• N.C. State's Bradley Chubb apologizes for spitting on FSU logo after upset win

    Sporting News - NCAAF "N.C. State defensive end Bradley Chubb added insult to injury after Florida State's upset home loss to the unranked Wolfpack, then immediately regretted it. As soon as the Wolfpack's 27-21 win became official, Chubb ran to midfield and seemingly spit on the Seminoles' logo. Chubb apologized..." September 23

  • Ohio State backup QB Joe Burrow takes shot at NCAA

    USA Today "In response to a Wall Street Journal report that valued Ohio State's football program at $1.5 billion — alongside Texas and Oklahoma — Buckeyes backup quarterback Joe Burrow was critical of the fact that the football players in the program aren't allowed to be paid. "Our team is worth 1.5..." September 22

  • Paul Finebaum: “It’s Time To Tell The Truth” About SEC No Longer Being Top Conference

    The Spun "Paul Finebaum came to national prominence during the SEC’s unbelievable run from 2006-2012, when the league won every national championship. Earlier this week on Outside the Lines, Finebaum argued that poor coaching was the main culprit in the SEC’s move back towards the pack. He reiterated..." September 22

  • Ohio State most valuable college football program at $1.5B

    Sporting News - NCAAF "The Ohio State Buckeyes' winning ways have been very, very good for the bottom line in Columbus. The Buckeyes are the most valuable team in college football, according to a report published Thursday by the Wall Street Journal. The analysis by Ryan Brewer, an associate professor of finance..." September 22

  • NCAA hits Rutgers with 'failure to monitor' after investigation into drug testing

    CBS Sports "Following a lengthy investigation, Rutgers has now learned its NCAA fate. The NCAA ruled Friday that the athletic department failed to monitor the football program's drug-testing program over a five-year period, former coach Kyle Flood failed to monitor his operations staff, and Flood failed to..." September 22

  • Courtel Jenkins leaves University of Houston football team

    Houston Chronicle "Defensive tackle Courtel Jenkins, who was sitting out this season following his transfer from Miami, is no longer with the University of Houston football program, an athletic spokesman said Friday. No reason was given for the departure. Jenkins, who played for current UH defensive..." September 22

  • Clemson Kicker Greg Huegel Out for Season After Tearing ACL on Final Play of Practice

    SI - College Football "Clemson kicker Greg Huegel is out for the season after tearing his ACL on the final play of the Tigers’ practice, the team announced. This is about as sad as it gets when it comes to injuries, particularly given that Huegel is a kicker and that he was injured on a freakish play. No. 2–ranked..." September 22

  • Ex-A&M AD: ‘I had nothing to do with’ Kevin Sumlin’s massive contract extension

    College Football Talk "If you’re a fan of honesty — or at least one man’s version of what he honestly thinks is reality — this one’s in your wheelhouse. In 2012, the first season for both Kevin Sumlin in College Station and Texas A&M in the SEC, the Aggies went 11-2 overall and 6-2 in conference play, largely behind..." September 22

  • Nebraska fires AD Shawn Eichorst after struggles in football, basketball

    CBS Sports "Nebraska has fired athletic director Shawn Eichorst. The school announced the decision in a release on Thursday afternoon. "Shawn has led Nebraska Athletics in many positive ways, but those efforts have not translated into on-field performance," chancellor Ronnie Green said in a statement. "Our..." September 21

  • Anonymous NFL Scout: Saquon Barkley is better than Ezekiel Elliott

    Sportsnaut "There’s been a ton of buzz surrounding Penn State running back Saquon Barkley since the 2017 college football season started. Some already view the junior as the Heisman Trophy favorite. Others conclude he’s simply the best player in the nation. Likely to enter the 2018 NFL Draft after this..." September 21

  • Kentucky AD Mitch Barnhart condemns fan's sign ridiculing Hurricane Irma victims

    USA Today "UK athletics director Mitch Barnhart has issued a statement condemning a fan's sign made for the Florida game that was circulated online Wednesday. The sign, a photo of which was captured from a Snapchat story then tweeted by former Florida player Ahmad Black, reads, "If hurricane Irma didn't..." September 21

  • Saturday was one of the deadliest for college football in decades

    CBS Sports "One of the deadliest college football Saturdays in decades has added to one of the deadliest college football years in decades. Midwestern State cornerback Robert Grays died Tuesday after suffering an apparent serious neck injury while making a tackle Saturday against Texas A&M-Kingsville, the..." September 20

  • LSU’s Derrius Guice posts, then deletes, picture of him with brand-new car

    Sportsnaut "Unless LSU running back Derrius Guice has north of $50,000 laying around for a rainy day, this photo of him posing with his mother and a brand new car probably isn’t going to sit well with the NCAA. As noted, Guice would quickly delete the photo. But as we all know, you really can’t delete..." September 20

  • A college football player is hilariously stealing game towels from opponents

    CBS Sports "The football field is a chaotic place. There's a lot of jawing and fighting that doesn't always get picked up by microphones or television cameras. Simply put, a lot happens on the field that a casual observer may not catch. A lot of weird stuff, too. This would be one of those..." September 20

  • NFL scouts provide critical evaluation of quarterback Mason Rudolph

    Tulsa World "Mason Rudolph's blistering start to the 2017 season has many believing a national championship and Heisman Trophy are possibilities for the Oklahoma State quarterback. Through three games, Rudolph has thrown for 1,135 yards, 11 touchdowns to just one interception. In his most recent outing..." September 19

  • UCLA alum may buy naming rights to Rose Bowl

    Larry Brown Sports "For the first time since the stadium opened in 1922, the Rose Bowl could soon have a name other than just the Rose Bowl. Richard “Tod” Spieker, a Silicon Valley real estate investor and UCLA alum, is planning to donate $10 million of his own money and help raise $40 million in total for stadium..." September 19

  • Wisconsin fans cleaned out Provo's 2 bars during BYU game

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Many Wisconsin fans apparently traveled to see the No. 10 Badgers take on BYU way out in Provo, Utah. The town, home to the LDS-affiliated university (Mormons don't consume alcohol), has only two bars — ABG’s Libation Emporium and City Limits Tavern — both of which decided to open two hours..." September 19

  • Former No. 1 recruit Byron Cowart requests release from Auburn

    Alabama "Bryon Cowart has requested his release from the Auburn football program, a source with knowledge of the situation confirmed. The source indicated Cowart's request is "in the process" and up to coach Gus Malzahn as 7:45 a.m. Tuesday. The junior defensive lineman has three tackles with .5 for..." September 19