• 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

  • Ed Orgeron: LSU looking to get freshman QB Myles Brennan on the field

    Sportsnaut "LSU head coach Ed Orgeron is looking to get freshman Myles Brennan involved as he looks for a spark offensively. On Monday following Saturday’s embarrassing blowout loss to Mississippi State, Orgeron said, “We’re going to give Myles more reps. See if he can play in the next couple of games,” per..." September 19

  • Arkansas will feature Cowboys-themed uniforms in Week 4 to honor Jerry Jones

    Sportsnaut "The Arkansas Razorbacks are heading to Texas Saturday to battle their SEC West rivals, Texas A&M, in AT&T Stadium, which Jerry Jones built for the Dallas Cowboys. Jones, who attended Arkansas and was a member of the school’s 1964 national championship squad, will be honored by the Razorbacks in a..." September 18

  • Heisman breakdown: With Lamar Jackson dud, it's Baker Mayfield's to lose

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Last season, Lamar Jackson ran away with the Heisman Trophy, all but winning the award by midseason. Oklahoma’s Baker Mayfield, after suffering two early season losses to Houston and Ohio State, rallied through a tremendous 2016 season but still couldn’t come close to catching Jackson. Now,..." September 18

  • Michigan WR Tarik Black has 'a crack' in his foot, coach Jim Harbaugh says

    ESPN "Michigan wide receiver Tarik Black will need surgery to repair "a crack" in his foot, coach Jim Harbaugh said on Monday. Black left Saturday's win over Air Force on the back of a golf cart after injuring his foot. Harbaugh said Monday that he isn't sure whether Black will be healthy enough to..." September 18

  • Auburn QB Sean White dismissed from team following arrest

    Alabama "Auburn quarterback Sean White, who was arrested early Sunday morning for public intoxication, has been dismissed from the team, a source told AL.com. The 21-year old White, who had just served a two-game suspension for undisclosed reasons, was arrested by Auburn police at 2:45 a.m. on Sunday on..." September 18

  • Jim McElwain provides update on injured DB Duke Dawson, freshman WR James Robinson

    Saturday Down South "When the Florida Gators take on the red-hot Kentucky Wildcats on Saturday, they may have to do so without a key member of their secondary. On Monday, coach Jim McElwain spoke with reporters, saying that CB Duke Dawson is highly questionable for Saturday’s game due to a head injury. Also of..." September 18

  • South Carolina's Deebo Samuel may be out for season with broken ankle

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Deebo Samuel's season may be over. South Carolina's star wide receiver suffered a broken ankle in Saturday's 23-13 loss to Kentucky. Samuel tweeted after the game he "will be back in 5-6 weeks," but Gamecocks coach Will Muschamp didn't sound so optimistic. "I don’t have all the..." September 17

  • Auburn quarterback Sean White arrested for appearing under the influence in public

    Alabama "Auburn backup quarterback Sean White was arrested early Sunday for appearing under the influence in public. White, 21, was arrested by Auburn police and admitted to Lee County jail at 3:28 a.m., according to jail records. He is being held on $500 bond, according to jail records. His court..." September 17

  • Jerry Sandusky's son Jeffrey pleads guilty to 14 child sex abuse charges

    CBS Sports "Jeffrey Sandusky, the son of convicted sex abuser and former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky, has pleaded to 14 counts of child-sex abuse charges. The 41-year-old Sandusky entered his pleas on Friday. The charges include "soliciting sex from a child younger than 16 and soliciting..." September 16

  • University of Tennessee warns Vols football fans about traveling to Florida in wake of Irma

    Knoxville News Sentinel "In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, the University of Tennessee Athletic Department has warned fans traveling to Saturday’s game at Florida to plan ahead for heavy traffic, high waters and gas shortages around the Gainesville area. Saturday’s game is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. ET..." September 15

  • Memphis-UCF game rescheduled for Sept. 30 in Orlando as part of AAC shuffling

    College Football Talk "Memphis and Central Florida will be playing this year after all. The schools and the American Athletic Conference confirmed that the Tigers would travel to Orlando to play the Knights on September 30th in a game that was previously scheduled for September 9th but was moved due to Hurricane Irma..." September 15