Southeastern RUMORS & NEWS

  • Vandy officially adds two Stanford transfers, including OC’s son

    College Football Talk "In January, Vanderbilt announced that Stanford defensive coordinator Derek Mason had been hired as the Commodores’ new head coach. In mid-June, it was reported that Mason had added a former Cardinal to his new roster. A month later, the pipeline from The Farm has officially produced not one but..." July 11

  • LSU gets re-commitment from East St. John's Xavier Lewis

    Shreveport Times "For the second time, East St. John's Xavier Lewis has given LSU an oral commitment to sign a football scholarship with the Tigers. Lewis, a 5-foot-10, 180-pound cornerback, announced his decision on ESPNU on Tuesday night. "My decision was based on coaches' trust, the stadium, the crowd,..." July 09

  • Florida cornerback Damon Arnette commits to South Carolina

    The Post and Courier "Defensive back Damon Arnette of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., who was on the verge of committing to South Carolina following a visit last month, followed through on those plans Tuesday night when he announced his commitment on Twitter. Arnette is the 21st commitment for USC's 2015 class and the fifth..." July 09

  • Oakland linebacker Josh Smith commits to Vanderbilt

    Tennessean "The Smith brothers will play together again. Oakland senior Josh Smith on Tuesday night committed to Vanderbilt, where he will join his older brother, Emmanuel, who will be a freshman safety for the Commodores in the fall. The younger Smith made his announcement on ESPNU during "The..." July 09

  • Tennessee freshman DT injured in car accident

    College Football Talk "One member of Tennessee’s Class of 2014 was injured in a car accident Sunday. Fortunately, it seems the damage done by the vehicle accident appears to be nothing much more than broken bones. According to Chattanooga Times Free Press, defensive tackle Charles Mosley was injured in the accident..." July 07

  • South Carolina player organizes free football clinic for kids

    College Football Talk "We happen to share plenty of the negative stories surrounding college football players in the offseason, so it is refreshing to be able to share a positive story. Kaiwan Lewis, a starting linebacker at South Carolina, took it upon himself to organize a free football clinic for the Pleasantville..." July 07

  • Report: Alabama RB Kenyan Drake charged with entering crime scene

    Tuscaloosa News "University of Alabama running back Kenyan Drake was arrested early Saturday after ignoring police orders to stay away from a crime scene, according to Tuscaloosa Police. Drake was at the downtown Temerson Square area around 1 a.m. Saturday when a Tuscaloosa Police officer shot at a man they..." July 06

  • OL Brandon Hill tweets he’s leaving ‘Bama

    College Football Talk "On the day before the Fourth of July, one member of the Alabama Crimson Tide declared his independence from Nick Saban‘s squad. In a couple of tweets posted to his Twitter account, Brandon Hill revealed that he has been granted a release from his UA scholarship. There was no word on to where..." July 05

  • Razorbacks ‘part ways’ with WR D’Arthur Cowan

    College Football Talk "Pruning season across the college football landscape continues this holiday, with word that Arkansas is latest to shear a player from its roster. During a radio interview Thursday night, head coach Bret Bielema revealed that wide receiver D’Arthur Cowan is no longer a part of his football team...." July 05

  • Northside football star Chance Hall picks Tennessee

    The Roanoke Times "As he wrapped up preparations for the press conference where he would announce his college choice, Northside football standout Chance Hall dispatched his mother in search of hats for Tennessee and Vanderbilt. Donna Hall drove all the way to Gatlinburg, Tenn., on Wednesday before she could find..." July 03

  • Former Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham joins Oklahoma

    Kansas City Star "Former Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham will enroll at Oklahoma, Sooners football coach Bob Stoops announced on Thursday. Green-Beckham, who was dismissed from Missouri after a series of off-field troubles after two seasons, will sit out this season and become eligible to play for..." July 03

  • Two Texas A&M players suspended from team after bar, parking lot brawl

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Two starters from the Texas A&M defense have been suspended from team activities after being charged with misdemeanors related to an April fight. Cornerback Deshazor Everett and safety Floyd Raven turned themselves in to authorities over the weekend and face charges for assault causing bodily..." July 02

  • Texas A&M QB competition a two horse race

    College Football Talk "Who will be the successor to Johnny Manziel at Texas A&M? This is one of the biggest questions surrounding the Aggies entering year three as a member of the SEC. So who will it be? It looks like a two-man competition, which was evident once Matt Joeckel decided to transfer (to TCU) in May. Kyle..." July 02

  • Aggie OL Ishmael Wilson transferring to Baylor

    Waco Trib "With his mother suffering in Dallas with kidney failure, Ishmael Wilson wanted to get closer to home. The redshirt freshman offensive tackle is transferring from Texas A&M to Baylor, and plans to arrive on campus next week in time for the second summer session. “College Station is just too..." July 02

  • Ex-Alabama football star gets help to pay $10,000 in student loans

    CBSSports.com "Former Alabama football star Tyrone Prothro, who testified at the Ed O'Bannon trial that he owes $10,000 in student loans, has help from an environmental cleanup company in Birmingham, Ala., to relieve the debt he says he accumulated in college. Shannon Riley, CEO of One Stop Environmental,..." July 02

  • 2014 Florida calendar features Aaron Hernandez

    Pro Football Talk "The Lions finally have someone they can laugh at regarding calendar blunders. Anyone who purchased the 2014 University of Florida calendar and flipped the page to July today saw an oversized image of former Gators tight end Aaron Hernandez. Via the Associated Press, school officials claim..." July 01

  • Police suspect alcohol and not wearing seatbelt contributied to Lutzenkirchen’s death

    College Football Talk "Police in Georgia investigating a fatal car accident taking the life of former Auburn tight end Philip Lutzenkirchen suspect alcohol was tied to the accident. According to information obtained by AL.com Monday, police believe alcohol was consumed by all four people in the car that spun out of..." July 01

  • Auburn CB Jonathon Mincy charged with marijuana possession

    CBSSports.com "Auburn senior cornerback Jonathon Mincy was arrested Friday and charged with second-degree marijuana possession, as first reported by the Dothan Eagle. Mincy was a backseat passenger in a vehicle pulled over by Henry County law enforcement for doing 92 in a 65 miles-per-hour zone near..." June 30

  • Auburn great Lutzenkirchen dies in accident

    247 Sports "Philip Lutzenkirchen, a member of the 2010 Auburn national championship team and one of the most beloved players in recent Tigers history, died in an automobile accident early Sunday morning, AuburnUndercover has learned. He was 23. According to the Columbus (Ga.) Ledger-Enquirer,..." June 30

  • 2015 QB recruit who gave USC a verbal when he was 13 decommits

    College Football Talk "It appears the speculation has, finally come to fruition. In February of 2010 and as a 13-year-old seventh grader, David Sills verbally committed to — eventually — play his college football at USC. Fast-forward to September of last year and the firing of the head coach to whom Sills committed,..." June 29

  • Auburn’s Jonathon Mincy popped for pot possession

    College Football Talk "Oh these wacky kids and their, well, wacky weed. The latest player to set the “Days Without An Arrest” ticker back to double zeroes is Jonathon Mincy, the Auburn defensive back who was arrested at some point Friday and charged with (gasp!) marijuana possession in the second degree. Lest the..." June 28

  • Ole Miss' Golson arrested for disorderly conduct

    Biloxi Sun Herald "Ole Miss defensive back Senquez Golson was arrested early Sunday by Gautier police on a charge of disorderly conduct. Gautier Police Department spokesman Jerry Cooksey said Wednesday that Golson was picked up at 4:50 a.m. Sunday morning on Chestwood Drive. "The officer was in the midst of a..." June 26

  • Two Mississippi State players no longer on football team

    The Clarion-Ledger "Jordan Washington and Artimus Samuel are no longer on the Mississippi State's football team according to a team official. Washington was originally suspended indefinitely after he was arrested in April and charged with burglary and robbery. Washington, a defensive lineman, did not play last..." June 26

  • Spurrier: Nick Saban hasn't won as much as he should at Alabama

    Fox Sports "Steve Spurrier is one of college football's true gems. The South Carolina coach isn't afraid to give his honest opinion, even if that means having a little fun at a rival's expense or jokingly suggesting Alabama should be forced to sit out a year of recruiting if the SEC is concerned about..." June 24

  • Tight end Jalen Harris commits to Auburn

    Alabama.com "Auburn has landed its 17th member of the 2015 recruiting class. Three-star tight end prospect Jalen Harris announced his commitment to the Tigers Tuesday night during a ceremony at Montgomery's St. James School. His other finalists were Alabama, LSU, Miami and Vanderbilt. Harris, who is..." June 24

  • Oakland's Kyle Oliver commits to Tennessee

    DNJ "Kyle Oliver ended his recruitment Sunday night with one phone call. His decision? He wants to be the next brick for Tennessee and coach Butch Jones. “I was (at Tennessee on Saturday) for the Orange Carpet Day,” said Oliver, who told Jones he was committing during a late-night conversation..." June 24

  • 4-star offensive lineman Tyler Carr commit to Auburn over Alabama

    Alabama.com "At 10:30 a.m., Southside-Gadsden's Tyler Carr will announce his college choice. His finalists are Alabama and Auburn, and the 4-star offensive lineman appears to be torn the day before his decision." June 24

  • Texas A&M gets cleats from Snoop Lion, and they're ferocious

    Fox Sports Southwest "Reveille better watch his back in College Station. There's a lion on campus. OK. That's a bit of an exaggeration, but Snoop Lion did make his presence known to the Texas A&M football team. The rapper sent a pair of exclusive "Snoop Cleats"€ to Coach Kevin Sumlin and the team, and they're..." June 23

  • Florida transfer TE could be looking to play closer to home

    College Football Talk "All has not exactly gone to plan for tight end Colin Thompson. Two years at Florida have been littered with injuries, limiting him to appear in just three games combined between the last two football seasons since committing to play for the Gators. Now the Pennsylvania native could be looking to..." June 23

  • Ex-Alabama RB Alvin Kamara commits to Tennessee

    CBSSports.com "Tennessee got some good news on the recruiting front over the weekend, landing a commitment from Alvin Kamara, one of the top junior college prospects in the 2015 class. Kamara transferred from Alabama in January and joined the program at Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College with plans of..." June 22

  • Injured Gators' tight end Colin Thompson to transfer

    Orlando Sentinel "Gators' tight end Colin Thompson has decided to transfer following two injury plagued seasons at UF, the school confirmed. Thompson, 21, was a highly rated prospect out of Warminsiter, Pa., but never made a catch for coach Will Muschamp because of multiple foot injuries. Thompson's decision..." June 21

  • Former Alabama RB Alvin Kamara now headed to one of Tide's biggest rivals

    Alabama.com "After one season at Alabama, former top prospect Alvin Kamara is headed to one of the Crimson Tide's top rivals. The running back confirmed the chatter on Twitter by announcing he'll play at Tennessee. Kamara redshirted his freshman year in Tuscaloosa with a loaded depth chart at running..." June 21

  • UK football player's marijuana citation dismissed

    USA Today "University of Kentucky defensive end Jason Hatcher's marijuana possession charge was dismissed in Jefferson District Court after the sophomore from Trinity High School completed a marijuana education course, according to court records. "He's never had any sort of criminal charge before in his..." June 21

  • Greg Little, Allen’s No. 1 nationally-ranked 2016 offensive lineman commits to Texas A&M

    Dallas Morning News "Greg Little, a junior offensive lineman from Allen High and one of the top ranked recruits in the class of 2016, has made his oral commitment to play football for Texas A&M University. Currently, the offensive tackle sits as the No. 1 prospect in the class of 2016, according to..." June 21

  • MSU commit Keith Joseph, Jr. following in father's footsteps

    The Clarion-Ledger "Pascagoula defensive end Keith Joseph, Jr. has long been pegged as a Mississippi State commitment years before his own recruitment took off. His father, Keith Joseph, Sr., was a defensive end for the Bulldogs in the early 1990s. The two built a bond around football and now, around a school and..." June 20

  • Former Washington WR Damore'ea Stringfellow tweets he's heading to Ole Miss

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Damore'ea Stringfellow looks to be an Ole Miss Rebel. The former Washington WR tweeted Thursday night that he was heading to Oxford, Miss. and also changed his Twitter background to a picture of the Ole Miss flag. Stringfellow left Washington after the 2013 season when he was charged with..." June 20

  • LB Richard Moore joins DaMarkus Lodge as duo commits to Texas A&M

    Dallas Morning News "Cedar Hill wide receiver DaMarkus Lodge, a five-star prospect according to various recruiting services, tweeted Thursday that he's committed to the Texas A&M Aggies. But that's not all. Lodge's teammate, linebacker Richard Moore, also verbally committed to the Aggies. Moore (6-3, 195) is ranked..." June 19

  • 4-star quarterback Blake Barnett commits to Alabama

    Alabama.com ""When I went down there, I absolutely fell in love with the coaches, with the school itself. I think Alabama's the place for me. I think it's the place that's going to develop me as a person and as an athlete," Barnett told Bleacher Report. Barnett visited Alabama late last week with his..." June 19

  • Ex-Gator Marqui Hawkins to transfer to AUB

    NCAA Football Zone "Earlier it was reported that Freshman Marqui Hawkins would be transferring from Florida. We have learned that his new destination will be UAB. Hawkins will have to sit out a year before he can continue his career at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Conference USA." June 17

  • AU's Grimes: Golson won't be eligible until 2015

    The Anniston Star "Austin Golson will have to wait until next spring to start establishing himself on Auburn’s offensive line. Golson, who transferred from Ole Miss and enrolled at Auburn last month, had hoped to be granted a hardship waiver from the NCAA. Had that occurred, it would have made him eligible to play..." June 17

  • Utes officially lose QB, could gain ex-Gamecocks CB

    College Football Talk "A handful of days after it was first reported, Utah officials have confirmed to the Deseret News that quarterback Micah Thomas has left the football program and will transfer to an unknown university to continue his collegiate playing career. The decision to leave the Utes came down to playing..." June 17

  • Opelika DE Quandeski Whitlow commits to South Carolina

    Alabama.com "It isn't too far from home, it's in the SEC and it just felt right. After visiting South Carolina and landing a scholarship offer this past weekend, Quandeski Whitlow didn't have to wait long to know that's where he wanted to be. The 6-foot-3, 220-pound defensive end from Opelika High School..." June 17

  • Georgia dad goes off on all the kids getting kicked off team

    Fox Sports "Tray Matthews was kicked off the Georgia football team on June 3, becoming the latest Bulldog to leave the program in trouble. Matthews will land at Auburn, it appears, but that doesn't make anything better on Georgia's end. Since the end of last season, three players have left the program on..." June 17

  • Aggies land verbal commitment from Plano East DE/LB Landis Durham

    Plano Star Courier "Around 2 p.m. Sunday, Texas A&M head football coach Kevin Sumlin sent out his customary "#YESSIR!" tweet, generally reserved for when the Aggies pick up a commitment from a recruit. Roughly 10 minutes later, it was revealed that the tweet was regarding Plano East senior-to-be Landis Durham, who..." June 17

  • Reports: Stanford TE Davis Dudchock transfers to Vanderbilt

    Tennessean "Stanford tight end Davis Dudchock will transfer to Vanderbilt for his fifth year of eligibility, according to reports. The Stanford Daily, 247SPORTS and other outlets reported earlier today that Dudchock was not included on the 2014 Stanford roster and has enrolled in graduate school at..." June 16

  • Former Georgia safety Tray Matthews announces intent to transfer to Auburn

    Alabama.com "Gus Malzahn isn't shy about giving players a second chance. Former Georgia safety Tray Matthews announced his intention to transfer to Auburn on Saturday, making Matthews the second major SEC transfer of this offseason to land on the Plains. Matthews, who was dismissed by Georgia coach Mark..." June 14

  • LSU coach Les Miles would 'love' to see his son play for Michigan

    Detroit News "LSU football coach Les Miles wasn’t sure where to stand, where to sit. Miles attended the first day of the Sound Mind Sound Body camp on Thursday at Chandler Park Academy but not in the same role as some of his Division I colleagues like Michigan State’s Mark Dantonio and Minnesota’s Jerry..." June 14

  • Report: Rutgers lands ex-LSU QB Hayden Rettig

    College Football Talk "Earlier this week it was reported that Hayden Rettig would be visiting Piscataway as he attempted to determine his next step at the collegiate level. Just three days later, it appears the former LSU quarterback had one helluva trip to New Jersey. While the school has yet to confirm it, Bruce..." June 14

  • Possibility of injured Carl Lawson missing 2014 season 'not in thought process' for family

    Alabama.com "Auburn is taking a wait-and-see approach with defensive end Carl Lawson, who recently underwent a procedure to repair damage in his left knee. The extent of the surgery performed by Dr. James Andrews has not been revealed, but missing the entire 2014 season is "not in the thought process" for..." June 14

  • Sources: Possible recruiting violation preceded Joker Phillips' resignation at Florida

    Yahoo! Sports "Former University of Florida wide receivers coach Joker Phillips resigned this week after the NCAA received a photo of the coach sitting in a restaurant with a high school recruit during a mandated dead period in recruiting, multiple sources told Yahoo Sports. Three sources told Yahoo Sports..." June 14

  • LSU lands a 2015 commitment from QB Justin McMillan

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "Cedar Hill, Texas, quarterback Justin McMillan committed to LSU Wednesday as a member of the 2015 class. His commitment comes less than two weeks before the expected decision by his five-star wide receiver teammate DaMarkus Lodge, who is considering LSU, Alabama, and Texas A&M, among others." June 12

  • Ex-Alabama star says he still owes nearly $10,000 in student loans

    CBSSports.com ""The Catch" came up on the monitor. Tyrone Prothro, sitting on the witness stand wearing a dress shirt with an Alabama Crimson Tide elephant, smiled and enjoyed seeing what he used to do. The play in 2005 is still one of the most remarkable catches in recent college football history. Prothro, a..." June 12

  • Joker Phillips resigns as Florida's wide receivers coach

    SI.com "Florida wide receivers coach Joker Phillips has resigned, the school announced on Wednesday. Phillips, who was Kentucky's head coach from 2010-12, came to Florida after being fired in Lexington. Gators coach Will Muschamp moved quickly to replace Phillips, elevating former Florida quarterback..." June 11

  • MSU continues to add size with Farrod Green in 2015

    The Clarion-Ledger "Wesson native Farrod Green became the 17th prospect to give his verbal to Mississippi State in the class of 2015. But more than 17, there is a different number to focus on -- height. Within the last week MSU received two commitments from tight ends 6-foot-4 or taller. Green, a three-star..." June 11

  • DB Ryan Bartow commits to UGA, per report

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "UGA picked up commit No. 10 with cornerback Deandre Baker of Miami on Wednesday, according to 247sports.com’s Ryan Bartow. Baker is a 3-star from Northwestern High School in Miami. He is rated as the No. 102 overall prospect out of Florida." June 11

  • LSU DB Jalen Mills charged with 2nd-degree battery

    CBSSports.com "LSU rising junior defensive back Jalen Mills was arrested early Wednesday morning and charged with second-degree battery, multiple outlets reported. According to the Baton Rouge police's probable cause report cited by CBS affiliate WAFB, Mills stands accused of punching a female victim in the..." June 11

  • Quarterback Quinten Dormady Commits to the Vols

    Rocky Top Talk "Fast rising Texas quarterback Quinten Dormady committed to Tennessee today over rival Alabama. It could have been a side trip to Calhoun's, a meeting with ESPN commentator Jon Gruden, or a tour of the breathtaking facilities in Knoxville, but whatever the case, it was enough for pro-style..." June 10

  • Hayden Rettig to take official visit to Rutgers Tuesday, per report

    Newark Star-Ledger "According to Bruce Feldman, CBS Sports senior college football columnist, former LSU quarterback Hayden Rettig will take an official visit to Rutgers, beginning Tuesday. A 6-3, 220-pound pro-style quarterback, Rettig signed to LSU out of Cathedral high school (Los Angeles, Ca.) in 2013. He was..." June 10

  • Ty Isaac gaining immediate transfer eligibility at Michigan may be tough, compliance experts say

    Michigan Live "Michigan landed a major offseason score Thursday when former USC running back Ty Isaac announced his plans to become a Wolverine, beginning this season. The 6-foot-3, 225-pound Isaac is a former five-star recruit, was considered a top-30 player in the 2013 class and was a player Michigan nearly..." June 08

  • Louisville WR and Kentucky DE busted for pot possession

    College Football Talk "Louisville wide receiver James Quick and Kentucky defensive end Jason Hatcher, former high school teammates, were cited for possession of marijuana on May 26, according to a report by The Courier-Journal. Louisville’s university police cited the two after authorities responded to a complaint about..." June 08

  • Alabama LB Rashaan Evans honed his speed, athleticism by running with horses

    Alabama.com "The first time Rashaan Evans shows off his speed, flies around the edge and sacks an opposing quarterback, the credit shouldn't just go to the scheme that put him in the proper place or the Alabama strength program that further enhanced his athleticism. Save some of that praise for..." June 08

  • Auburn rewards Gus Malzahn, staff, Bruce Pearl in new deals

    Auburn Tigers "Auburn football coach Gus Malzahn and his assistants received raises and contract extensions following their run to the BCS Championship Game, while new basketball coach Bruce Pearl has signed his six-year contract that includes a $500,000 signing bonus, the school announced Friday. Malzahn's..." June 07

  • Georgia adds transfer receiver from NC State who has waited for this opportunity

    College Football Talk "While Georgia head coach Mark Richt is working through some headaches with his roster this offseason, he is also adding an option in the receiving game. Wide receiver Charlie Hegedus has completed his transfer from NC State and will join Georgia in time to begin summer workouts in Athens. 247..." June 06

  • Derek Mason carries Saban-sized expectations to Vanderbilt

    CBSSports.com "Derek Mason packed two suits for a business trip in January. This had nothing to do with diversifying his fabric game and everything to do with symbolism. The blue suit was for a job interview with Vanderbilt on a Thursday in northern Atlanta, the other was this black suit he wore from a Vandy..." June 06

  • Four Georgia Bulldogs get day in court

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Safety Tray Matthews, defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor, defensive end James DeLoach and wide receiver Uriah LeMay were arraigned in state court Thursday afternoon following charges of theft by deception in March while all were University of Georgia football players. Judge Ethelyn Simpson..." June 06

  • Two of three injured Alabama players cleared for football activity

    College Football Talk "Nick Saban feels optimistic about a couple of Alabama football players rehabbing from injuries that cut the availability of each during the spring, but one player still has a long way to go before contributing to the Crimson Tide in 2014. The head coach shared injury updates on cornerback Eddie..." June 05

  • Former Clemson QB Chad Kelly visits Alabama

    Alabama.com "Former Clemson quarterback Chad Kelly visited Alabama this weekend. Kelly, the nephew of former Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly, posted a photo on his Facebook account from his unofficial visit to Alabama. He visited the school with a few of his East Mississippi Community College teammates,..." June 05

  • Gamecocks sophomore receiver Jody Fuller is transferring from program

    The Post and Courier "South Carolina sophomore receiver Jody Fuller will transfer from the program in search of more playing time, according to a Wednesday report from The State. Fuller, a former four-star prospect, played in only one game last season. He was listed with the Gamecocks' third-team unit entering the..." June 05

  • Rebels lose Chief Brown for the 2014 season

    Biloxi Sun Herald "The Clarion Ledger reported Tuesday that Ole Miss defensive back Chief Brown will miss the season after tearing his Achilles' heel during an off-season workout. Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze told the Clarion Ledger that Brown tore his Achilles, an injury that typically requires a six to..." June 05

  • Malik Brown says joining Syracuse football is possible after transfer from Tennessee

    Syracuse.com "When Doug Marrone left Syracuse to become head coach of the Buffalo Bills last offseason, the Orange lost verbal commitment Malik Brown as well. The three-star defensive end flipped to Tennessee, citing Marrone's departure, along with that of assistants John Anselmo and Steve Morrison, as the..." June 04

  • DT Kingsley Keke commits to the Texas A&M Aggies

    SB Nation "The Texas A&M Aggies needed some good news on Wednesday after the high-profile arrests of two players on Tuesday for aggravated robbery and got it with the commitment of Houston (Texas) George Ranch defensive tackle Kinglsey Keke. Rated as a consensus three-star prospect, Keke has a rating of..." June 04

  • Hallandale linebacker Juwan Taylor commits to Georgia

    South Florida Sun Sentinel "Hallandale linebacker Juwan Taylor has gone from an unknown to a future SEC player in the span of a month. Taylor committed to Georgia on Tuesday, picking the Bulldogs over offers from LSU, Wisconsin and Clemson. Taylor entered the spring evaluation period with just one scholarship offer..." June 04

  • LSU QB Stephen Rivers officially transfers to Vandy

    Tennessean "Vanderbilt has bolstered its depth at quarterback, announcing the transfer of former LSU quarterback Stephen Rivers. Rivers, 6-6, 230, has two years of eligibility remaining. He completed an undergraduate degree at LSU in May, was granted the waiver to join Vanderbilt late Tuesday by the..." June 04

  • Georgia safety Tray Matthews announces he's leaving the Bulldogs

    Times Free Press "Georgia safety Tray Matthews has posted on his Twitter feed that he is leaving the Bulldogs. He posted Tuesday afternoon: "I'm sorry UGA family.I swear to God I love yal.I'm crying right now but I won't forget." June 03

  • Texas A&M dismisses LB Darian Claiborne, DL Isaiah Golden

    Statesman "Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin announced Tuesday that he'd dismissed linebacker Darien Claiborne and Isaiah Golden from the football team. In a release to the media, Sumlin said: “These two individuals have failed to meet the high expectations and standards that we have for our football..." June 03

  • Alabama officially approves contract extension, raise for Nick Saban

    CBSSports.com "Nick Saban's new contract, which includes an extension and pay rise, was officially approved by Alabama's Board of Trustees on Tuesday. According to Michael Casagrande, of AL.com, the motion was passed unanimously to bump Saban's compensation to $6.5 million per year with a $400,000 completion..." June 03

  • Report: Miami discussing future game with Alabama or LSU

    College Football Talk "No we’re getting somewhere, schedule-wise. While the talks are said to be very preliminary, the Miami Herald‘s Barry Jackson writes that Miami “has been approached about opening the football season against Alabama in 2017 in Atlanta or LSU in 2018 in Arlington, Tex.” Jackson stresses that the..." June 03

  • LSU picks up commitment from 2016 Florida quarterback Feleipe Franks

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "LSU's strong weekend continued Sunday morning when the Tigers picked up a commitment from 2016 quarterback Feleipe Franks." June 03

  • Speaks: Missed phone call pushed me away from LSU

    The Clarion-Ledger "The day Breeland Speaks waited months for finally arrived. Hours after his graduation on Wednesday, Speaks and fellow Ole Miss signee Dayall Harris headed to Oxford to begin their college careers. And to think, none of this would have happened had Speaks flipped his commitment to LSU following..." June 03

  • Catholic-Baton Rouge running back Derrius Guice commits to LSU

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "Catholic-Baton Rouge running back Derrius Guice committed to LSU on Saturday at the Bayou Picnic in Baton Rouge. Before deciding on LSU, the class of 2015 prospect had narrowed his choices to Texas, Tulane, LSU and Alabama in March." June 03

  • 4-star Louisiana defensive tackle T.D. Moton commits to Alabama

    Alabama.com "Alabama has picked up its 18th verbal commitment of the 2015 class from Shreveport, La., defensive tackle T.D. Moton. Moton announced his commitment on his Twitter account. The 6-foot-3, 310-pound Moton was visiting Tuscaloosa for its first summer camp. Moton, who attends Woodlawn High..." June 03

  • Florida fullback Chandler Cox commits to Auburn

    Alabama.com "Auburn picked up a commitment from Apopka, Fla., fullback Chandler Cox on Saturday. He announced the commitment on his Twitter page. "Auburn was there all along," Cox told 247Sports.com. "From the beginning I related with the coaches. Everything felt right about it." The 6-foot-1,..." June 03

  • Offensive lineman transfers to Arkansas from UNLV because of APR rule

    Yahoo! Sports "Cameron Jefferson is now an Arkansas Razorback. The former UNLV offensive lineman transferred to Arkansas Saturday and will be immediately eligible to play. He's eligible because UNLV is ineligible for a bowl game. “We're thrilled to add Cameron Jefferson to the Razorback football program,”..." June 02

  • LSU reserve quarterback Hayden Rettig to transfer

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "LSU redshirt freshman backup quarterback Hayden Rettig confirmed via phone Saturday that he will transfer to another school. Rettig was the No. 3 quarterback on the Tigers roster behind sophomore Anthony Jennings and freshman Brandon Harris. When contacted by NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune,..." June 01

  • Alabama desperate for 12th game in 2015, will 'take anybody'

    CBSSports.com "Bill Battle has tried everything. He's called dozens of teams. He's deployed help from ESPN and SEC. He's inquired about teams switching dates to come to Tuscaloosa. After all that, he still has one vacancy on Alabama's 2015 schedule. “Right now we'd take anybody,” Battle said. This..." May 30

  • No. 1 QB Kyler Murray Commits to Aggies

    ESPN.com "The nation's top-ranked high school quarterback is off the board now that No. 14 overall recruit Kyler Murray has committed to Texas A&M -- another huge recruiting victory for the Aggies. Murray, who picked A&M over Oregon and Auburn, chose to follow in the footsteps of his father, Kevin, who..." May 30

  • Georgia Coach: ‘We’re not thinking redshirt at all for’ Keith Marshall

    Macon Telegraph "Richt but the kibosh on any chance that junior tailback Keith Marshall, returning from ACL surgery, would redshirt this season. "Keith's working really hard. I don't think he has any limitations at all in his offseason conditioning," Richt said. "I don't anticipate him having any limitations..." May 29

  • Auburn linebacker allowed to rejoin team

    Alabama.com "Linebacker Anthony Swain has been reinstated with the team at Auburn and will rejoin the team for workouts, coach Gus Malzahn confirmed Wednesday. Swain missed all 15 practices in the spring due to a non-injury issue, which was cleared up late last week. Malzahn did not go into specifics on why..." May 29

  • Nick Saban would recruit openly gay player to Alabama

    College Football Talk "Would Alabama ever recruit a gay football player? If Nick Saban is the head coach, the answer is yes. The question has been a popular one this offseason, especially in light of the recent NFL Draft seeing Missouri defensive end Michael Sam make some history by becoming the first openly gay..." May 28

  • Riley Ferguson Leaving Tennessee Program

    Rocky Top Talk "Tennessee's quarterback derby has lost its redshirt freshman. Many expected Tennessee's four-man quarterback race during spring practice to become a three-man race sooner or later with the low man on the totem pole a potential transfer threat. But many also expected redshirt freshman Riley..." May 28

  • Georgia moves closer to scheduling Notre Dame

    Macon Telegraph "Georgia and Notre Dame are moving closer to a football series "later this decade," Georgia athletics director Greg McGarity said Tuesday. And while no deal is done, and McGarity cautioned that there could be snags, he made clear that he would be eager for it to happen. "I think it's an opponent..." May 27