• Florida State awarded its players ‘state championship rings’

    Palm Beach Post "Can you be a state champion if you’re the only team competing for the honor? Florida State, looking to honor a team that went 10-3 and lost to Houston in the Peach Bowl, awarded its players rings to commemorate a mythical state championship. Forget the fact the state’s three major football..." June 27

  • Big JuCo OT Ronald Rudd III Announces Commitment To UCLA In Heartfelt Twitter Note

    College Spun "The UCLA Bruins are adding a big-time junior college piece to their offensive line in the 2017 class. This afternoon, three-star offensive tackle Ronald Rudd III announced his commitment to Jim Mora’s program in a long, heartfelt note posted to Twitter, in which he thanks his family and the..." June 27

  • 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

  • Texas adds four-star OT, former Baylor signee JP Urquidez

    247 Sports "Texas’ 2016 class continues to grow. Former Baylor Bears signee JP Urquidez committed to the Longhorns on Saturday in wake of Baylor releasing him from his National Letter of Intent on Thursday. "Texas is the Flagship University and Coach (Charlie) Strong's Values align with the Urquidez..." June 26

  • 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

  • Baylor, Briles officially part ways, admit 'serious shortcomings'

    The Score "It's finally over. After days, weeks, and months of twists and turns in the saga involving Baylor and coach Art Briles, the two parties officially went their separate ways on Friday. "Baylor University and Art Briles have mutually agreed to terminate their employment relationship, effective..." June 25

  • SEC on alert after Twitter hack

    ESPN "Hackers used the official SEC Twitter account to post a couple images of scantily clad women Saturday morning. "We became aware of it when we saw some retweets," SEC spokesman Herb Vincent said in a statement. "The images were removed immediately, our password changed and we notified Twitter...." June 25

  • Watch Cal 5-star WR recruit Demetris Robertson nail 63-inch box jump

    Fox Sports "Demetris Robertson, the five-star wide receiver who was a late signee for Cal, showed off some of his freakish athleticism in Berkeley this week, as evidenced by this 63-inch box jump." June 25

  • Five-star offensive lineman Wyatt Davis commits to Ohio State

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Ohio State has added yet another commitment to its already stellar 2017 recruiting class. Wyatt Davis, the No. 1 guard in the nation (and No. 14 overall player, per 247Sports) tweeted his commitment to the Buckeyes on Friday. "I have decided to commit to 'THE' Ohio State University!" Davis..." June 25

  • Miami suspends Juwon Young indefinitely for violation of department rules

    Miami Herald "UM junior Juwon Young, who was expected to get playing time this season, is away from the team and his status for next season is in serious doubt as UM investigates a potential NCAA violation involving the linebacker, our ace contributor Peter Ariz and I have confirmed today. (Update: in the wake..." June 24

  • Central Michigan's Fountain acquitted of assault charges

    The Morning Sun News "An Isabella County jury took about an hour to acquit a Central Michigan University student of four misdemeanor charges stemming from a fight at a Mt. Pleasant bar. In a move never seen before by defense attorney Joseph Barberi, jurors in the Malik Fountain trial filed out of the Isabella County..." June 24

  • 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

  • Baylor, coach Jim Grobe release five 2016 signees from Letter of Intent

    CBS Sports "Baylor announced Thursday that it is releasing five players from the 2016 signing class from their National Letter of Intent. According to the school, all five players formally requested out before May 31. Acting coach Jim Grobe said, via a school release, that he wanted to a chance to speak to..." 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

  • Teko Powell transferring from Illinois, cites program instability as reason for departure

    The Champaign Room "Fighting Illini football's depth chart has taken another hit. On Wednesday, defensive lineman Teko Powell informed The News-Gazette of his intent to transfer from the program after four years in Champaign. The 6-foot-3, 295-pound junior was forced to miss 22 games over the past two years --..." 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

  • 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

  • David Sills set to transfer from West Virginia

    Yahoo! Sports "West Virginia quarterback/wide receiver David Sills is transferring. West Virginia issued a statement about Sills' departure Thursday morning. "We appreciate everything David has done for the Mountaineer football program," WVU coach Dana Holgorsen said in a statement. "He has done everything..." June 23

  • Former Miami lineman Jon Feliciano feels disrespected by Al Golden

    The Score "Al Golden disrespected his former players last week when he said his time in Coral Gables left him "burned out." In an appearance on the "Big O Show" on WQAM on Thursday, former Miami offensive lineman Jon Feliciano - now a member of the Oakland Raiders - said Golden has only himself to blame..." June 23

  • Rape survivor Brenda Tracy meets Nebraska coach Mike Riley

    USA Today "Brenda Tracy stood in front of Nebraska coach Mike Riley’s football team Wednesday afternoon and told them the story of that night nearly 18 years ago when she was gang-raped by four men — two of whom played for Riley’s Oregon State team in 1998. And then Tracy told his current players there..." June 23

  • Miami defender reportedly leaving Coral Gables

    Palm Beach Post "Sophomore safety James King left UM, a program spokesperson confirmed Tuesday. King left the team “to pursue other options,” according to a press release. King, who saw action on special teams as a freshman and moved from linebacker to safety this spring, was given a “full and unconditional..." June 23

  • 3-star QB Tyler Lytle commits to Colorado

    Today's U "Mike MacIntyre picked up a welcome addition to his 2017 recruiting class when 3-star quarterback Tyler Lytle offered up a verbal pledge to play for the Colorado Buffaloes on Tuesday. Lytle took to Twitter to announce his decision. “I’d like to thank God, family, coaches, teachers and..." June 23

  • 3-star QB Chase Garbers commits to Cal

    San Francisco Chronicle "Chase Garbers has committed to Cal, the three-star quarterback announced Tuesday on Twitter. The 6-foot-3, 210-pounder, who received his Bears offer in April, completed 226 of 329 passes for 2,715 yards and 33 touchdowns with three interceptions as a junior for Corona Del Mar High School..." June 23

  • 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

  • Big 12 Requests Full Baylor Information

    Big 12 Conference "The Big 12 Board of Directors is gravely and deeply concerned by media reports about activities involving the athletics program at Baylor University. On May 24, 2016, the Big 12 Board requested a full accounting of the circumstances surrounding the sexual assaults at the University. At this time..." 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

  • Michigan State OL Brandon Clemons granted sixth year of eligibility

    Michigan Live "At least one Michigan State player will be playing on a sixth year of eligibility in 2016. Spartans offensive guard Brandon Clemons has been granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA and will be eligible to play this season, Michigan State announced on Tuesday. His presence will help..." 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

  • UNC agrees to $795,000 settlement in two-year-old hazing case

    The Score "Two years after former UNC football player Jackson Boyer allegedly suffered a concussion during an off-campus hazing incident, the university has agreed to a $795,000 settlement with Boyer and his family. Boyer was a non-scholarship athlete at the time the incident allegedly took place at the..." June 22

  • Neurologist found protein associated with CTE in Kosta Karageorge's brain

    Yahoo! Sports "A neurologist who posthumously examined the brain of former Ohio State football player Kosta Karageorge said she found a protein that's associated with chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). Karageorge, who wrestled at Ohio State and was a walk-on defensive lineman for the Buckeyes, committed..." June 22

  • Ex-Baylor commit, WR prospect Devin Duvernay chooses Texas

    ESPN "The recruiting journey of Devin Duvernay has come to a conclusion ... again. Duvernay, the No. 42-ranked prospect in the Class of 2016, committed to Texas over TCU on Wednesday ending one of the most bizarre recruitments after Baylor failed to submit his National Letter of Intent paperwork to..." June 22

  • Attorney: Art Briles broke promise to apologize to Baylor sexual assault victim

    USA Today "The controversy surrounding Art Briles and Baylor keeps on swirling. The former Bears’ football coach reportedly promised a woman who was sexually assaulted by one of his players that he would support and apologize to her and her family at a mediation session in Dallas on Friday. But according..." June 22

  • 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

  • Markese Stepp to Notre Dame: Fighting Irish Land 4-Star RB Prospect

    Bleacher Report "Markese Stepp, a 4-star running back out of Cathedral High School in Indianapolis, announced Sunday he will play college football for Notre Dame. Stepp took to Twitter to declare his verbal commitment to the Fighting Irish: The class of 2018 ball-carrier ran for 1,300 yards on 155 carries..." June 22

  • Board of Regents Approves Raises For Bob Stoops & Coordinators

    News 9 "A few months after orchestrating a run to the College Football Playoff, the Oklahoma football coaches are reaping the benefits of the product they helped put on the field. The OU Board of Regents approved raises and extensions for head coach Bob Stoops, offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley and..." June 22

  • 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

  • Kirk Merritt, a sophomore receiver, will transfer from Oregon Ducks

    Oregonian "Oregon sophomore wide receiver Kirk Merritt will transfer, Ducks' head coach Mark Helfrich confirmed to The Oregonian/OregonLive on Monday through a spokesperson. The news of Merritt's transfer was first reported by 24/7 Sports. In a post on Twitter, Merritt said he is leaving the program..." June 21

  • Michigan State earns commitments from two Florida defensive ends

    Michigan Live "After a slow June for commitments, Michigan State has landed a pair of players from the same position in the same state in the same night. The Spartans earned verbal commitments on Monday night from two 2017 Florida defensive ends. Donovan Winter, of Bishop Moore Catholic in Orlando,..." June 21

  • QB Davis Webb getting comfy at Cal after early culture shock

    ESPN "Davis Webb's football career has been both consistently twisting and promising. He's seen a lot, experienced impressive successes, and suffered through injuries and a frustrating rejection. So don't assume that he doesn't understand the conflicted emotions, complications, and potential..." June 21

  • Tuberville: UC QB job is wide open

    Cincinnati Enquirer "The uncertain status of quarterback Gunner Kiel remains the biggest question for the 2016 University of Cincinnati football team, after a disappointing 2015 season. UC finished 7-6 last season, the worst record in three years under coach Tommy Tuberville. Tuberville’s first two UC teams each..." June 21

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