Rashan Gary

    Detroit News "The Michigan coaching staff doesn't get much of a break following National Signing Day as the page turns to the 2016 recruiting class. The Wolverines have opportunities to get young prospects on campus with several late-season home basketball games, and spring practices for football starting..." February 10

  • Michigan LB Desmond Morgan says his fifth year's been cleared by NCAA

    Michigan Live "Desmond Morgan says it's official. He'll be back for a fifth year at Michigan. The move has been expected for some time, though the Wolverine linebacker made it 100 percent Tuesday by posting confirmation that he's been granted a fifth year of eligibility via Twitter. Morgan missed the..." February 10

  • Mike Weber puts his Ohio State recruiting drama behind him

    College Football Talk "Ohio State-bound running back Mike Weber appears to be ready to turn a page with his recruiting process. Weber expressed some disappointment after signing day when it was reported running backs coach Stan Drayton was leaving the Buckeyes to coach in the NFL with the Chicago Bears. Drayton had..." February 10

  • Ben McDaniels expected to be named Rutgers offensive coordinator; Ralph Friedgen remains as adviser

    Newark Star-Ledger "Ben McDaniels is expected to be promoted to the Rutgers offensive coordinator position, while Ralph Friedgen, who served as the coordinator in 2014, will remain a part of head coach Kyle Flood's staff in an advisory role, two people with knowledge of the decision told NJ Advance Media on..." February 10

  • Nebraska's Randy Gregory keeps moving

    USA Today "It's been a long journey. I was born in Jacksonville, Fla. We moved around a lot – probably seven or eight times leading up to my graduation in high school. Bounced around Tennessee, Alabama, Ohio, Missouri, Indiana. My parents met in Sicily, Italy, where both were stationed in the Air Force...." February 10

  • Illinois, Northwestern agree to 3-year deal to play at Soldier Field

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Illinois and Northwestern will play at Soldier Field in 2015, 2017 and 2019 with the Illini giving up three home games to do so. The 2015 game will be played Nov. 28, Illinois athletics director Mike Thomas said in a release on Monday. The later games will also be played on Thanksgiving..." February 09

  • Maryland applies for medical redshirt for Caleb Rowe

    Washington Post "Maryland has applied for a medical redshirt for junior quarterback Caleb Rowe, who missed the final seven games of his junior season after suffering a torn ACL. Maryland Coach Randy Edsall spoke on the possibility of Rowe gaining an extra year of eligibility Thursday evening on The Sports..." February 09

  • Is Jim Harbaugh taking a jab at Urban Meyer with 'deceive' tweet? "Jim Harbaugh's Michigan Twitter account has been one of college football's most entertaining coaching follows since the day of its inception way back in, uh, January. But it's never been more interesting than it was Saturday afternoon. Is Jim Harbaugh taking a jab at Urban Meyer with..." February 09

  • Source: Ohio St. hires Tony Alford "Ohio State has hired Notre Dame assistant Tony Alford to its staff to replace departed running backs coach Stan Drayton, a source confirmed to Alford, who was the Fighting Irish's running backs coach and recruiting coordinator, told that he will be the Buckeyes' assistant..." February 08

  • Mother of Stanford grad transfer Wayne Lyons has job at Michigan

    Michigan Live "Michigan has reportedly been in strong position to land Stanford graduate transfer cornerback Wayne Lyons for some time now. For apparently more reasons than just football. Lyons' mother, Gwendolyn Bush, appears in the school's directory as an athletics player development staffer. Michigan's..." February 07

  • Ex-Houston QB John O'Korn says he's transferring to Michigan

    Michigan Live "Jim Harbaugh continues to add bodies to his program, and arms to his quarterback pool. On Thursday, former Houston starting quarterback John O'Korn tweeted that he'll be transferring to Michigan. O'Korn was granted his release from Houston's program last month. He was a sophomore at Houston..." February 06

  • Illinois QB Aaron Bailey to transfer

    The News-Gazette "Tim Beckman said in mid-January he would give Aaron Bailey every opportunity to play quarterback at Illinois. Turns out, Bailey won’t. At least not with the Illini. Multiple sources close to the Illinois football program on Thursday morning confirmed Bailey is planning to transfer from..." February 06

  • Wisconsin hiring ex-Raiders receivers coach Ted Gilmore to same position

    SI - College Football "Former Oakland Raiders wide receivers coach Ted Gilmore has accepted the same position at Wisconsin, according to a source. Gilmore, 47, coached in college for 18 years before spending the past three seasons in charge of Oakland’s wide receivers. He coached the position at USC in 2011 and prior..." February 05

  • Three Ohio State players’ careers lost to injury

    College Football Talk "Ohio State welcomed a crop of new players to the program on Wednesday, but three veteran Buckeyes could be on their way out. Head coach Urban Meyer told the assembled press that defensive backs Armani Reeves and Ron Tanner and linebacker Devan Bogard will step away due to injuries. Reeves is..." February 05

  • Pearl-Cohn's Vaughn chooses Illinois

    Tennessean "Ke'Shawn Vaughn came to the conclusion on Tuesday night, but the standout Pearl-Cohn football player waited until the morning to reveal his long-awaited decision. Vaughn, a two-time All-Midstate selection and 2014 Class AA Mr. Football Back of the Year, signed a letter of intent to play college..." February 04

  • Four-star QB Zach Gentry makes flip complete, signs with Michigan

    Michigan Live "Jim Harbaugh's hand-picked quarterback is now officially a Michigan Wolverine. Four-star quarterback Zach Gentry had his national letter of intent to Michigan signed at faxed just after 9 a.m. Wednesday morning, giving the Wolverines two signed quarterbacks for the 2015 class. The 6-foot-7,..." February 04

  • Four-star MSU recruit Scott could play right away

    Detroit News "It's not every season a freshman has a chance to step into one of the best offenses in the Big Ten and make an immediate impact. But that is just the position L.J. Scott could find himself in next fall at Michigan State. The 6-foot-1, 215-pound running back from Hubbard (Ohio) High is..." February 04

  • Keith Washington flips commitment to Michigan from California

    Maize N Brew "The three-star athlete has joined the 2015 class as Michigan's 12th commitment. Another surprise for the Wolverines. Michigan has landed its second commitment of the day in the form of 2015 athlete Keith Washington (Prattville, Alabama), who has flipped his pledge to the Wolverines from..." February 04

  • Four-star RB Mike Weber's reaffirms commitment to Urban Meyer, to sign with Ohio State over Michigan

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Ohio State just can't miss on National Signing Day. The latest success for Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes was holding off Michigan to land four-star running back Mike Weber of Detroit Cass Tech, as the prospect announced during a ceremony at his school his intentions of going to Ohio State...." February 04

  • Michigan flips four-star RB Karan Higdon from Iowa on signing day

    Michigan Live "The first surprise of the day is in, and it didn't take very long. Michigan was able to flip four-star running back Karan Higdon from his Iowa commitment on national signing day, per multiple reports. Higdon signed his letter at his high school in Sarasota, Fla., though it has not yet been..." February 04

  • Report: Brady Hoke refutes Notre Dame rumors

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Brady Hoke might not be going to South Bend after all. reported Hoke would join Notre Dame's staff after Signing Day as the defensive backs coach. The report says Notre Dame defensive backs coach Kerry Cooks will join Oklahoma's staff." February 04

  • Five-star TE Chris Clark picks UCLA over Michigan

    Michigan Live "While Michigan got a surprise earlier Wednesday when four-star running back Karan Higdon flipped from Iowa to Michigan, the Wolverines took a hit when Chris Clark went west. Clark, a five-star tight end from Avon, Connecticut (and a former Michigan commit), picked UCLA over Michigan during a..." February 04

  • Ohio State lands four-star OT Isaiah Prince over Alabama, Maryland

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "It's hard to imagine Urban Meyer could be having a better day. After earning a signature from four-star wide receiver K.J. Hill of North Little Rock, Ark., earlier in the morning of National Signing Day, Meyer closed on the second elite prospect of the day when four-star offensive tackle..." February 04

  • Report: Former Michigan coach Brady Hoke joining Notre Dame's staff "While the rest of the country has its eyes on the nation's top recruits -- and you can too with our Signing Day Live coverage on -- former Michigan coach Brady Hoke has reportedly made a commitment to rival Notre Dame , joining the Irish staff as a defensive assistant. According..." February 04

  • Penn State adds pledge from Stanford lineman, expected grad transfer, Kevin Reihner

    The Patriot News "Penn State's 2015 roster got bigger Tuesday night. Literally and figuratively. The Lions picked up their second commitment of the day on the eve of National Signing Day 2015 late Tuesday, as Scranton, Pa., native and current Stanford offensive lineman Kevin Reihner announced his intentions to..." February 04

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