• Notre Dame RB Greg Bryant Ruled Academically Ineligible For 2015 Season

    The Big Lead "Bryant, a former Top 50 overall recruit, had already been suspended for the first four games. He rushed for 289 yards and three touchdowns on 54 carries as a sophomore last season. He was expected to play a greater role this season. That news isn’t great for Notre Dame’s depth chart. Tarean..." August 04

  • Pittsburgh WR Tyler Boyd suspended for season opener

    NFL.com "Ohio State's Joey Bosa isn't the only top talent who will be sitting out the first week of the college football season. Tyler Boyd, one of the top wide receivers in college football, will be suspended for Pittsburgh's first game of the season following a DUI charge. New Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi..." August 04

  • No. 1-ranked Dylan Moses reopens recruitment

    ESPN "Dylan Moses, the No. 1-ranked prospect in the Class of 2017, has decommitted from LSU. Moses, a 6-foot-2, 225-pound, do-it-all talent, said in a tweet that he wanted to open his recruitment again and give other schools an opportunity. He added that LSU is still the front-runner for his..." August 04

  • JUCO WR Jarvis Baxter gets release from LOI at USF, walking on at Oklahoma

    College Football Talk "Junior college wide receiver Jarvis Baxter set his sights on joining the South Florida Bulls this fall, but academic concerns forced him to try and back out of a letter of intent. USF’s loss will be Oklahoma’s gain. Baxter will reportedly walk-on with the Sooners and report to fall camp this..." August 04

  • Temple receiver Robby Anderson is cleared to return

    Philly.com "Robby Anderson was a difference maker at wide receiver for Temple in 2013 before he was ruled academically ineligible last season. Now he is eligible to play again this year. The 6-foot-3, 175-pound Anderson successfully completed summer courses at Temple and the coaching staff received word..." August 04

  • SMU adds South Carolina transfer to roster; loses junior DT

    Dallas Morning News "SMU just got stronger up front. According to the updated official roster, SMU has added former South Carolina defensive tackle Deon Green to the team. Green had a rough start to his college career. After picking South Carolina over offers from Ole Miss and Penn State, Green missed both the..." August 04

  • UNC reinstates DB Malik Simmons after short suspension

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "North Carolina defensive back Malik Simmons has been reinstated to the team, according to coach Larry Fedora. Simmons had been indefinitely suspended on July 24 after a second arrest. He was scheduled to be in court on Monday, but instead was taking part in the Tar Heels first day of fall..." August 04

  • Former Ute Dominique Hatfield charged with assault

    KSL "Former Utah cornerback Dominique Hatfield was charged with assault Monday. On July 5, Hatfield, 20, was at a party when an acquaintance of his asked him to stop "rolling marijuana into a blunt." The acquaintance said he didn't want the smell of marijuana smoke in the room due to the many..." August 04

  • Arrest to cost Purdue’s Gelen Robinson at least two games

    Indianapolis Star "Purdue sophomore Gelen Robinson will miss at least the first two games of the 2015 season following his alcohol-related arrest this summer. Robinson's suspension could grow to four games, coach Darrell Hazell said at Friday's Big Ten media day. "It will be a minimum of two and a maximum of..." August 04

  • Wake suspends one starter for five games, another for opener

    College Football Talk "Just a couple of days before summer camp opens, Wake Forest has meted out punishment that will impact both its offensive line and defensive secondary once the 2015 season kicks off. The football program announced in a press release that Ryan Anderson has been suspended for the first five games..." August 04

  • Maquedius Bain leaving program; DT Mickey Johnson returns to squad

    The Advocate "LSU has lost a defensive lineman and gained another one. Sophomore Maquedius Bain tweeted Monday that he’s leaving the program, while Mickey Johnson is returning to the team after flirting with transferring in the spring. Johnson, a senior from Covington, is one of 105 players who will..." August 04

  • Mississippi State's Quadry Antoine to transfer; Rashun Dixon off team

    The Score "Mississippi State unveiled its revised 105-man training camp roster on Sunday, leaving off junior linebacker Quadry Antoine, whom the school says intends to transfer. Antoine had six tackles and a sack in 14 games played over his two years with the program. A school spokesperson confirmed..." August 04

  • Tunsil, stepfather agree to drop domestic violence charges

    The Clarion-Ledger "Domestic violence charges against both Ole Miss left tackle Laremy Tunsil and his stepfather are likely to be dropped on Monday. Tunsil's attorney, Steven Farese, told The Clarion-Ledger on Friday that both attorneys mutually agreed to have their clients sign dismissal forms earlier in the..." August 02

  • No charges filed against LSU QB Anthony Jennings, two other Tigers, DA says

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "No charges will be filed against LSU quarterback Anthony Jennings and two other players arrested for unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling East Baton Rouge Parish District Attorney Hillar Moore III said Friday. Jennings, defensive lineman Maquedius Bain and defensive back Dwayne Thomas..." August 01

  • Wisconsin may change admissions process to help recruits

    CBS Sports "On the one hand, Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez insisted Thursday that his program's tougher admissions process for athletes compared to other schools has not competitively hurt the Badgers. On the other hand, Alvarez said Wisconsin is discussing a return to its old process so recruits..." July 31

  • Victim asks for charges against LSU players to be dropped

    CBS Sports "The LSU student at the center of an on-campus break-in involving three LSU football players has asked that the charges against the players be dropped. LSU quarterback Anthony Jennings, defensive lineman Maquedius Bain and defensive back Dwayne Thomas were arrested in June and charged with..." July 30

  • Nick Saban was 'not interested' in Texas job and 'never will be'

    Tuscaloosa News "Nick Saban coaches at Alabama. He traveled to Northwest Florida to speak to a booster club on Tuesday night. Talk of Saban and Texas can cross state lines freely. Saban offered slight detail about his agent Jimmy Sexton's conversations with Texas, saying Sexton called him “about 15 times” to..." July 29

  • ‘Personal reasons’ lead CB Ryon’e Winters to transfer from Wyoming

    College Football Talk "Craig Bohl will head into his second summer camp at Wyoming a little lighter in the defensive secondary, the school announced late this past week. In a press release, UW confirmed that Ryon’e Winters has decided to leave the Wyoming football program for what was described only as “personal..." July 27

  • After failing to gain admission at Wisconsin, teams scramble for four-star RB

    Fox Sports - College Football "Unfortunately for Jordan Stevenson, his college football career has gotten off to a rocky start as he failed to qualify at Wisconsin and has been granted his release from the school. While Stevenson may not get to attend his first choice of schools, he now has several excellent suitors to choose..." July 27

  • Pitt WR Tyler Boyd given probation following DUI arrest

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Pitt wide receiver Tyler Boyd was sentenced to one year of probation Friday after a June arrest for DUI. According to the Pittsburgh Tribune Review, Boyd will take safe driving classes, have his license suspended for 90 days and pay court costs in addition to his probation. If he successfully..." July 27

  • Trial between OK State, Texas coach Joe Wickline to begin in October

    ESPN "It appears that Oklahoma State will be going to court with Texas offensive line coach Joe Wickline. The Austin American-Statesman reported that an Oklahoma judge has scheduled a pretrial conference for Oct. 23 in the contract dispute between Oklahoma State and Wickline. Oklahoma State is..." July 27

  • 4-Star Safety Isaiah Pryor Commits To Ohio State, Is 9th Blue Chip Player In Buckeyes’ 2017 Class

    College Spun "Ohio State’s 2016 class is pretty, pretty good. After locking up five-star Nick Bosa, Ohio State took over the No. 1 spot in 247Sports‘ composite rankings. The Buckeyes’ 2017 class may trump it. It is July 27, 2015, and the Buckeyes just grabbed a 10th 2017 commit, nine of whom are four or five..." July 27

  • Receiver Marquis McClain commits to Auburn

    Alabama "Auburn has picked up a commitment from Marquis McClain, a wide receiver from Crestview, Fla. McClain, a standout at Crestview High School, was visiting Auburn this weekend when he gave his verbal commitment, according to 247Sports." July 27

  • TCU DB, Mansfield graduate George Baltimore no longer playing football after ‘extensive’ surgeries

    Dallas Morning News "The Horned Frogs have a lot of production to replace in the secondary, and that challenge is now a bit tougher. TCU safety George Baltimore said in an Instagram post that he is no longer with the team due to “extensive shoulder surgeries.” He has also been removed from the official roster on..." July 27

  • NIU player charged with driving under the influence

    Daily Chronicle "A Northern Illinois University football player faces felony charges after police said they stopped him drunkenly driving 93 mph on Route 23 at 12:18 a.m. Thursday. Skyler P. Monaghan, 19, of the 28500 block of West Ash Creek Road, Willcox, Arizona, is charged with driving under the influence of..." July 27

  • Jocquez Bruce leaves Tennessee football program

    Knoxville News Sentinel "Tennessee freshman wide receiver Jocquez Bruce is leaving the football program. The former South-Doyle High School standout, who agreed to blueshirt at UT in February, announced his departure in a statement provided to the News Sentinel on Friday. “I would like to announce that I will no..." July 27

  • Chad Hedlund, son of UNT coach, now at SMU

    Denton Record Chronicle "Kicker Chad Hedlund, a former Argyle standout and the son of UNT soccer coach John Hedlund, is now playing for SMU, one of the Mean Green’s key rivals. Hedlund began his career at Wake Forest. E.J. Holland of The Dallas Morning News pointed out this morning that Hedlund has been added to the..." July 27

  • UAB football brings back this former Spain Park standout

    Alabama "Former Spain Park standout Bryant Novick said he will return this fall to UAB, becoming the latest former Blazer to reunite with coach Bill Clark's reinstated program. Novick on Friday said he chose UAB over Hawaii, James Madison and Tennessee-Chattanooga," but I knew that staying here was the..." July 27

  • Taking a Chance: three-star WMU QB signee heads to D-II

    College Football Talk "In 2014, Chance Stewart was thought to be the next big thing at the quarterback position for Western Michigan. In 2015, Stewart will ply his football wares a couple of rungs down the collegiate football ladder. On its official Twitter page a few days ago, Hillsdale College in Michigan..." July 27

  • San Jose State football team's Bomani Bassette-Hairston is dismissed

    San Jose Mercury News "For the second time in a week, San Jose State has dismissed a member of its incoming freshman class. Bomani Bassette-Hairston, a defensive back from Oakland's McClymonds High, was kicked off the team Friday by coach Ron Caragher after he completed a review of an on-campus incident involving a..." July 25

  • Report: Florida DT Jay-nard Bostick is leaving The Swamp

    College Football Talk "Florida’s defense is expected to be pretty good this season, but it will be without defensive tackle Jay-nard Bostwick. Bostwick, a redshirt sophomore, has been granted a release from his scholarship by the Gators and new head coach Jim McElwain, according to a report from GatorBait.net. This..." July 25

  • Report: Four-star RB Jordan Stevenson denied admission by Wisconsin

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "One of the highest-rated members of Wisconsin’s 2015 recruiting class has reportedly been denied admission into the university. According to BadgerBlitz.com, Jordan Stevenson won’t join the Badgers in the fall. Stevenson, a four-star running back from Dallas, Texas, announced the news on his..." July 25

  • UNC defensive back Malik Simmons suspended following second arrest of summer

    College Football Talk "For the second time this summer, North Carolina defensive back Malik Simmons has been arrested. He ha snow been suspended indefinitely by UNC head coach Larry Fedora, the school announced in a brief statement Friday afternoon. The official statement from UNC’s athletics office says simply..." July 25

  • Braxton Miller a quarterback first, his dad says

    Columbus Dispatch "Braxton Miller’s father told The Dispatch on Thursday night that his son still considers himself a quarterback first and the reported move to hybrid receiver is merely a backup plan. Sports Illustrated reported on Thursday night that Miller will switch to H-back because his surgically repaired..." July 24

  • Ohio State’s Braxton Miller will change positions from QB to wide receiver

    SI - College Football "The idea of switching to wide receiver first came to Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller in April, when he discussed it with strength coach Mickey Marotti. In May, he brought up the possibility to coach Urban Meyer and the two began watching film of star wide receivers together. Later that..." July 24

  • Cardale Jones fires back at Ohio State fan on Twitter

    ESPN "Cardale Jones still isn't filtering his thoughts, and the Ohio State quarterback also isn't taking kindly to anybody suggesting that he should. After going on Twitter to express his feelings about social issues Thursday morning, Jones was clearly bothered by a suggestion he should "worry about..." July 24

  • Texas AD Steve Patterson: We never made an offer to Nick Saban

    Larry Brown Sports "About two years ago, Nick Saban reportedly gave serious thought to coaching at Texas before signing a lucrative extension with Alabama. What was the offer from the Longhorns that had him thinking? According to Texas athletic director Steve Patterson, there wasn’t one. In a new book about..." July 23

  • Devonte Fields given clearance by Louisville admissions department

    ESPN "Former TCU Horned Frogs defensive end Devonte Fields has been cleared to attend and play at Louisville. Fields will enroll Aug. 4, he said in a text to ESPN.com. Louisville is scheduled to begin fall practice two days later. On Tuesday, Louisville coach Bobby Petrino told reporters at the..." July 23

  • Tennessee football player Charles Mosley arrested for DUI, speeding

    Knoxville News Sentinel "Tennessee redshirt freshman lineman Charles Mosley was arrested early Wednesday morning for first-offense DUI and speeding, according to an arrest warrant. Mosley, 18, was stopped by Tennessee Highway Patrol at 1:51 a.m. Wednesday on Interstate 40 for allegedly traveling 79 mph in a 55 mph..." July 23

  • Vanderbilt’s Jordan Cunningham to transfer to North Carolina

    Tennessean "Former Vanderbilt receiver Jordan Cunningham is transferring to North Carolina. Cunningham caught 19 passes for 150 yards in two seasons with Vanderbilt. He took a leave of absence in September for personal reasons, and in May said on Twitter that he was transferring to Cincinnati." July 23

  • Five-star DE Nick Bosa commits to Ohio State

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Five-star defensive end Nick Bosa, the younger brother of standout Joey Bosa, committed to Ohio State on Thursday. Bosa, a 6-foot-4, 265-pound strong-side defensive end at St. Thomas Aquinas High School (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.), announced his decision on Twitter. He visited Florida and Florida..." July 23

  • UA football player arrested, kicked off team

    Arizona Daily Star "Offensive lineman Jordan Poland is no longer with the Arizona Wildcats football program after being arrested Wednesday by the Tucson Police Department. A Tucson Police Department spokesperson confirmed Wednesday night that Poland was arrested earlier in the day on one count of trafficking in..." July 23

  • Former Pitt secondary coach sues over firing

    Pittsburgh Tribune Review "Former University of Pittsburgh secondary coach Troy Douglas said in a federal lawsuit filed Monday that the university violated his two-year football coaching contract when it fired him a year into the contract. Former head football coach Paul Chryst recruited him from Iowa State in 2014. His..." July 23

  • Spurrier reiterates he’s not retiring in rant

    USA Today "It was not so much a press conference as it was a manifesto; a full accounting of his accomplishments, his health and his perceived enemies squeezed into 10 minutes of fury that made one of the game's great coaches and biggest characters look smaller than he ever should be. Steve Spurrier has..." July 23

  • Jim Harbaugh made fifth-year seniors try out at Michigan

    Larry Brown Sports "Jim Harbaugh made lots of changes upon taking the head coaching job at his alma mater Michigan, and some of his moves rubbed people the wrong way. For instance, Harbaugh had fifth-year seniors try out to make the team. Keith Heitzman, a senior tight end who transferred to Ohio, told the..." July 23

  • Oklahoma Quarterback Trevor Knight Says He Will Not Transfer If He Loses Starting Job

    College Spun "Trevor Knight entered 2014 with all kinds of hype after dominating Alabama in the Sugar Bowl the year before, but his season did not go as planned. Knight threw for 2,300 yards, with 14 touchdowns and 12 interceptions, and completed 56.6% of his passes. He missed the three final games of the..." July 23

  • New book details Nick Saban’s (agent’s) flirtation with Texas

    College Football Talk "I promise, this will be the last time I make reference to the old Nick Saban-to-Texas speculation. Probably. During the 2013 season, it was an open secret that Texas, even as Mack Brown was technically in place as head coach, was in lust with Nick Saban, with the Alabama coach’s agent, Jimmy..." July 22

  • Ex-Florida QB Jeff Driskel named starter at Louisiana Tech

    CBS Sports "Jeff Driskel, the starting quarterback in 21 games for Florida over the last three seasons, will be Louisiana Tech's starter under center this fall. Driskel was picked by Bulldogs coach Skip Holtz as one of the player representatives for Conference USA media days and earlier this week confirmed..." July 22

  • Bob Stoops reveals he's had 'many more than 5 offers' while at OU

    Sporting News - NCAAF "It's no secret that the game's top coaches are pursued for other jobs. Sometimes we know they've been courted; other times we only can assume. On Wednesday, Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops told ESPN.com's Brett McMurphy that he's had multiple offers over the years." July 22

  • Navy, Notre Dame to meet in San Diego in 2018

    CBS Sports "Only months after defeating San Diego State in the 2014 Poinsettia Bowl, Navy has already made plans to return to San Diego and Qualcomm Stadium -- this time for a game with arguably even bigger stakes. The Midshipmen announced Wednesday that its 2018 meeting with Notre Dame will be played at..." July 22

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