• Rutgers reinstates Carroo after charge dropped

    ESPN "Rutgers has reinstated senior wide receiver Leonte Carroo a day after an assault charge against him was dropped. Scarlet Knights coach Kyle Flood reinstated Carroo on Wednesday after Carroo "agreed to the conditions of his reinstatement and after he accepted the responsibility that comes with..." October 07

  • Greyson Lambert will remain Georgia's starter

    College Spun "Georgia’s quarterback play was very bad in the 38-10 loss to Alabama last Saturday. Greyson Lambert, coming off back-to-back games with completion percentages of 90 or better, was just 10-for-24 for 86 yards and a pick. Brice Ramsey came in and was also unimpressive, going 1-for-6 for 20 yards and..." October 07

  • Pair of Boilermakers arrested on weed, alcohol charges

    Indianapolis Star "A pair of Purdue football players were arrested over the weekend for minor consumption and possession of marijuana. Freshman linebacker Wyatt Cook, 18, was arrested for minor consumption. Freshman defensive end Chazmyn Turner, 18, was arrested for possession of marijuana. Cook or Turner have..." October 07

  • Report: 4-Star Tennessee QB Commit Jarrett Guarantano Suffers Season-Ending Injury

    Knoxville News Sentinel "Tennessee commitment Jarrett Guarantano, a Top247 quarterback from Bergen Catholic High School in Oradell, N.J., suffered a season-ending foot injury Saturday during Bergen Catholic's win over Paramus (N.J.) Catholic High School, coach Nunzio Campanile told NJ Advance Media on Monday..." October 07

  • Texas Tech picks up commitment from five-star Frisco OL Jack Anderson

    Dallas Morning News "It was a rough weekend for Texas Tech, but the Red Raiders made some major waves on the recruiting trail on Monday night. Texas Tech reeled in one its highest rated commits in recent memory when five-star 2017 Frisco offensive lineman Jack Anderson decided to pull the trigger. Anderson..." October 07

  • Texas A&M Lands Commitment From WR Moses Reynolds, Brother Of Current Aggie Star

    San Antonio Express-News "After a few tumultuous weeks in the national spotlight, Jay star Moses Reynolds had every reason to flash a huge grin as he walked off the practice field Tuesday afternoon. Reynolds verbally committed to Texas A&M on Monday night, following his older brother Josh Reynolds to the Aggies. Josh..." October 07

  • Rutgers hires law firm for top to bottom investigation of football program

    Newark Star-Ledger "A law firm that deals exclusively with potential NCAA rules violations is conducting a top-to-bottom review of Rutgers University's football program following several recent off-field issues, NJ Advance Media has learned. Three officials familiar with the investigation told NJ Advance Media..." October 07

  • Rebels LB C.J. Johnson undergoes surgery, out 4-6 games

    The Clarion-Ledger "Ole Miss middle linebacker C.J. Johnson underwent surgery Tuesday to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee and is expected to miss four to six weeks. “The best thing I love about playing sports is that it challenges your guts and determination,” the Rebels senior wrote in a Facebook post that..." October 07

  • WR Pig Howard dismissed from Vols

    Tennessean "Tennessee wide receiver Pig Howard has been dismissed from the team for an undisclosed violation of team rules, coach Butch Jones announced Wednesday. Jones refused to elaborate on the circumstances surrounding Howard's dismissal. "You try to impact every person that comes in your program,"..." October 07

  • Oklahoma State linebacker Ryan Simmons out for season

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Oklahoma State senior linebacker Ryan Simmons' collegiate career is done after surgery to repair a torn MCL and PCL in his knee. Simmons, one of the defensive leaders for the No. 21 Cowboys and their active leader in career tackles (189) and career tackles for loss (26), made the announcement..." October 07

  • Tulsa receiver Keevan Lucas out for season with knee injury

    Tulsa World "University of Tulsa star receiver Keevan Lucas is out for the remainder of the season with a torn patella tendon, coach Philip Montgomery said Tuesday. Lucas, a junior with 26 catches for 409 yards and five touchdowns this season, had surgery Tuesday morning after a Monday on MRI revealed the..." October 07

  • With Dalvin Cook hurting, FSU's backup plan is crucial

    Jacksonville Times-Union "All of a sudden, healthy running backs are at a premium for the Florida State football team. A hamstring injury sustained by ACC rushing leader Dalvin Cook in last week’s 24-16 victory over Wake Forest has made him a huge question mark as the No. 12-ranked Seminoles prepare to play Miami on..." October 07

  • Assault charge dropped against Rutgers star WR Leonte Carroo

    CBS Sports "Rutgers star Leonte Carroo received good news in the courtroom Tuesday as a municipal judge dismissed a simple assault charge and removed a temporary restraining order against the All-Big Ten wide receiver. Per an nj.com report, the charge was dismissed after the woman who had accused Carroo of..." October 06

  • UCLA's Myles Jack Drops Out of UCLA ... Declares for NFL Draft

    TMZ "School's out for UCLA superstar linebacker Myles Jack -- because the college football star just announced he's dropping out of college and will enter the NFL draft. It's interesting timing for Jack -- who just suffered a season-ending knee injury last month -- since college football season is..." October 06

  • Auburn dismisses receiver D'haquille Williams

    Alabama "Auburn receiver D'haquille Williams has been dismissed from the football team. Auburn coach Gus Malzahn made the announcement Monday night, but did not cite a specific reason for the senior's dismissal. "When individuals fail to meet the expectations of our program, there has to be..." October 06

  • Reports: Mizzou QB Maty Mauk remains suspended for Florida game

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Drew Lock will get a chance to lead the Missouri Tigers to an upset over No. 11 Florida. Lock started in place of suspended quarterback Maty Mauk on Saturday against South Carolina. He'll get a second start on Saturday as Mauk will remain suspended for the game. Mauk, along with offensive..." October 06

  • Victorious Nick Saban calls out media for having Bama '6 feet under' after Ole Miss loss

    SB Nation "After Alabama lost to Ole Miss again this year, many people said the Crimson Tide's dynasty was over. Nick Saban would like to tell the media that he doesn't give a damn what they have to say. And that they were wrong. From ESPN: "I say the same thing as when y'all buried us last week," he..." October 06

  • Baylor safety J.W Ketchum tweets he is no longer with program

    Dallas Morning News "Baylor safety and former 2015 recruit J.W Ketchum is no longer with the program, according to a tweet from Ketchum earlier today. Ketchum was suspended a week ago after an unspecified violation of team rules. Baylor declined comment on the rule, but Ketchum was arrested in August for..." October 06

  • Mario Ojemudia out for season with Achilles injury

    ESPN "Michigan senior Mario Ojemudia suffered an Achilles injury over the weekend that will end his season and college career, coach Jim Harbaugh said Monday. Ojemudia was in the midst of a breakout season as the rush linebacker for a unit that is ranked second in the nation in scoring defense and..." October 06

  • Clemson WR Mike Williams likely out for remainder of 2015

    College Football Talk "Not surprisingly, Clemson is expected to be without one of its top returning receivers for the remainder of the 2015 season. On the Tigers’ opening drive of the 2015 season, Mike Williams sustained a neck injury after crashing into the goal post following a touchdown reception. The wide..." October 06

  • Kendrick Market Out for Season With Torn ACL

    For Whom The Cowbell Tolls "Mississippi State starting safety Kendrick Market has been bitten by the injury bug once again. Market tore his ACL Saturday against Texas A&M and will miss the remainder of the season, Dan Mullen confirmed. Market, who tore his Achilles in last year's Egg Bowl, will not have the option to..." October 06

  • Cre Moore, K-State football player, charged with DUI offense

    The Topeka Capital-Journal "Kansas State football player Cre Moore was arrested on a charge of driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol after he was involved in a one-vehicle crash early Sunday morning. The Riley County Police Department responded to an accident near the intersection of Poyntz and Evergreen..." October 06

  • Ohio State WR Corey Smith (leg) out for year, Urban Meyer confirms

    247 Sports "Ohio State fifth-year senior Corey Smith will miss the rest of the season with a leg injury suffered against Indiana. Head coach Urban Meyer confirmed this at his Monday press conference. The 6-foot-1, 195-pound Smith had five receptions for 62 yards (12.4 yards per catch) this season. Last..." October 05

  • RJ Williamson the latest MSU starter lost to injury

    Detroit Free Press "Another day, another devastating long-term injury for Michigan State football. MSU coach Mark Dantonio said senior safety RJ Williamson had surgery today to repair a torn bicep, suffered in Saturday's 24-21 win over Purdue. Williamson may be able to return for the last game of the regular..." October 05

  • Notre Dame's Brian Kelly stands by his decisions on failed 2-point conversions

    The Score "On a soggy Saturday night in Death Valley, Notre Dame fell two points short of completing the comeback in an instant classic against Clemson. The Irish trailed 21-9 in the fourth quarter when coach Brian Kelly elected to go for a two-point conversion to cut Clemson's lead to 10. But the attempt..." October 05

  • 4-Star Recruit Bruce Judson Jr. Decommits From Ohio State

    College Spun "Ohio State hung on to beat a frisky Indiana team in Bloomington yesterday, but today they lost a commitment from a blue-chip player. Florida native Bruce Judson, listed as a four-star athlete and dual-threat quarterback, has backed out of his verbal commitment from the Buckeyes. He tweeted about..." October 05

  • Hokies land commitment from four-star CB Khalil Ladler

    The Roanoke Times "Virginia Tech's lost two straight games, but it got a recruiting win Sunday. Khalil Ladler, a 5-foot-10, 168-pound cornerback from IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida, committed to the Hokies' 2016 class. Ladler, who had more than two dozen offers, including Miami, LSU, Georgia, Florida State..." October 05

  • Greyson Lambert expected to remain Georgia’s starter

    Dawg Nation "At first, Mark Richt didn’t want to say much about Georgia’s quarterback situation on his standard Sunday teleconference. By the end, however, it sounded like Richt didn’t want the question to linger. Asked if he would be willing to hold a quarterback competition at this point in the season, or..." October 05

  • Texas' Kris Boyd apologizes for halftime retweet

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Texas defensive back Kris Boyd issued an apology through the school on Sunday for his retweeting actions on Saturday. During halftime of the Longhorns' blowout loss to TCU, Boyd retweeted a tweet suggesting that he and a teammate should transfer from the school. As I've had time to reflect on..." October 05

  • SEC shut out of AP top five for first time in half a decade

    College Football Talk "The polls are meaningless. Especially any poll that isn’t the College Football Playoff top 25 and even then, as the TCU learned late last season, even the penultimate ranking is as meaningless as the paper they’re metaphorically written on. Still, they’re catnip to college football fans and..." October 05

  • Gus Malzahn not committing to Sean White as Auburn's starting quarterback

    Alabama "Believe it or not, Gus Malzahn is not yet ready to commit to Sean White as his full-time starting quarterback. White threw only 10 passes, but managed the offense without making mistakes in a 35-21 victory against San Jose State on Saturday. Afterward, Malzahn was asked if White would be..." October 05

  • As Oregon awaits a healed Vernon Adams Jr., it doesn't rule out more two-quarterback rotation

    Oregonian "The numbers that mattered most Saturday evening at Folsom Field were Oregon 41, Colorado 24. But the most-scrutinized numbers this upcoming week, as the Ducks prepare to host Washington State at 3 p.m. Saturday, will be seven and eight. Quarterback Jeff Lockie started and played seven..." October 05

  • Reggie Carter will miss rest of Georgia’s season

    Dawg Nation "Reggie Carter, the inside linebacker who at one time was considered a favorite to start this season, will not play anymore this season. Carter has battled shoulder problems this year, and finally had surgery this past week, head coach Mark Richt said. The surgery was first reported by..." October 05

  • Texas DB retweets tweet asking him to transfer to Texas A&M at halftime

    CBS Sports "Texas was on the business end of a beatdown at the hands of TCU in the first half in Fort Worth, trailing 37-0 at the half -- after a 30-0 first quarter score. The Longhorns were dominated from start to finish of the first half and weren't in the best of spirits heading into halftime. In the..." October 03

  • Oregon, Oregon State will honor shooting victims with helmet decals

    ESPN "The Oregon Ducks and Oregon State Beavers have added decals to the backs of their helmets to honor the Umpqua Community College shooting victims. At least nine students were reportedly killed and several more injured at the community college on Thursday when a gunman opened fire on..." October 03

  • Spartans LT Jack Conklin out with knee injury

    ESPN "Michigan State left tackle Jack Conklin will not suit up for the Spartans against the Purdue Boilermakers on Saturday because of an injured left knee. Conklin, an All-America candidate, has started 31 of the past 32 games at tackle for No. 2 Michigan State. He suffered the injury in last week's..." October 03

  • Florida QB Will Grier (illness) uncertain to play vs. Ole Miss

    CBS Sports "On Monday, Florida coach Jim McElwain noted that nine of his players showed up for flu shot day already with the flu. McElwain did not give out specific names, but according to multiple reports, quarterback Will Grier is one of the Gators that has been suffering from an illness this week and..." October 03

  • Arizona to 'discontinue' pregame haka dance after petition, criticism

    NZ Herald "A video of the American football side performing Ngati Toa's "Ka Mate" haka before a game against UCLA recently was picked up in New Zealand and international media earlier this week. The video - as well another teaching people "How to Haka" - received a mixed reaction from New Zealanders both..." October 02

  • Ekpre-Olomu expected to be first to collect on loss of draft value insurance

    CBS Sports "Former Oregon cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu is expected to be the first player to collect on a loss of draft value insurance, according to the man who underwrote the policy. Keith Lerner told CBS Sports Thursday night that Ekpre-Olomu is in the process of collecting a $3 million claim after..." October 02

  • Auburn, Under Armour sign 9-year, $78.1 million extension through 2025

    CBS Sports "Auburn has signed a 9-year extension with Under Armour worth $78.1 million, which is the largest apparel contract in the SEC. Under Armour, which has signed Auburn since 2006, will continue to be the Tigers' official apparel provider through 2025. The new deal includes $22.5 million in cash for..." October 02

  • Another bowl: NCAA approves inaugural Arizona Bowl for Dec. 29

    CBS Sports "We have yet another bowl game to be played when the postseason begins. The Arizona Sports and Entertainment Commission announced the NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl has been approved by the NCAA and is scheduled to be played on Dec. 29 at Arizona Stadium in Tucson. The game will feature teams from..." October 01

  • Maryland moves game vs. Michigan to 12 p.m. due to potential hurricane

    SI "Kickoff for Saturday’s game between Maryland and Michigan in College Park, Md., has been moved from 8 p.m. to 12 p.m. due to the potential effects of Hurricane Joaquin, the schools announced Thursday. The current forecast from the National Hurricane Center projects the storm to begin impacting..." October 01

  • IU football: Darius Latham suspended indefinitely

    Indianapolis Star "Junior defensive tackle and North Central High School alumnus Darius Latham has been suspended indefinitely from Indiana University's football program. According to an IU press release, Latham has been suspended "immediately and indefinitely from competition with the football team pending the..." October 01

  • Gators Will Grier to start against Ole Miss

    Palm Beach Post "Florida coach Jim McElwain announced after Wednesday’s practice that Grier will once again be the signal caller for the Gators. However, McElwain didn’t say if Grier would be starting the rest of the season. “I just know this. We’ve got two guys,” McElwain said. “We’ve got one that played..." October 01

  • FSU RB Mario Pender has surgery after suffering collapsed lung

    Tallahassee Democrat "Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher said backup running back Mario Pender had surgery on Wednesday after suffering a collapsed lung last week. Fisher said the surgery was to close a minor hole in Pender’s lung and address an infection. Fisher originally said Pender's recovery would last 10-12..." October 01

  • Leonard Fournette On Whether He’ll Sit Out 2016 To Prepare For NFL Draft

    Black Sports Online "Leonard Fournette is a man, a rare breed like Jim Brown, Herschel Walker, Jadeveon Clowney and Adrian Peterson to name a few. Fournette probably was ready to be a professional hours after his senior prom, but NCAA rules prohibit a student athlete playing football from turning pro until..." October 01

  • Report: Wisconsin RB Corey Clement having sports hernia surgery in Germany

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Wisconsin RB Corey Clement isn't going to a local doctor for his sports hernia surgery. The team said last week that Clement would be out 4-6 weeks because of a sports hernia injury. According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, he's having the surgery in Germany by a doctor who's considered to..." October 01

  • N.C. State dismisses RB Shadrach Thornton from team

    Greensboro "N.C. State starting running back Shadrach Thornton has been dismissed from the program, the school announced Wednesday. Thornton's dismissal came after he was arrested Tuesday night, according to police reports. “It’s an unfortunate set of circumstances, but we’ve made the decision to..." October 01

  • Jayron Kearse, Clemson defense ready to make a statement against Notre Dame

    Independent Mail "When the Clemson football team plays Notre Dame in primetime Saturday, junior safety Jayron Kearse will be playing with a chip on his shoulder. “They’re getting a bit chippy, they’re talking a lot, all through the media and things like that so I’ll just say, I hope the ref lets us play..." October 01

  • MSU's Mark Meyers pleads guilty to impaired driving

    Detroit Free Press "Michigan State junior safety Mark Meyers pleaded guilty today to impaired driving stemming from a Sept. 6 incident in East Lansing, the Ingham County Prosecutor's office confirmed. Meyers was arrested by MSU Police early the morning of Sept. 6 and charged with operating while intoxicated. He..." October 01

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