Pacific-12 RUMORS & NEWS

  • Falk's three TD passes carry Washington State past Arizona State

    The Sports Xchange "Washington State quarterback Luke Falk threw for three touchdowns, Robert Taylor returned a kick return 100 yards, and the Cougars held on to win their fifth consecutive game with a 37-32 victory at Arizona State on Saturday night in Tempe, Ariz. WSU (5-2, 4-0 Pac-12) remained tied with..." October 23

  • Joe Williams breaks Utah rushing record

    The Deseret News "Utah’s Joe Williams had himself quite a day against UCLA at the Rose Bowl on Saturday. In his second game back after retiring earlier this season, a move necessitated by injuries at the running back position, Williams broke the school record for single-game rushing yards with 332 yards on 29..." October 23

  • Cal outlasts Oregon 52-49 in OT

    The Sports Xchange "California linebacker Jordan Kunaszyk intercepted Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert in the second overtime to secure a 52-49 win for the Bears on Friday night in a Pac-12 gamel at Memorial Stadium in Berkeley, Calif. Cal took the lead on Matt Anderson's 28-yard field goal in the second..." October 22

  • Thompson's interceptions lift Colorado past Stanford

    The Sports Xchange "Safety Tedric Thompson intercepted two passes to key a dominating defensive effort as Colorado posted a 10-5 victory over Stanford to become bowl eligible for the first time since 2007 on Saturday in Palo Alto, Calif. Thompson's second pick and 30-yard return set up the Buffaloes (6-2, 4-1..." October 22

  • No. 19 Utah's Williams (332 yards, 4 TDs) runs over UCLA

    The Sports Xchange "Southern California is a great place for retirees. On Saturday, it was heaven for one un-retiree. Utah senior running back Joe Williams ran for a school-record 332 yards and four touchdowns two weeks after returning to the team as No. 19 Utah kept pace in the Pac-12 South with a 52-45..." October 22

  • Bucs' Winston says he second-guesses choice of FSU over Stanford

    Tampa Bay Times "On a conference call with San Francisco bay area writers Wednesday, Winston indicated he still second-guesses his decision to choose Florida State over Stanford when he was recruited by both out of high school. Winston's regret still exists despite him winning the 2013 Heisman Trophy and..." October 20

  • 4-Star WR KD Nixon Announces Commitment To Colorado

    College Spun "KD Nixon, a four-star wide receiver out of Texas who used to be committed to Tennessee, announced his commitment to the Colorado Buffaloes tonight. Colorado football is having a renaissance season, and Mike MacIntyre’s club just landed a huge blue-chip commitment. Nixon made his announcement..." October 19

  • Nike’s Phil Knight donates $500 million to University of Oregon

    Sportsnaut "They can’t say Nike co-founder Phil Knight isn’t into the philanthropy scene. With a net worth of over $24 billion, he’s been in on the ground floor of some amazing endeavors in the past. Knight and his wife, Penny, continued that tradition Monday night by donating $500 million to the..." October 18

  • Washington State's Mike Leach questions ASU's signal stealing

    Arizona Republic "For the second consecutive season, an opponent is questioning Arizona State’s integrity when it comes to signal stealing. Washington State coach Mike Leach – whose red-hot Cougars this week visit Sun Devil Stadium – didn’t come out and accuse ASU coach Todd Graham of illegal practices, but..." October 18

  • ACL tear ends Steven Mitchell Jr.'s season

    Los Angeles Times "SC receiver Steven Mitchell Jr. hobbled to an idling bus Saturday with his left knee cocooned in a bulky brace. A normal-looking cut on a punt return had buckled Mitchell’s left knee in the second quarter of USC’s 48-14 win over Arizona. He crumpled to the turf without touching a..." October 17

  • Lindsay rushes for 219 yards as Colorado defeats Arizona State

    The Sports Xchange "Phillip Lindsay rushed for 219 yards and three touchdowns to lead Colorado to a 40-16 victory over visiting Arizona State on Saturday night at Folsom Field in Boulder, Colo. Sefo Liufau completed 23 of 31 passes for 265 yards for Colorado (5-2, 3-1 Pac-12 Conference), which beat the Sun..." October 16

  • Stanford rallies past Notre Dame

    The Sports Xchange "SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Running back Bryce Love carried the ball 23 times for 129 yards and Stanford overcame a 10-point halftime deficit for a 17-10 win over Notre Dame on Saturday night. Cornerback Quenton Meeks added a 50-yard interception return for a touchdown for the Cardinal. Stanford..." October 16

  • Falk leads Washington State past UCLA

    The Sports Xchange "Luke Falk threw for 261 yards and ran for a touchdown, helping Washington State beat UCLA 27-21 on Saturday night at Martin Stadium in Pullman, Wash. Gerard Wicks rushed for two touchdowns for Washington State (4-2, 3-0 Pac-12), which remained tied with Washington for first place in the..." October 16

  • Stanford's Christian McCaffrey will not play against Notre Dame

    CBS Sports "According to a report from Irish Illustrated's Tim Prister, Stanford running back Christian McCaffrey will not play against Notre Dame on Saturday night. McCaffrey suffered an undisclosed injury during the second half of Stanford's loss to Washington State last week, and his status had been in..." October 15

  • Darnold, Smith-Schuster propel USC in rout of Arizona

    The Sports Xchange "Quarterback Sam Darnold threw for five touchdowns - including three to receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster - and USC coasted to a 48-14 victory at Arizona in a Pac-12 game on Saturday. Darnold threw four scoring passes in the first half, two of which came after Wildcats' turnovers set up the..." October 15

  • Williams rushes No. 21 Utah past Oregon State

    The Sports Xchange "CORVALLIS, Ore. -- Joe Williams answered the call on Monday so he'd have a chance to answer the bell come Saturday. Williams rushed for 179 yards and one touchdown as No. 21 Utah survived a late Oregon State comeback for a 19-14 victory at Reser Stadium. Utah coach Kyle Whittingham..." October 15

  • UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen still uncertain for road game against Washington State

    Los Angeles Times "Josh Rosen walked onto the intramural fields on UCLA’s campus Wednesday morning and headed directly to the sideline area where injured players gather to stretch. The question was whether the hopes of the Bruins went with him. Officially, there was no word on the injured quarterback’s status..." October 13

  • Utah Athletics Utah signs 10-year, $65M extension with Under Armour

    KSL "The University of Utah announced Thursday that it has signed an extension with Under Armour, making it the “official outfitter of Utah” athletics for the next 10 years. The 10-year contract is valued at $65 million dollars and will begin July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2027. “We’re thrilled to..." October 13

  • Washington State's Tago charged with 2nd-degree robbery, 4th-degree assault

    ESPN "Washington State sophomore linebacker Logan Tago has been charged with second-degree felony robbery and fourth-degree assault, a misdemeanor, stemming from a June incident. Whitman County Prosecutor Denis Tracy made the announcement Monday. Washington State coach Mike Leach told the media he..." October 11

  • Arizona's Cody Ippolito suffers third season-ending knee injury of career

    Today's U "Arizona middle linebacker Cody Ippolito suffered a torn ACL for the third time and will miss the rest of the Wildcats’ season, according to Anthony Gimino of Ippolito injured his knee in Arizona’s loss to Utah on Saturday. The 22-year-old missed the entire 2013 and 2015..." October 11

  • Arizona State's Brady White will miss rest of season due to right foot injury

    Arizona Republic "Arizona State coach Todd Graham announced Monday that redshirt-freshman quarterback Brady White suffered a season-ending right foot injury in last week's win over UCLA, possibly putting the Sun Devils in a difficult situation for Saturday's first-place showdown at Colorado. "My heart goes out..." October 11

  • Utah's Shyne out for season with knee injury

    ESPN "The injuries keep piling up for No. 21 Utah, which announced Monday morning that running back Armand Shyne would miss the rest of the season with an unspecified leg injury. Shyne, Utah's leading rusher with 373 yards on 78 carries and four touchdowns, went down in the fourth quarter of the..." October 11

  • No. 5 Washington trounces Oregon 70--21

    The Sports Xchange "EUGENE, Ore. -- Fifth-ranked Washington took out 12 years of frustration on Oregon. Sophomore quarterback Jake Browning accounted for eight touchdowns as the Huskies snapped a 12-game losing streak to Oregon with a 70-21 win on Saturday evening at Autzen Stadium. Washington beat the Ducks..." October 09

  • Oregon State outlasts Cal in overtime 47-44

    The Sports Xchange "Quarterback Darell Garretson ran 16 yards for a touchdown in overtime to give Oregon State a 47-44 victory over California on Saturday night before 34,066 at Reser Stadium in Corvallis, Ore. Cal had the ball first in overtime and Matt Anderson kicked a 39-yard field to give the Golden Bears..." October 09

  • Arizona State holds on for 23-20 win over UCLA

    The Sports Xchange "Injuries to both starting quarterbacks became a significant factor in Arizona State's 23-20 victory over UCLA on Saturday night in a Pac-12 game in Tempe, Ariz. UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen and Arizona State's Brady White gave way to backups because of injuries. White was playing in place..." October 09

  • Washington State stuns No. 15 Stanford

    The Sports Xchange "STANFORD, Calif. -- The suppositions of September have given way to an unexpected reality in October in the Pac-12. Washington State ended an eight-game losing streak to Stanford and turned the Pac-12 race upside down by upsetting the 15th-ranked Cardinal 42-16 on Saturday night at Stanford..." October 09

  • No. 24 Utah rallies for 36-23 victory

    The Sports Xchange "SALT LAKE CITY -- Utah did everything possible in digging an early hole for itself against Arizona. The No. 24 Utes let the Wildcats turn their first play from scrimmage into a touchdown and short circuited several drives with repeated false start penalties. It took some huge defensive plays..." October 09

  • UCLA’s Josh Rosen leaves with leg injury

    Today's U "UCLA Bruins quarterback Josh Rosen left Saturday’s game against the Arizona State Sun Devils with what appeared to be a right leg injury. Rosen was forced from the game following a second quarter sack and has since been moved to the trainer’s table for further evaluation, before eventually being..." October 09

  • ASU kicker Zane Gonzalez breaks NCAA field goal record

    Arizona Sports "Arizona State kicker Zane Gonzalez broke the NCAA record for field goals in a career with his 89th successful attempt and third of the game, a 46-yard attempt in the third quarter of ASU’s game against UCLA on Saturday at Sun Devil Stadium. Gonzalez broke Dustin Hopkins’ mark of 88, set at..." October 09

  • Darnold leads USC past No. 21 Colorado

    The Sports Xchange "It's not often that a coach will rave about a player who failed to score a touchdown -- on purpose. But USC wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster, with nothing but green grass ahead of him, went down to the turf with less than two minutes left, allowing the Trojans to safely run out the clock..." October 08

  • Police shoot man with machete inside Colorado football building

    Fox Sports "A man carrying a machete entered Colorado's Champions Center on Wednesday morning and was shot by the police after a confrontation in a stairwell. The man was pronounced dead at the scene. Thankfully, nobody else was injured. The Champions Center is located near the northeast corner of the..." October 06

  • Pac-12 reprimands UCLA's Jim Mora for calling officiating 'criminal'

    ESPN "UCLA coach Jim Mora was issued a public reprimand by the Pac-12 after he referred to the officiating as "criminal" in a postgame radio interview following the Bruins' win against Arizona on Saturday. Mora received a 15-yard penalty for disputing a non-call by the officials late in the first..." October 05

  • Former UCLA football captain sues NCAA and Pac-12 over concussions

    Los Angeles Times "Former UCLA football captain sued the NCAA and Pac-12 over concussions on Tuesday in a case that seeks to include every Bruins football player from 1959 to 2010. Tom Sullivan, who played 35 games as a defensive back from 1979 to 1982, alleged in the class action lawsuit filed in U.S. District..." October 05

  • Oregon is expected to start true freshman QB Justin Herbert vs. Washington,

    247 Sports "For fans continuing to clamor for a quarterback change, you just might get your wish this weekend. Several sources close to the Oregon program indicate the Ducks might be making the change this weekend. Last weekend quarterback Justin Herbert came in for late relief of Dakota Prukop and led the..." October 04

  • Washington State runs all over Oregon

    The Sports Xchange "Washington State's "Air Raid" offense went to the ground to score six rushing touchdowns in a 51-33 win over Oregon on Saturday night at Martin Stadium in Pullman, Wash. Washington State quarterback Luke Falk threw for 371 yards while the Cougars (2-2) finished with 280 yards on the..." October 02

  • Darnold leads USC past Arizona State

    The Sports Xchange "Sam Darnold passed for 352 yards and threw three touchdown passes to JuJu Smith-Schuster as the USC Trojans defeated the Arizona State Sun Devils 41-20 on Saturday night at Memorial Coliseum. Smith-Schuster had seven catches for 123 yards and Justin Davis rushed 14 times for 123 yards and a..." October 02

  • Rosen leads UCLA past Arizona 45-24

    The Sports Xchange "Quarterback Josh Rosen passed for 350 yards and accounted for four touchdowns, UCLA scored on every possession after halftime and the Bruins handled injury-riddled Arizona 45-24 on Saturday night in Pasadena, Calif. Rosen threw three touchdown passes and scored on a 1-yard keeper early in..." October 02

  • Johnny Ragin leaves Oregon Ducks game with leg injury

    Oregonian "Oregon linebacker Johnny Ragin III has left Saturday's game against Washington State with a left leg injury. Ragin was injured early in the second half, remained on the field for several minutes and was not able to place any weight on his left leg as he was helped off the field." October 02

  • Arizona State's Manny Wilkins needs help to get to the locker room before halftime

    Arizona Sports "Arizona State didn’t play a good first half of football at USC, and it got a lot worse just before halftime when the Sun Devils’ starting quarterback went down with an injury. Manny Wilkins got sacked with 2:24 left in the second quarter and immediately reached for his lower left leg.. Trainers..." October 02

  • Fields fuels Colorado to rout of Oregon State

    The Sports Xchange "Colorado receiver Shay Fields caught three touchdown passes, the defense kept Oregon State out of the end zone and the Buffaloes posted their biggest Pac-12 victory with a 47-6 win Saturday in Boulder, Colo. The Buffaloes (4-1 overall, 2-0 Pac-12) are off to their best start since joining..." October 01

  • California holds off No. 18 Utah

    The Sports Xchange "BERKELEY, Calif. -- California's defense, which is one of the worst in the nation statistically, came up with a big goal-line stand in the closing seconds to beat No. 18 Utah 28-23 Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium. The Bears (3-2, 1-1) stopped the Utes (4-1, 1-1) six times inside the..." October 01

  • Former USC linebacker Lamar Dawson sues NCAA and Pac-12

    Los Angeles Times "Former USC linebacker Lamar Dawson sued the NCAA and Pac-12 on Monday, alleging the organizations violated state and federal laws governing wages and hours as “joint employers” of Division I football players. Filed in U.S. District Court in San Francisco, the class-action lawsuit accused the..." September 29

  • Arizona OL Zach Hemmila died from toxic mix of prescription meds, autopsy shows

    Arizona Daily Star "Arizona offensive lineman Zach Hemmila’s death last month resulted from the combined toxic effects of two prescription drugs, according to an autopsy report issued by the Pima County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday. The drugs found in his system were oxymorphone, an opiate painkiller, and..." September 28

  • Oregon lands more speed with Jaylon Redd commitment

    Rivals "From the beginning of Jaylon Redd’s recruitment, Oregon was a serious contender because he liked so much about the program. The four-star especially appreciated how the coaching staff talked about utilizing him on the field, comparing him to Charles Nelson and saying he could be a threat on..." September 26

  • Stanford rallies to beat UCLA for ninth straight time

    The Sports Xchange "Stanford coach David Shaw put into perspective the No. 7 Cardinal's dramatic 22-13 comeback victory over host UCLA on Saturday night. "Pressure is imagined," said Shaw, whose team achieved its ninth straight win over the Bruins. "It's not a real thing. We all know that." The Cardinal..." September 25

  • Late burst lifts Arizona State over Cal

    The Sports Xchange "TEMPE, Ariz. -- Manny Wilkins threw for 290 yards and a touchdown and rushed for three touchdowns, and Arizona State scored 10 points off two late turnovers for a 51-41 victory over California in the Pac-12 opener for both on Saturday night at Sun Devil Stadium. Wilkins threw a 30-yard..." September 25

  • No. 9 Huskies survive Wildcats in overtime

    The Sports Xchange "TUCSON, Ariz. -- Washington hadn't been tested through one of the easiest non-conference schedules in the country for a major-conference team. The ninth-ranked Huskies, though, got all they could handle Saturday night. Washington (4-0) couldn't put away Arizona in the second half and needed..." September 25

  • No. 24 Utah rallies to beat USC

    The Sports Xchange "SALT LAKE CITY -- Utah had no intention of playing for overtime when it trailed by three points on its final drive against USC on Friday. The 24th-ranked Utes did everything they could to deliver a knockout punch. They landed critical blows on a pair of fourth-down conversions to keep the..." September 24

  • Huskies get commitment from Juanita running back Salvon Ahmed

    Seattle Times "Juanita High School running back Salvon Ahmed announced his commitment to the Huskies on Friday, choosing Washington over Oregon, Stanford, USC and Notre Dame. Scout lists the 6-foot, 186-pound Ahmed as a four-star athlete and the 174th-ranked recruit in the nation." September 24

  • McNichols leads Boise State past Oregon State

    The Sports Xchange "Jeremy McNichols ran for three touchdowns and caught a pass for a fourth score, all in the first half, as Boise State held on for a 38-24 victory over Oregon State on Saturday in front at Reser Stadium in Corvallis, Ore. McNichols finished with a career-high 208 rushing yards including a..." September 24

  • Oregon will wear uniforms that will make them look like humongous ducks

    USA Today "The University of Oregon Ducks will wear a never-before-seen uniform combination this Saturday against Colorado, a combo I am calling “Giant Duck Men.” They will wear orange socks and orange cleats, along with white pants and green jerseys. They’re going to look like humongous ducks. " September 22

  • USC freshman offensive tackle E.J. Price to transfer

    Today's U "USC head football coach Clay Helton announced Tuesday that offensive tackle E.J. Price will be transferring from the school. This comes after rumors surfaced that Price and Helton got into an altercation during halftime of the Trojans’ loss to Stanford on Saturday. Helton denied such..." September 22

  • USC coach Clay Helton shoots down wild EJ Price rumor

    Inside Socal "Offensive tackle E.J. Price has disappeared from the football program, which I mentioned last night. I have checked and no one knows anything about any alleged incident with Clay Helton, which some websites reported." September 21

  • Sam Darnold in, Max Browne out as USC starting quarterback

    Los Angeles Times "he idea nestled into Clay Helton’s mind somewhere over the Central Coast, as USC flew back from Stanford on Saturday evening. USC’s offense had been lurching and mostly toothless. He decided then that a review was in order. Helton’s Sunday was consumed by film from USC’s first three games. He..." September 20

  • Osa Masina, Don Hill removed from USC roster amid sexual assault scandal

    USA Today "Suspended Southern California football players Osa Masina and Don Hill were officially removed from the team's roster on Tuesday. Their names appeared on the roster Monday. Trojans coach Clay Helton announced their suspension amid a sexual assault investigation last week. Masina, a linebacker,..." September 20

  • No. 8 Washington starts fast, finishes with 41-3 win

    The Sports Xchange "Eighth-ranked Washington did not need long to remove the suspense from Saturday night's nonconference match-up with Portland State at Seattle. Quarterback Jake Browning threw four touchdown passes as the Huskies raced to an early 28-point lead and rolled to a 41-3 victory over the FCS..." September 18

  • McCaffrey leads No. 7 Stanford past USC

    The Sports Xchange "STANFORD, Calif. -- The Stanford Cardinal and running back Christian McCaffrey picked up Saturday night where they left off last season when they beat USC in the Pac-12 Championship Game. McCaffrey had 260 all-purpose yards and No. 7 ranked Stanford opened Pac-12 play with a 27-10 victory..." September 18

  • UCLA comes away from BYU with 17-14 win

    The Sports Xchange "Sophomore quarterback Josh Rosen threw for 307 yards and two touchdowns to help UCLA overcome a sluggish offensive start and beat BYU 17-14 on Saturday night in Provo, Utah. Rosen got a big assist from the UCLA defense, which stymied BYU for the bulk of four quarters. The Bruins (2-1) held..." September 18

  • Utah sacks San Jose State

    The Sports Xchange "Utah's defense compiled 10 sacks, with defensive ends Hunter Dimick and Filipo Mokofisi each producing a team-best two, in the Utes' 34-17 victory at San Jose State on Saturday night. The Utes (3-0) held the Spartans (1-2) to 305 yards of total offense, including 56 yards rushing. The 10..." September 18

  • Dawkins, Taylor help carry Arizona past Hawaii

    The Sports Xchange "Quarterback Brandon Dawkins accounted for four touchdowns, true freshman running back J.J. Taylor ran for 168 yards and Arizona beat Hawaii 47-28 on Saturday night in Tucson, Ariz. Dawkins, a sophomore, completed 16 of 21 passes for 235 yards and one touchdown in his second career start. He..." September 18

  • Arizona State avoids upset at Texas-San Antonio

    The Sports Xchange "Arizona State running back Kalen Ballage scored the winning points on a direct snap with 3:15 left, Zane Gonzalez kicked two 54-yard field goals and the Sun Devils rallied to beat Texas-San Antonio 32-28 on Friday night at the Alamodome in San Antonio. Arizona State (3-0) scored the final 20..." September 17

  • Second woman alleges former Arizona RB assaulted her

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Another woman has stepped forward with allegations that former Arizona running back Orlando Bradford assaulted her, USA Today reported. Bradford, a sophomore, now has four more felony charges on top of the seven he faces from allegedly kidnapping and assaulting a different woman. The second..." September 17

  • Falk fuels Washington State in rout of Idaho

    The Sports Xchange "Junior quarterback Luke Falk threw three touchdown passes as Washington State overcame a slow start to rout Idaho 56-6 on Saturday in Pullman, Wash. Falk (21 of 36, 226 yards) connected with wide receivers Gabe Marks, Robert Lewis and Kyle Sweet for touchdowns while increasing his career..." September 17

  • No. 4 Michigan rallies to knock off Colorado

    The Sports Xchange "ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- A little adversity didn't hurt No. 4 Michigan as it wrapped up its non-conference schedule. The Wolverines won their first two games by a combined 97 points but found themselves staring at a 14-point deficit against Colorado on Saturday. With a flurry of big plays, plus..." September 17

  • Oregon State rolls past Idaho State

    The Sports Xchange "Oregon State jumped out to an early lead and its defense came up with five turnovers in a 37-7 victory over Idaho State on Saturday in front of 38,052 at Reser Stadium in Corvallis, Ore. It was Oregon State's first victory since Sept. 19, 2015 and snapped a 10-game losing streak for the..." September 17

  • UCLA assistant Adrian Klemm gets show-cause penalty for NCAA violations

    USA Today "The NCAA penalized UCLA assistant football coach Adrian Klemm with a two-year show-cause order on Friday for arranging training services and housing for two recruits worth $2,400 that he paid for outside of NCAA rules. The case was resolved through the NCAA’s summary disposition process and did..." September 16

  • WSU Cougars nose tackle Robert Barber expelled for role in summer party assault

    Seattle Times "Washington State’s senior nose tackle Robert Barber has been expelled from school for his role in a fight that occurred at an off-campus party on July 23, a source close to the situation confirmed to The Seattle Times on Thursday. His expulsion comes as a result of an investigation and hearing..." September 16

  • NCAA: Stanford boosters gave ex-WR Devon Cajuste $3,500 in impermissible benefits

    College Football Talk "Known across the country for its football program’s squeaky-clean image, Stanford has seen that reputation take a slight hit. The NCAA announced Thursday afternoon that “two boosters impermissibly provided nearly $3,500 in extra benefits to a football student-athlete, including an impermissible..." September 16

  • AD Bill Moos backs Mike Leach, will meet with Pullman police Thursday

    ESPN "Washington State president Kirk Schulz and athletic director Bill Moos will meet with the chief of the Pullman Police Department to discuss the growing rift between the football program and those who police the college town, Moos told ESPN on Wednesday. Schulz confirmed in a tweet Wednesday..." September 15

  • Jim Harbaugh wasn't amused by Colorado's depth chart, no decision on Jourdan Lewis

    Michigan Live "Jim Harbaugh did not find Colorado's fake depth chart amusing. In fact, he's not real big on any public depth charts. Earlier this week, Colorado circulated a fake version of its depth chart for Saturday's game against No. 4 Michigan. The sheet had names like Elmer Fudd and Eric Cartman on..." September 15

  • Seven-felony domestic violence arrest leads to dismissal of Arizona player

    CBS Sports "Arizona back-up running back Orlando Bradford has been dismissed from the team following his arrest on seven felony charges. "Earlier [Wednesday], we were made aware that Orlando Bradford had been arrested," said Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez in a statement. "As a result of his actions, he has..." September 15

  • USC's Osa Masina Charged with Rape, Forcible Sodomy

    TMZ "USC linebacker Osa Masina has been charged with 1 count of rape in Utah ... stemming from an alleged incident back in July ... this according to the Cottonwood Heights PD. TMZ Sports broke the story ... a 19-year-old woman claims she was boozing and using marijuana with Masina in Utah on July..." September 15

  • Mike Leach accuses Pullman police, media of targeting Washington State football players

    ESPN "In the wake of three incidents involving alleged assaults by Washington State football players, head coach Mike Leach fired back Tuesday evening, intimating that the Pullman Police Department might be unfairly targeting football players. Leach said that in all of the incidents, other people..." September 14

  • Bowl projections: Stanford moves into Playoff spot as Clemson falls back

    USA Today "Stanford was the big winner in the latest USA TODAY Sports bowl projections even though the Cardinal didn't take the field last weekend. A struggling effort by Clemson against Troy pushed the Tigers out of the College Football Playoff. Their spot was taken by Stanford, which was idle before a..." September 14

  • NFL Scout Calls JuJu Smith-Schuster 'Most Overrated Player in CFB'

    Bleacher Report "Will USC's offensive struggles cost JuJu Smith-Schuster come the NFL draft? Where do scouts think he will be drafted? Will he be able to rebound? Watch the video above as Bleacher Report NFL Draft Analyst Matt Miller discusses Smith-Schuster." September 13

  • Colorado jabs Michigan with parody depth chart

    Sportsnaut "Michigan is hosting Colorado in Week 3. It’s not going to be a friendly battle, but the Buffaloes are having a bit of fun before the action commences. You see, Michigan does not release a depth chart. So with that in mind, Colorado released a hilarious parody depth chart for the upcoming..." September 13

  • Watch Mike Leach rip apart his own team with epic rant

    Fox Sports "There hasn't been a more disappointing team in all of college football this year than the Washington State Cougars. A team that was projected by some as a Pac-12 North darkhorse is now 0-2, with losses to FCS foe Eastern Washington and Boise State on Saturday. The worst part is that it came..." September 13

  • WSU starting linebacker Logan Tago arrested for felony assault and robbery

    The Spokesman Review "As if the Washington State Cougars needed more to worry about this week, the team suffered another setback on Monday when rush linebacker Logan Tago was arrested for second degree assault and second degree robbery, both felonies. If Tago is guilty, it likely means the end of his WSU football..." September 13

  • USC's Osa Masina, Don Hill suspended from all team activities

    ESPN "USC football players Osa Masina and Don Hill will no longer take part in football-related activities as they remain under investigation for sexual assault, coach Clay Helton announced Tuesday. "Under the university's further guidance, it has been decided that they have been suspended from..." September 13

  • Utah stops two-point conversion, upends BYU 20-19

    The Sports Xchange "SALT LAKE CITY -- Senior quarterback Taysom Hill scored on a 7-yard run with 18 seconds left but was stopped on a two-point conversion run, allowing Utah to escape with a 20-19 win over BYU on Saturday night. Troy Williams threw for 194 yards and a touchdown but also had three interceptions..." September 11

  • Rosen leads Bruins past Rebels

    The Sports Xchange "Quarterback Josh Rosen passed for 267 yards, threw one touchdown pass and ran for another score to lead UCLA to a 42-21 victory over visiting UNLV on Saturday at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. Soso Jamabo rushed for 90 yards on 11 carries for UCLA (1-1), which rebounded from a 31-24 loss..." September 11

  • Boise State holds off Washington State

    The Sports Xchange "Junior running back Jeremy Nichols rushed for 116 yards and two touchdowns as Boise State posted a 31-28 victory over Washington State on Saturday night in a nonconference game in Boise, Idaho. Sophomore quarterback Brett Rypien passed for 299 yards and one touchdown for the Broncos (2-0),..." September 11

  • Ballage ties NCAA record in Arizona State win

    The Sports Xchange "Kalen Ballage tied an NCAA record with eight touchdowns to lead Arizona State to a 68-55 victory over visiting Texas Tech in a shootout Saturday night at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Ariz. Ballage ran for 137 yards and seven touchdowns and also hauled in a 39-yard touchdown pass for Arizona..." September 11

  • Pumphrey runs for 281 yards; San Diego State upends Cal

    The Sports Xchange "San Diego State running back Donnel Pumphrey rushed for 281 yards to lead the Aztecs to a 45-40 victory over California 45-40 on Saturday night in San Diego in a game with 1,067 yards of total offense for both teams. The Golden Bears threatened after recovering an onside kick with 56 seconds..." September 11

  • Arizona gets past Grambling 31-21

    The Sports Xchange "Quarterback Brandon Dawkins accounted for 339 total yards in his first career start and Arizona used four consecutive Grambling State turnovers in the second half to rally for a 31-21 win on Saturday night in Tucson, Ariz. Arizona (1-1) trailed the Tigers of the Football Championship..." September 11

  • USC gives Helton first victory

    The Sports Xchange "USC quarterbacks threw four touchdown passes, Adoree' Jackson returned a punt for a touchdown and the Trojans gave Clay Helton his first win as a full-time head coach, beating Utah State 45-7 in Los Angeles on Saturday. The Trojans (1-1) had lost three consecutive games, including last..." September 10

  • Liufau leads Colorado's rout of Idaho State

    The Sports Xchange "Senior quarterback Sefo Liufau threw for two scores and ran for another in less than a half of work Saturday, and Colorado scored five second-quarter touchdowns in its 56-7 defeat of Idaho State in Boulder, Colo. Colorado is 2-0 for the first time since 2013, and it's receiving votes in the..." September 10

  • QB Browning leads No. 8 Washington past Idaho

    The Sports Xchange "Washington dominated Idaho on both sides of the ball on Saturday, winning 59-14 in a game in which the host No. 8 Huskies sent the Vandals to "death row" early, according to defensive tackle Vita Vea. "We actually have a thing that we call 'Death Row,'" Vea said after the game, played in..." September 10

  • Knee injury could sideline starting USC lineman Toa Lobendahn for Week 2, if not longer

    College Football Talk "To say that USC’s 2016 season has gotten off to a resounding thud would be an understatement. Embarrassed by Alabama in the opener, the Trojans piled on themselves with a shameful display of groin-stomping during the course of the woodshedding. At practice earlier this week, JuJu..." September 08

  • USC's anger boils over, as JuJu Smith-Schuster fights, then briefly leaves field

    Los Angeles Times "The first punch cut through the air unobstructed, so JuJu Smith-Schuster reared back and launched another. USC had been stewing since the start of Tuesday’s practice. Much of the energy was productive. But now it was convulsing into hostility. A gratuitous celebration after a pass breakup..." September 07

  • Two USC Trojans under investigation for rape won’t play in Week 2

    College Football Talk "An off-field situation involving a pair of USC football players will continue on into Week 2. Head coach Clay Helton confirmed Tuesday that linebackers Osa Masina and Don Hill will not play in Saturday’s game against Utah State. Both players are under investigation in California for allegedly..." September 07

  • Eastern Washington rallies to upset Washington State

    The Sports Xchange "Sophomore quarterback Gage Gubrud threw five touchdowns in his first career start and wide receiver Cooper Kupp caught three TD passes to become the all-time FCS leader as Eastern Washington upset Washington State 45-42 on Saturday in Pullman, Wash. Gubrud was 34 of 40 for 474 yards and..." September 04

  • Arizona State pulls away from Northern Arizona

    The Sports Xchange "Arizona State sophomore quarterback Manny Wilkins passed for 180 yards and rushed for 89 yards and a touchdown in his first career start, and the Sun Devils recorded a 44-13 victory over Northern Arizona in the season opener for both teams Saturday in Tempe, Ariz. Halfback Demario Richard..." September 04

  • BYU slips past Arizona on last-minute field goal

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  • Alabama considering ex-USC coach Steve Sarkisian for assistant role

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  • Colorado rolls over Colorado State

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  • Ross scores 3 TDs as No. 14 Washington sprints past Rutgers

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  • Aggies edge No. 16 UCLA in overtime

    The Sports Xchange "COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Trevor Knight probably experienced more than anyone could have expected in his Texas A&M debut Saturday afternoon. Luckily for the Aggies, his experience is a plus. The graduate transfer quarterback rode the emotional roller coaster in Texas A&M's 31-24..." September 03

  • Prukop's four TDs carry No. 24 Oregon

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  • USC LB Osa Masina accused of raping woman twice, Snapchatting it to ex-boyfriend

    Larry Brown Sports "USC linebacker Osa Masina was suspended indefinitely by the program on Saturday for a violation of team rules and will miss this week’s season opener against Alabama as he is investigated for two separate accusations of sexual assault by the same woman. TMZ Sports obtained the search warrant..." September 02

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