Pacific-12 RUMORS & NEWS

  • Alabama joins pursuit of Husker graduate transfer target Stevie Tu'ikolovatu

    Omaha World-Herald "Utah graduate transfer Stevie Tu'ikolovatu — who is considering a spot on Nebraska's roster — is also looking at Alabama, according to his Twitter profile. Tu'ikolovatu posted a photo of himself and Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban on Wednesday morning. The photo is from his visit to Alabama's..." May 25

  • Former Texas Tech QB Davis Webb reveals why he picked Cal over Colorado

    Fox Sports "Davis Webb said it was one of the hardest things he's ever had to do. The grad transfer quarterback from Texas Tech, though, wanted to make sure the coaches at Colorado didn't hear the news from someone else first. Webb, a coach's son, had committed to CU in late January, signing financial aid..." May 24

  • Josh Rosen takes his shot at the NCAA after UCLA inks huge Under Armour deal

    CBS Sports "UCLA and Under Armour are reportedly set to ink a 15-year, $280 million apparel deal that would be the largest in college football history. If anything, it furthers the point that major college athletics is a huge business, ripe for profit. Meanwhile, the guys who actually play the game still..." May 24

  • UCLA to announce record-breaking $280M deal with Under Armour

    Fox Sports "UCLA has made plenty of athletic history throughout the years, and will do so again Tuesday. The Bruins will announce a record $280 million shoe and apparel deal with Under Armour, according to multiple reports. "We knew that we were well-positioned to cut a deal," UCLA athletic director Dan..." May 24

  • UCLA Coach Mora to Josh Rosen: Do You Want to be Manziel or Brady?

    Bruins Nation "UCLA Football Coach Jim Mora appeared on The Rich Eisen Show today and he said some really interesting things to say. First, he predicted that Myles Jack will be the NFL Rookie of the Year. "He'll be the rookie of the year. You watch," said Mora. "He's so motivated. He's such a great athlete...." May 23

  • Davis Webb explains decision to leave Colorado for Cal

    Fox Sports "Davis Webb said it was one of the hardest things he's ever had to do. The grad transfer quarterback from Texas Tech, though, wanted to make sure the coaches at Colorado didn't hear the news from someone else first. Webb, a coach's son, had committed to CU in late January, signing financial aid..." May 23

  • Former Texas CB Bryson Echols lands at Arizona State

    Arizona Republic "Former Texas cornerback Bryson Echols announced Thursday he will play his final college season at Arizona State. As a graduate transfer, Echols likely will be eligible immediately. Echols mostly contributed on special teams last season, finishing with three tackles. Over four years, he played..." May 20

  • Christian McCaffrey upset at lack of respect for white athletes

    Sporting News - NCAAF "​Christian McCaffrey just completed one of the greatest seasons in college football history, but he’s still got a chip on his shoulder. That's because the Stanford running back — and early Heisman contender — says he’s tired of being labeled as "tough" while having his athleticism overlooked..." May 19

  • Davis Webb spurns Colorado, transfers to Cal

    The Score "Colorado's bad dream has turned into a reality. Months after committing to the Buffaloes as a graduate transfer from Texas Tech, quarterback Davis Webb is spurning Colorado and heading to California instead, he told Bruce Feldman of FOX Sports. Webb served as a backup last season, but..." May 19

  • CU-Boulder football players charged with four counts each in theft case

    Denver Post "The two University of Colorado football players accused of stealing items from a dorm room in April were each charged Wednesday with four counts, including three felonies. Nu'umoto "N.J." Falo, 19, and Donald "Dino" Gordon, 20, were both charged with second-degree burglary, theft between $2,000..." May 12

  • Rutgers opens as heavy underdogs for season opener at Washington

    Newark Star-Ledger "Rutgers' season opener is four months away, but coach Chris Ash already has some bulletin board material. The Scarlet Knights aren't getting much respect from oddsmakers, as they have opened as 20.5-point underdogs for the season opener at Washington on Sept. 3, according to the 5Dimes..." May 09

  • Elite local Basha High quarterback recruit Ryan Kelley commits to Arizona State

    Scout "Three days after de-committing from Oregon, four-star 2017 quarterback Ryan Kelley has a new home: Arizona State. Kelley, a 6-foot-4, 185 pound senior-to-be at Basha High School in Chandler, Arizona, announced his commitment to the hometown Sun Devils via Twitter on Friday afternoon...." May 06

  • Former ASU LB Antonio Longino jailed in Ohio investigation

    Arizona Republic "Days from a tryout with the Cincinnati Bengals, former Arizona State linebacker Antonio Longino was arrested Wednesday night for allegedly tampering with evidence in a Cleveland homicide investigation. According to NewsNet5, the ABC affiliate in Cleveland, Longino was taken into custody at the..." May 05

  • UCLA AD Dan Guerrero ready to move past voting fiasco

    ESPN "UCLA athletic director Dan Guerrero wasn't happy with Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott publicly calling him out for his vote to ban recruiting satellite camps, which ran counter to the conference's official position, but he said Wednesday at the Pac-12 meetings that he and Scott have moved..." May 05

  • UCLA Football Star -- Punished In Uber Driver Attack

    TMZ "UCLA football star Ishmael Adams is finally facing the music for an alleged attack on an Uber driver last year -- but he won't do any jail time ... TMZ Sports has learned. As we previously reported ... Adams was arrested for battery back in August after allegedly getting violent with an Uber..." May 05

  • Oregon QB recruit Ryan Kelley decommits from Ducks

    The Register Guard "Quarterback Ryan Kelley, a junior at Basha High School in Chandler, Ariz. who committed to Oregon in November, announced Tuesday night that he no longer plans to join the Ducks. "I'd like to thank the University of Oregon for the love and opportunities they have presented me," he wrote on..." May 04

  • Last 2016 5-star football recruit, WR Demetris Robertson, commits to Cal

    SB Nation "Receiver Demetris Robertson, the last uncommitted five-star prospect in the class of 2016, has decided to play his college football at Cal, he announced Sunday. The Savannah Christian Prep (Ga.) product is ranked as the top wide receiver in the country on the 247Sports Composite, as well as the..." May 01

  • Pharaoh Brown, who once faced amputation, returns in spring game

    ESPN "A few weeks ago, Pharaoh Brown sat 100 yards west of Autzen Stadium and tried to imagine what it would be like to finally be back, playing the game that almost took his leg. It was only a year and a half ago that he faced partial amputation of his right leg following an injury that occurred..." May 01

  • Meet the fitness guru who shapes up Jared Goff and Carson Wentz

    Fox Sports "Heard of Ryan Flaherty? My hunch is you probably haven't, but he's about to have a unique distinction. After Thursday's NFL Draft, the 33-year-old former Utah State wide receiver-turned-strength/speed coach will have trained the top two overall picks in each of the past two drafts. Last year it..." April 28

  • 2 Colorado football players arrested, accused of stealing PlayStation, laptop

    Daily Camera "Two University of Colorado football players were arrested early this morning and have been suspended indefinitely from the team after campus police say they stole items from a dorm room in Willard Hall earlier this month. Nu'umoto "N.J." Falo, 19, and Donald "Dino" Gordon, 20, were both booked..." April 28

  • Colorado slashes student season-ticket price by 40 percent as sales decline

    Daily Camera "In a bid to draw more students to home sporting events, the University of Colorado is dropping the price of its student season-ticket pass by more than 40 percent. Students can buy season passes that give them access to all home football games, all men's and women's basketball games and other..." April 27

  • Colorado coach confident Davis Webb will honor transfer commitment

    ESPN "Colorado coach Mike MacIntyre said he's confident that former Texas Tech quarterback Davis Webb will keep his commitment to the Buffaloes and join the team as a graduate transfer. "I talk to Davis Webb basically every day," MacIntyre said Tuesday. "Almost every night. He's told me every time..." April 27

  • UCLA's Kenny Clark's path to the NFL draft shaped by his father's murder conviction

    ESPN "Kenny Clark Jr., all 6-foot-3, 314 pounds of him, settled as best he could onto the hard, courtroom bench inside the Ronald Reagan Federal Building in Santa Ana, California. The former UCLA defensive tackle squeezed in between his mom and brother, with his twin sisters and a cousin nearby. Soon..." April 24

  • 4-star cornerback Jermani Brown decommits from Arizona State

    College Spun "Midlothian (Va.) four-star athlete Jermani Brown announced his de-commitment on Twitter moments ago. " April 24

  • Cal, Under Armour reach 10-year deal

    ESPN "The University of California-Berkeley and Under Armour have agreed to a 10-year deal that will begin with the 2017-18 school year. Sources say the deal is worth almost $86 million in cash and product. It includes a $3 million signing bonus, $3.5 million in cash per year and an average annual..." April 22

  • Cal's Hardy Nickerson transferring to Illinois to play for father

    San Jose Mercury News "Cal's football team lost a key defensive player Thursday when senior linebacker Hardy Nickerson announced he will graduate this summer and transfer to Illinois to play for his father, the Illini's new defensive coordinator. Nickerson, who led the team in tackles last season, said the decision..." April 22

  • Bryce Dixon gets 6 years in carjacking, robbery plea deal

    Orange County Register "Former USC tight end Bryce Dixon was sentenced to six years in state prison Thursday following his January crime spree. Dixon accepted a deal with prosecutors that included no-contest pleas to one count of carjacking, two counts of second-degree robbery and admitting using a knife during his crime..." April 22

  • UCLA's Dan Guerrero voted wrong way on satellite camps

    USA Today "Anyone who was surprised the NCAA Division I Council this month voted to ban college football coaches from participating in satellite camps is not alone. At least one conference commissioner was, too. Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott said Wednesday night that the league’s representative on..." April 22

  • 4-star DT Marlon Tuipulotu commits to Washington

    Oregonian "The Oregon Ducks and Oregon State Beavers have both placed increased emphasis on corralling top in-state over the past two recruiting classes. That effort took a huge blow Saturday evening, as 247Sports four-star defensive tackle Marlon Tuipulotu, a U.S. Army All-American selection, committed..." April 17

  • Washington lands big-time St. John Bosco WR recruit Terrell Bynum

    USA Today High School Sports "Chris Peterson loves explosive players at the skill positions, and he just landed his man in the Class of 2016. As announced on a California radio show and then tweeted by the player himself just after midnight Thursday, St. John Bosco star wide receiver Terrell Bynum has decided to take his..." April 15

  • UC pays $4.75M in suit over Cal football player Ted Agu’s death

    San Francisco Chronicle "The family of Cal football player Ted Agu, who died after a team drill in 2014, and the University of California settled a wrongful-death lawsuit for $4.75 million, bringing months of negotiations and litigation to a close, the two sides said Thursday. Agu, a defensive lineman and pre-med..." April 14

  • USC Is Getting Crushed For Its Decision To Hire Lynn Swann As Its New AD

    College Spun "Wednesday afternoon, USC officially announced former Trojans football star Lynn Swann as the school’s next AD, replacing Pat Haden. It didn’t take long for the jokes to starting rolling in. USC is getting crushed – mostly by the media – for hiring an alum with little experience. USC has a..." April 14

  • Southern Cal hires Lynn Swann to be new AD

    ESPN "The University of Southern California has hired Lynn Swann to be its next athletic director, the school announced Wednesday. Swann, a Pro Football Hall of Famer, replaces Pat Haden, who will step down effective June 30. Swann, a four-time Super Bowl champion with the Pittsburgh Steelers,..." April 13

  • UCLA's quarterback went golfing at one of Donald Trump's courses in a 'F*ck Trump' hat

    SB Nation "You already knew UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen is very good at throwing footballs. But you probably didn't know Rosen has very good taste in golfing attire when he decides to tee it up. You can't see it above, but Rosen was vigilant enough to also tag his photo with a "Trump National Golf Club"..." April 11

  • Samson Kafovalu, CU Buffs lineman, jailed in Boulder on obstruction charge

    Daily Camera "University of Colorado defensive lineman Samson Kafovalu was arrested by Boulder police overnight on suspicion of obstructing a police officer, the third time Kafovalu has had a run-in with the law since joining the team. Kafovalu, 22, was booked into the Boulder County Jail at 4:40 a.m. today..." April 09

  • Washington State's Mike Leach frustrated with satellite camp ban

    The Score "As we await Jim Harbaugh's comments on the NCAA banning satellite camps, another coach has already weighed in, and he's not happy. "It appears that the selfish interests of a few schools and conferences prevailed over the best interests of future potential student-athletes," Washington State..." April 09

  • University of Washington ready to cook with Budda Baker

    Fox Sports "Chris Petersen's never been one to gush. But if you really want to get him going, ask him about Budda Baker, Washington's version of the Energizer bunny. Both the coach and his star defensive back have been at Washington for two seasons, and Petersen said he's never seen Baker not finish first..." April 07

  • 4-star cornerback Thomas Graham Jr. decommits from USC

    The Score "USC lost a large piece of its 2017 recruiting class Tuesday, as four-star cornerback Thomas Graham Jr. announced we was decommitting from the Trojans. Graham is rated the No. 7 corner and the 56th-ranked played overall in the 2017 class by ESPN." April 07

  • USC linebacker Scott Felix’s career over after NCAA denies appeal for taking banned substance

    L.A. Daily News "Senior linebacker Scott Felix’s USC career ended Friday when the NCAA denied his appeal for taking a banned substance. Felix was suspended after failing an NCAA drug test at Holiday Bowl but his status was in doubt until the NCAA made its final ruling. “In life, people make mistakes and I am..." April 02

  • Damarious Randall rips ASU on Twitter for some reason

    Arizona Republic "Admittedly, we don't know the half of this. But former ASU safety and current Green Bay Packers cornerback Damarious Randall took to Twitter and Periscope Thursday night to rip his alma mater. For some unknown reason." April 01

  • Oregon Forward Dwayne Benjamin Says He’ll Join Football Program On Twitter

    College Spun "Over the weekend, a report from Oregon beat reporter Aaron Fentress indicated that Ducks basketball forward Dwayne Benjamin could be joining the football program as a wide receiver. " March 31

  • Pharaoh Brown's return from leg injury leaves Oregon coaches 'no doubt' about playing status

    Oregonian "It's a question that's been asked numerous times over the last year, and on Tuesday afternoon there was finally a different response. How is Pharaoh Brown doing? Do you expect him to play? "Yeah," Oregon coach Mark Helfrich said on the first day of spring camp. Brown, Oregon's senior..." March 30

  • USC DE Don Hill’s suspension linked to ‘student-conduct issue’

    College Football Talk "USC has already lost one defensive lineman to a significant injury, now they’ve lost another to an off-field issue. Clay Helton has previously confirmed that Don Hill (pictured, No. 59) is not taking part in spring practice because of what the head coach described as a “violation of team..." March 29

  • USC loses former 5-star DL Kenny Bigelow to torn ACL

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "The most experienced player on USC’s defensive line might be lost for the season. Defensive tackle Kenny Bigelow suffered a torn ACL during Thursday’s practice and will miss seven to nine months, according to coach Clay Helton. Bigelow, a five-star recruit in 2013, redshirted his first..." March 27

  • Oregon State Beavers safety Justin Strong transfers to Montana

    Oregonian "Justin Strong, who started eight games at safety for Oregon State last season, has transferred to Montana. The Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) school announced Strong's transfer Tuesday and the 5-foot-11, 198 pound Rialto, California native will be eligible to play during the 2016..." March 24

  • Washington RB Deontae Cooper will enjoy seventh season at SJSU

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Running back Deontae Cooper will leave Washington and spend his seventh college football season at San Jose State. Yes, seventh. Cooper tore ligaments in his knee during the 2010, 2011 and 2012 seasons at Washington and was granted three extra years by the NCAA. He spent those years as a..." March 22

  • For the first time in 50 years, spring football begins without Randy Hart

    ESPN "Every i was dotted and every t was crossed, just they had been under Randy Hart's watch for 46 seasons. Desk so clean you could eat off it? Check. Stanford defensive line in good shape? Check. Honest talent assessment? Check. This time, he was evaluating himself, not his players. That's why..." March 10

  • Snoop Dogg’s son Cordell Broadus returning to UCLA football

    Larry Brown Sports "Cordell Broadus is returning to UCLA football. Less than a year after walking away from the Bruins’ program prior to the commencement of fall practice, Broadus will be returning to Jim Mora’s program, this time as a walk-on. Scout’s Tracy Pierson reports the news and says Broadus will be on..." March 09

  • 5-star WR Demetris Robertson signs aid agreements with Cal and Georgia Tech

    College Football Talk "There was one significant player who did not sign on National Signing Day last month. Wide receiver Demetris Robertson was not expected to sign a National Letter of Intent on signing day the way so many others were, but he may have taken a giant step forward in bringing his recruiting process to a..." March 09

  • Oregon adding Fresno State to 2021 schedule

    College Football Talk "The Oregon Ducks will open the 2021 season at home against Fresno State. The Ducks and Bulldogs will square off in Autzen Stadium on September 4, 2021 according to a report from Oregon will pay Fresno State $950,000 for the game. The Pac-12 has no power conference scheduling..." March 09

  • Washington State's Calvin Green arrested on 2 misdemeanors

    The Score "Washington State defensive back Calvin Green was arrested early Sunday morning, according to The Daily Evergreen. The junior was booked for hit-and-run unintended and reckless endangerment in the second degree, according to the Pullman Police report. Earlier Sunday, police arrested and released..." March 08

  • 3-Star OL Will Farrar Announces Commitment To UCLA

    College Spun "The UCLA Bruins just got some solid news this Friday night. Three-star offensive guard Will Farrar, from Richmond, Texas, announced on Twitter that he’s chosen to attend UCLA in the fall of 2017. The 6-foot-5, 290-pound star chosen the Bruins over dozens of programs, including LSU, Texas,..." March 08

  • Top 60 recruit Greg Johnson verbally commits to Wildcats

    Arizona Desert Swarm "The Arizona Wildcats landed a big-time commitment late Tuesday night, with Greg Johnson, a 5'10", 185lb athlete. Johnson is ranked 4th among all athletes and 58th regardless of position, a consensus 4-star prospect. With some work this season, he could even be elevated to a 5-star prospect. He..." March 03

  • 2017 3-Star Safety Jaquan Henderson Decommits From UCLA

    College Spun "Back in September, safety Jaquan Henderson – then a four-star recruit – officially pledged himself to UCLA. Wednesday, he backed off that commitment, announcing to his Twitter followers that he and his family have made the decision to re-open his recruitment. He thanked the Bruins’ coaching staff..." March 03

  • Oregon State linebacker Rommel Mageo transferring to Ole Miss

    Fox Sports "Oregon State linebacker Rommel Mageo, the Beavers' leading tackler in 2015, is transferring to Ole Miss. He is expected to provide a much-needed boost to the Rebels linebacking corps. The 6-2, 235-pound Mageo had 87 tackles, two interceptions, two sacks and two forced fumbles for OSU last..." March 02

  • Steve Sarkisian's lawsuit against USC is headed for arbitration

    Los Angeles Times "Former USC football coach Steve Sarkisian has agreed to binding arbitration to resolve his lawsuit against the university over his firing, according to a filing in Los Angeles County Superior Court. The decision came on the eve of a hearing scheduled for Wednesday on USC’s motion to send the..." March 02

  • Signing of Maxs Tupai tops off the Utes' 2016 class nicely

    The Deseret News "Utah football topped off its 2016 recruiting class nicely on Wednesday, securing the late signing of Murray four-star defensive end prospect Maxs Tupai. The 6-foot-2, 250-pound Tupai finished his standout Spartan career with 81 tackles and eight sacks in 2015, helping Murray reach the 4A state..." February 25

  • Ex-USC Tight End Violent Details In Alleged Robbery Spree

    TMZ "The two former college football players who allegedly teamed up in at least 7 robberies used violent tactics and weapons on innocent victims including women ... and in one case held a knife to a victim's throat ... this according to investigators. We broke the story ... ex-USC tight end Bryce..." February 20

  • Arizona State assistant Kodi Burns hired at Auburn

    Alabama "Kodi Burns is headed back to where it all started. The former Auburn quarterback and receiver is set to join Auburn's staff less than 24 hours following receivers coach Dameyune Craig's departure to LSU. He will coach receivers and serve as co-offensive coordinator, Auburn announced..." February 16

  • Jake Spavital named Cal’s next offensive coordinator

    San Francisco Chronicle "Cal has hired former Texas A&M offensive coordinator Jake Spavital as its offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, the Bears announced Thursday. Spavital, 30, replaces Tony Franklin, who left Berkeley last month to take the same position at Middle Tennessee State. Spavital, fired Jan. 3..." February 12

  • Delshawn McClellon transferring from Utes for final season

    College Football Talk "Another day, another senior deciding to use his final season of eligibility elsewhere. The latest to do as much is Delshawn McClellon, who took to Instagram Tuesday to confirm that he has decided to leave Utah and finish his collegiate career at an undetermined locale. While the wide receiver..." February 11

  • USC says AD Pat Haden hospitalized after lightheadedness

    ESPN "USC Trojans athletic director Pat Haden became faint on campus Wednesday and was hospitalized to undergo tests, the school announced. Sports information director Tim Tessalone said Haden, 63, was in stable condition and resting comfortably. No details on the type of testing were..." February 11

  • See what Sun Devil Stadium will look like after renovation

    Arizona Republic "New renderings of Arizona State's remodeled Sun Devil Stadium were released Monday, showing what the stadium will look like after phase 2 of work is complete in September and what the final product will look like in September 2017. The $256-million stadium reconstruction is being completed in..." February 09

  • Former Oregon Ducks Quarterback Morgan Mahalak Transfers to Towson

    Addicted to Quack "Morgan Mahalak's career with the Oregon Ducks is over as he takes his talents to the east coast. Mahalak will transfer to Towson, an FCS school in Maryland, per several media outlets. Mahalak was a four-star recruit and the fifth-ranked dual-threat quarterback of the 2014 class. " February 09

  • Seth Collins, former Oregon State quarterback, transfers to Northern Illinois

    Oregonian "Less than two weeks after announcing his transfer from Oregon State, Seth Collins has found his latest destination, as Northern Illinois announced Thursday that Collins has joined the program. Collins' one season in Corvallis was part dazzling, part inconsistent. As a true freshman, he started..." February 08

  • Quarterback Matt Corral, a 2018 recruit, commits to USC

    Los Angeles Times "USC made an early impression on quarterback Matt Corral, who is not scheduled to graduate from Westlake Village Oaks Christian until 2018, but made a verbal commitment to the Trojans on Friday. “I’m very happy to announce that I am fully committing to the University of Southern California!”..." February 08

  • Oregon Ducks running back Thomas Tyner to retire from football

    Oregonian "On Wednesday, Oregon coach Mark Helfrich was vague when asked about running back Thomas Tyner's availability for the Ducks' upcoming spring practices. Two days later, it's clear: Tyner, the former five-star recruit who set Oregon prep rushing records at Aloha High School, is taking a medical..." February 06

  • USC Athletic Director Pat Haden To Step Down In June

    Deadspin "Pat Haden will step down from his role as Trojans athletic director on June 30, according to a USC alumni email sent by school president C.L. Max Nikias. Though Haden will no longer be the AD, he will take on a new role involving the renovation of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. An excerpt..." February 05

  • Ex-Texas A&M OC Jake Spavital expected to become Cal OC

    SI "Former Texas A&M offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Jake Spavital is expected to be the new offensive coordinator for California coach Sonny Dykes, according to sources. One of college football's brightest young offensive minds, the 30-year-old Spavital and Texas A&M decided to..." February 05

  • Stanford signee Thomas Schaffer becomes first Austrian-born player

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "While there was a lot of fanfare surrounding recruiting class and which programs signed the best group of individuals, Stanford might have had the most unique individual of all. Defensive lineman Thomas Schaffer signed with the Cardinal and became the first Austrian to play in the FBS. "I..." February 04

  • Five-star Jack Jones commits to USC in video interview with Snoop Dogg

    CBS Sports "Five-star athlete/cornerback Jack Jones committed to USC on Wednesdaay, with some help from Snoop Dogg. Jones' father is an old friend of Snoop and Jones played in Snoop's youth league before going on to Long Beach Poly. You can watch the full video of Jones' announcement, where he's..." February 03

  • Five-star LB Mique Juarez commits to the Bruins

    CBS Sports "UCLA landed one of the top outside linebackers in the country on Wednesday, when Mique Juarez committed to the Bruins, choosing UCLA over schools like Ole Miss and Alabama. The five-star linebacker is rated the No. 1 OLB by 247Sports and the No. 11 overall player in the 2016 class. Juarez..." February 03

  • Quarterback Morgan Mahalak will transfer from Oregon Ducks

    Oregonian "Morgan Mahalak, the once-heralded four-star recruit who some suggested could be the heir to the Marcus Mariota throne, has decided to transfer from Oregon. Mahalak had initially asked for his release from Oregon last month and the redshirt freshman made it official on Tuesday with a post to..." February 03

  • Brandon Burton Commits to UCLA

    Bruins Nation "Why wait until tomorrow? The Bruins nabbed a top recruit from a traditional Southern Cal stronghold on the night before National LOI Signing Day when they got a commitment from Junipero Serra HS 4* Athlete Brandon Burton. Burton, who plays both wide receiver and free safety, made his..." February 03

  • Report: 4-star WR Audie Omotosho heading to UCLA

    The Score "After receiving a whopping 31 FBS offers, Audie Omotosho certainly had a tough decision to make, but UCLA has apparently won the bidding for the four-star receiver's services." February 02

  • Ex-Cal LB Michael Barton to join Arizona as grad transfer

    San Francisco Chronicle "Michael Barton will play his final season of eligibility at Arizona, the former Cal linebacker announced Sunday on Twitter. “I’m proud to be a part of the Wildcat family and eager to compete once again in the Pac-12,” Barton wrote. His choice of school comes seven weeks after Barton made..." February 01

  • University Of California Admits Fault In Death Of Football Player Ted Agu

    Deadspin "Ted Agu was like many Berkeley students, in that he wanted to go to medical school after graduating. But Agu was also a walk on defensive lineman for the football team. After a team offseason workout on the morning of February 7, 2014, he collapsed with breathing trouble. Agu was taken to the Alta..." January 30

  • Four-star Devery Hamilton flips from UM to Stanford

    Detroit News "Michigan no longer has four-star offensive tackle Devery Hamilton in the 2016 freshman class. Hamilton flipped his commitment to Stanford, 247Sports reported Saturday morning, citing Baltimore Gilman School assistant coach Henry Russell. Hamilton (6-6, 265 pounds) had committed to the..." January 30

  • Four-star cornerback Obi Eboh commits to Stanford

    SI - College Football "Four-star cornerback Obi Eboh announced his commitment to Stanford on Thursday. “Blessed to announce that I will be furthering my education and football career at Stanford University,” Eboh wrote on Twitter. The announcement comes less than a week after Eboh decommitted from Texas." January 30

  • Report: Arizona State's Lindsey given raise after turning down Southern Miss

    The Score "Arizona State will give Chip Lindsey a $100,000 increase in base salary after the offensive coordinator decided not to pursue the head coaching vacancy at Southern Miss, according to Doug Haller of Lindsey was reportedly the top candidate to replace Todd Monken at Southern Miss,..." January 30

  • Arizona RB Jonathan Haden intends to transfer

    Fox Sports - College Football "Arizona running back Jonathan Haden intends to transfer from the school, according to head coach Rich Rodriguez. Haden, a freshman, played mostly on special teams in the 2015 season." January 30

  • Summit High receiver Damian Alloway commits to UCLA

    Los Angeles Times "UCLA’s 2016 recruiting class gained momentum Friday, less than a week before signing day on Feb. 3, when receiver Damian Alloway announced his commitment to the Bruins in a video produced by Bleacher Report. A product of Summit High in Fontana, Alloway, 5-foot-10 and 170 pounds, is considered..." January 30

  • Kyle Whittingham, Utah agree to contract extension through 2020

    CBS Sports "Utah coach Kyle Whittingham has signed a two-year contract extension with the Utes to keep him there through 2020. The extension will pay him $3.3 million per year, a $700,00 raise from what he made in 2015, per the USA Today coaches salary database. “I am grateful for the support and..." January 30

  • Texas Tech transfer quarterback Davis Webb commits to Colorado

    Fox Sports - College Football "Texas Tech grad transfer quarterback Davis Webb has committed to Colorado, he told FOX Sports on Wednesday morning. He had planned to take an official visit to Auburn but has said he's canceled that. "I just know it's a good fit with Colorado," Webb said. "I really like what Coach Mac (Mike..." January 28

  • Report: ASU OC Chip Lindsey won’t take Southern Miss job

    Arizona Sports "Arizona State won’t be searching for its second new offensive coordinator in a matter of two months, according to FOX Sports’ Bruce Feldman. Sun Devils offensive coordinator Chip Lindsey, hired in December to replace new Memphis head coach Mike Norvell, will no be under further consideration..." January 27

  • Jake Raulerson moves on from Texas by transferring to UCLA

    College Football Talk "In 2014, Jake Raulerson played for Texas in their game against UCLA. Two years later, Raulerson has joined that day’s enemy. In concluding a coast-to-coast tour that included a handful of FBS programs, Raulerson announced on Twitter Monday afternoon that he will continue his playing career..." January 25

  • Saraland WR Velus Jones flips from Oklahoma back to USC

    Alabama "One day after changing his commitment, Saraland wide receiver Velus Jones announced that he would flip back to the school where he originally committed. The 5-foot-11, 180-pound Jones said on Saturday that he was going to sign with USC, the school he had been committed to for several..." January 25

  • K-State football lands Cal transfer cornerback Cedric Dozier

    The Topeka Capital-Journal "Kansas State's football team picked up some immediate help and some long-range help after a big on-campus recruiting weekend as national signing day approaches on Feb. 3. Cedric Dozier announced he will transfer from California to K-State for his final season, coming in with immediate..." January 25

  • Keyshon Camp, a DT who was just offered by Ohio State, announces decommitment from USC

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "A few hours before five-star defensive tackle Rashard Lawrence of Monroe (La.) Neville committed to LSU over Ohio State on Friday, the Buckeyes offered another defensive tackle. That prospect was four-star defensive tackle Keyshon Camp of Lakeland (Fla.) Lake Gibson. At the time 6-foot-4,..." January 25

  • Seth Collins' transfer ends brief Oregon State career that was dazzling but inconsistent

    Oregonian "All signs point to Seth Collins wanting to play quarterback, and that was no longer going to happen at Oregon State. So instead of filling a multi-dimensional offensive role for the Beavers in 2016 and beyond, Collins has opted to transfer, OSU announced Friday. "I thank Oregon State for a..." January 23

  • Colorado releases QB Sheriron Jones, plans to return to Tennessee

    CBS Sports "It turns out that Sheriron Jones didn't really transfer to Colorado as much as he went on a vacation of sorts. Colorado announced Friday that Jones has been released from his scholarship, and that he's free to return to Tennessee. Jones announced that he was transferring from Tennessee to..." January 23

  • Former USC tight end Bryce Dixon arrested on carjacking charges

    Sporting News - NCAAF "The once promising college football career of tight end Bryce Dixon appears to be all but over after the former USC player found himself in trouble again Tuesday. According to TMZ, Dixon was arrested for carjacking near the USC campus and taken to a nearby jail where he was booked. Bail was..." January 20

  • USC re-hires running backs coach Tommie Robinson

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  • Stanford center Graham Shuler moves on from football

    USA Today "Graham Shuler, Stanford’s honorable mention all-Pac-12 center, is moving on from football. Shuler, a senior with one remaining year of eligibility, announced in an online letter to his school community that he has decided to pursue opportunities away from the game. His decision was supported by..." January 19

  • WSU Cougars RB Jamal Morrow cited for driving under influence

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