• LSU DB Dwayne Thomas likely out for the season, source says

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "LSU defensive back Dwayne Thomas suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament and is likely out for the season, a source confirmed to NOLA.com | The Times Picayune. Thomas, a redshirt sophomore from New Orleans, was injured when he tried to tackle New Mexico State quarterback Tyler Rogers in the..." October 01

  • ASU's Taylor Kelly "pretty questionable" for USC

    Arizona Republic "Arizona State coach Todd Graham said Sunday injured senior quarterback Taylor Kelly is "pretty questionable" for Saturday's contest at USC. Graham said Kelly will have a medical exam Wednesday and then "we'll kind of see where we're at." For now it appears, junior quarterback Mike Bercovici..." September 30

  • N.C. State coach Dave Doeren apologizes to FSU coach Jimbo Fisher

    Yahoo! Sports "After accusing Florida State players of faking injuries over the weekend, N.C. State head coach Dave Doeren apologized to FSU head coach Jimbo Fisher Tuesday morning. Related Stories NC State coach apologizes for fake injury remarks The Associated Press Doeren issues apology to Fisher for..." September 30

  • Congressman urges Big Ten to investigate Michigan concussion

    CBSSports.com "A U.S. Congressman wants Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany to investigate why Michigan returned injured quarterback Shane Morris into last Saturday's game despite signs of a concussion. Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr. (D-N.J.) sent a letter Tuesday to Delany seeking an investigation and for the Big Ten to..." September 30

  • Petition to fire Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon has 5,000+ signatures

    SB Nation "Michigan student has started a petition to remove athletic director Dave Brandon from his position at the university, accusing the former Domino's Pizza CEO of "alienating the current student body" due to poor decision-making and bringing negative press to the athletic department and the..." September 30

  • Meyer: When Miller returns, 'it's Braxton's team'

    Fox Sports Ohio "Redshirt freshman J.T. Barrett is firmly entrenched as Ohio State's starting quarterback. For now. With Braxton Miller out for the season while recovering from a shoulder injury, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer was asked Monday if he'd thought about "a good problem to have" if Miller returns to..." September 30

  • Dave Brandon's athletic department failed Brady Hoke early Tuesday morning

    Fox Sports Detroit "On Saturday, Brady Hoke and his football staff failed Shane Morris. In the early hours of Tuesday morning, Dave Brandon's athletic department failed Brady Hoke. As far as anyone can tell from the power plays currently underway on Michigan's athletics campus, the first mistake was one of..." September 30

  • Darian Roseboro decommits from Michigan

    Maize N Brew "Darian Roseboro, a four-star defensive end, has decommitted from the University of Michigan's 2015 class. Darian Roseboro (Lincolnton, North Carolina) announced Monday evening that he has officially decomitted from Michigan, according to his Twitter account. Roseboro committed to the..." September 30

  • Anthony Alford is leaving the Ole Miss program

    The Clarion-Ledger "Anthony Alford has settled on one sport. The former Mr. Football and Mr. Baseball winner has left the Ole Miss football program in order to play baseball fulltime. Alford is a member of the Toronto Blue Jays organization after the club drafted him in the third round of the 2012 MLB player..." September 30

  • UCF's George O'Leary accused of racist remarks in suit

    USA Today "Former University of Central Florida defensive coordinator Paul Ferraro accuses UCF football coach George O'Leary of explosive racist remarks in a breach of contract lawsuit filed in circuit court on Friday. The suit alleges that O'Leary used a derogatory word for African-Americans and called..." September 30

  • UGA RB Gurley falsely accused of assault in downtown Athens bar

    Athens Banner-Herald "University of Georgia running back Todd Gurley was falsely accused of assaulting a man early Sunday in a downtown Athens bar, Athens-Clarke County police said. The accuser, a 20-year-old UGA student, called police from his home at about 3:18 a.m. to report that he’d been punched by Gurley more..." September 30

  • UK suspends 4 players for roles in pellet gun scare

    Louisville Courier-Journal "The University of Kentucky football program suspended four freshmen, including two key contributors, for Saturday night's game against South Carolina after an incident with an airsoft pellet gun caused police to lock down campus late Sunday night. Wide receiver Dorian Baker, running back..." September 30

  • Michigan AD admits lack of communication regarding Shane Morris concussion, but statement raises more questions

    College Football Talk "Michigan’s lack of communication on the sideline led to the mishandling of a head injury to quarterback Shane Morris on Saturday. As it turns out, Morris did suffer a concussion to go with a high ankle sprain. Michigan athletics director Dave Brandon says he has been thoroughly reviewing the..." September 30

  • Bearcats dealing with loss of a brother

    Fox Sports Ohio "When the phone rings at 2 a.m., as Tommy Tuberville's did last year on Sept. 22, it's rarely a good sign. That's the time the University of Cincinnati football coach got the call informing him of a single-car accident that resulted in the death of freshman offensive lineman Ben Flick. Freshmen..." September 30

  • Charlie Weis is getting paid how much not to coach Kansas and Notre Dame?

    College Football Talk "Somebody get me the agent representing Charlie Weis on the phone, because the now former Kansas head coach has quite a deal going. According to the contract Weis had at Kansas, he will be paid $5.625 million in buyout money between now and December 31, 2016. Kansas fired Weis as head coach on..." September 29

  • Report: SMU brass “intrigued” by ex-Texas coach Mack Brown

    Dallas Morning News "While SMU will likely go with a young, energetic head coach to replace June Jones, Mack Brown continues to be a name thrown out there by a multitude of pundits. Brown has shown no public interest in the job. But according to a report from FoxSports.com’s Bruce Feldman, the SMU brass feels like..." September 29

  • Mack Brown: Not thinking past this year's TV gig

    ESPN.com "Former Texas coach Mack Brown said Monday he has not been contacted by any schools and if a school wants him as its coach, it'll have to wait until December to talk with him. Even then, Brown said he won't necessarily be interested because he's enjoying his television duties at ESPN and will..." September 29

  • John Harbaugh not interested in potential Michigan job

    CBSSports.com "Suffering through a 2-3 start and with the national criticism of coach Brady Hoke for sending his quarterback back into the game Saturday with what appeared to be a head injury, it's not difficult to imagine the University of Michigan coach losing his job. And almost immediately after the..." September 29

  • Brady Hoke insists ‘we would never put (in) a quarterback who was hurt’

    College Football Talk "Without mentioning anything about concussion protocol, Michigan coach Brady Hoke continued to play defense about leaving quarterback Shane Morris in on Saturday despite what appeared to not only a leg injury, but a blow to the head as well." September 29

  • Virginia Tech RB Shai McKenzie out for season

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF - Dr. Saturday "Virginia Tech will be without one of its top rushing threats for the rest of the season. The program announced Sunday that true freshman running back Shai McKenzie suffered a torn ACL in his right knee during Saturday’s win over Western Michigan. Per a release from the program, doctors will..." September 29

  • 9 coaches who could replace the fired Charlie Weis at Kansas

    SB Nation "Kansas fired head coach Charlie Weis Sunday after a rocky tenure in Lawrence, leaving the former Notre Dame head coach with a 6-22 record in his time with the Jayhawks. It's one of the toughest jobs in the major conferences -- they've only made consecutive bowl games once in 123 years of football,..." September 29

  • Did Brady Hoke send Shane Morris into the game with a concussion?

    CBSSports.com "Did Brady Hoke send his quarterback into the game with a concussion on Saturday? It's hard to know for sure, but the video evidence is somewhat damning. Early in the fourth quarter with the Wolverines trailing 30-7, Shane Morris took a blow to the head from Minnesota defensive lineman Theiren..." September 29

  • Charlie Weis has decided financial advantage in buyout money

    College Football Talk "Somebody get me the agent representing Charlie Weis on the phone, because the now former Kansas head coach has quite a deal going. According to the contract Weis had at Kansas, he will be paid $5.625 in buyout money between now and December 31, 2016. Kansas fired Weis as head coach on Sunday..." September 28

  • Kansas fires Charlie Weis after Texas rout

    CBSSports.com "Kansas has fired Charlie Weis four games into his third season at the school, the Jayhawks and athletic director Sheahon Zenger announced Sunday morning. Defensive coordinator Clint Bowen has been named interim coach. "I normally do not favor changing coaches mid-season," Zenger said in a..." September 28

  • Florida issued 406 drug tests to football players in 2013

    College Football Talk "The Florida Gators issued 406 drug tests in 2013 to football players and have already issued 300 drug tests to players this year. According to The Orlando Sentinel columnist Mike Bianchi, the Gators are easily on pace for over 400 drug tests within the football program this year. The numbers..." September 28

  • DE Michael Barnett Flips Commitment from FSU to UGA

    Sic Em Dawgs "Four-star defensive end Michael Barnett has flipped his commitment from Florida State to Georgia. Barnett surprised everyone by flipping to the Bulldogs this morning. He then signed financial papers to attend UGA as a January enrollee at 10:30am at a ceremony at his high school. Barnett..." September 27

  • ASU commit Jaason Lewis has unique skills

    Pacific Takes "The bad news yesterday for Arizona State? I probably don't even need to get into it. The good news? They received a commitment from one of the most versatile players in the nation in Ocean Lakes (Virginia) athlete Jaason Lewis. I can't ease the current concerns of Arizona State fans after..." September 27

  • Texas Tech QB Davis Webb sidelined with injury

    SB Nation "Davis Webb, starting Texas Tech Red Raiders quarterback, landed on his arm early in the fourth quarter against Oklahoma State Thursday night. He made it off the field and to the bench, where trainers gathered around what appeared to be his left, non-throwing shoulder. After a moment, he left..." September 27

  • No. 1 football recruit to miss rest of season

    ESPN.com "Josh Sweat, the top-rated overall prospect in the 2015 ESPN 300, will miss the remainder of his team's season after suffering a dislocated left knee in a game last Friday. "He's going to have to have some surgery on his knee," said Sweat's mother, Carlette Sweat. "He won't be playing again this..." September 27

  • Florida State's Mario Edwards Jr. ruled out for N.C. State game

    NFL.com "There is good news and bad news for Florida State heading into its game Saturday against North Carolina State. The good news: Jameis Winston will return for the Seminoles after the star quarterback was suspended for last week's game vs. Clemson. On the other hand, they will be without..." September 26

  • Grieving Bearcats head to Columbus for OSU game

    Cincinnati Enquirer "University of Cincinnati football players quietly boarded buses Friday afternoon for their trip north to play Ohio State, with the mood subdued after teammate Chamoda Kennedy-Palmore died Thursday. Kennedy-Palmore, a non-scholarship running back, was killed when a vehicle turned across two..." September 26

  • WR Johnnie Dixon fourth Ohio State Buckeyes freshman lost to season-ending injury

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Ohio State freshman receiver Johnnie Dixon is done for the year because he needs surgery on both knees, Buckeyes coach Urban Meyer said on his radio show Thursday. "He's so talented," Meyer said, "but he's been hurt really since his junior year of high school. We're expecting him to be fresh..." September 26

  • Gators AD Jeremy Foley: Will Muschamp will get entire season to prove himself

    Orlando Sentinel "Among the litany of angry fire-the-coach emails in my inbox after Alabama manhandled the Florida Gators last weekend was one from a well-heeled UF booster who threatened to cease his hundreds of thousands of dollars in annual contributions to the school unless the Gators fire Will..." September 26

  • Tennessee struggling to stop the run, face Gurley

    Covers.com "The Tennessee Volunteers have had all kinds of problems stopping the run so far in the young college football season, and things won't be getting any easier Saturday. The Vols will travel to Athens, GA for a date with star runningback Todd Gurley and his Georgia Bulldogs in Week 5 action...." September 26

  • Shy Tuttle commits to Vols

    Tennessean "Shy Tuttle, considered one of the top defensive linemen in the recruiting class of 2015, committed to Tennessee today. Paul Fortenberry, a reporter for Volquest.com, tweeted a picture of Tuttle in a Vols bucket hat. Tuttle, who plays for North Davidson High in Lexington, N.C., picked the..." September 26

  • Cincinnati Freshman RB Killed in Motorcycle Crash

    Cincinnati Enquirer "A University of Cincinnati football player from Lakota East High School was killed in a motorcycle crash Thursday, a UC official said. "It's a tragedy," said Ryan Koslen, associate athletic director for UC. Chamoda Kennedy-Palmore, a non-scholarship football player, was killed when a vehicle..." September 25

  • Texas football team drug testing rate doubles under Charlie Strong

    Austin American-Statesman "The number of drug tests administered to University of Texas football players has skyrocketed under first-year coach Charlie Strong, according to university data obtained by the American-Statesman through an open records request. According to university records, an average of 104 tests were..." September 25

  • Breckyn Hager switches football commit from Baylor to Texas

    Waco Trib "Austin Westlake High School senior linebacker Breckyn Hager has switched his verbal commitment from Baylor to Texas. Hager is the younger brother of Baylor senior linebacker Bryce Hager, who also played high school football at Austin Westlake. Their father is Britt Hager who was an..." September 25

  • Backup QBs could lead UCLA and ASU in pivotal Pac-12 battle

    College Football Talk "As the summer months passed by and it became time to speculate about the College Football Playoff contenders, UCLA was one of the trendy picks to represent the Pac-12. With players like quarterback Brett Hundley and linebacker Myles Jack and a program seeming to be budding under the leadership of..." September 25

  • Notre Dame, Texas A&M announce home-and-home for 2024-25

    CBSSports.com "Notre Dame and Texas A&M announced today an agreement to play a home-and-home series beginning with a meeting in College Station on Aug. 31, 2024. The Fighting Irish will host the return trip, set for Sept. 27, 2025, in South Bend. Considering both schools are in the midst of major stadium..." September 25

  • Vandy WR Cunningham takes leave of absence

    Tennessean "Vanderbilt sophomore receiver Jordan Cunningham has taken a leave of absence from the team due to personal reasons, according to coach Derek Mason. Cunningham is still enrolled in school and plans to finish this semester, according to Vanderbilt spokesman Larry Leathers. "Jordan has taken a..." September 25

  • Michigan State RB Jeremy Langford says ankle is '100 percent' by his definition

    Michigan Live "Michigan State tailback Jeremy Langford says his ankle “feels good’’ and “it’s 100 percent” entering Saturday’s noon homecoming game against Wyoming at Spartan Stadium. Of course, Langford -- who sprained his ankle in the Spartans' Aug. 29 opener against Jacksonville State -- admits his..." September 25

  • Les Miles: Brandon Harris has closed gap, but Anthony Jennings should start for LSU

    The Advocate "In an expected move, coach Les Miles announced Wednesday that Anthony Jennings should start at quarterback for LSU against New Mexico State on Saturday. But the coach left the door open for a change. “I think Anthony Jennings will take the first snap,” Miles said. “Right now it looks pretty..." September 25

  • Derrick Green officially emerges as Michigan's featured running back

    Michigan Live "Given the attention paid to the Michigan quarterback quandary, it's becoming easy to forget that U-M has run the ball more than 40 more times than its passed it (152-112) this season. Devin Gardner or Shane Morris? The more important question might be what about Derrick Green? Having..." September 25

  • Mullen on Day suspension: "We disagree with the decision..."

    The Dispatch "Hours after the Southeastern Conference announced a one-game suspension for Mississippi State center Dillon Day following a pair of incidents during MSU's 34-29 win over LSU Saturday night, Bulldogs' head coach Dan Mullen wasted little time in standing behind his fifth-year senior Tuesday night...." September 24

  • Jameis Winston's lawyer claims alleged victim asked for $7 million

    SB Nation "Winston's lawyer told Florida State officials of the claim in a letter obtained by TMZ Sports. The ongoing saga involving Jameis Winston and his alleged December 2012 sexual assault shows no signs of a clean resolution any time soon. TMZ Sports reported Wednesday morning that Winston's lawyer,..." September 24

  • U of L QB Gardner's status still unclear

    Louisville Courier-Journal "The University of Louisville football team is "monitoring" starting quarterback Will Gardner this week after he was sidelined by a low hit in Saturday's 34-3 win over Florida International, U of L announced in a release on Tuesday. Gardner appeared to tweak his left knee on the third-quarter..." September 24

  • UCLA's Mora delays making call on Brett Hundley

    ESPN Los Angeles "UCLA coach Jim Mora said he's going to "push it as far out as you can" before making a decision on whether quarterback Brett Hundley will start Thursday night against Arizona State in Tempe. Hundley injured his left (non-throwing) elbow in UCLA's 20-17 win over Texas on Sept. 13. The Bruins had..." September 24

  • FSU DL Nile Lawrence-Stample out for season

    Orlando Sentinel "FSU’s Nile Lawrence-Stample will miss the remainder of the season with a torn pectoral muscle. The junior defensive tackle suffered the injury against Clemson, but played through the entirety of the game. “Nile is a tough son of a gun,” FSU coach Jimbo Fisher said Tuesday. “…You can’t..." September 24

  • SEC suspends Dillon Day for 'unsportsmanlike act'

    The Clarion-Ledger "Dillon Day is suspended for Mississippi State's next game against Texas A&M on Oct. 4 the Southeastern Conference announced on Tuesday. The league suspended the center one game after reviewing video from MSU's game against LSU last Saturday. In an release the conference said, "This action is..." September 24

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