Southeastern RUMORS & NEWS

  • Tunsil, stepfather agree to drop domestic violence charges

    The Clarion-Ledger "Domestic violence charges against both Ole Miss left tackle Laremy Tunsil and his stepfather are likely to be dropped on Monday. Tunsil's attorney, Steven Farese, told The Clarion-Ledger on Friday that both attorneys mutually agreed to have their clients sign dismissal forms earlier in the..." August 01

  • No charges filed against LSU QB Anthony Jennings, two other Tigers, DA says

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "No charges will be filed against LSU quarterback Anthony Jennings and two other players arrested for unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling East Baton Rouge Parish District Attorney Hillar Moore III said Friday. Jennings, defensive lineman Maquedius Bain and defensive back Dwayne Thomas..." August 01

  • Victim asks for charges against LSU players to be dropped

    CBS Sports "The LSU student at the center of an on-campus break-in involving three LSU football players has asked that the charges against the players be dropped. LSU quarterback Anthony Jennings, defensive lineman Maquedius Bain and defensive back Dwayne Thomas were arrested in June and charged with..." July 30

  • Nick Saban was 'not interested' in Texas job and 'never will be'

    Tuscaloosa News "Nick Saban coaches at Alabama. He traveled to Northwest Florida to speak to a booster club on Tuesday night. Talk of Saban and Texas can cross state lines freely. Saban offered slight detail about his agent Jimmy Sexton's conversations with Texas, saying Sexton called him “about 15 times” to..." July 29

  • Receiver Marquis McClain commits to Auburn

    Alabama "Auburn has picked up a commitment from Marquis McClain, a wide receiver from Crestview, Fla. McClain, a standout at Crestview High School, was visiting Auburn this weekend when he gave his verbal commitment, according to 247Sports." July 27

  • After failing to gain admission at Wisconsin, teams scramble for four-star RB

    Fox Sports - College Football "Unfortunately for Jordan Stevenson, his college football career has gotten off to a rocky start as he failed to qualify at Wisconsin and has been granted his release from the school. While Stevenson may not get to attend his first choice of schools, he now has several excellent suitors to choose..." July 27

  • Jocquez Bruce leaves Tennessee football program

    Knoxville News Sentinel "Tennessee freshman wide receiver Jocquez Bruce is leaving the football program. The former South-Doyle High School standout, who agreed to blueshirt at UT in February, announced his departure in a statement provided to the News Sentinel on Friday. “I would like to announce that I will no..." July 27

  • Report: Florida DT Jay-nard Bostick is leaving The Swamp

    College Football Talk "Florida’s defense is expected to be pretty good this season, but it will be without defensive tackle Jay-nard Bostwick. Bostwick, a redshirt sophomore, has been granted a release from his scholarship by the Gators and new head coach Jim McElwain, according to a report from GatorBait.net. This..." July 25

  • Texas AD Steve Patterson: We never made an offer to Nick Saban

    Larry Brown Sports "About two years ago, Nick Saban reportedly gave serious thought to coaching at Texas before signing a lucrative extension with Alabama. What was the offer from the Longhorns that had him thinking? According to Texas athletic director Steve Patterson, there wasn’t one. In a new book about..." July 23

  • Tennessee football player Charles Mosley arrested for DUI, speeding

    Knoxville News Sentinel "Tennessee redshirt freshman lineman Charles Mosley was arrested early Wednesday morning for first-offense DUI and speeding, according to an arrest warrant. Mosley, 18, was stopped by Tennessee Highway Patrol at 1:51 a.m. Wednesday on Interstate 40 for allegedly traveling 79 mph in a 55 mph..." July 23

  • Spurrier reiterates he’s not retiring in rant

    USA Today "It was not so much a press conference as it was a manifesto; a full accounting of his accomplishments, his health and his perceived enemies squeezed into 10 minutes of fury that made one of the game's great coaches and biggest characters look smaller than he ever should be. Steve Spurrier has..." July 23

  • Vanderbilt’s Jordan Cunningham to transfer to North Carolina

    Tennessean "Former Vanderbilt receiver Jordan Cunningham is transferring to North Carolina. Cunningham caught 19 passes for 150 yards in two seasons with Vanderbilt. He took a leave of absence in September for personal reasons, and in May said on Twitter that he was transferring to Cincinnati." July 23

  • Ex-Florida QB Jeff Driskel named starter at Louisiana Tech

    CBS Sports "Jeff Driskel, the starting quarterback in 21 games for Florida over the last three seasons, will be Louisiana Tech's starter under center this fall. Driskel was picked by Bulldogs coach Skip Holtz as one of the player representatives for Conference USA media days and earlier this week confirmed..." July 22

  • New book details Nick Saban’s (agent’s) flirtation with Texas

    College Football Talk "I promise, this will be the last time I make reference to the old Nick Saban-to-Texas speculation. Probably. During the 2013 season, it was an open secret that Texas, even as Mack Brown was technically in place as head coach, was in lust with Nick Saban, with the Alabama coach’s agent, Jimmy..." July 22

  • Spurrier, Sumlin make friendly wager on defensive improvement

    CBS Sports "However you slice it, the two worst defenses in the SEC last season played at Texas A&M and South Carolina. For the season, they ranked 13th and 14th in the league in yards allowed per-play; in SEC play, they ranked 14th and 13th. Overall, the Gamecocks were 13th in the SEC in yards per-pass..." July 22

  • Charlie Strong posted Bret Bielema ‘borderline erotic’ comment in locker room

    Larry Brown Sports "Bret Bielema gave Texas some bulletin board material with his “borderline erotic” comment made last week. Speaking at SEC Media Days, the Arkansas coach boasted that beating the Longhorns in the Texas Bowl and kneeling at the goal line gave him a “borderline erotic” feeling. " July 22

  • CB David Johnson to transfer from football program

    Columbia Daily Tribune "Missouri senior cornerback David Johnson has decided to transfer from the football program, team spokesman Chad Moller said Tuesday. Johnson, a 5-foot-11, 195-pound senior, is finishing up his degree and is on schedule to graduate at the end of the summer semester. He had eight solo tackles in..." July 22

  • Spurrier on discipline for marijuana: 'three pots and you're finished'

    CBS Sports "South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier went through the ESPN car wash on Tuesday, as have all the SEC coaches this week, and in the morning he joined Mike and Mike for a 10-minute radio spot. Spurrier spoke on the South Carolina quarterback competition and changes to the SEC since he started..." July 21

  • Former Auburn linebacker Anthony Swain reportedly transferring to Southern Miss

    Alabama "Former Auburn linebacker Anthony Swain is headed to Southern Miss as a graduate transfer, according to multiple reports. Swain had 18 tackles with three for loss and one sack while appearing in all 13 games with one start for Auburn last season. A Southern Miss spokesman was unable to..." July 21

  • Gary Pinkel says Notre Dame should join conference or miss playoffs

    Sporting News - NCAAF "As long as Notre Dame remains an independent, it shouldn't be part of the playoff discussion. At least that's what Missouri coach Gary Pinkel said Monday as SEC coaches visited ESPN's campus in Bristol, Conn., and appeared on TV and radio throughout the day." July 20

  • UK lands Minnesota linebacker transfer

    Louisville Courier-Journal "What is expected to be a big recruiting weekend for Kentucky football got off to a strong start with the announcement of Minnesota linebacker De'Niro Laster that he'll transfer to play for the Wildcats. The 6-foot-4, 226-pound Cleveland, Ohio, native tweeted a picture of himself in a UK uniform..." July 20

  • Nick Saban responds to Plaxico Burress' comments

    CBS Sports "Nick Saban took a lot of flak last week following his comments about draft grades being a distraction to his players before their Sugar Bowl loss to Ohio State, including from one of his former players, Plaxico Burress. Following the comments Burress took to his Twitter account. Burress tweeted..." July 20

  • Les Miles 'would've loved' it if Braxton Miller transferred to LSU

    CBS Sports "As we inch closer to the 2015 season there are still plenty of questions surrounding LSU's starting quarterback, but there's at least one answer that Les Miles would have like to already have. Miles was on ESPN Monday morning, and during an interview he was asked a question about graduate..." July 20

  • Ole Miss freshman Swinney to have surgery on stress fracture

    The Clarion-Ledger "Ole Miss' depth at running back potentially took a hit on Thursday night. Freshman Eric Swinney has a stress fracture in his leg that will require surgery, an Ole Miss spokesperson confirmed to The Clarion-Ledger. Swinney, a native of Tyrone, Georgia, was ranked as the 13th best running back..." July 18

  • Texas A&M running back Jay Bradford has undisclosed ‘medical condition’

    Houston Chronicle "Texas A&M was counting on freshman Jay Bradford of Splendora to provide a quick change-of-pace at running back this season, but that suddenly appears in doubt because of a mysterious health issue with Bradford. Rumors about Bradford’s health began appearing earlier in the week, and A&M coach..." July 17

  • Feds investigate University of Tennessee over sexual violence allegations

    Sporting News - NCAAF "The U.S. Department of Education has launched an investigation into sexual violence at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, according to The Tennessean. The investigation began after an individual filed a complaint with the federal government regarding the university’s response to a report of..." July 17

  • SEC voters pick Auburn to win conference, Georgia, Alabama to win divisions

    ESPN "For the first time in more than two decades, the voters at SEC media days weren't unified on a divisional champion and overall champion. Georgia was the clear favorite among the voting media to win the East, and Alabama narrowly was chosen to win the West. The Auburn Tigers, however, were the..." July 16

  • Bret Bielema looks into every aspect of recruits, including social media

    ESPN "Going back to the words of his former boss at Iowa, Hayden Fry, Arkansas coach Bret Bielema told reporters at SEC media days on Wednesday that you "recruit your own problems." That means looking into every angle of a prospect, he said, including his social media presence. "If you have a social..." July 16

  • Les Miles confident suspended players, including Anthony Jennings, will return

    College Football Talk "Les Miles successfully filibustered for a significant amount of his allotted time at Day 4 of the SEC Media Days, but he did drop a couple of nuggets in the limited Q&A session with the assembled media. Quarterback Anthony Jennings, expected to once again compete with Brandon Harris for the..." July 16

  • Ole Miss' Hugh Freeze says it's time to change Mississippi state flag

    The Score "The Confederate flag has been a recurring topic during SEC Media Days. Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze broached the topic ahead of his SEC Media Days podium appearance, maintaining that the Confederate flag should be removed from the Mississippi state flag. "In the late '90s, our university..." July 16

  • Gators' Bullard ready to return for final season

    Fox Sports Florida "Jonathan Bullard opted to return to Florida rather than enter the NFL Draft after his junior season. Bullard spoke about his decision during SEC Media Days this week and confirmed that it was in his best interest to return to Gainesville and improve his draft stock. "My family is in a good..." July 16

  • Bret Bielema says beating Texas was ‘borderline erotic’

    Larry Brown Sports "Bret Bielema is heading into this third season as the head football coach at Arkansas. While his first season didn’t get his tenure at the school off to a good start, the Razorbacks bounced back last season to finish above .500 for the first time since 2011 at 7-6. Their seventh victory came in..." July 16

  • Plaxico Burress rips Nick Saban for complaining about draft grades

    Larry Brown Sports "Plaxico Burress played for Nick Saban at Michigan State, and the former NFL wide receiver never got over Saban’s decision to leave the Spartans to take a job at LSU. So when Saban made headlines on Wednesday by complaining about NFL Draft grades, Burress had to make sure he got his two cents..." July 16

  • Sources: LSU RB Derrius Guice transported to hospital

    The Advocate "Former Catholic High star and current LSU freshman running back Derrius Guice on Wednesday was transported to a hospital from the LSU football practice facility after losing consciousness, two sources told The Advocate. LSU spokesman Michael Bonnette confirmed that a player was taken to a..." July 16

  • Injured in car wreck, Harold Brantley won’t play for Mizzou in 2015

    College Football Talk "The good news for Missouri is that one of its best defensive linemen continues to recover from injuries sustained in a car wreck last month. The bad news? He won’t see the field this coming season. At the SEC media days Wednesday, head coach Gary Pinkel confirmed that Harold Brantley will not..." July 15

  • Auburn releases details on Will Muschamp’s contract

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Will Muschamp may not be a head coach anymore, but being the defensive coordinator at Auburn isn’t a tough draw. Muschamp’s contract with the Tigers was released Wednesday, detailing his three-year deal that works out to $1.6 million per season. According to USA Today, Muschamp will become the..." July 15

  • Dismissed DL thanks Saban, wishes Bama waited

    ESPN "Former Georgia and Alabama defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor said Wednesday that he appreciated comments made by Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban at SEC media days. Saban said that he did not regret giving the player a second chance and that Taylor did not receive "due process" before he was..." July 15

  • LSU DT Travonte Valentine leaving Tigers for junior college

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "LSU freshman defensive tackle Travonte Valentine is leaving the program and will transfer, LSU sports information director Michael Bonnette said Wednesday. "He's no longer part of the program; I just talked to Coach (Les) Miles today," Bonnette said. Sources close to LSU say Valentine failed..." July 15

  • Nick Saban Says Some Alabama Players Played Not To Get Hurt During Sugar Bowl

    College Spun "Alabama head coach Nick Saban is on the dais at SEC Media Days in Hoover, Ala. this morning. One of the topics Saban has touched on is the NFL’s calendar for delivering draft grades to college players. According to Saban, Alabama’s players received their draft grades on Dec. 15, and the timing..." July 15

  • Nick Saban wants Alabama QBs to 'take the bull by the horns,' win job

    CBS Sports "Alabama fans have a couple of known entities heading into the 2015 season. The defensive front should be nasty, Derrick Henry has the potential to be the SEC's best running back and the offensive line has a couple of massive anchors in Cam Robinson and Ryan Kelly. The biggest unknown for..." July 15

  • Florida's defense is loaded with future NFL first-round picks

    Fox Sports - College Football "In the past three years, the Florida Gators have produced four first-round picks on defense (Sharrif Floyd, Matt Elam, Dominique Easley and Dante Fowler). UF figures to have a few more coming soon, starting with All-American cornerback Vernon Hargreaves III. Hargreaves headlines what will be..." July 14

  • Texas A&M OL latest to get free insurance protecting draft value

    CBS Sports "Germain Ifedi'sinsurance windfall from Texas A&M is likely to cause much less of a stir. The Aggies' redshirt junior offensive tackle became the second player in the program to have his loss-of-value insurance paid for by the school. Ifedi told CBSSports.com Tuesday that he had received the..." July 14

  • Steve Spurrier at SEC Media Days: 'If you ever hit a girl, you're finished'

    The Score "South Carolina head football coach Steve Spurrier was front and center at SEC Media Days on Tuesday. The Head Ball Coach was his usual, charming self, dropping some entertaining tidbits on media members gathered at The Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover, Ala. "We were 7-6," Spurrier said. "The same as..." July 14

  • Kevin Sumlin hasn’t taken playing two A&M QBs off the table

    College Football Talk "When it comes to the quarterback position at Texas A&M entering summer camp, there’s only one absolute certainty — Kyle Allen is the starter under center. What happens after that is somewhat up in the air. Allen, a five-star member of A&M’s 2014 recruiting class, started the last half of his..." July 14

  • O-lineman Greg Little, No. 2 in ESPN 300, decommits from Texas A&M

    ESPN "Texas A&M lost its biggest commitment on Monday evening, when five-star offensive tackle Greg Little backed off his pledge to the Aggies, Little confirmed to ESPN.com. Little, who had been committed to Texas A&M for more than a year, is the No. 1-ranked offensive tackle and the No. 2 player..." July 14

  • Gus Malzahn not worried about teams pulling recruits from state of Alabama

    Sporting News - NCAAF "In the spring, Jim Harbaugh brought his satellite camp tour through the heart of SEC country, stopping at powerhouse program Prattville High School. He even picked up a pair of commitments from Prattville. On the first day of SEC Media Days, Auburn coach Gus Malzahn didn't sound too..." July 13

  • Lane Kiffin offered multiple jobs following Alabama success

    Gamedayr "Lane Kiffen is a complicated figure in college football. He has produced results on the field as an offensive coordinator but has also left multiple teams in disrepair after relatively brief head coaching stints. In 2014, Kiffen really seemed to hit his stride as the play caller in Alabama’s..." July 13

  • Ex-Auburn DB Derrick Moncrief enrolled at Okla. St.

    College Football Talk "It appears that a former SEC defensive back has decided to continue his collegiate playing career in the Big 12. According to al.com, ex-Auburn safety Derrick Moncrief is currently enrolled in classes at Oklahoma State. While neither the Cowboys football program nor the university has..." July 13

  • Former Texas offensive lineman Darius James enrolls at Auburn

    Alabama "Former Texas offensive lineman Darius James has enrolled at Auburn. A school spokesman confirmed the arrival of James, who started two games for the Longhorns last season before suffering a knee injury in November. The 6-foot-5 304 pound James will have to sit out this fall due to NCAA transfer..." July 13

  • Former Auburn DE Elijah Daniel to play for Bo Pelini at Youngstown State

    Yahoo! Sports "Former Auburn defensive end Elijah Daniel has found a new home with FCS Youngstown State. Daniel was kicked off the Auburn football team on May 2 after he was arrested and charged with four counts of burglary and four counts of theft for his role in 10 robberies inside a residence hall on the..." July 13

  • Dismissed by LSU, Lealaimatafao lands at an Arizona JUCO

    College Football Talk "A little over a week after finding himself on the wrong end of Les Miles‘ boot, Trey Lealaimatafao has found a new location to both resume his playing career and rehabilitate his battered public image. On his personal Twitter page, Lealaimatafao, in his profile, lists himself as a member of the..." July 09

  • Arkansas RB Kody Walker granted sixth year of eligibility

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Arkansas' Kody Walker will be a Razorback for two more seasons. The running back was granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA. After originally slated to be a senior in 2015, he's been reclassified as a junior. “We are very excited to have Kody with us for an additional season,”..." July 09

  • High school coach discusses ineligible Alabama signee DeSherrius Flowers' future plans

    Alabama "Instead of competing for carries behind Derrick Henry and Kenyan Drake, DeSherrius Flowers will spend the fall carrying the ball for Jones County Junior College in Mississippi. A four-star freshman running back, Flowers was ruled ineligible by the NCAA in June due to a "recently discovered..." July 09

  • Former Ohio State recruit signs paperwork with UGA

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Mirko Jurkovic is one step closer to becoming an official member of UGA’s 2015 football recruiting class. Jurkovic, who signed with Ohio State last February but was not admitted,, told the AJC on Wednesday that he signed his financial aid papers with UGA. “It’s a lot of weight off the..." July 09

  • Brother of Patrick Peterson leaving LSU

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "LSU receiver Avery Peterson said in a Facebook message posted Tuesday he will leave the football program and transfer to another school. A spokesman from the school confirmed the 6-foot-2, 200-pound brother of former LSU and current Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson had left the..." July 08

  • Former Alabama DB lands at JUCO, has eyes on Tide rival next

    Alabama "Less than a month after being dismissed from the Alabama football program, defensive back Jonathan Cook has a new home. The sophomore from Spanish Fort will be transferring to Garden City Community College in Kansas. That's the same junior college attended by former Auburn quarterback Nick..." July 07

  • Ole Miss offers 'full cooperation' to NCAA in Laremy Tunsil investigation

    CBS Sports "Ole Miss issued a statement Monday confirming that the NCAA and the Rebels are looking into alleged NCAA violations concerning All-SEC offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil. Tunsil's stepfather, Lindsey Miller, met with NCAA officials Friday, only days after Tunsil was arrested on a domestic violence..." July 06

  • 4-Star LB Kash Daniel Takes Shot At Louisville After Spurning Cardinals For Wildcats

    College Spun "In the biggest recruiting news so far today, four-star Kentucky linebacker Kash Daniel committed to Mark Stoops’ Wildcats over Louisville and South Carolina. Despite being one of his finalists, Daniel wasted no time in taking a shot at the Cardinals after choosing their archrival. " July 05

  • Texas A&M seat reassignment lawsuit tossed in Florida court

    College Football Talk "A class action lawsuit between Texas A&M and long-time season ticket holders has been thrown out by a district court in Florida. The case had previously been dismissed by a federal judge in Texas, so it looks like these fans are running out of options. The family of Texas A&M fan and booster..." July 04

  • Report: Alabama self-reports 13 bizarre NCAA violations

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Alabama self-reported 13 NCAA violations, from July 1, 2014, through June 30 of this year, according to a report obtained by TideSports.com Friday. While none of the violations were major, there were numerous bizarre NCAA rules broken by Crimson Tide coaches, student-athletes and recruits...." July 04

  • NCAA investigating Ole Miss, questions Tunsil's stepfather

    The Clarion-Ledger "NCAA officials were here Friday and interviewed the stepfather of Ole Miss tackle Laremy Tunsil as part of an investigation into multiple alleged rules violations by the University of Mississippi football program. The trip made by NCAA officials comes one week after Tunsil was arrested for..." July 03

  • Kirby Smart says Alabama 'did not respect' Ohio State quarterbacks

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Kirby Smart believes Alabama learned a much-needed lesson after its 42-35 loss to Ohio State in the College Football Playoff semifinals: Respect every player, no matter where they are listed on the scouting report. The Crimson Tide's defensive coordinator told 680 The Fan in Atlanta that the..." July 03

  • Shoulder problems force Texas A&M defensive lineman Jay Arnold out of football

    Houston Chronicle "Texas A&M defensive lineman Jay Arnold, a fan favorite for his colorful takes on life via Twitter, is hanging up the helmet for good because of a troublesome shoulder. Arnold wasn’t listed on A&M’s updated roster, and he said Thursday, “The shoulder wasn’t going to hold up for another season,”..." July 03

  • Brantley treated, released from hospital for injuries sustained in Father's Day wreck

    Columbia Daily Tribune "Missouri defensive lineman Harold Brantley has been treated and released from University Hospital for injuries he sustained in a single-car accident on Father’s Day, hospital and athletic department spokespeople confirmed Tuesday. “Harold is making great progress and is no longer at University..." July 01

  • 4-Star North Carolina TE Garrett Walston Commits To Bulldogs

    College Spun "The Georgia Bulldogs just landed one of the top pass catchers on their board, and swiped a coveted North Carolina player from the Tar Heels in the process. Tight end Garrett Walston of Wilmington, who is rated as a four-star by Scout, has committed to Georgia." June 30

  • Stepfather alleges Tunsil was with 'football agents' during fight

    The Clarion-Ledger "Lindsey Miller, the stepfather of Ole Miss left tackle Laremy Tunsil, told Lafayette County Sheriff's Department deputies on Thursday night that he and Tunsil's mother were arguing about Tunsil "riding around with football agents" at the time of the incident that led to Tunsil's arrest, according..." June 30

  • LSU kicks DT Trey Lealaimatafao off team after most recent incident, arrest

    The Advocate "LSU has dismissed defensive tackle Trey Lealaimatafao from the football team, the school announced Monday. Lealaimatafao was arrested for simple battery and simple robbery, a felony, on June 19 stemming from a June 16 fight in the parking lot of Reggie’s Bar. The arrest was Lealaimatafao’s..." June 29

  • LSU defensive end signee Arden Key cleared, will report in August, school says

    The Advocate "Four-star defensive end signee Arden Key has been cleared by the NCAA and is scheduled to arrive at LSU in August, school spokesman Michael Bonnette said Wednesday. Key, a 6-foot-5, 230-pounder from Georgia, is one of the most highly regarded recruits in a 2015 Tigers signing class ranked as..." June 29

  • Daniel Imatorbhebhe says he's heading to USC

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "It's not a surprise, but Daniel Imatorbhebhe said he's going to play for USC. The former Florida tight end told TrojanSports.com that he'd be a Trojan. He was a four-star tight end in the class of 2015 and didn't play in the Gators' spring game after arriving on campus early. "This is where..." June 29

  • Mississippi State OL Kent Flowers transfers to junior college; inexperienced line loses more

    Alabama "One of the least experienced groups on Mississippi State's team lost some of its depth this offseason. Offensive lineman Kent Flowers left Starkville, Mississippi for Wesson, Mississippi where he will play for Copiah-Lincoln Community College this fall, a spokesman from the junior college..." June 29

  • Potential Top 5 draft pick Laremy Tunsil arrested

    Pro Football Talk "Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil, a potential Top 5 pick in the 2016 NFL draft, was arrested Friday in Oxford, Mississippi, on domestic violence charges, accused of punching his stepfather. The incident took place at the home of Tunsil’s mother, and Tunsil says he was defending his..." June 28

  • Georgia Tech tweets LB is suspended, he says he's transferring to Florida

    CBS Sports "Georgia Tech linebacker Anthony Harrell wrote on Twitter that he plans to finish his career at Florida as a graduate transfer. That announcement, however, came as a reply to the Yellow Jackets' official Twitter account after the school announced he had been suspended indefinitely. "I would like..." June 27

  • Judge declares mistrial, throws out guilty verdicts in Vanderbilt rape case

    SI - College Football "A Tennessee judge granted a motion to declare a mistrial in the Vanderbilt rape case Tuesday, according to WKRN-TV in Nashville, throwing out the guilty verdicts against two former Vanderbilt football players. The judge “did not address how the case will proceed going forward, and whether a..." June 24

  • Steve Spurrier calls for Confederate flag removal… again

    College Football Talk "Even before this most recent movement began gaining significant traction, Steve Spurrier very loudly and very clearly let his feelings be known on the issue of the Confederate flag flying on the grounds of the South Carolina Capitol in Columbia. Just yesterday, Spurrier’s boss at USC, athletic..." June 24

  • Glenville's Marcelys Jones transferring from Ohio State to Kentucky, per report

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Marcelys Jones quickly found a new home. One day after it was confirmed Jones was leaving the Ohio State football program, Matt Jones of KentuckySportsRadio.com has reported that Marcelys Jones will transfer to Kentucky. Jones, a sophomore from Glenville High School, played in just two games..." June 23

  • Former Vanderbilt, LSU QB Stephen Rivers lands at Northwestern State

    Alabama "Stephen Rivers has settled on his destination for 2015. The Athens native and former LSU and Vanderbilt quarterback has signed with Northwestern State, an FCS school in Natchitoches, Louisiana. The younger brother of San Diego Chargers star Philip Rivers will have one season of eligibility..." June 23

  • T.J. McCoy transfers to UF to be closer to ailing father

    Orlando Sentinel "T.J. McCoy had always wanted to be a Florida Gator; to follow in the footsteps of his father was always a dream. This just isn't the way it was supposed to happen. Fresh off his first semester of college at NC State, McCoy knew what had to be done once he returned home to Groveland last month...." June 23

  • Harold Brantley has fractured ribs, ligament damage after wreck

    ESPN "Missouri Tigers defensive lineman Harold Brantley has improved to good condition after undergoing surgery for a fractured left leg following a car crash on Sunday. Rex Sharp, the associate athletic director for sports medicine at Missouri, said in a news release Monday that Brantley, who also..." June 23

  • Ex-Purdue QB Danny Etling reportedly transferring to LSU

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "LSU reportedly received a boost to its depth at quarterback on Monday. According to TigerBait.com, former Purdue quarterback Danny Etling is transferring to LSU after a weekend visit. Etling, a junior, announced his decision to leave Purdue after two seasons earlier this month. Etling, a..." June 23

  • Missouri DL Harold Brantley seriously injured in car accident

    Yahoo! Sports "Missouri defensive lineman Harold Brantley was seriously injured in a car crash Sunday when his car swerved off the highway and overturned just outside of Columbia, Mo. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol accident report, Brantley was the driver of a 2000 Chrysler Concorde when it..." June 22

  • Report: Alabama, Florida State to open 2017 season in Atlanta

    CBS Sports "Well, I think we know what the most anticipated game of the first weekend of the 2017 season will be ... unless something drastically changes. Tom D'Angelo of the Palm Beach Post is reporting that the proposed game between Florida State and Alabama -- which has been in the works for a while --..." June 20

  • LSU QB Anthony Jennings among three arrested in Baton Rouge

    The Advocate "Four LSU football players have been placed on indefinite suspension after their arrests Thursday. Quarterback Anthony Jennings, cornerback Dwayne Thomas and defensive lineman Maquedius Bain were arrested and booked on unauthorized entry into an inhabited dwelling, police records show. Thomas..." June 20

  • Georgia 4-Star OT DeVondre Seymour Has Decided To “Discontinue” His Football Career

    College Spun "DeVondre Seymour, an incoming four-star offensive tackle for the Georgia Bulldogs, has decided to “discontinue” his football career, the school announced this afternoon. The 6-foot-6, 315-pound prospect signed with the Bulldogs back in February. He was ranked the No. 6 offensive tackle in his..." June 19

  • Defensive lineman Daquan Newkirk commits to Auburn

    Alabama "Auburn has landed a commitment from defensive end Daquan Newkirk. The 6-foot-3, 245-pounder from The First Academy in Orlando made the commitment Thursday morning following an overnight visit to the Plains. "I'm extremely blessed," he told 247Sports. "I'm very excited for what's upcoming for..." June 19

  • LSU's defensive back board clears up with Eric Monroe's commitment...or does it?

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "LSU's defensive back recruiting board in 2016 has been highly discussed, widely controversial, but time has allowed for some clarity. The Tigers received a commitment from Texas standout defensive back Eric Monroe on Wednesday, bringing a tad more clarity to what this group will look like come..." June 19

  • Charges against UGA football player dropped after officer who arrested him was fired

    Athens Banner-Herald "Three charges against a Georgia football player, including DUI, were dismissed last month because the Athens-Clarke County Police officer who arrested him was fired from his job. Outside linebacker Davin Bellamy was also charged in July 2014 with two other misdemeanors in the case: underage..." June 19

  • Florida Gators Coach Jim McElwain Gives $5,000 To Former Player In Need

    Coloradoan "Athletics are about more than the final result of a sporting event. They build community and foster relationships — attributes the CSU football family has displayed over the past week. Former Colorado State University defensive lineman Eli Edwards lost his wife, Isa Edwards, June 6 after a..." June 19

  • LSU football player Trey Lealaimatafao arrested after bar fight, charged with hitting woman

    Sporting News - NCAAF "LSU defensive tackle Trey Lealaimatafao was arrested on charges of battery and robbery Thursday after an investigation into a fight outside a Baton Rouge bar two days earlier, police records show. Police say Lealaimatafao was seen rumagging through the pockets of an unidentified man after the..." June 19

  • Epps' dismissal a blow to Ole Miss' tight end depth

    The Clarion-Ledger "Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze described his depth at tight end as "a little thin" this spring. On Wednesday morning, it got a little thinner. Redshirt freshman tight end Sammie Epps has been dismissed for a violation of team rules, an Ole Miss spokesman said, which leaves the Rebels' future at..." June 18

  • RB Desherrius Flowers not able to enroll at Alabama in fall

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Alabama is down a potential contributor in the backfield. The school said Wednesday that RB Desherrius Flowers would not be able to enroll for the fall semester for "a recently discovered initial eligibility issue." Flowers, a member of the class of 2015, came to Tuscaloosa in January and..." June 18

  • 2016 WR Quartney Davis Announces Commitment To Texas A&M On Twitter

    College Spun "Houston (Tex.) Langham Creek three-star wide receiver Quartney Davis revealed his commitment to Texas A&M minutes ago on Twitter. Davis chose the Aggies over Houston, Arkansas, Oklahoma State, Cal, Kansas, Michigan State and others." June 16

  • Oregon State WR Richard Mullaney tweets he'll transfer to Alabama

    CBS Sports "Alabama is poised to add some experienced receiving help in its bid to replace Amari Cooper. Only days after announcing he would transfer out of the Oregon State program, senior Beavers wide receiver Richard Mullaney tweeted Tuesday that he would play for the Crimson Tide this..." June 16

  • Dan Mullen kind of sort of implies Michigan football players suck

    SB Nation "Dan Mullen has become the latest SEC coach to make his thoughts clear on one of the offseason's most resilient controversies -- satellite camps. Specifically, camps hosted by Big Ten coaches in SEC territory, which has ruffled quite a few feathers and resulted in commitments for programs like..." June 16

  • Ex-Alabama running back signs with junior college

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Former Alabama running back Tyren Jones signed with Hutchinson junior college on Monday. Jones, the former Walton star, was dismissed by Alabama coach Nick Saban after being arrested for marijuana possession this past spring. “We’ve been talking to Tyren for a long time,” Hutchinson coach..." June 16

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