• Oregon firing David Reaves after DUI arrest

    Larry Brown Sports "David Reaves was just officially hired by Oregon as co-offensive coordinator and tight ends coach last week, but he is losing his job after a DUI arrest. Reaves was arrested for DUI early Sunday morning and also charged with reckless driving and reckless endangerment. He was pulled over by..." January 22

  • Jim Harbaugh could take Michigan to Italy for final week of spring practice

    Sportsnaut "Never doubt that Jim Harbaugh has a trick up his sleeve when it comes to recruiting tactics at the University of Michigan. As the NCAA cracks down on one aspect of Harbaugh’s tactics to prohibit hosting off-campus practices during vacation periods like spring break, Harbaugh and Co. have been..." January 22

  • Tennessee hires firm for AD search; Peyton Manning on search committee

    USA Today "The University of Tennessee announced Friday it has awarded a contract to Turnkey Sports and Entertainment to assist Chancellor-Elect Beverly Davenport in the search for the university’s new athletic director. Tennessee also announced the search committee to advise Davenport throughout the..." January 21

  • ​Virginia Tech lands top safety recruit Devon Hunter

    Sporting News - NCAAF "While Hunter was thought to be leaning heavily toward staying in his home state and attending Virginia Tech, he was also considering Florida, Auburn, Alabama, North Carolina and Mississippi, according to the report. He had more than 30 offers. A 6-foot-1, 205-pound five-star senior, Hunter..." January 21

  • Oregon players reportedly released from hospital after intense team workouts

    Fox Sports - College Football "The three Oregon Ducks football players who were hospitalized earlier this week all are healthy and out of the hospital, according to The Oregonian. Offensive lineman Sam Poutasi and tight end Cam McCormick were released from the hospital Friday. Offensive lineman Doug Brenner was released..." January 21

  • UF QB Luke Del Rio to miss spring practice following shoulder surgery

    Orlando Sentinel "Luke Del Rio opened the 2016 season as the Florida Gators’ quarterback of the future. But injuries derailed Del Rio’s season and now raise the question whether he will start another game for the Gators. Del Rio will miss spring practices following shoulder surgery, the school announced..." January 19

  • Former star recruit Breiden Fehoko transferring from Texas Tech

    Dallas Morning News "Breiden Fehoko, a former four-star recruit, has announced on Twitter that he will be transferring from Texas Tech after starting at the defensive tackle position the past two years. In a tweet, Fehoko states that his brothers, V.J. and Sam, were big reasons he dreamed to "wear the scarlet and..." January 19

  • Aztecs extend Rocky Long's contract through the 2021 season

    San Diego Union-Tribune "Rocky Long can be head coach of the San Diego State football team as long as he wants to be the school’s coach. That’s what John David Wicker, SDSU’s director of athletics, said last month as the Aztecs were taking the field at Wyoming before winning their second straight Mountain West..." January 19

  • LSU to pay OC Matt Canada $1.5 million per year

    The Advocate "Dave Aranda isn’t the only assistant on new coach Ed Orgeron’s staff making the big bucks. LSU offensive coordinator Matt Canada is set to make $1.5 million per year as part of a three-year contract that he and the school agreed upon, according to documents obtained by The Advocate. Canada’s..." January 19

  • Wake Forest to hire Jay Sawvel as DC

    Land of 10 "Former Minnesota DC Jay Sawvel is officially moving on to the ACC and Wake Forest. The Demon Deacons announced on Wednesday that Sawvel has been named the team’s new defensive coordinator. Sawvel went to Twitter to share the news. “I’m excited and honored to be the Defensive Coordinator..." January 19

  • Nebraska lands 4-star speedster Eric Fuller Jr. for 2018 class

    Land of 10 "Nebraska added a 4-star corner to its 2018 class on Wednesday afternoon. Eric Fuller, the No. 17 corner in the 2018 class and No. 16 recruit out of California, announced his commitment to Nebraska on Twitter. New Nebraska commit Eric Fuller Nebraska now has three commits in the 2018..." January 19

  • Miami's Gus Edwards to transfer

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "Entering this past season, running back was set to be a position of strength for the Miami Hurricanes, with a stable of talented backs providing depth and experience. Things will look a little different this year. Gus Edwards, a redshirt junior, is transferring from Miami, the school..." January 18

  • Former Oregon players describe Chip Kelly's 'military-style' training

    Oregonian "Nothing wrong with a well supervised and appropriate "military-style" exercise for a college football program. But what went down last week at the University of Oregon was neither of those things. Three Ducks players were hospitalized. On Tuesday, new strength coach Irele Oderinde was suspended..." January 18

  • Oregon suspends strength coach Irele Oderinde after hospitalizations

    Larry Brown Sports "Oregon suspended new strength coach Irele Oderinde one month without pay after recent workouts led to the hospitalization of three players. The Ducks recently hired new head coach Willie Taggart, who assembled a coaching staff that was looking to make an impression on the program. That led to..." January 18

  • Oklahoma CB Parrish Cobb named in aggravated robbery arrest warrants

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Oklahoma cornerback Parrish Cobb is named in arrest warrants in Central Texas, charging him with aggravated robbery, his attorney confirmed to the Waco Herald-Tribune on Tuesday. Cobb, 19, is identified as a suspect in an armed robbery Jan. 10 in Bellmead, near Waco, the warrants say. His..." January 18