Southeastern RUMORS & NEWS

  • Sources: No decision made, but Les Miles likely to be let go soon

    ESPN "Les Miles' final hurrah with LSU could take place Saturday. A source close to the situation told ESPN's Joe Schad that LSU leadership is "heavily in favor" of a change but that a final decision has not been made and that Miles has not been formally informed he will not return. Another source..." November 28

  • LSU denies reports of Les Miles coaching final game on Saturday

    CBS Sports "LSU denied reports that coach Les Miles informed a group of boosters that Saturday's game against Texas A&M would be his final game. The school sent out this tweet Friday after numerous reports surfaced earlier in the day about what Miles may or may not have said during his weekly meeting with..." November 28

  • What would an Iron Bowl upset mean for Auburn?

    Alabama "As disappointing as the 2015 season has been for Auburn, Tiger fans are still holding out hope for a big upset on Saturday. "It would mean that we beat our rival, which is very important to us and very important to this state," said Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn. The odds are stacked against..." November 27

  • Les Miles calls job speculation a 'pretty prevailing and evident distraction'

    ESPN "Les Miles still doesn't know where he stands as LSU's football coach. At his weekly media briefing after Wednesday's practice, Miles said he has not spoken this week with athletic director Joe Alleva about whether he will return as the Tigers' coach. "I have no idea," said Miles, who has won..." November 26

  • Nick Saban Issues Update On Kenyan Drake, Won’t Rule Him Out For Iron Bowl

    College Spun "Alabama running back Kenyan Drake suffered a broken arm against Mississippi State back on November 14, but he seems to be recovering rather quickly from the injury. Drake rejoined practice on a limited basis this week, and Saban went as far as to not rule him out for the Iron Bowl. " November 26

  • Report: Florida coach Randy Shannon to interview for UCF job

    Fox Sports - College Football "According to a report from FOX 35 News, current Florida co-defensive coordinator and associate head coach Randy Shannon will interview for the vacant UCF head coaching position. Aside from two short stints at TCU and Arkansas, respectively, Shannon has spent the bulk of his coaching career in..." November 25

  • LSU WR Travin Dural has torn hamstring, out for season

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "LSU wide receiver Travin Dural will miss the rest of the season, Les Miles announced Wednesday. Dural has a tear in his hamstring and will undergo surgery, which will require a recovery time of three months, Miles said. The Daily Reveille, which first reported the news, said Dural’s surgery is..." November 25

  • Sources: Houston’s Tom Herman no longer a candidate to coach South Carolina

    Yahoo! Sports "Houston head coach Tom Herman is no longer a candidate to be the football coach at South Carolina, multiple sources have told Yahoo Sports. Herman had been the school's top choice to replace Steve Spurrier, sources said, and third-party discussions had been extensive. But Herman has withdrawn..." November 25

  • Kirby Smart is favorite to become South Carolina coach, per report

    Alabama "Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart is the front runner for the vacant South Carolina job, according to a report.'s Bruce Feldman reported Wednesday that Smart had emerged as the frontrunner to replace Steve Spurrier in Columbia. South Carolina had previously targeted Tom..." November 25

  • Nation's No. 1 WR recruit Kyle Davis commits to Auburn

    USA Today "Archer (Lawrenceville, Ga.) WR Kyle Davis, ranked No. 1 in the country as his position, announced on Twitter that he’ll be taking his talents to Auburn. Davis had previously committed to South Carolina, but reopened his recruitment in May, now settling with Gus Malzahn and the Tigers." November 25

  • 5 Coaches Who Could Replace Les Miles At LSU

    The Big Lead "Both local beat and national writers are in agreement. It seems a matter of “when” not “if” for Les Miles departing LSU. One would presume if the administration is comfortable with a $15 million buyout, they know who they want. Here are five plausible candidates. Jimbo Fisher: His appeal is..." November 25

  • Pharoh Cooper to turn pro after USC season ends

    The State "Saturday’s game against Clemson will be more than just South Carolina’s final chance to salvage its season. It also will be the final chance Gamecock fans have to see wide receiver Pharoh Cooper wearing garnet and black. Cooper, a junior, will forego his final year of eligibility and enter the..." November 25

  • Les Miles' status leads to LSU losing commitment from 2017 ATH JaCoby Stevens

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "Standout 2017 Tennessee two-way athlete JaCoby Stevens decommitted from LSU Tuesday night. The Tigers' landed Stevens' commitment in September. Stevens' told | The Times-Picayune that the uncertainty surrounding LSU coach Les Miles' job was a factor in his decision." November 25

  • Oklahoma, Iowa join mainstays Clemson and Alabama in CFP top four

    ESPN "The steady and successful play of Oklahoma and Iowa was rewarded Tuesday, as both teams moved into the top four in this week's College Football Playoff rankings. The Sooners (9-1) and Hawkeyes (10-0) fall in at Nos. 3 and 4, respectively, behind top-ranked Clemson and No. 2 Alabama. The two..." November 25

  • Report: LSU to decide Les Miles' future after Saturday's game vs. Texas A&M

    The Score "Whatever happens to Les Miles won't happen until the end of the regular season. Until then, we can still call him the LSU head coach. After 11 years of churning out more wins in Baton Rouge than all but one coach, the last month has encompassed a three-game losing streak. Suddenly, a team once..." November 24

  • Kenyan Drake Practicing 9 Days After Fracturing Bone in His Arm

    The Big Lead "Kenyan Drake suffered a broken bone in his arm on November 14th against Mississippi State. Nick Saban told the media that Drake would have surgery and they would know more in a “couple few weeks.” " November 24

  • 4-star safety Chauncey Gardner commits to Florida

    The Score "Florida has landed the commitment of four-star safety Chauncey Gardner, head coach Jim McElwain announced. Gardner will join the Gators as a midyear enrollee." November 24

  • FSU's Jimbo Fisher won't comment on prospect of LSU coaching opportunity

    Orlando Sentinel "FSU coach Jimbo Fisher is widely rumored to be a candidate for the LSU coaching job if the Tigers part ways with current coach Les Miles. Speaking about other jobs – vacant or not – is “unprofessional” and “disrespectful” according to Fisher. The coach was asked what he thought about the LSU..." November 24

  • Big-name LSU commitment Feleipe Franks withdraws pledge from LSU, has eye on Florida

    The Advocate "LSU lost its only quarterback commitment for the Class of 2016. Four-star recruit Feleipe Franks of Crawfordville, Florida, announced Monday night on Twitter that he decommitted from the Tigers. Franks is a top-five pro-style quarterback nationally, according to the composite..." November 24

  • Ole Miss fan says he was assaulted by police during Rebels-LSU game

    College Football Talk "Ole Miss’s 38-17 win over LSU was a great day for all but two Rebels. Chris Barnes was assaulted by police in the Vaught-Hemmingway Stadium stands during Saturday’s game. His wife Holly posted a video of Chris being punched by uniformed officers. Oxford police has claimed no responsibility..." November 23

  • Report: LSU boosters willing to pay Les Miles' $15 million buyout

    Larry Brown Sports "The chatter about Les Miles’ job at LSU being in jeopardy has grown louder and louder, and the team’s 38-17 loss to Ole Miss Saturday certainly did not help the coach’s case. Now there is increasing talk that the coach could lose his job.’s James Smith wrote an article Sunday saying..." November 23

  • Florida QB Will Grier loses appeal of 12-month drug suspension

    CBS Sports "Florida redshirt freshman quarterback Will Grier will not have his 12-month suspension for taking a banned substance reversed or shortened. Florida has confirmed the news first reportedy by the Orlando Sentinel. Grier was suspended for 365 days on Oct. 12 but appealed the NCAA's decision. That..." November 22

  • Terry Beckner Jr. to miss the rest of the 2015 season with torn ACL, MCL

    Rock M Nation "This morning, Missouri sports information director Chad Moller sent a note to the media regarding Terry Beckner's knee injury. Here is part of that release: Per our Head Athletic Trainer Rex Sharp, MRI testing shows that Terry sustained a torn ACL and MCL ligament in the knee, in addition to..." November 20

  • Clemson's Dabo Swinney on Alabama job: 'You don't ever say never'

    Alabama "Dabo Swinney is currently head coach of the country's top-ranked college football team, but didn't close the door on one day returning to his alma mater. In a lengthy profile by CBS Sports' Jon Solomon posted Thursday, the Clemson head coach said that while he's focused on winning a..." November 20

  • Statement: Denzel Nkemdiche’s ‘condition is not life-threatening’

    College Football Talk "After nearly a day of rumors and speculation surrounding Denzel Nkemdiche, Ole Miss released a statement somewhat addressing the situation. In the end, though, the best intentions of all involved may have simply added to the mystery. Wednesday, it was reported that Nkemdiche had been..." November 19

  • Report: Texas will 'break the bank' for Nick Saban

    The Score "If one really believed that an entire year would pass without a rumor connecting Texas to Nick Saban, one has been sorely mistaken. According to CBS Sports college football analyst Brian Jones, Texas is prepared to take another shot at luring coach Nick Saban from Alabama if the Longhorns and..." November 19

  • Report: Ole Miss Linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche Has Been In The ICU Since Monday

    Deadspin "Senior Ole Miss linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche was admitted to Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi Monday after being “found” and was still there as of Wednesday night, according to The site reports that Nkemdiche is currently conscious in the ICU, but that it is unknown why..." November 19

  • Nick Saban rant alert: 'They ran through our a** like s*** through a tin horn'

    Coaching Search "Alabama is a heavy favorite against a lower-level team, and that means it’s time for a Nick Saban rant about not overlooking an opponent. In September, Saban went off when asked about an upcoming game against Middle Tennessee as an opportunity to play young guys. He wasn’t even asked that..." November 19

  • Georgia’s Tramel Terry, Former 4-Star Recruit And South Carolina Mr. Football, Interested In Gamecocks

    College Spun "Tramel Terry, a former four-star recruit and Mr. Football in South Carolina, is interested in returning to his home state. Terry was recruited to play on offense by Georgia, but was quickly moved to safety due to the depth in the Bulldog backfield. He is currently taking classes at UGA, and will..." November 18

  • Report: Les Miles’ job could be in question at LSU

    Larry Brown Sports "Usually when we talk about Les Miles’ job status, it’s in relation to rumors that other schools are trying to poach the coach, not because of a lack of security at LSU. This time around, a report indicates Miles could be coaching for his job. The Baton Rouge Advocate’s Scott Rabalais wrote a..." November 18

  • CFP: First five unchanged, but Sooners and Cowboys move up rankings

    ESPN "Both Oklahoma State and Oklahoma moved up in this week's iteration of the College Football Playoff rankings, but the Big 12 rivals remain outside of the top five. The top teams in the CFP rankings remain unchanged with Clemson leading the way followed by Alabama, Ohio State, Notre Dame and..." November 18

  • How much of a role will race play in replacing Gary Pinkel at Missouri?

    CBS Sports "The letter was sent to Missouri athletic director Mack Rhoades on Monday. It suggested a replacement for the retiring Gary Pinkel. “I told him,” former Michigan State AD Merritt Norvell said, “I thought he ought to interview a minority candidate for the job.” That, among other reasons, is..." November 17

  • Alabama RB Derrick Henry is the new No. 1 in CBS Sports' Heisman Watch

    CBS Sports "As Alabama running back Derrick Henry continues to pile up the 100-yard games (currently 15 in a row, the longest streak in the nation), the chorus for Henry as the next Heisman Trophy winner grows louder and louder. Henry has overtaken Leonard Fournette for the top spot in our Heisman Watch (a..." November 17

  • Keith Marshall leaving Georgia after this season

    Dawg Nation "Keith Marshall has decided to end his Georgia career after this season, despite having one year of eligibility left. Marshall, a redshirt junior, approached coach Mark Richt a few weeks ago to make final a decision he has mulled for awhile now. So Marshall will participate in Senior Day..." November 17

  • Suspended UF quarterback Will Grier begins appeals process with NCAA

    Orlando Sentinel "Suspended Florida quarterback Will Grier began his appeals process with the NCAA on Monday, seeking to reduce his one-year ban for violating the NCAA's policy on using performance-enhancing drugs. Now, Grier awaits a decision. Orlando attorney Clay Townsend of Morgan & Morgan said in a..." November 17

  • Missouri DT Terry Beckner Jr., to undergo MRI for knee injury

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Missouri star defensive tackle Terry Beckner Jr., will undergo an MRI on his right knee and will miss Saturday’s home finale against Tennessee, coach Gary Pinkel announced Monday. Beckner suffered the injury during the first defensive play against BYU last weekend when left guard Ryker Mathews..." November 17

  • South Carolina president defends decision to pay Spurrier after resignation

    USA Today "University of South Carolina president Harris Pastides said the school's decision to pay Steve Spurrier for the remainder of his current contract year even though Spurrier resigned mid-season was made at least partially out of concern that it would end up having to pay him an even greater amount..." November 17

  • Texas A&M suspends Speedy Noil, Josh Reynolds for Western Carolina game

    Houston Chronicle "Texas A&M receivers Speedy Noil and Josh Reynolds have been suspended for Saturday night’s Western Carolina game because of violations of team rules. A&M spokesman Alan Cannon said he didn’t know if the undisclosed violations were from earlier this year or season, or from the past week." November 16

  • Kenyan Drake out 'couple few weeks' with broken arm, 2 other starters hurt

    Alabama "After Alabama's win at Mississippi State, Nick Saban updated Kenyan Drake's injury. He said it was a broken arm that should keep him out "a couple three weeks probably." Saban said he would be having surgery on the arm Sunday. The injury was similar to the one Alabama linebacker Alex..." November 15

  • Todd Gurley says Leonard Fournette should play for LSU in 2016

    ESPN "Todd Gurley's message for Leonard Fournette is simple: Don't consider sitting out next season in order to ensure you're healthy for the 2017 NFL draft. "Come back and play, man," Gurley said in an interview with 99.9 The Fan's Big Game Day, according to "We don't care about all..." November 15

  • Missouri coach Gary Pinkel to resign after season due to health issues

    Yahoo! Sports "Missouri head coach Gary Pinkel will resign following the conclusion of the 2015 season, the school announced Friday. According to a release from the school, the decision is due to health issues. Pinkel was diagnosed with lymphoma in May. The school said he received “multiple treatments” in May..." November 14

  • Why Adam Griffith is proof of Nick Saban's mastery of psychology

    Alabama "Nick Saban isn't a licensed sports psychologist and he's the first to tell you that. The Alabama head coach insists he knows more about Xs and Os and diagnosing zone blocking than anything to do with the mind, and that might be true. Yet Saban might be more in tune with the psyche and the ways..." November 13

  • Why Mississippi State players say there's a different feel about Alabama rematch

    Alabama "The LSU hangover is real. Almost traditionally, Alabama looks sluggish the week after duking it out with it rival from Baton Rouge. A year ago, it needed overtime and a frantic final drive to survive its trip to Tiger Stadium. Like usual, Mississippi State came next. Only this time was..." November 13

  • 5-star OL Greg Little reportedly postpones commitment

    Alabama "Greg Little was set to commit on his Nov. 4 birthday. Then he was going to commit Friday. But now the nation's No. 2 overall prospect has delayed his decision, per Bleacher Report's Damon Sayles, in order to focus on Allen High School's quest for a fourth straight state championship. The..." November 13

  • Texas A&M sues Indianapolis Colts for using '12th Man' trademark

    Fox Sports "The way Texas A&M sees it, there's only one home for the "12th Man" moniker, and the Aggies apparently aim to keep it that way. According to ESPN's Darren Rovell, the NFL's Colts have been using the term without being given permission by A&M: Texas A&M's claims to the name go all the way..." November 12

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    BREAKING: Texas A&M has sued the Indianapolis Colts for unauthorized use to its 12th Man trademarks.

  • Tennessee's Curt Maggitt likely out for rest of regular season

    Knoxville News Sentinel "Curt Maggitt is a “long shot” to return in the regular season, but Tennessee coach Butch Jones said his All-SEC senior defender has a much better chance to return for a potential bowl game. Maggitt, a defensive end and outside linebacker and the his team’s unquestioned leader, suffered a..." November 12

  • Auburn cornerback Jeremiah Dinson tore three ligaments in knee

    Alabama "Auburn cornerback Jeremiah Dinson tore three of four ligaments in his right knee, which was also dislocated, and suffered a dislocated shoulder on a brutal hit during last week's game with Texas A&M, Auburn coach Gus Malzahn announced Tuesday. Malzahn said Dinson will have surgery for the..." November 12

  • College Football Playoff Rankings: Tide up to No. 2, Irish join the party

    CBS Sports "The second edition of the College Football Playoff Rankings was released Tuesday night, and there was a bit of a shakeup at the top, which was to be expected after Alabama's win over previous No. 2 LSU. Clemson remained in the top spot following a win over Florida State. It will be interesting..." November 11

  • Jeremy Johnson has his 'edge back,' which means Auburn's starting QB job could be his

    Alabama "Sean White's injured knee is not the only factor clouding Gus Malzahn's upcoming decision at quarterback. Jeremy Johnson's performance at Texas A&M -- and his performances in practices the last three weeks -- may have been enough for the former starter to regain his job. "He does have his..." November 10

  • Report: Miami interested in bringing Mario Cristobal home

    Football Scoop "Sources tell FootballScoop that Alabama offensive line coach Mario Cristobal is “at the top of the list” for Miami and that discussions have taken place between representatives on each side. Our source was unable to say whether Cristobal is alone at the top of the list or not but it is clear..." November 10

  • LSU investigating whether Leonard Fournette's family violated NCAA rules

    USA Today "LSU is investigating whether the family of star running back Leonard Fournette violated NCAA rules, according to a person familiar with the matter who spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the situation. Bob Barton, an attorney representing LSU, has begun..." November 10

  • Missouri President Tim Wolfe resigns

    ESPN "University of Missouri president Tim Wolfe resigned Monday amid criticism of his handling of racial issues on campus. Graduate student Jonathan Butler began a hunger strike last Monday, saying Wolfe should step down after failing to respond to student concerns about racial tension in the wake..." November 09

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    SportsCenter @SportsCenter

    BREAKING: Missouri President Tim Wolfe resigns amid criticism of handling of racial issues.

  • Missouri player strike could cost Tigers $1 million to BYU

    College Football Talk "The threat of a cancellation to this week’s game between Missouri and BYU became a bit more realistic Sunday afternoon following a released statement from University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe. Boiling in controversy related to alleged negligence toward marginalized students’..." November 09

  • Missouri suspends football activities until grad student ends hunger strike

    The Score "Missouri head coach Gary Pinkel and athletic director Mack Rhoades released a joint statement Sunday, siding with their football team. The statement said the Tigers will halt football activities until Missouri graduate student Jonathan Butler ends his hunger strike against school president Tim..." November 09

  • Missouri player says many on team don't support practice boycott

    ESPN "A Missouri Tigers player said Sunday night that the entire team is not united over the decision to stop practicing until grad student Jonathan Butler ends his hunger strike. "As much as we want to say everyone is united, half the team and coaches -- black and white -- are pissed," the player,..." November 09

  • Missouri president does not resign as pressure from football team mounts

    CBS Sports "Embattled University of Missouri system president Tim Wolfe did not resign Sunday, despite demands from activists and the football team during ongoing racial tensions. Instead, Wolfe said in a statement that there would be a system-wide diversity examination. Activists referring to..." November 08

  • Missouri Football Players Go On Strike To Force Removal Of School President

    Deadspin "The University of Missouri’s Legion of Black Collegians released a statement tonight from the collective athletes of color on the Tigers football team stating they are on strike from football-related activities until the school president steps down in the wake of several racist acts on..." November 08

  • Alabama 'appalled' at fan's offensive Hurricane Katrina banner

    CBS Sports "The University of Alabama issued a brief statement on Twitter late Friday condemning a fan-made banner making light of the Hurricane Katrina disaster ahead of Alabama's Saturday showdown with LSU. After first surfacing (we believe) on the @OldRowOfficial Twitter account Friday afternoon, the..." November 07

  • Mississippi State's Keith Joseph Jr. dies in crash with ex-LB father

    ESPN "Mississippi State freshman defensive lineman Keith Joseph Jr. died in a one-car accident Friday night along with his father, Keith Joseph Sr., a linebacker for the Bulldogs from 1989 to '92. The two were driving to attend a football game at Pascagoula High School, where both of them..." November 07

  • Georgia AD: Bulldogs will honor $4M contract Mark Richt still hasn't signed

    CBS Sports "A bizarre week at Georgia has gotten even more bizarre with the news that Mark Richt has still not signed his new $4 million contract -- even though the extension was formally announced by the Bulldogs in January. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Friday that Richt "appears to be..." November 06

  • LSU gets commit from 2018 Landry-Walker receiver Devonta Jason

    The Advocate "LSU landed a commitment Wednesday night from 2018 four-star wide receiver Devonta Jason. The Landry-Walker product becomes the Tigers’ third commit in the sophomore class, ranked No. 1, according to 247Sports. Jason joins quarterback Zadock Dinkelmann (Somerset, Texas) and athlete Justin..." November 06

  • Leonard Fournette's parents may have violated NCAA rules

    The Score "Before Leonard Fournette became Leonard Fournette, his parents tried to make a quick buck off their son's rise to stardom. As detailed in a report by USA TODAY's Josh Peter, Fournette's parents set up an online business to sell memorabilia with "BUGA Nation," an acronym standing for "Being..." November 05

  • Nick Saban nets $100,000 bonus for Tide graduation rates

    College Football Talk "The richest coach in college football became even richer today. The NCAA released its annual Graduation Success Rate figures Wednesday, netting Alabama head coach Nick Saban a $100,000 bonus, according to USA Today. USA Today also lists Saban as college football’s highest-paid coach with a base..." November 05

  • Mark Richt unsure of who will start at QB for Georgia on Saturday

    The Score "Georgia hasn't scored a touchdown in over 120 minutes of action, and are coming off a four-interception performance by third-string quarterback Faton Bauta in his first career start last week against Florida. The Bulldogs host Kentucky this Saturday, and with a starter yet to be named between..." November 05

  • Ex-Florida State QB John Franklin III commits to transfer to Auburn

    CBS Sports "Auburn boosted its quarterback depth for 2016 on Wednesday with the addition of former Florida State quarterback John Franklin III to its recruiting class. Franklin suffered an injury in the spring and chose to transfer to East Mississippi Community College after Everett Golson announced his..." November 04

  • Florida QB Will Grier appeals NCAA suspension

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Florida quarterback Will Grier has filed an appeal of his 12-month suspension for violating the NCAA’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs, reported Wednesday, citing an unidentified source. The redshirt freshman from Davidson, N.C., helped lead the Gators to a 6-0 start, but..." November 04

  • Auburn wide receiver Stanton Truitt out for season after surgery

    Alabama "Freshman wide receiver Stanton Truitt will be out for the rest of the season after undergoing shoulder surgery, Auburn coach Gus Malzahn said in his weekly Tuesday press conference. Truitt, who burned his redshirt against Louisiana Tech, had played in two games, catching two passes for 13..." November 04

  • Two Georgia freshmen football players suspended after arrests on marijuana charges

    Athens Banner-Herald "Georgia freshmen football players Natrez Patrick and Chauncey Rivers were arrested early Wednesday morning on a possession of marijuana charge. They are suspended for Saturday's game against Kentucky. A first violation of Georgia’s drug policy triggers an automatic one game-suspension. "They..." November 04

  • Kyler Murray keeps his starting job, as Texas A&M quarterback situation settles

    The Statesman "Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin announced Tuesday that freshman Kyler Murray will remain the starting quarterback for the Aggies. “He’s got talent. I think everyone can see that,” Sumlin said of Murray. Next up for the Aggies is Auburn. The Tigers defensive coordinator is Will Muschamp, the..." November 04

  • Changes are likely coming at Georgia

    Dawg Nation "Georgia coach Mark Richt spoke from his heart and talked passionately when he was asked some tough and pointed questions at his weekly news conference Tuesday. But as much as he meant what he said, what he said wasn’t entirely true. “What we’ve done to this point really doesn’t define us as..." November 04

  • Clemson, LSU, Ohio State and Alabama top four in CFP rankings

    ESPN "Being undefeated doesn't guarantee you a spot in the top four of the College Football Playoff as Alabama at 7-1 joins undefeated Clemson (No. 1) , LSU (No. 2) and defending champion Ohio State (No. 3) atop the season's first rankings. Though ranked seventh in the AP poll, the Tide leaped over..." November 03

  • Source: Major Georgia boosters have lost faith in Mark Richt

    Fox Sports - College Football "After another blowout loss -- this one a 27-3 thumping at the hands of Florida and its first-year head coach Jim McElwain -- the support for longtime Georgia head coach Mark Richt has eroded significantly among UGA power brokers, a source told FOX Sports on Monday. There had been some chatter..." November 03

  • Sony Michel played through broken bone in hand

    Dawg Nation "Maybe it wasn’t why Georgia struggled to run the ball against Florida on Saturday. It does, however, explain why its starting tailback didn’t get more carries. Sony Michel broke a bone in his hand on either the first or second play of the game – head coach Mark Richt couldn’t remember for sure..." November 02

  • Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk suspended for remainder of season

    Kansas City Star "Less than a week after being reinstated from a monthlong suspension, Missouri junior quarterback Maty Mauk was suspended for the season Sunday by coach Gary Pinkel. Pinkel’s decision, citing disciplinary reasons, was announced in a release from the MU athletic department. Mauk was suspended..." November 02

  • Auburn quarterback Sean White injured, will be game-time decision against Ole Miss

    Alabama "Auburn quarterback Sean White was injured last week against Arkansas and may not start today against Ole Miss, according to the school. Former starter Jeremy Johnson is expected to start in White's place if the redshirt freshman is unable to play at 11 a.m. CT on ESPN. A decision will be made..." October 31

  • Report: Ole Miss standout Robert Nkemdiche expected back for Auburn

    Alabama "Preseason All-American Robert Nkemdiche is expected to return against Auburn this weekend, according to The Clarion-Ledger, which cites Rebels defensive coordinator Dave Wommack. Nkemdiche has been suffering from concussion-like symptoms since leaving Ole Miss' game with Memphis Oct. 17. He was..." October 29

  • Four-star DE Antonneous Clayton commits to Florida

    SI - College Football "Four-star defensive end recruit Antonneous Clayton of Vienna, GA announced his commitment to the Florida Gators on Wednesday morning. “Had a great ride and I wanna [sic] thank all coaches for recruiting, but I decided to commit to university of Florida,” he posted on Twitter. Clayton is the..." October 29

  • LSU players dove in to flood waters to help two strangers

    Sporting News - NCAAF "LSU quarterback Brandon Harris and his receiver Malachi Dupre connected on a 55-yard touchdown pass Saturday night, but that wasn't even their best teamwork of the weekend. On Sunday, the two helped a woman and her son whose car was overtaken by flood waters. The son, who is diabetic, left his..." October 28

  • Texas A&M reopening QB battle between Allen, Murray, Hubenak

    CBS Sports "Only days after Kyle Allen only managed to lead Texas A&M to three points against Ole Miss despite the Aggies' defense forcing four turnovers, coach Kevin Sumlin told reporters that he would have to re-earn the starting quarterback job in a battle with backup Kyler Murray and third-stringer Joe..." October 27

  • Quarterback Maty Mauk cleared to rejoin Tigers

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk was reinstated Sunday after serving what amounted to a four-week suspension for violating undisclosed team rules, multiple sources told the Post-Dispatch. Mauk has rejoined team activities during MU's bye week, but it’s unclear if he’ll play in the Tigers' next..." October 27

  • Past Auburn administrations had little patience for last place

    Alabama "It's probably premature to talk about Gus Malzahn's future. We're only halfway through the conference season so there's plenty of time for his third Auburn team, which stands at 4-3 overall and 1-3 in the league, to pick itself up out of the SEC West cellar. A look back, though, shows that..." October 26

  • Report: Brian Kelly, Kevin Sumlin, Jim Mora 'open' to NFL coaching jobs

    The Score "Three of the highest-profile coaches in college football could have their eyes on going pro. Notre Dame's Brian Kelly, Texas A&M's Kevin Sumlin, and UCLA's Jim Mora are all "open" to potential head-coaching jobs in the NFL, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapaport." October 26

  • Arkansas RB Rawleigh Williams out indefinitely after neck surgery

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Arkansas running back Rawleigh Williams underwent neck surgery Saturday evening after he was carted off the field with a neck injury against Auburn. The freshman running back tweeted Sunday that he's expected to make a full recovery. Arkansas released a statement Sunday afternoon and said..." October 26

  • Report: Ole Miss DT Robert Nkemdiche cleared to play against Texas A&M

    Fox Sports - College Football "Ole Miss got some good news Thursday night as star defensive tackle Robert Nkemdiche has reportedly been cleared to return to against Texas A&M this weekend. Nkemdiche was taken out of the game after suffering a concussion in the first half of last week's loss to Memphis and did not return to..." October 24

  • Report: Mississippi State CB Will Redmond out for season with torn ACL

    SI - College Football "Mississippi State senior cornerback Will Redmond has a torn ACL and is likely to miss the remainder of the season, reports Michael Bonner of the Clarion-Ledger. Redmond reportedly sustained the injury in Wednesday’s practice. Redmond leads the Bulldogs defense with two interceptions, and..." October 24

  • Nick Chubb undergoes knee surgery, UGA 'optimistic for a full recovery'

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Running back Nick Chubb underwent successful surgery on his knee Friday and is expected to fully recover, the University of Georgia announced. "We are very pleased with the surgery and the procedure went extremely well," said Ron Courson, a UGA senior associate athletic director. "Following his..." October 24

  • Nick Saban says Alabama fans should be more like Texas A&M fans

    Larry Brown Sports "Nick Saban thinks Alabama fans should make Bryant-Denny Stadium more like Texas A&M’s Kyle Field. Saban made the remarks on his radio show Thursday, complimenting the Aggies fans on the atmosphere they created, and suggesting that Alabama fans take notes. “You talk about loud. You talk about..." October 23

  • Former Alabama RB Altee Tenpenny fired gun in street days before death

    Alabama "Days before his death, Altee Tenpenny walked into oncoming traffic with a loaded handgun outside a police administration building, according to police. Tenpenny claimed the gun belonged to a teammate. Tenpenny, who police observed with a "strong odor of an alcoholic beverage" on his breath,..." October 22

  • Could Rich Rodriguez Replace Steve Spurrier at South Carolina?

    The Big Lead "Steve Spurrier retired. The South Carolina Gamecocks will be replacing him this winter. ESPN’s Travis Haney has thrown out an interesting name for the position: Rich Rodriguez. Rodriguez did not immediately come to mind when I started to think about potential candidates for South Carolina. I..." October 22

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