Tulane Rumors & News

  • Legally blind long snapper headed to Tulane as walk-on

    NFL.com "Tulane has offered a preferred walk-on spot to a legally blind long snapper from the Boston area. Aaron Golub, from Newton (Mass.) South, has been blind since birth. He has no vision in his left eye but can see some out of his right eye. "For reference, close one eye and then make a fist with a..." May 21

  • Paralyzing hit hasn't kept Tulane's Devon Walker from chasing goals

    CBSSports.com "Sometimes Devon Walker just wants to hear the roar. That would be the revved-up engine of his new 2012 Camaro SS. Throaty, loud, obnoxious. "You'd start it up and it sounds like a damn boat," said Jacob Davis, a best friend of the former Tulane safety. Wait, new Camaro? It was that way 19..." May 16

  • 2014 Tulane early enrollee Teddy Veal charged with rape

    College Football Talk "For the second time today, a player at an FBS program has been charged with sexually assaulting a female. Multiple media outlets are reporting that Tulane wide receiver Teddy Veal was arrested early this morning and charged with one count of simple rape. The 17-year-old Veal — he will be 18..." April 23

  • Tulane safety Leonard Davis is ready for his new role

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "Fresh off a Saturday scrimmage as one of Tulane's starting safeties, Leonard Davis appears to be a good fit. Coach Curtis Johnson this spring moved Davis, who will be a sophomore in the fall, to the free safety spot opposite rising senior Sam Scofield, and shifted rising junior Darion Monroe to..." February 19

  • Tulane safety Leonard Davis is ready for his new role

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "Fresh off a Saturday scrimmage as one of Tulane's starting safeties, Leonard Davis is fitting right in early on. Coach Curtis Johnson this spring moved Davis, who will be a sophomore in 2014, to the free safety spot opposite rising senior Sam Scofield, and he shifted rising junior Darion Monroe..." February 18

  • Tulane secondary 'flying' through three 2014 spring practices

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "The No Fly Zone is back at Tulane. The Green Wave has only completed three spring football practices, but junior cornerback Lorenzo Doss - whose seven interceptions led Tulane in 2013 - and junior safety Darion Monroe are ready to wreak havoc again after two stellar seasons at Tulane. And that..." February 11

  • Tulane co-defensive coordinator Jon Sumrall offered job, declines it to stay at Tulane

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "Tulane co-defensive coordinator Jon Sumrall confirmed a report Monday that he was offered the defensive coordinator position at San Jose State but declined it, preferring to remain with the Green Wave. Sumrall, who also coaches defensive line, and all of the coaches on head coach Curtis..." January 28

  • Game (back) on! Tulane announces Georgia Tech game will be played

    College Football Talk "Just hours after Georgia Tech announced a 2014 game against Tulane had been cancelled, Tulane said the game is back on. “Tulane University and Georgia Tech are pleased to announce that their previously scheduled football game will be played Sept. 6 in New Orleans,” a statement from Tulane..." January 25

  • Tulane will pay Georgia Tech $300,000 to back out of four-game series

    College Football Talk "Georgia Tech, just days after revealing their 2014 football schedule, is already in need of making an adjustment. Tulane has chosen to back out of a four-year scheduling agreement with the ACC school, leaving the Yellow Jackets with a late schedule vacancy to fill for the second week of the..." January 25

  • Tulane’s secondary takes hit with Jordan Batiste transfer

    College Football Talk "Unexpectedly and abruptly, Tulane has seen its defensive backfield suffer a rather significant blow a couple of months ahead of spring practice. A school official confirmed to the Baton Rouge Advocate that cornerback Jordan Batiste has decided to transfer out of the Green Wave football program...." January 19