Southeastern RUMORS & NEWS

  • Kellen Mond to Texas A&M: Aggies Land 4-Star QB Prospect

    Alabama "Texas A&M's push for Kellen Mond has paid off. After weeks of speculation, the dual-threat quarterback from San Antonio announced his commitment to the Aggies Monday night via Twitter. His other finalist was Auburn. "It is an honor to announce my commitment to the Texas A&M Aggies," Mond..." June 28

  • Report: Florida WR Alvin Bailey decides to transfer

    The Gainesville Sun "Florida redshirt junior wide receiver Alvin Bailey is transferring to another school, the university confirmed to The Sun on Monday. A four-star recruit in the 2013 class out of Seffner, Bailey contributed minimally during his three seasons at Florida. After redshirting his freshman season, he..." June 28

  • Four-star RB Kameron Martin joins Auburn after release from Baylor

    SI - College Football "Former Baylor signee Kameron Martin will join Auburn as an incoming freshman after Baylor released him from his national letter of intent last week, he announced on Twitter. Scout.com ranks the four-star running back as the No. 112 player in the recruiting class of 2016, the No. 6 player at..." June 28

  • Former South Carolina QB Mitch announces transfer to James Madison

    The Score "Former South Carolina starting quarterback Connor Mitch has declared via Twitter that he will be joining James Madison as a graduate transfer. Mitch opened the season as the GameCocks' starting quarterback in 2015 and started the first two games of the season before missing the rest of his..." June 28

  • Five-star ‘Bama signee set for second surgery in three months

    College Football Talk "Even as Lyndell Wilson has yet to play a down of college football, the highly-touted 2016 signee simply can’t buy an injury break. In late March, Wilson announced via Twitter that he would be undergoing surgery in short order to repair a torn labrum in one of his shoulders. Three months later,..." June 28

  • Mississippi WR Brandon Smith Announces Commitment To Iowa

    College Spun "Iowa doesn’t often make big recruiting splashes in the Deep South, but after a very strong 2015, the Hawkeyes are off to a very nice start on the recruiting trail. On Sunday night, three-star wide receiver Brandon Smith, a Mississippi native, announced his commitment to Kirk Ferentz’s program." June 27

  • 4-star WR Jhamon Ausbon commits to LSU

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "The Tigers continue to roll on the recruiting trail, with the latest addition to the group coming by way of IMG Academy wide receiver Jhamon Ausbon, as announced via Twitter Saturday evening. The physical, 6-feet-2, 215-pounder selected LSU over Texas A&M, following an unofficial visit last..." June 26

  • Auburn's Woody Barrett academically cleared to enroll

    SEC Country "The wait is almost over. Quarterback Woody Barrett has apparently cleared academic hurdles and is “all clear” for enrollment at Auburn, West Orange High coach Bob Head tells SEC Country. Barrett had yet to meet SAT requirements in January to be granted admission into Auburn University,..." June 24

  • Four-star LB Santino Marchiol commits to Texas A&M

    SI - College Football "Four-star linebacker Santino Marchiol has committed to Texas A&M, reports 247sports.com. Marchiol is the No. 29 linebacker prospect in the class of 2017, according to Scout. He is currently attending the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. Marchiol chose the Aggies over offers from Florida State,..." June 23

  • Report: Georgia CB dismissed for stealing $30 headphones

    College Spun "The Apple earbuds, those nearly ubiquitous white circular headphones that come with every iPhone, retail for $30. Georgia freshman cornerback Chad Clay was arrested for stealing a pair on June 20, and it cost him his career with the Bulldogs. On Wednesday night, Georgia announced Clay’s dismissal...." June 23

  • Former Alabama safety transferring to AAC school

    Alabama "Former Alabama safety Shawn Burgess-Becker is transferring to Central Florida, a source close to Burgess-Becker told AL.com. A Coconut Creek, Florida native, Burgess-Becker contributed on special teams as a true freshman for the Tide last season, playing in 13 games and making three tackles." June 23

  • Ex-Oklahoma RB Alex Ross transfers to Missouri

    SI - College Football "Former Oklahoma kick returner and running back Alex Ross has transferred to Missouri, the university announced. As a graduate transfer, he is eligible to play next season. Ross played in 36 games for the Sooners and was used mainly as a kickoff returner. He averaged 31.2 yards per return and..." June 23

  • Jeremy Pruitt is next million-dollar Alabama defensive coordinator

    Alabama "New Alabama defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt will save the program a little cash. Though he'll be one of the highest paid defensive coordinators in the country, his salary will be considerably less than his predecessor. The deal approved Tuesday will pay Pruitt $1 million a year and spans..." June 22

  • Vols receiver Vincent Perry ruled academically ineligible

    Knoxville News Sentinel "Tennessee redshirt freshman wide receiver Vincent Perry is academically ineligible for the 2016 season, UT athletics department spokesman Ryan Robinson said Wednesday. Robinson said Perry would still be able to practice with the team, but would not be allowed to play in games. He will also be..." June 22

  • Mom of Alabama RB Damien Harris apologizes for Facebook joke

    Gridiron Now "Alabama sophomore running back Damien Harris’ mother, Lynn, sent shockwaves through the Crimson Tide fan base Wednesday with a morning Facebook post announcing her son was transferring. “It is with a very light heart that I announce Damien has decided to leave the University of Alabama and..." June 22

  • Why the DA is dropping charges against Alabama's Cam Robinson, Hootie Jones

    CBS Sports "The charges against Alabama football players Cam Robinson and Hootie Jones stemming from a traffic stop on April 17 have been dropped by the district attorney in Louisiana's 4th district. Robinson, the star left tackle for the Crimson Tide, was facing two misdemeanor charges for possession of..." June 21

  • Georgia's Chubb says he'll be back for opener

    The Score "Georgia running back Nick Chubb expects to be on the field and in uniform when his team opens the 2016 season against North Carolina on Sept. 3. Chubb, who missed the last half of the 2015 season due to a torn PCL in his knee, has vowed to "be ready to play in Atlanta" on Labor Day..." June 21

  • Tennessee fills DL need as Kivon Bennett chooses Vols over Alabama, Ohio State

    SEC Country "Tennessee has more commits than any Power Five team in the FBS ranks, but more importantly, the Vols have addressed one of the more challenging position groups. Kivon “KB” Bennett, son of two-time AFC Defensive Player of the Year and three-time first-team Alabama All-American Cornelius Bennett,..." June 21

  • DA won't prosecute Alabama's Cam Robinson, Hootie Jones on weapons, drug charges

    Alabama "The legal situation facing two Alabama football players ended Monday. The district attorney in Monroe, La., decided not to pursue prosecution of Cam Robinson and Hootie Jones, AL.com confirmed. The district attorney did not find sufficient evidence to prosecute, according to the county..." June 20

  • Brandon Vandenburg found guilty in Vanderbilt rape retrial

    Tennessean "A jury found former Vanderbilt University football player Brandon Vandenburg guilty late Saturday in the rape of an unconscious woman in his dorm room nearly three years ago. The jury of seven women and five men deliberated 4½ hours before delivering the verdicts at about 8:20 p.m. Jurors found..." June 19

  • South Carolina DE Tre Lawson, No. 8 in Palmetto State, picks Tennessee

    SEC Country "Tre Lawson, South Carolina’s No. 8-ranked player in the 2017 class, has made a verbal commitment to sign with Tennessee. Lawson is a 6-foot-6, 247-pound defensive end at North Augusta High School who ranks No. 537 overall in the nation. UT assistant Steve Stripling was Lawson’s primary..." June 19

  • Tennessee ‘best fit’ for in-state DE

    247 Sports "After recently attending Tennessee’s satellite camps in Nashville, Tenn., and Jackson, Tenn., LaTrell Bumphus admitted he might be moving closer to making his college decision. He decided Saturday was the right time to do it. The three-star rising senior defensive end from Hardin County High..." June 19

  • Ole Miss lands 4-star LB Willie Gay Jr.

    The Score "Ole Miss increased its depth on defense Friday when four-star linebacker Willie Gay Jr. announced his commitment to the Rebels. At 6-foot-2, 215 pounds, Gay Jr. provides Ole Miss with the 153rd-ranked recruit on the ESPN 300. " June 18

  • Veteran defensive back transferring out of Alabama

    Alabama "A veteran defensive back is transferring out of Alabama's program. Senior Maurice Smith, who was in the mix to be the Tide's starting nickel back, is leaving and will join another program as a graduate transfer, a source told AL.com. The Sugar Land, Texas native was the first-team nickel..." June 18

  • Arkansas lands JUCO standout TE Jeremy Patton

    Today's U "Arkansas head football coach Bret Bielema is having a heck of a couple of days. Yesterday he received a pledge from Texas transfer Jake Raulerson and earlier on Friday he got a commitment from 3-star cornerback Jordon Curtis and now he has a commitment from junior college standout tight end Jeremy..." June 18

  • Four-star lineman Austin Troxell commits to Auburn

    Alabama "Four-star offensive tackle Austin Troxell committed to Auburn following his Saturday visit to the Plains with his parents, brother, sister and girlfriend. "I have committed to the University of Auburn, so I'm ready," Troxell said. "I'm ready to start my journey and be an Auburn Tiger... It's a..." June 18

  • Son of Kentucky great Craig Yeast pulls his UK football commitment

    Lexington Herald-Leader "The recent unraveling of the University of Kentucky football team’s 2017 recruiting class continued Thursday night when wide receiver Russ Yeast backed out of his commitment to the Wildcats. The latest de-commitment comes as a blow to Kentucky pride as Yeast is the son of Craig Yeast, a UK..." June 17

  • Trust Tennessee in 2016 When They Beat Someone

    The Big Lead "Tennessee will be a talked-about team this offseason. Some are touting the Vols as title contenders. They should be prevailing SEC East favorites. One suspects they will begin the 2016 season ranked in the Top 10. Tennessee is tempting, but don’t buy in, yet. The Vols went 9-4 last year. The..." June 16

  • LSU lifts ban on visiting marching band performances

    Sporting News - NCAAF "LSU is trying to save face. It lifted a controversial policy Wednesday that banned halftime performances from visiting marching bands at Tiger Stadium while the Tiger Band's field time was left untouched. The ban was originally put in place for safety and spatial reasons, but after receiving..." June 16

  • Robert Horry's son commits to Texas A&M as tight end

    College Spun "Will the son of Robert “Big Shot Bob” Horry become “Big Catch Camron?” Texas A&M fans are going to find out over the next few years. Camron Horry, a three-star tight end out of Katy, Texas, has committed to the Aggies, he announced via Twitter Tuesday." June 15

  • Auburn alum Charles Barkley has a sneaky plan to get Nick Saban stuck in Cuba

    Fox Sports "Charles Barkley has never been reluctant to share his love for Auburn. Having played three years of basketball at the university, it's easy to understand why he's still such a big supporter of the Tigers. It's also simple to see why Barkley (jokingly) wants to get rid of the coach that's given his..." June 15

  • Four-star offensive lineman D'Antne Demery chooses Georgia over Alabama

    Macon Telegraph "Georgia’s class of 2017 just got bigger in numbers and in size. Brunswick offensive lineman D’Antne Demery, a four-star recruit according to the 247Sports.com composite, announced his commitment to the Bulldogs early Wednesday afternoon. Demery is a 6-foot-5 and 319-pound prospect who fits the..." June 15

  • Tennessee Has Canceled Classes On Sept. 1 For Season Opener

    College Spun "Last month, the University of Tennessee announced that the football team’s season opener against Appalachian State had been moved up two days from Saturday, Sept. 3 to Thursday, Sept. 1. In order to accommodate the change, Tennessee is doing something it rarely does: canceling classes. The..." June 14

  • Four-star WR Tyrell Shavers commits to Alabama

    SI - College Football "Four-star wide receiver Tyrell Shavers has committed to Alabama, he announced Monday on Twitter. “I would like to thank all the coaches for giving me the opportunity to come and play football and attend their University,” Shavers wrote. “After talking with my family and coaches I am closing..." June 14

  • Rebels land future Landshark as LB Josh Clarke commits to Ole Miss

    Saturday Down South "Rumors of Ole Miss’ demise on the recruiting trail have proven to be greatly exaggerated, as the Rebels reached into LSU’s backyard and snagged a commit from New Orleans linebacker Josh Clarke Monday. The 6-foot-3, 225-pound Clarke in currently rated as a three-star recruit, the No. 32 outside..." June 14

  • Former Auburn RB Roc Thomas officially has a new home

    Alabama "Roc Thomas will be a Jacksonville State Gamecock. The former Auburn running back signed his financial aid agreement with JSU Monday, according to a news release from the school. "Roc is a great addition for our team," said Gamecocks head coach John Grass, who coached Thomas for three years..." June 14

  • Rename Auburn's Mike Hubbard Blvd. to Cam Newton Run: Petition

    Alabama "A petition on MoveOn.org is urging officials in the city of Auburn to rename Mike Hubbard Blvd. in honor of football superstar Cam Newton. "With exit 57 serving as a prominent gateway to Auburn fans, prospective students, opponents and the like, "Cam Newton Run" recognizes one of Auburn's most..." June 14

  • Florida AD Jeremy Foley retiring effective Oct. 1

    ESPN "Longtime Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley is stepping down after 25 years of overseeing the Gators' athletic department. Foley announced his plans to Florida coaches and staff members early Monday morning." June 13

  • Texas A&M gets commitment from Plain Dealing athlete Keldrick Carper

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "Plain Dealing athlete Keldrick Carper once said he wants to be a college professor when he's done playing football and he'll get the foundation for that career after he committed to Texas A&M Sunday. Carper picked the Aggies over offers from Georgia, Ole Miss, Tennessee and Notre Dame among..." June 12

  • La Vergne safety Maleik Gray commits to Tennessee

    Tennessean "Maleik Gray dreamed as a kid of one day playing football for Florida State. That dream, though, has changed. The La Vergne High senior standout is now ready to be a Vol. Gray, a 6-foot-2, 205-pound athlete and Tennessee Titans Class 5A Mr. Football semifinalist in 2015, announced his..." June 12

  • Top-rated in-state receiver joins Gamecocks’ 2017 class

    The State "The new South Carolina football coaching staff is looking for playmakers, and former Union County coach and Gamecocks quarterback Steve Taneyhill believes USC is getting a major adrenaline boost with the commitment Saturday of wide receiver Shi Smith. “He is fast, that breakaway speed that very..." June 11

  • Meet seventh-grade QB Aaron McLaughlin, who already has an SEC scholarship offer

    USA Today High School Sports "Aaron McLaughlin is only 14, but he already sounds the part of a seasoned quarterback. McLaughlin, who is finishing up seventh grade, received an offer from Missouri on Thursday, the first of many expected Southeastern Conference offers before he reaches National Signing Day in February 2021...." June 10

  • 4-Star LB Markail Benton Commits To Alabama Over Florida State, Auburn

    College Spun "Four-star outside linebacker, rated as the No. 3 player at his position in the country by 247 Sports, announced his commitment to Alabama Friday afternoon, choosing the Tide over both Florida State and Auburn. The 6-foot-1.5, 237-pounder is a huge addition to Alabama’s 2017 class. Tuscaloosa..." June 10

  • Nick Saban: 'I have no beef' with Jim Harbaugh

    Alabama "Nick Saban had no interest in continuing a war of words with Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh on Thursday. After trading barbs in recent weeks with Harbaugh, the Alabama head coach said before his Nick's Kids charity golf tournament that he has no issue with the headline-chasing Big Ten head..." June 09

  • UF to name football field after Steve Spurrier

    Orlando Sentinel "No one person has a bigger presence at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium than Steve Spurrier. Spurrier's imprint on Florida Gators football just got even bigger. UF has decided to name the field after the school's winningest football coach and the Gators' first Heisman Trophy winner. The official..." June 09

  • Former Georgia Star Hines Ward Still Really Wants To Coach At His Alma Mater

    College Spun "In February, former Georgia star and longtime NFL wide receiver Hines Ward made it clear during an interview with 247Sports: he wants to coach at his alma mater. Nearly four months later, Ward still badly wishes to join former teammate Kirby Smart’s staff in Athens. In an interview with the..." June 08

  • Mississippi State’s Dan Mullen Trolls Michigan Incredibly Hard After Working With Jim Harbaugh At Camp

    College Spun "Jim Harbaugh can certainly give it on Twitter. Can he take it? We’re about to find out. Harbaugh and his Michigan coaches are in Mississippi today, along with Dan Mullen and Mississippi State. After the camp, Mullen took a nice swipe at Michigan, posting a picture of the team’s 2011 Gator Bowl..." June 08

  • Man Posing As Tennessee CB Cam Sutton Allegedly Tried To Extort Nude Photos From 14 Women

    College Spun "A wild story was detailed earlier this morning in the Knoxville News Sentinel. Federal authorities allege a 22-year-old Sweetwater, Tenn. man posed as Tennessee cornerback Cam Sutton and harassed 14 women, including two minors, on Snapchat, threatening them and demanding nude photos. Brandon..." June 08

  • Four-star QB Mac Jones flips from Kentucky to Alabama

    SI - College Football "Four-star quarterback prospect Mac Jones has flipped his commitment from Kentucky to Alabama, he announced Tuesday. Jones is currently playing high school football in Jacksonville, Fla., and will be a member of the Crimson Tide’s 2017 recruiting class. Jones had offers from Ole Miss, Cal,..." June 08

  • Tennessee, Virginia Tech to clash at Bristol Speedway

    The Score "Both Tennessee and Virginia Tech have been campaigning for years to play a game at NASCAR's Bristol Speedway. Sept. 10 at 8 p.m., they get their wish. The game will be played on the infield of the historic Speedway and is expected to draw nearly 150,000 fans, which would smash the..." June 07

  • Suspension of Florida Gators WR Antonio Callaway altered so he can go to class, more details

    Only Gators "Florida Gators sophomore wide receiver Antonio Callaway has been away from the team for more than four months, and it’s been three since head coach Jim McElwain officially confirmed that Callaway and junior Treon Harris were suspended. While there is no end necessarily in sight for Callaway’s..." June 07

  • Arkansas RB Denzel Evans eyeing transfer to Kansas

    KU Sports "When Arkansas running back Denzel Evans realized earlier this year that he was within striking distance of graduating, the idea of moving on to play his final two seasons of college football elsewhere began to really appeal to him. The 5-foot-11, 217-pound junior-to-be from Houston has..." June 07

  • Report: Alabama's Burgess-Becker transferring out of program

    The Score "Sophomore safety Shawn Burgess-Becker is transferring out of Alabama, according to Matt Zenitz of AL.com. The former four-star recruit out of Monarch High School contributed mostly on special teams last season as a freshman" June 07

  • Gus Malzahn signs contract extension through 2020

    SEC Country "The school released an amendment to Malzahn’s contract on Monday, which revealed that his contract has been extended through Dec. 31, 2020 and that he will now make $4.725 annually. In three seasons, Malzahn has led the Tigers to a 27-13 overall record and 13-11 mark in the SEC. Prior to the..." June 07

  • Report: Alabama 4-star DT Kendell Jones fails to qualify; will not enroll

    Gridiron Now "Kendell Jones, a four-star defensive tackle who signed with Alabama in February, will not enroll at Alabama this season after failing to qualify academically, SEC Country reported Monday. His father, Kendell Sr., said Jones has enrolled in a junior college. He will need two years to qualify at..." June 07

  • Auburn lands 4-star recruit Malcolm Askew

    Alabama "Malcolm Askew, a four-star athlete out of McAdory, verbally committed to Auburn during the Tigers' Big Cat recruiting weekend. The in-state star picked the Tigers over Ole Miss, Clemson, Alabama and TCU. Askew named Auburn his leader in April after a good A-Day visit and a growing bond with..." June 05

  • Enrollment for LSU's Anthony suffers setback

    The Advocate "Former Edna Karr defensive end and LSU signee Andre Anthony is not expected to report with other freshmen this week for summer classes, a source confirmed to The Advocate on Thursday. Anthony joins St. Thomas Aquinas defensive tackle Edwin Alexander as players who won’t be moving in over the..." June 04

  • Florida AD uses Baylor scandal to remind coaches of their roles

    Orlando Sentinel "Even though it happened 1,000 miles away and in another conference, Baylor University’s fall from grace hit home with UF athletics director Jeremy Foley. On Thursday, Foley e-mailed his coaches to remind them of their duties when sexual assault/harassment claims are reported to them. In the..." June 04

  • Miss. State allows Jeffery Simmons to enroll after arrest; DE will be evaluated

    ESPN "Signee Jeffery Simmons will be allowed to enroll and play football at Mississippi State, but with conditions attached -- including a one-game suspension served in the season opener -- the school announced Thursday. Simmons was arrested in March and charged with simple assault and disturbing the..." June 03

  • Nick Saban: OT Cam Robinson's status dependent on legal process

    ESPN "Alabama coach Nick Saban told ESPN.com on Wednesday he is still determining the status of offensive tackle Cam Robinson and what action to take, but said the door remains open for Robinson to play for the Crimson Tide next season. Robinson and teammate Hootie Jones were arrested and charged..." June 02

  • Auburn running back Roc Thomas is transferring

    Alabama "Roc Thomas will not be playing for the Auburn Tigers this fall. Head coach Gus Malzahn announced the junior running back's transfer Tuesday afternoon. "Roc Thomas has asked for his release from Auburn and I have granted his request," Malzahn said, according to a university press release. "We..." June 01

  • Jim Harbaugh fires back at Nick Saban for satellite camp 'lecturing'

    ESPN "Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh fired back at Nick Saban's "lecturing" in a tweet Tuesday night after the Alabama coach called satellite camps "bad for college football" and compared them to "the wild, wild West" during Tuesday's SEC spring meetings. After initially saying he would not discuss..." June 01

  • Plaxico Burress goes in on Jim Harbaugh, defends Nick Saban in spat

    CBS Sports "Step one: Alabama's Nick Saban treats the podium like a pulpit with a turned-up rant against satellite camps, including the veiled allegation that some activity might not fall within NCAA rules since it's impossible to keep an eye on these events. He did not blame Jim Harbaugh for the trend of..." June 01

  • Nick Saban responds to Jim Harbaugh: 'I don't care what he thinks'

    Fox Sports "At the SEC spring meetings on Tuesday, Alabama head coach Nick Saban got alittle fired up when discussing satellite camps. Saban's main problem with the camps is the lack of compliance oversight and how that can potentially put programs in position to violate NCAA rules because they don't know..." June 01

  • Butch Jones defends Tennessee program: 'We've done the right things'

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Tennessee football coach Butch Jones was playing defense Tuesday at the SEC spring meetings in South Florida, sticking up for his program and himself amid comparisons to the disgraced program at Baylor. "I'm not into comparisons," Jones said when asked how the situations were different between..." May 31

  • Texas A&M takes look in mirror, changes what it sees

    USA Today "Stress relief sits on a shelf behind the big desk in the spacious office. “Tickle Here,” says the red button on the stuffed donkey’s stomach. Kevin Sumlin sometimes cannot help himself. He touches the tummy. As the donkey’s ears gyrate, it laughs riotously. Usually, Sumlin cannot help but..." May 31

  • Freeze admits recruiting mistakes, insists Ole Miss didn't cheat

    ESPN "Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze told ESPN.com on Monday that he accepts responsibility for the Rebels' NCAA troubles, but he adamantly denies that he or anybody on his staff knowingly violated rules. Ole Miss last week self-imposed the loss of 11 football scholarships over a four-year period from..." May 31

  • 'Bama's Nick Saban calls satellite camps 'wild west,' wants a commish

    Detroit Free Press "Alabama football coach Nick Saban is known as a fiery guy. But it seems few topics light his fuse more than discussing satellite camps. Speaking to the media Tuesday on the first day of Southeastern Conference spring meetings in Destin, Fla., Saban became "passionate" about the..." May 31

  • USC’s Skai Moore to miss 2016 season with neck injury

    The State "Senior linebacker Skai Moore, South Carolina’s leading tackler each of the last three seasons, will miss the 2016 season due to a herniated disc in his neck. Moore, a 6-foot-2, 218-pound Cooper City, Fla., native, will have surgery Friday in Charlotte and will undergo a Level 1 fusion,..." May 31

  • Saban, Bielema want changes to underclassmen system

    NFL.com "Alabama's Nick Saban and Arkansas' Bret Bielema took aim on Tuesday at policies regarding underclassmen and early NFL draft entry. Each coach held a press conference at the SEC's spring meetings in Destin, Fla., and both said they are looking for ways to allow underclassmen that go undrafted to..." May 31

  • Florida AD Jeremy Foley suggests no long-term revival of Gators-Hurricanes

    College Football Talk "The Florida Gators play Florida State every year, and that appears to be the only school from the ACC Florida will continue to play annually. Sorry, Miami. Florida Athletics Director Jeremy Foley was a guest on WRUF in Gainesville, where he was on to discuss a number of various Florida sports..." May 30

  • Microbrewery to release officially licensed LSU beer

    SEC Country "In the SEC, tailgating is almost as sacred as the football, and LSU is about to have a new addition to their tailgating scene. The school announced it The local Tin Roof Brewing Company announced Friday that it will be releasing an officially licensed beer of LSU The brewery is accepting ideas..." May 29

  • Peyton Manning won't coach QBs at Tennessee this season

    NFL.com "Peyton Manning might not know exactly what his immediate future holds, but the retired Super Bowl champion has some idea of what it won't hold. Manning was a guest speaker at the Middle Tennessee Sports Awards in Nashville Thursday, and put to rest any rumors that he's got designs on being the..." May 28

  • Ole Miss self-imposes double-digit reduction in football scholarships

    ESPN "Ole Miss has self-imposed a double-digit reduction of scholarships for football, as well as an already served postseason ban for women's basketball, as part of its response to an NCAA notice of allegations that was released Friday morning. In its 154-page response to the NCAA, Ole Miss..." May 27

  • Georgia Apologizes for Ludacris Deal, Which Cost $65,000 and a Box of Condoms

    Bleacher Report "The Georgia Bulldogs were so desperate to get an entertainment act for their spring football game they were willing to provide just about anything to the performer. Seriously. Peanut butter and jelly? Absolutely. Wine? Sure thing. Toiletries? Got it. Condoms? No problem. According to the..." May 27

  • The continuous curious case of Alabama's starting quarterbacks

    CBS Sports "If you're looking for someone to make sense of Alabama's recent quarterback history, Nick Saban's finely appointed office is not the place to be. "Somebody's got to win the team," the coach said matter-of-factly during the spring. The subject: This looks like the third straight season Bama..." May 27

  • Former Arkansas receiver Kendrick Edwards lands at Arkansas State

    SEC Country "Former Arkansas wide receiver Kendrick Edwards will transfer to Arkansas State, he announced Wednesday afternoon on Twitter. Edwards was a three-star prospect out of Miami (Fla.) Norland High School in the recruiting class of 2014. He was dismissed from the team in the spring of 2015 for..." May 26

  • Auburn RB Roc Thomas apparently heading to Jacksonville State

    College Football Talk "Auburn running back Roc Thomas is possibly looking to join one of the top programs from the FCS ranks. Reports today surfaced suggesting Thomas is looking to transfer to Jacksonville State, although another report says he has yet to ask Auburn for a request to transfer. During a radio..." May 26

  • Tim Irvin takes to Twitter to announce transfer from Auburn

    College Football Talk "After just one season on The Plains, Tim Irvin will be plying his football wares elsewhere moving forward. On his personal Twitter account Tuesday, Irvin, the nephew of former Miami Hurricanes and Dallas Cowboys receiving great Michael Irvin, announced that “it will be better for me to pursue..." May 25

  • Alabama joins pursuit of Husker graduate transfer target Stevie Tu'ikolovatu

    Omaha World-Herald "Utah graduate transfer Stevie Tu'ikolovatu — who is considering a spot on Nebraska's roster — is also looking at Alabama, according to his Twitter profile. Tu'ikolovatu posted a photo of himself and Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban on Wednesday morning. The photo is from his visit to Alabama's..." May 25

  • Arkansas transfer Denzel Evans commits to SMU

    The Score "SMU added some depth to the backfield Saturday, as former Arkansas running back Denzell Evans committed to the Mustangs for next season. Evans first told Patrick Engel of Scout.com about his decision and later confirmed it to Adam Grosbard of Rivals.com." May 23

  • LSU's Tiger Beloved Mascot Diagnosed with Terminal Cancer

    TMZ "LSU's beloved Siberian-Bengal tiger mascot, Mike VI, has been diagnosed with an extremely rare form of cancer ... and vets believe he only has 2 years to live ... school officials announced. The 10-year-old tiger has been receiving treatment from a team of specialists ever since his caretakers..." May 23

  • LSU lands third commit in 24 hours

    247 Sports "Carter committed to the Tigers during his visit for the Bayou Picnic recruiting event on Saturday, giving LSU 10 verbal commitments for the 2017 class. At 6-foot-2 and 255 pounds, Carter has seen action at tight end, fullback and defensive end, and he’s set to join the Tigers as a fullback..." May 22

  • Stephen Guidry to LSU: Tigers Land JUCO WR Prospect

    Bleacher Report "The LSU Tigers received a major boost Saturday when they received a commitment from receiver Stephen Guidry. Guidry, 247Sports' top-ranked junior college receiver, announced his decision on Twitter. According to Ross Dellenger of the Advocate, Guidry decided to commit after a visit to..." May 22

  • OT Austin Deculus, No. 14 overall prospect, commits to LSU

    ESPN "Austin Deculus, the No. 14-ranked prospect in the country, is following his heart. The four-star prospect, who is the No. 4-ranked offensive tackle in the Class of 2017, committed to long-time favorite LSU on Friday afternoon. The 6-foot-6, 323-pound Deculus, a teammate of the No. 1-ranked..." May 21

  • West Virginia's Holgorsen anticipates Grier being eligible to start 2017

    The Score "Will Grier must sit out the 2016 season to satisfy NCAA transfer rules, plus the six weeks remaining on his one-year drug suspension, but it appears the latter could be wiped out. In a statement Friday, West Virginia head coach Dana Holgorsen said he "fully anticipates" the quarterback being..." May 21

  • South Carolina's Connor Mitch to transfer

    The State "South Carolina’s quarterback competition was whittled down by one Friday. Junior quarterback Connor Mitch, who won last year’s preseason competition for the starting quarterback job, will graduate from the university this summer and transfer to another school to finish his playing career, the..." May 21

  • Travonte Valentine cleared for potential return to LSU

    The Advocate "LSU crossed a major hurdle in the re-recruitment of former defensive tackle Travonte Valentine. The school received assurances from the Southeastern Conference this week that Valentine would be eligible for the 2016 season if he did, in fact, rejoin the program, a source told The Advocate on..." May 21

  • The Case for and Against Leonard Fournette Winning the Heisman Trophy

    Bleacher Report "Is the Heisman Trophy a quarterback-driven award anymore? Maybe not. Alabama running back Derrick Henry took home the hardware last year, and LSU's Leonard Fournette will enter the 2016 season as one of the top contenders to win college football's most prestigious individual award. The..." May 20

  • Ex-Missouri QB Maty Mauk lands at Eastern Kentucky

    Yahoo! Sports "Former Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk is heading to Eastern Kentucky. Mauk updated his Twitter bio to include the school as his current location earlier this week and the school confirmed Friday that he has signed a financial aid agreement." May 20

  • Alabama Offer Scholarship to Eighth Grader

    Campus Sports "Per ESPN.com’s Derek Tyson, the Alabama football program has recently offered eighth-grade linebacker Jesus Machado. Machado is an extraordinarily talented member of the Champagnat Catholic School’s football team in Hialeah, FL. Machado has oustanding size for a middle school athlete, as..." May 19

  • MSU lands four-star Columbus running back Kylin Hill

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