• Mississippi State offers 2, South Alabama pledge decommits

    Alabama "There was plenty happening on the recruiting scene for Tennessee Valley players over the weekend. Below is a roundup of news and notes as we head into National Signing Day on Wednesday. See anyone missing? Send information to Starkville comes calling James Clemens 2017..." February 01

  • Former Utah QB Conner Manning transfers to Georgia State

    The Score "The nation's ninth-ranked passing attacked added another piece Friday as former Utah quarterback Conner Manning announced he's transferred to Georgia State. Manning graduated from Utah in just two-and-a-half years and is eligible to play for the Panthers immediately as a graduate transfer." January 16

  • Texas State DT Will Trevillion dies

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Texas State defensive tackle Will Trevillion has died. He was 20 years old. No details were immediately known about Trevillion's death. Texas State tweeted about it Wednesday evening. Trevillion was a redshirt sophomore in 2015. He had three tackles in five games in 2015. He had nine tackles..." January 07

  • Ex-Texas A&M coach Dennis Franchione resigning at Texas State

    CBS Sports "Dennis Franchione's second run at Texas State will reportedly come to an end soon. Multiple reports, including one from Fox Sports' Bruce Feldman, point to Coach Fran stepping down from his post as the Bobcats' coach this week. Franchione returned to Texas State in 2011 as the program was in..." December 22

  • Georgia State wins bid to buy Turner Field, convert into football stadium

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Turner Field is going to be sold to Atlanta-based real estate firm Carter and Georgia State University. The Atlanta Fulton County Recreation Authority board announced Monday that the Carter and Georgia State team has been chosen as the winning bidder for Turner Field. The board will begin..." December 22

  • Arkansas St. OC takes same position with Maryland

    Fox Sports - College Football "Maryland head coach D.J. Durkin has hired Walt Bell to be the Terrapins' offensive coordinator, the school announced Sunday. FOX Sports reported Saturday the announcement was imminent. Durkin called Bell "one of the brightest offensive minds in college football" in the announcement. The..." December 21

  • UL-Lafayette QB Brooks Haack leaving Cajuns

    The Advocate "Brooks Haack, who started eight games at quarterback for Louisiana-Lafayette last season, will not return for his senior season. Haack announced his decision Friday afternoon in a note on Twitter. Haack, a native of Katy, Texas, tweeted “Thank you Lafayette” and attached a screengrab of a..." December 21

  • Louisiana-Monroe hires Matt Viator as coach

    ESPN "Louisiana-Monroe has hired Matt Viator to be its new football coach, according to a source. Viator has been one of the most successful coaches at the FCS level with McNeese State, posting a winning season every year while compiling a 77-33 record over 10 seasons. His McNeese State teams have..." December 14

  • Arkansas State players arrested on drug charges "Arkansas State defensive end Chris Stone and wide receiver Tyler Trosin were arrested on drug charges Tuesday in Jonesboro, Ark. Stone and Trosin, both seniors, were taken into custody at about 2 a.m. on suspicion of possession of metamphetamine or cocaine, according to the Craighead County..." December 08

  • ULM fires head football coach Todd Berry

    SB Nation "Louisiana-Monroe has fired head coach Todd Berry, the school announced. The move comes after a 59-21 loss to Arkansas State Saturday that put the team at a 1-9 record in the Sun Belt. Defensive line coach John Mumford has been named interim head coach. At ULM, Berry had been the school's head..." November 16

  • Idaho WR Dezmon Epps dismissed from program

    SI "Idaho wide receiver Dezmon Epps has been dismissed from the program, reports ESPN’s Brett McMurphy. Epps had been suspended from the team since Oct. 26, after he was accused of assaulting his girlfriend. On Friday, the Whitman County prosecutor’s office declined to file charges against Epps..." November 10

  • Idaho WR Dezmon Epps suspended after allegedly assaulting girlfriend

    SI "Idaho star wide receiver Dezmon Epps has been suspended indefinitely after he allegedly assaulted his girlfriend late Saturday night, according to a source. Epps’ girlfriend told police that he struck her in the face during an argument, an accusation that Epps denies, according to the source...." October 26

  • Idaho starts investigation into allegations of player mistreatment

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "The University of Idaho has started an investigation into the alleged actions of members of the football coaching staff after an anonymous email was sent out Monday. The email, according to the Moscow-Pullman Daily News, was sent by someone identifying himself as "Joe Adams," a name that's not..." September 30

  • Texas State defensive coordinator John Thompson resigns

    San Marcos Daily Record "Texas State defensive coordinator John Thompson has resigned effective immediately. The Bobcats received the news before they returned to the practice field on Sunday afternoon following their lopsided loss to Houston the night before. “Coach Thompson made a decision that he thought that it..." September 28

  • Idaho football player Dezmon Epps identified in VandalStore video

    The Spokesman-Review "Security footage from the VandalStore on the University of Idaho campus shows star Vandals receiver Dezmon Epps and several teammates stealing merchandise from the store, according to a university statement. Epps is considered to be the best talent on the team. He was dismissed from the team..." September 12

  • New Mexico State has items stolen from team travel party at Florida

    The Las Cruces Sun-News "Following Saturday's 61-13 football loss at the University of Florida, several members of New Mexico State's travel party had personal items stolen from a chartered bus near Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. NMSU athletics director Mario Moccia said he personally had work property, a laptop and..." September 08

  • McElwain: Florida will play two QBs in opener vs. New Mexico State

    CBS Sports "Florida will play two quarterbacks in the season opener against New Mexico State, Jim McElwain told reporters on Thursday. Redshirt freshman Will Grier has been battling with Treon Harris through camp, but McElwain says he needs to see both quarterbacks in action on Saturdays before naming a..." August 27

  • TCU’s top punt returner Echols-Luper will try to be Arkansas State’s QB

    College Football Talk "TCU is preparing to enter the 2015 season with high expectations, starting the season ranked No. 2 in the coaches preseason poll. The Horned Frogs will proceed without its top punt returner. Cameron Echols-Luper is reportedly leaving TCU for Arkansas State. The transfer also comes with a change of..." August 24

  • Idaho coach Paul Petrino angrily confronts reporter, restrained

    CBS Sports "It appears Paul Petrino does not take kindly to reporters critiquing his team. According to the Moscow-Pullman Daily News, Petrino had to be restrained by an assistant after angrily confronting a reporter from the paper at the end of practice on Wednesday. The reporter, Michael-Shawn Dugar,..." August 20

  • South Alabama football adds transfer from Virginia Tech

    Alabama "South Alabama added some more help for an inexperienced defense this week, as Jaguars coach Joey Jones announced that defensive end Dewayne Alford has transferred to the school from Virginia Tech. Alford (6-3, 245) played the last two seasons in a reserve role for the Hokies and has two years..." June 23

  • Troy OL Corey McCullers killed in car accident

    Montgomery Advertiser "Alabama State Troopers continue to investigate a multi-vehicle crash that killed a Troy University football player and injured three others on U.S. 231 just a few miles north of Troy. Nineteen-year-old Corey Ryan McCullers of Deatsville was killed after his car hit a vehicle on U.S. 231 and..." June 21

  • Former Auburn CB Kamryn Melton transferring to Troy

    Montgomery Advertiser "Former Auburn cornerback Kamryn Melton will continue his football career nearby. Melton, who announced he was leaving Auburn earlier this month, is transferring to Troy, he announced via Twitter on Monday. The Dothan native played with the second-team defense on A-Day but failed to record a..." May 26

  • Former Minnesota, Rutgers QB Philip Nelson still searching for program

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Former Minnesota and Rutgers’ quarterback Philip Nelson thought he’d found a new home — but he’ll have to keep looking. Nelson will not be playing at South Alabama, according to a statement released by associate athletic director Brian Fremund. "In reference to your earlier communication in..." May 08

  • Ex-Rutgers quarterback Philip Nelson to resume career at South Alabama

    Newark Star-Ledger "Nearly a year after he was charged with first- and third-degree assault stemming from a fight in downtown Mankato, Minn., former Rutgers quarterback Philip Nelson is ready to resume his football career. Nelson has landed at South Alabama, according to a report by the Minneapolis Star..." May 03

  • Georgia State to receive $2.55 million from future games with Alabama, Auburn

    College Football Talk "Georgia State has a long way to go to compete with a number of high-profile programs, so for now cashing checks from those big time football powers is the only way to go. Georgia State has added a pair of SEC foes to the future schedules, with a nice guaranteed check attached to each. According..." April 11

  • Ex-Alabama DL Dee Liner transferring to Arkansas State

    CBS Sports "Dee Liner, the former Alabama defensive lineman, will continue his career at the FBS level, announcing his intentions to transfer to Arkansas State. Liner appeared in only four games in two seasons with the Crimson Tide, recording four tackles, but apparently left on good terms. "Officially..." April 06

  • South Alabama has an 11-year old leukemia patient on its roster

    CBS Sports "If you were to look at South Alabama's roster for spring practice there's one player that might stick out to you, though he could be hard to see amongst the rest of his teammates. Colby Sawyer is listed as an offensive lineman for South Alabama, but he checks in at only 4-foot-7 ... which is..." March 21

  • Germod Williams to Transfer from Texas State

    Underdog Dynasty "The Bobcat defense suffers a major blow for 2015 as one of their best returning starters is leaving San Marcos. To add insult to injury, one of his potential transfer destinations may be a future OOC opponent. Earlier this week, Texas State Bobcats fans were hit by some bad news broken by Brent..." March 16

  • Idaho has postseason eligibility, practice hours restored

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Thanks to academic progress, Idaho will be eligible for postseason play this college football season. The school announced that the NCAA has lifted its APR ban on Tuesday." March 04

  • ULM loses DC Reffett to Memphis

    The News Star "The ULM football program is losing its longest tenured coach. Defensive coordinator Troy Reffett accepted a job Monday at the University of Memphis where he will coach cornerbacks. Reffett spent the past two years as ULM's corners coach on top of his coordinator duties. He started his..." February 17

  • UL receiver Jamal Robinson gets medical hardship waiver

    The Advertiser "UL wide receiver Jamal Robinson got an early Christmas present on Tuesday when he received a fifth year of eligibility with the NCAA through a medical hardship waiver. The 6-foot-4, 205-pound senior from Slidell injured his meniscus in the game against Louisiana Tech on Sept. 6, but then..." December 25

  • Report: Sun Belt bowl bids go to Cajuns, Red Wolves, Jaguars

    CBS Sports "The Sun Belt has become the first conference to assign its bowl berths, ESPN reported Wednesday, with UL-Lafayette, Arkansas State and South Alabama filling the league's three postseason slots. The 8-4 Ragin' Cajuns will return to the New Orleans Bowl, the 7-5 Red Wolves will head to the GoDaddy..." December 03

  • Idaho now owns nation’s longest active losing streak

    College Football Talk "Florida State extended the nation’s longest active winning streak to 22 games with Saturday’s victory at Syracuse. The last time Florida State lost was a regular season finale against Florida in 2012. Florida State has had a couple of close calls along the way, but have managed to keep the streak..." October 13

  • Florida to pay Idaho $975,000 for game that won't be played

    SB Nation "Florida announced Wednesday that it will not play its scheduled game against Idaho, which lasted all of one play before being canceled due to thunderstorms. Florida will begin its season next week at home (with three players who were suspended for the Idaho game now able to return) against Eastern..." September 04

  • Florida-Idaho declared no contest, rescheduled for 2017

    CBS Sports "Idaho will not have to make a return trip to Gainesville this year. We finally have a resolution to the Florida-Idaho game that was canceled last weekend due to storms in the area, as the game has been declared a no contest. Which basically means it never happened, nor will it happen any time..." September 03

  • Georgia State gets first FBS win, first win in nearly two years against Abilene Christian

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Georgia State is no longer a winless FBS football team. The Panthers beat Abilene Christian 38-37 Wednesday night in college football's season opener after a 26-yard field goal by Will Lutz with four seconds left. After starting the program in 2010, Georgia State moved up to FBS, the top..." August 28

  • Former Texas Tech transfer, walk-on leaving for Arkansas State

    Montgomery Advertiser "Walk-on defensive end Chase Robison is transferring from Auburn to Arkansas State, according to a report by A-State Nation. Robison, whose father Lanier played at Arkansas State, transferred to Auburn from Texas Tech last summer along with Tucker Tuberville, and sat out the 2013..." August 19

  • Judge rules against NCAA in revolutionary O'Bannon case

    ESPN "In a landmark decision, a federal judge ruled Friday that the NCAA is in violation of the nation's antitrust laws by restricting the compensation that major college football and men's basketball student-athletes can receive for use of their names, images and likenesses. U.S. District Court..." August 09

  • Idaho football team dismisses top receiver Dezmon Epps

    Idaho Statesman "On a team in need of playmakers, the Idaho Vandals football team won't have its best one next season. Coach Paul Petrino announced Sunday that senior receiver Dezmon Epps has been dismissed from the Vandals for violating team rules. Epps was arrested on a DUI charge in April and was sentenced..." July 21

  • Arkansas State center Bryce Giddens retiring due to head injuries

    College Football Talk "With the start of summer camp just around the corner, the middle of Arkansas State’s offensive line has suffered a significant blow. Head coach Blake Anderson announced in a press release Monday after that center Bryce Giddens has decided to end his playing career due to injuries. The injuries..." July 14

  • USF quarterback transfers to South Alabama

    College Football Talk "Former USF quarterback Matt Floyd has found a landing spot for a transfer. South Alabama announced Thursday the program welcomes the transfer quarterback, with two years of eligibility remaining. “We recruited Matt out of high school, he was the No. 1 guy on our board at quarterback,” said..." June 19

  • Idaho now on fifth OL coach in five years

    College Football Talk "Idaho just cannot seem to keep an offensive line coach for very long. For the fifth straight season the Vandals will hire a new offensive line coach after losing Jon Carvin. The reason for Carvin leaving the program has not been reported at this time. The Spokesman-Review was the first to report..." May 25

  • Sun Belt isn't looking to expand, sticks with 11 teams

    Sun Belt Sports "The Sun Belt Conference concluded its annual Spring Meeting on Wednesday with a number of important topics being discussed and several key developments taking place. Sun Belt Conference Membership Discussion The Sun Belt Conference has suspended any further discussion or consideration to add..." May 22

  • Georgia State wants to turn Turner Field into football stadium

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Georgia State is proposing repurposing Turner Field into a 30,000-seat football stadium and building another baseball stadium that will include Hank Aaron’s wall as part of the structure. University President Dr. Mark Becker and Atlanta real estate development firm Carter provided the Atlanta..." May 07

  • Packers pluck line coach from New Mexico State

    College Football Talk "A couple of months after the spinning of the 2013-14 Coaching Carousel came to an unofficial end, New Mexico State has found itself forced back on the unpopular ride. Following up on reports from earlier in the day, NMSU confirmed in a press release that Steve Marshall has decided to leave his..." May 02

  • Low APR scores will cost Idaho postseason eligibility

    College Football Talk "The Idaho Vandals will not be eligible to participate in college football’s postseason in 2014 due to a failure to meet the APR standards established by the NCAA. In addition to a postseason ban for 2014, Idaho will lose four hours of practice time each week. “My commitment to education..." April 26

  • Competition will be intense among South Alabama running backs

    Alabama "The South Alabama running game last season didn't materialize as some might have expected. Jay Jones earned the top spot and was the Jaguars' leading rusher, followed by quarterback Ross Metheny. This spring, there will be several players competing for playing time, not to mention the starting..." March 04

  • Here's a quick glance at the teams on South Alabama's 2014 football schedule

    Alabama "On Saturday, the Sun Belt Conference released all of the 2014 football schedules for its member school, including South Alabama. The Jaguars' schedule includes no Football Championship Subdivision teams. It does have two SEC teams and five teams that played in bowl games last season, producing a..." March 04

  • Ex-Ark. St. coach John Thompson likely new DC at Texas State

    CBS Sports "Get the premium experience you deserve! Build your custom Fantasy Baseball Commissioner league today. Bruce Feldman Senior College Football Columnist Ex-Ark. St. coach John Thompson likely new DC at Texas State March 2, 2014 10:28 am ET John Thompson is expected to become the new..." March 02

  • South Alabama coaching staff keeping busy with 2015 recruiting, spring practice preparations

    Alabama "It's late February, a time when South Alabama's football team, at least in the recent past, would be back on the practice football, taking part in spring drills. This year, the Jaguars won't begin spring practice until March 10, waiting until after the school's spring break, allowing the team to..." February 25

  • NMSU coach Martin announces 2014 signing class

    Fox Sports Arizona "New Mexico State football coach Doug Martin announced the Aggies’ 2014 signing class Wednesday afternoon. Twenty-five student-athletes signed a National Letter of Intent/Financial Aid Agreement with the Aggies to attend New Mexico State University and play football beginning in 2014. The..." February 06

  • Predicting Destinations for Top 25 Uncommitted 2014 College Football Recruits

    Bleacher Report "Top uncommitted recruits are without a doubt the hottest commodities on the recruiting trail right now. At this point, many of the nation's best prospects have a decision on where they are going to college. Yet some recruits are still mulling their options. That means college coaches are..." January 20

  • Arkansas State's Markel Owens shot and killed

    Jackson Sun "Arkansas State University football player Markel Owens, 21, and his stepfather Johnny Shivers, 36, were shot and killed during a Wednesday night home invasion robbery on Walker Road in Jackson. A 37-year-old woman, who was Shivers' wife and Owens' mother, was also shot. She was treated and..." January 19

  • Arkansas State DL Markel Owens killed in shooting

    ESPN "Arkansas State junior defensive lineman Markel Owens was one of two men shot to death in what authorities are calling a home invasion robbery in Jackson, Tenn. "Our worst fears were realized as an athletics department after being notified early this morning about the unfortunate news about..." January 16

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