Southeastern RUMORS & NEWS

  • 5-star defensive tackle Daylon Mack announces his top 2 schools

    The Score "After decommiting from Texas A&M on Friday, five-star defensive tackle Daylon Mack has announced which schools he's considering playing at next season. " December 20

  • Former four-star TE transfers from Vanderbilt to Colorado State

    College Football Talk "The Colorado State Rams don’t have a head coach yet, but they’ve already landed a big commitment. Tight end Mitchell Parsons was one of the crown jewels in the Vanderbilt Commodores’ 2013 recruiting class. The former four-star recruit was considered the nation’s seventh-best tight end prospect,..." December 20

  • Tuscaloosa K-12 School Announces Students Will Have 2 Days Off If Alabama Plays In National Championship

    College Spun "Students attending the Tuscaloosa Academy now have extra incentive to root for their beloved Alabama football team against Ohio State Jan. 1. If the No. 1-ranked Crimson Tide defeat the No. 4-ranked Buckeyes in their College Football Playoff semifinal game in New Orleans, the Tuscaloosa..." December 20

  • Five-Star DT Decommits From Texas A&M

    ESPN.com "Hours after the commitment of No. 35-ranked Malik Jefferson to the Texas Longhorns over Texas A&M and UCLA, the Aggies seemingly have lost their top defensive commitment in the class. Five-star defensive tackle Daylon Mack, No. 15 in the ESPN 300 and a friend of Jefferson's, announced on..." December 20

  • UAB LB Jake Ganus commits to Georgia

    Alabama.com "UAB's leading-tackler from its historic 2014 team that finished 6-6 (4-4 in Conference USA), becoming the first Blazers team to qualify for bowl competition for the first time in a decade, has a found a new home. Chelsea High School product Jake Ganus committed to Georgia this morning, landing..." December 19

  • UF QB facing misdemeanor charge

    The Gainesville Sun "Starting Florida quarterback Treon Harris is facing a second-degree misdemeanor charge for operating a motor vehicle without a valid license. According to court records, Harris has never had a license. A citation was filed on Tuesday by University Police. Harris has an arraignment date set..." December 19

  • Tennessee's leading rusher won't miss time after underage drinking charge

    CBSSports.com "Tennessee's leading rusher, freshman running back Jalen Hurd, won't miss any playing time as a result of an underage drinking charge from earlier this month. According to The Tennessean, a University of Tennessee police officer issued citations to two males on Dec. 3 after spotting a car with..." December 19

  • Florida OT Humphries denies he has decided to enter 2015 NFL Draft

    CBSSports.com "Florida junior offensive tackle D.J. Humphries announced on Twitter early Thursday that a Wednesday night report from The Gainesville Sun, which said Humphries had decided to forgo his remaining eligibility and declare for the 2015 NFL Draft, was incorrect. The Gators have already lost three..." December 18

  • Tennessee lands former Alabama RB Alvin Kamara

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Former Alabama running back Alvin Kamara has landed at Tennessee. The Vols announced they had signed Kamara, a former four-star prospect, out of Hutchinson (Kansas) Community College. Kamara spent the 2013 season at Alabama, but never saw the field. He was suspended twice and left home from..." December 18

  • Source: Florida left tackle D.J. Humphries to go pro

    The Gainesville Sun "A third member from Florida's 2012 recruiting class is leaving early for the NFL. Left tackle D.J. Humphries will forgo his senior season and enter the draft, sources told The Sun. Defensive end Dante Fowler Jr. and running back Matt Jones both made the same decision a few weeks ago. Two..." December 18

  • Source: WVU's Dawson leaving to become Kentucky's OC, playcaller

    Fox Sports - College Football "West Virginia offensive coordinator Shannon Dawson is leaving to become the playcaller and offensive coordinator at Kentucky, a source told FOX Sports Wednesday. This season Dawson helped the Mountaineers to the nation's No. 9 offense (502 yards per game) that ranked No. 9 in passing and No. 42..." December 18

  • Five-star wide receiver Christian Kirk selects Texas A&M

    USA Today "The easy part was leading Scottsdale (Ariz.) Saguaro to another state football championship and an undefeated season. The hard part for senior receiver Christian Kirk was trying to figure out a college among his final five: Arizona State, UCLA, Auburn, Ohio State and Texas A&M. The five-star..." December 17

  • Georgia OLB Leonard Floyd out for bowl game after shoulder surgery

    CBSSports.com "Georgia will be missing one of its top defensive players against Louisville in the Belk Bowl, Mark Richt announced Wednesday, asstarting outside linebacker Leonard Floyd underwent shoulder surgery Tuesday. "Leonard will not be available for this game," Richt said, per Dawgs247.com. "We want to..." December 17

  • LSU WR Travin Dural says he coming back for 2015 season

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "LSU's leading receiver Travin Dural told a Baton Rouge TV reporter Tuesday he will return for his junior season with the Tigers rather than enter the NFL Draft. Dural, who caught 37 passes for 758 yards and seven touchdowns, is a draft eligible sophomore because he redshirted in his first..." December 17

  • Auburn, Ole Miss plan stadium upgrades to keep up with SEC West

    Sporting News - NCAAF "The on-field competition in the SEC West is brutal enough among the likes of Auburn, Alabama, LSU, Ole Miss and Mississippi State. The same be said for their football stadiums. It's a fierce arms race for all those schools to upgrade their facilities and gain a competitive edge for recruits and..." December 17

  • Mississippi State's Geoff Collins expected to become Florida DC

    SI - College Football "Mississippi State defensive coordinator Geoff Collins is expected to accept the same position at Florida, according to a source. An agreement has not yet been finalized, per the source. Collins would be new Florida coach Jim McElwain’s first hire since taking over nearly two weeks ago and a..." December 16

  • Ole Miss' Aaron Morris will miss bowl game with torn ACL

    The Clarion-Ledger "Ole Miss guard Aaron Morris will miss the Peach Bowl with a torn ACL. It is the same knee he injured in 2013, causing him to miss the last 12 games of that season. Morris, a redshirt junior, started 11 games this season at left guard. Coach Hugh Freeze said Morris tore his ACL before the Egg..." December 16

  • Les Miles: Not returning to Michigan

    ESPN.com "Les Miles will not be the next coach at Michigan. So says Les Miles. After LSU's Monday evening bowl practice, the Tigers' coach addressed persistent rumors that he will return to his alma mater, where he played under Bo Schembechler and spent a decade as an assistant coach. Miles refused to..." December 16

  • Auburn WR Sammie Coates to enter 2015 NFL Draft

    CBSSports.com "Auburn junior WR Sammie Coates will forgo his final season of eligibility and enter the 2015 NFL Draft, according to 247sports.com. Coates will also accept an invitation to participate in the 2015 Senior Bowl, according to the report. Coates is currently rated as the No. 40 overall prospect in..." December 16

  • Tennessee losing three players to transfer

    CBSSports.com "Tennessee will be losing three players to transfer, as Butch Jones confirmed on Sunday that tight end Daniel Helm, defensive end Dewayne Hendrix and Derrell Scott have all decided to leave the school. "We thank them for everything they have given to Tennessee and wish them the best moving..." December 15

  • Man charged with murder in shooting of Auburn freshman Jakell Mitchell

    CBSSports.com "Auburn freshman tight end Jakell Mitchell was shot and killed early Sunday morning at an apartment complex near the school campus, according to Auburn police. Auburn police Capt. Will Matthews told AL.com that police responded to the Tiger Lodge apartments at 12:25 a.m. Sunday. Mitchell, 18,..." December 15

  • Auburn freshman Jakell Mitchell killed in shooting; police searching for suspect

    Alabama.com "Auburn freshman football player Jakell Mitchell was shot and killed early Sunday morning at an apartment complex near the Auburn University campus. The Auburn Police Department is investigating and developing leads as it searches for a suspect. Police responded to the Tiger Lodge apartment..." December 14

  • Why Wasn't Alabama's Blake Sims A Heisman Finalist?

    Deadspin.com "For all practical purposes, the modern college football climate demands that the Heisman award go to the best or favorite quarterback in the country. So matter who is invited to New York—this year it's Oregon QB Marcus Mariota, Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon, and Alabama wideout Amari Cooper—it's..." December 13

  • Spurrier's "2-3 more years" comment is backfiring

    247 Sports "South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier is no stranger to saying exactly what is on his mind. His early December comments about the remainder of his tenure with the program, however, are proving costly. “Give me two or three more (years),” Spurrier told The State. “I used to say four or five,..." December 13

  • Will Muschamp returns to Auburn as defensive coordinator

    CBSSports.com "Multiple reports late Friday night had ousted Florida coach Will Muschamp prepared to take over as defensive coordinator at Auburn. Less than an hour after those surfaced, coach Gus Malzahn confirmed via his Twitter account that Muschamp will indeed be the next leader of the Tigers' defense." December 13

  • Alabama's Lane Kiffin expects Amari Cooper to enter 2015 draft

    NFL.com "Add Lane Kiffin to the list of college football coaches that have all but waved goodbye to a star underclassman whom they expect to declare early eligibility for the 2015 NFL Draft. The Alabama offensive coordinator thinks the College Football Playoff will be his last chance to work with junior..." December 11

  • Former Clemson QB Chad Kelly tweets he's going to Ole Miss

    Yahoo! Sports "Chad Kelly is heading to Ole Miss in 2015. The former Clemson quarterback tweeted he was a Rebel on Wednesday. Kelly was dismissed from Clemson in April for "conduct detrimental to the program." He was competing with Cole Stoudt and freshman Deshaun Watson to be Clemson's starting quarterback..." December 11

  • Michigan contacts LSU's Les Miles about coaching job, according to report

    SB Nation "Still searching for a new head coach, Michigan has contacted LSU's Les Miles about the position, per Sam Webb of U-M's Scout site. However, Football Scoop says it's unlikely anything will come from the overture. Miles has a history of being a potential candidate for the Wolverines, seeing his..." December 10

  • After UAB killed football, Vols will open 2015 with some MACtion

    College Football Talk "UAB officially sent its football program to the gallows last week, leaving Tennessee as one of four teams, aside from its Conference USA foes, with a hole to fill in its 2015 slate. Tuesday, that hole was officially been. In a press release, Bowling Green announced that it has replaced UAB on..." December 09

  • Mariota, Cooper, Gordon are Heisman finalists

    CBSSports.com "Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota will be joined by Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon and Alabama wide receiver Amari Cooper in New York City for the Heisman Trophy ceremony on Saturday night in New York City. Mariota has been the betting favorite to win the award for most of the season's..." December 09

  • Tennessee gives Butch Jones healthy raise, contract extension through 2020

    College Football Talk "Tennessee announced Monday a contract extension and raise for coach Butch Jones that’ll pay him $3.6 million annually through 2020. The extension isn’t a surprise — Jones said Sunday he expected it would come together quickly. The second-year Vols coach reportedly was targeted by Michigan..." December 08

  • Ohio State bumps TCU from CFP

    ESPN.com "Ohio State will join Alabama, Oregon and Florida State in the inaugural College Football Playoff. The No. 1 Crimson Tide will face the No. 4 Buckeyes in the Allstate Sugar Bowl, and the second-seeded Ducks will face the third-seeded Seminoles in the Rose Bowl presented by Northwestern Mutual,..." December 08

  • Shane Ray ejected for targeting

    ESPN.com "Missouri standout defensive end Shane Ray was ejected for targeting early in the second quarter of the SEC championship game against No. 1 Alabama on Saturday. Ray's helmet and hands appeared to hit Alabama quarterback Blake Sims' facemask as Sims was in a prone position after releasing a..." December 07

  • Jim McElwain: 'I believe I can win with my dog Claribelle' playing QB

    CBSSports.com "Jim McElwain held his introductory press conference at Florida on Saturday, and like every coach at an introductory press conference ever, he showed no lack of belief he would succeed in his new job. But many coaches would likely admit, at least, that they could not win SEC football games..." December 07

  • UGA football player assists in Athens strip club brawl

    Athens Banner-Herald "Athens-Clarke County police arrested a bouncer and patron at a downtown Athens strip club early Thursday following a brawl that started when the customer exposed himself to a dancer. A University of Georgia football player who witnessed the altercation helped remove the unruly customer from..." December 06

  • LSU's Les Miles tells recruit he's staying, report says

    Detroit News "LSU coach Les Miles, a former Michigan player and assistant coach thought to be in the running for Michigan's head coaching position, has told at least one recruit he's not heading to Ann Arbor. Brady Hoke was fired on Tuesday after four years as Michigan's coach. Interim athletic director Jim..." December 05

  • Sources: Kansas hires Texas A&M assistant David Beaty as head coach

    Fox Sports - College Football "Texas A&M assistant David Beaty is expected to become the new head coach at Kansas, sources told FOX Sports Friday morning. The 44-year-old Beaty, a former assistant at KU under Mark Mangino when the Jayhawks had a lot of success and offensive coordinator at Rice in 2010, is regarded as one of..." December 05

  • Chomp change? Gators' buyout sets record

    ESPN.com "The University of Florida has some serious faith in Jim McElwain. To score the Colorado State coach, the Florida Gators will pay the largest buyout ever given to another school in college football history. Florida said Thursday that it would pay CSU a total of $5 million -- $3 million in..." December 05

  • Jim McElwain to coach Florida

    ESPN.com "Jim McElwain's representatives and Colorado State have cleared up the issues surrounding his buyout, and McElwain has agreed to become the next head coach of the Florida Gators. The coach, who will be introduced at a news conference Saturday, will be paid an average of $3.5 million per season..." December 04

  • Report: A&M OC Jake Spavital interviewed for Tulsa job

    College Football Talk "Kevin Sumlin is already in the midst of a hunt for a new defensive coordinator. Could the Texas A&M head coach be looking for a new coordinator on the other side of the ball as well? That may — or may not — ultimately be the case as Mark Berman of FOX26 in Houston is reporting that A&M..." December 04

  • Sources: McElwain to become Florida coach

    ESPN.com "Jim McElwain's representatives and Colorado State have cleared up the issues surrounding his buyout, and McElwain has agreed to become the next head coach at Florida, sources told ESPN.com. Barring any last-minute snags, Florida is expected to announce McElwain as the Gators' coach later..." December 04

  • Man who got Todd Gurley suspended now wants sympathy

    Fox Sports - College Football "Georgia running back Todd Gurley, who is out for the rest of the season with a torn ACL and will enter the 2015 NFL Draft, was suspended four games earlier this season after accepting $400 for signing autographs. Gurley was suspended because a man named Bryan Allen tipped off media outlets and..." December 03

  • Vandy releases Karl Dorrell, two other coaches

    Tennessean "Vanderbilt announced the release of offensive coordinator Karl Dorrell, wide receivers coach Marc Lubick and strength coach Bill Hughan on Wednesday. All three served one season at Vanderbilt under first-year head coach Derek Mason. Dorrell and Lubick were casualties of a coaching staff that..." December 03

  • Report: Muschamp has offers on the table from A&M, Auburn

    College Football Talk "On the field, Auburn and Texas A&M compete as members of the SEC West. Off the field, they’re competing with their checkbooks as prospective employers for a recently-deposed SEC East head coach. According to Jay Tate of Rivals.com‘s AuburnUndercover.com, both A&M and AU have offered their..." December 03

  • Mississippi State QB Prescott wins Conerly trophy

    The Clarion-Ledger "Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott on Tuesday night was named the winner of the Conerly Trophy, which is given out annually by the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame to the best college football player in Mississippi. Prescott beat out 10 finalists, including Ole Miss cornerback Senquez..." December 02

  • Amari Cooper owns every major Alabama receiving record

    Fox Sports - College Football "Every college football fan's aware that Alabama wide receiver and probable Heisman Trophy candidate Amari Cooper is a beast. But with the season he's had, it's worth taking a moment to pause and reflect on all Cooper's accomplished. That's what one thoughtful Reddit user did this morning,..." December 02

  • Fight at Alabama - Auburn party ends when guy pulls a gun

    Busted Coverage "How do fights at Alabama-Auburn parties end? At least one party Saturday night ended when some redneck pulled a gun on another redneck who wanted to whoop some ass. According to Ashton Poellnitz, who admits he was “abt drunk,” this all went down in Piedmont, Alabama and the guy in the car pulled..." December 02

  • Sources: Florida AD to meet with Colorado State coach Jim McElwain

    Yahoo! Sports "A private jet carrying Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley was en route to Colorado on Tuesday afternoon for a presumed meeting with Colorado State football coach Jim McElwain, sources told Yahoo Sports. According to FlightAware.com, a private jet left Jacksonville, Fla., this morning and..." December 02

  • Will Muschamp Favorited A Tweet About Being Introduced As Auburn’s Defensive Coordinator

    College Spun "Former Florida Gators head coach Will Muschamp is officially a free agent in the college football coaching world. While he wasn’t overly successful on the offensive side of the ball in Gainesville (it ultimately cost him his job), he’s still considered a genius when it comes to defense. Right now,..." December 02

  • Todd Gurley signing details emerge

    ESPN.com "The man who paid Georgia running back Todd Gurley $400 for signing about 80 items in the passenger's seat of a 2002 Lexus earlier this year says he never intended to hurt Gurley or the Georgia football program. "I can't change any of that stuff -- any of those emails, me talking to the school,..." December 02

  • Hugh Freeze agrees to deal with Ole Miss

    ESPN.com "Ole Miss coach Huge Freeze, who has been rumored to be a candidate for the Florida Gators' coaching vacancy, has agreed to a contract extension with the Rebels, it was announced Tuesday. Freeze and Ole Miss athletic director Ross Bjork announced the agreement Tuesday morning on Twitter. The..." December 02

  • Gators Looking at Josh McDaniels to Replace Will Muschamp?

    The Big Lead "The Florida Gators have a head coaching opening to fill, and it is a more attractive job than Michigan (why haven’t the Wolverines canned Hoke?) or Nebraska. On the surface, it appears Gators AD Jeremy Foley could get whomever he wants. A couple things to note: 1) in 2010, when Foley hired Will..." December 02

  • Sources: Colorado State coach Jim McElwain a leading candidate for Florida job

    Yahoo! Sports "Colorado State coach Jim McElwain has emerged as a leading candidate for the Florida vacancy, multiple sources told Yahoo Sports Sunday. McElwain and Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley discussed the Gators job Saturday night, sources said. Information has been gathered on McElwain by..." December 01

  • Report: Florida to contact Chip Kelly

    Pro Football Talk "Eagles coach Chip Kelly may not be interested in coaching at the University of Florida. But the University of Florida is interested in Kelly. According to Mark Farzetta of CBS Philly, Florida will contact Kelly as early as Tuesday to gauge his interest in the job. When Kelly became the head..." December 01

  • Unpopular Lane Kiffin turning into brilliant hire by Nick Saban

    New York Post "The hire was as stunning as it was unpredictable. The buttoned-down Nick Saban bringing in a controversial figure like Lane Kiffin, fresh off his failure in USC, to be his offensive coordinator. The move surprised the college football world. Even Alabama athletic director Bill Battle was caught..." December 01

  • Steve Spurrier: 'Give me 2 or 3 more' seasons at South Carolina

    GoGamecocks "Steve Spurrier will return for his 11th season as South Carolina’s coach in 2015, he told The State on Monday. “I’m in. I’m in,” Spurrier said. “We had some down times and some of this, that and the other, but we’ve got a lot of good players on the way.” The Gamecocks just completed a 6-6..." December 01

  • Auburn dismisses Ellis Johnson

    ESPN.com "A day after allowing 55 points to Alabama in the Iron Bowl, Auburn defensive coordinator Ellis Johnson has been dismissed. Johnson joined Gus Malzahn's staff at Auburn in December 2012 and helped lead the Tigers to a spot in last year's BCS national championship game. However, his defense has..." December 01

  • Nebraska fires coach Bo Pelini

    CBSSports.com "Despite finishing with a 9-3 record in 2014, coach Bo Pelini lost two of the team's final three games and was fired by Nebraska on Sunday morning. The Huskers dropped those two games -- to Big Ten West contenders Wisconsin and Minnesota -- and subsequently fell out contention for a berth in the..." December 01

  • Bobby Petrino in pregame scuffle

    ESPN.com "Louisville coach Bobby Petrino appeared to shove a Kentucky assistant during an on-field pregame scuffle Saturday prior to the in-state rivals' annual showdown. The incident began when several Kentucky players stomped on the Cardinals' logo at midfield, prompting an angry response from..." November 30

  • Mark Snyder fired as Texas A&M defensive coordinator

    CBSSports.com "Texas A&M and Kevin Sumlin have fired defensive coordinator Mark Snyder after his third season with the Aggies. “Mark is an outstanding coach and an even better person, but he understands the production needed to be better on the defensive side of the football,” Sumlin said in a statement..." November 29

  • Gurley has ACL surgery, starts rehab

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Georgia tailback Todd Gurley underwent ACL reconstruction on Tuesday and already has started the rehabilitation process, according to UGA. “He’s doing very well,” coach Mark Richt said before the Bulldogs’ practice on Wednesday “He actually shot me a picture of him. I said is this from before..." November 27

  • FBI investigating note threatening Ole Miss' Grove

    CBSSports.com "It appears the Mississippi State fan base might have its own Harvey Updyke. The FBI is looking into a note that threatened to damage the trees and shrubs of The Grove on the Ole Miss campus. The note was signed "Hail State." "What's going to happen to ya'll on the field Saturday Aint nothing..." November 26

  • The Iron Bowl that launched Saban's Alabama dynasty, five years later

    Fox Sports - College Football "k some of Alabama's most prominent football alums what they believe to be the moment that launched Nick Saban's dynasty, and you're bound to get a few different answers. Quarterback Greg McElroy mentioned the 2007 Independence Bowl; in Saban's first year, the team used 15 practices before the..." November 26

  • Amari Cooper likely to become Alabama’s first Biletnikoff winner

    College Football Talk "And then there were three. The competition for the Biletnikoff Award is down to three of the nation’s top wide receivers. Alabama’s Amari Cooper is the lone player from a College Football Playoff contender in the running, although that should not diminish the accomplishments of two others up for..." November 26

  • Will history repeat itself in Muschamp's final game as Gators coach?

    Fox Sports Florida "The comparison was inevitable. Will Muschamp knew it. Somewhere, Ron Zook knew it. Certainly everyone inside the Florida football team's meeting room Monday afternoon knew it when a reporter asked Muschamp about his situation compared to Zook's 10 years ago. If your memory has faded, a quick..." November 25

  • Tigers leader in sacks has season-ending knee surgery

    Montgomery Advertiser "An inconsistent Auburn defensive line will have to play the rest of the season without its leader in sacks. Defensive end DaVonte Lambert had season-ending surgery on his left knee Monday, coach Gus Malzahn announced, taking the team's best edge rusher out for the Iron Bowl and bowl..." November 25

  • LSU's Les Miles sidesteps questions about Michigan

    Michigan Live "Les Miles and Michigan go way back. And every time there's been speculation about the future of the Michigan football head coaching job since 2007, Miles' name has been right there. It was there in 2007, when he sternly denied a report he was headed to Ann Arbor while his LSU team was..." November 25

  • Western Carolina coach fires back at Kirk Herbstreit

    Sporting News - NCAAF "This past college football Saturday may not have been the most competitive, but there were still good moments. Florida State received quite the scare against Boston College but the rest of the teams took care of business easily. One College GameDay, Kirk Herbstreit made comments that this is..." November 25

  • Two key Alabama offensive players are 'questionable' for Iron Bowl with knee injuries

    Alabama.com "Two days after a long line of Alabama starters left the homecoming game with injuries, the concern moving forward surrounds two offensive players. Nick Saban mentioned only tight end Brian Vogler and ArDarius Stewart by name as players who are "most questionable" for the 6:45 p.m. Saturday..." November 24

  • Mississippi State DB Justin Cox suspended indefinitely after arrest

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Mississippi State DB Justin Cox has been suspended indefinitely after a reported alleged burglary and domestic violence incident. Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen announced the suspension in a statement on Friday morning." November 22

  • How good is the Florida job?

    USA Today "The common perception is that Florida's head coaching job, which opened this week when the school announced it would part ways with Will Muschamp at the end of the season, is among the four best in college football alongside Texas, Alabama and Southern California. The reason most often given is..." November 21

  • A&M expected to get defensive help for Turkey Day game vs. LSU

    College Football Talk "And, yes, they could use it. Ahead of its bye in Week 13, head coach Kevin Sumlin said that a pair of starting defensive linemen — end Myles Garrett and tackle Ivan Robinson — are listed as probable for the Thanksgiving Day game against LSU. Both Garrett and Robinson did not play in last..." November 21

  • Mississippi State pulls senior QB scholarship offer 15 days before his graduation

    No Guts No Glory "Mississippi State is the midst of the best season probably in school history. The Bulldogs are sitting at #4 in the college football playoff poll and could clinch their spot if they defeat Ole Miss next week. But a situation in the state of Texas has caught the attention of people when talking..." November 21

  • Vanderbilt RB Jerron Seymour dismissed

    Yahoo! Sports "Vanderbilt running back Jerron Seymour is no longer on the team. Seymour was dismissed by Vanderbilt coach Derek Mason. The school confirmed the dismissal on Wednesday, which, per VandySports.com, was for a violation of team rules. The junior was Vanderbilt's best running back in 2013, but..." November 20

  • Nick Saban: Will Muschamp 'did a really good job' at Florida

    Fox Sports - College Football "Florida announced on Sunday that coach Will Muschamp will not be back next season. The Gators went 4-8 last season and are currently 5-4. On Monday, athletic director Jeremy Foley expressed the program's need to bring in a head coach that can spark the offense. As the Gators begin to..." November 20

  • Gators DE Dante Fowler Jr. tweets he will leaving for the NFL

    Orlando Sentinel "UF defensive end Dante Fowler Jr.'s reticience Tuesday afternoon left little doubt he would be leaving early for the NFL in 2015. Asked if there is anything that would make him return to the Gators as a senior to play a new coaching staff, Fowler paused for several seconds. “Um, just if..." November 19

  • The Sad Reality Behind Will Muschamp’s Departure

    Gamedayr "Prior to Sunday, I’d be hard-pressed to tell you the last time the sports world had legitimately made me sad. Excited, enthralled, intrigued, frustrated, disturbed: those all come and go on a weekly, if not daily, basis. But saddened? I figured myself to be too old, too jaded, and too desensitized..." November 18

  • 4-star P.J. Blue on meeting Nick Saban: 'It was almost like talking to God'

    Alabama.com "Meeting Nick Saban and getting to spend one-on-one time with him was a mythical experience for P.J. Blue. "It was almost like talking to God," Blue said. The 6-foot-2, 195-pound junior athlete from Jemison High School said as a kid he never envisioned he'd get a chance to meet people like..." November 18

  • Report: Florida not considering Rich Rodriguez, Dan Mullen as next coach

    SI - College Football "Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez and Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen will not be candidates to replace Florida coach Will Muschamp, ESPN's Brett McMurphy reports. Florida fired Muschamp on Sunday, a day after a 23-20 overtime loss to South Carolina dropped the Gators to 5-4 on the season...." November 18

  • Insurance on Georgia's Todd Gurley doubled just in time

    NFL.com "The timing for Georgia running back Todd Gurley's torn ACL Saturday couldn't have been much worse. But in doubling Gurley's loss of value insurance a couple of weeks ago, while he was serving a four-game suspension, the school's timing couldn't have been better. UGA paid to raise Gurley's..." November 18

  • Arkansas fined $25,000 for field rushing celebration vs LSU

    College Football Talk "When Arkansas athletics director Jeff Long walks into the College Football Playoff selection committee meetings this week he will do so with a smile and his university $25,000 lighter. After putting the finishing touches on the first SEC victory for Arkansas in 17 games, Razorback fans stormed the..." November 17

  • Gators start search with an eye on offense

    ESPN.com "Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley said Monday that the search for the Gators' new football coach will begin immediately and that he'd ideally like a coach in place before Christmas. "We'll proceed as quickly as we can," Foley said Monday. "There's a lot of work to do, a lot of research to..." November 17

  • Two Tennessee football players suspected of rape, sexual assault

    USA Today "Knoxville police are investigating reports of rape and sexual assault by two University of Tennessee students in off-campus housing involving two female victims. The suspects are Vols linebacker A.J. Johnson, a senior, and defensive back, Michael Williams, a sophomore, a police source confirmed..." November 17

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  • Auburn receiver D'haquille Williams not traveling to Georgia

    Alabama.com "Auburn receiver D'haquille Williams is not traveling with the team as it prepares for a showdown Saturday at Georgia. The junior confirmed his absence via Twitter Friday afternoon. A team spokesman has not yet confirmed the news, though a source told AL.com on Sunday Williams would miss the..." November 16

  • Is Will Muschamp doomed at Florida after brutal South Carolina loss?

    Fox Sports - College Football "The game was over and Will Muschamp had breathing room ... and then it wasn't and the embattled Florida coach didn't. With less than a minute left and a 17-10 lead over South Carolina in the Swamp on Saturday, Muschamp sent out his punting unit. Get the ball off and there would be little time..." November 15

  • Nick Saban still isn’t sure how much RB T.J. Yeldon will play

    College Football Talk "A sprained ankle isn’t going to keep Alabama Crimson Tide running back T.J. Yeldon from playing in the biggest game of the year against the No. 1 Mississippi State Bulldogs. But the injury may limit Yeldon’s participation in the contest. The Crimson Tide’s starting tailback originally injured..." November 15

  • Source: LSU running back Kenny Hlliard to miss rest of regular season

    The Advocate "LSU senior running back Kenny Hilliard is out for the final two regular season games, a source told The Advocate. Hilliard suffered a shoulder injury on the third play of LSU’s 20-13 loss to No. 4 Alabama last week. He did not return to the game, and he was doubtful for Saturday’s game against..." November 15

  • Mississippi State Heisman candidate QB Dak Prescott ready for Alabama after missing last year's game

    Alabama.com "All Dak Prescott could do was watch when Mississippi State struggled at home last year against No. 1 Alabama. Prescott, now a junior quarterback for the Bulldogs who has emerged as a Heisman Trophy candidate, was sidelined with a left shoulder injury. Mississippi State lost 20-7, scoring..." November 13

  • Gurley's decision to play, first step in mending deplorable suspension

    Fox Sports South "When Todd Gurley was suspended for accepting money for his autograph, he made a sideshow of the Georgia football season. Less important was a possible run for an SEC crown or the College Football Playoff, the focus shifted to how long Gurley should be punished, and if eligible to return, should..." November 13

  • CBS has to take the Egg Bowl instead of the Iron Bowl because it shows Alabama too often

    USA Today "College football fans probably know that Alabama tends to play on CBS most weeks. Well, the Southeastern Conference’s schedule-makers noticed, too. When CBS decided to pick up Saturday’s game between No. 1 Mississippi State and No. 3 Alabama, it unofficially gave up rights to the Iron Bowl..." November 12