• Florida RB Jordan Scarlett, WR Rick Wells among four suspended Gators reinstated

    CBS Sports "Florida running back Jordan Scarlett, wide receiver Rick Wells, as well as linebackers James Houston and Ventrell Miller are all enrolled in school and have been cleared to return to the Gators after serving season-long suspensions stemming from a credit card fraud case that resulted in the..." January 23

  • All-American Shaquem Griffin not invited to combine

    Sportsnaut "Despite having only one hand, UCF’s Shaquem Griffin has been one of college football’s best pass rushers over the last two seasons, totaling 18.5 sacks with four forced fumbles. But as of right now, he has not been invited to the NFL Scouting Combine. It’s worth noting that Griffin can still be..." January 23

  • Police say Tyler Hilinski used Washington State teammate's rifle in suicide

    USA Today "Washington State quarterback Tyler Hilinski apparently took a former teammate’s rifle without his permission and used it to fatally shoot himself last week, according to police in Pullman, Wash. In an update to the case, police said in a statement Tuesday that their investigation into..." January 23

  • Despite two transfers in a week, Clemson's quarterback situation is just fine in 2018

    CBS Sports "For the second time in less than a week, Clemson has lost a quarterback to transfer. Fortunately for the Tigers, their depth chart at that position remains insanely good. Clemson announced on Monday that Tucker Israel will transfer to another program after getting his degree. Israel, who..." January 23

  • With Tua Tagovailoa lurking, Bryce Love is Bovada’s way-too-early 2018 Heisman favorite

    College Football Talk "The 2018 season doesn’t kick off for another seven-plus months, but it’s never too early for a little wagering action. Two weeks after the 2017 regular season ended, Bovada.lv released its first set of odds as to who will win the 2018 Heisman Trophy. Not surprisingly, running back Bryce Love,..." January 23

  • Former Utes starting cornerback Casey Hughes set to transfer to Michigan

    Salt Lake Tribune "Former Utah starting cornerback Casey Hughes has found a new home, and it will be in the Big Ten Conference. Hughes, who announced last week that he would seek a graduate transfer for his final season of eligibility, posted via Twitter on Sunday afternoon that he’ll play for the University of..." January 23

  • Report: Brian Kelly Recently Expressed Interest in Leaving Notre Dame for the NFL

    12 Up "​After brutal seasons for many NFL teams, there's a lot of speculation over who is going to take over as head coach for a bunch of teams. There are plenty of guys interviewing for a variety of jobs, but not every job has been filled yet. The Lions have ​locked up Patriots DC Matt Patricia and..." January 23

  • Alabama's Jalen Hurts lost his QB job, and now his dreadlocks

    Michigan Live "Even if Jalen Hurts is on the field for Alabama next season, it won't look the same. That's because the Crimson Tide QB has cut his signature dreadlocks, fulfilling an apparent promise he made if Alabama on the national championship. The man who is 27-2 as a starter might be able to hide in..." January 22

  • Stanford’s Keller Chryst to leave as a graduate transfer

    San Francisco Chronicle "Keller Chryst, Stanford’s starting quarterback for seven games last season before being replaced by redshirt freshman K.J. Costello, will play elsewhere next fall as a graduate transfer. Chryst made the announcement on Twitter but did not say where he was headed. He played three seasons at..." January 22

  • Ryan Day Expected To Remain At Ohio State, Despite Titans’ Interest

    NFL Trade Rumors "Adam Schefter reports that Ohio State co-offensive coordinator Ryan Day is expected to remain in Columbus and not become the Titans’ next offensive coordinator. On Sunday, Schefter reported that new Titans HC Mike Vrabel was considering Day to run Tennessee’s offense and work with QB Marcus..." January 22

  • Miami's Malek Young to undergo career-ending neck surgery

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The football career of Miami Hurricanes cornerback and former Coconut Creek High All-American Malek Young has ended. Young, who was injured in Miami’s 34-24 loss to Wisconsin in the Orange Bowl last month, is set to undergo career-ending surgery on his neck, the school announced..." January 21

  • Florida lands commitment from highly touted WR Justin Watkins

    SEC Country "Florida coach Dan Mullen landed a commitment Saturday from 4-star wide receiver Justin Watkins. The Under Armour All-American from East Ridge High School (Clermont, Fla.) is one of five official visitors for the Gators this weekend. Watkins is ranked the nation’s No. 21 wide receiver and No...." January 21

  • Rich Rodriguez accuser files new $8.5 million claim against Arizona

    Tuscon "The woman who filed a $7.5 million sexual harassment claim against former UA football coach Rich Rodriguez last month has submitted an additional $8.5 million claim against the University of Arizona, saying that the school is liable for Rodriguez’s conduct. Melissa Wilhelmsen, Rodriguez’s..." January 21

  • Rashaan Salaam's Heisman Trophy auctioned for record $399K

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Rashaan Salaam's 1994 Heisman Trophy has fetched a record price. The former Colorado running back had sold his award two years prior to his death in December 2016, but it sold again Saturday for a record $399,608, according to SCP Auctions. The online auction opened bidding on Jan. 8 and..." January 21

  • WSSU Football Player Najee Baker Shot & KIlled After Fight at Wake Forest Frat Party

    Black Sports Online "This is happening far too often on college campuses across the country. A young college student-athlete is dead after an apparent argument led to someone pulling out a gun and shooting at a frat party meant to celebrate the beginning of a new semester. Details via WXII 12:..." January 20

  • Air Force cancels games due to government shutdown

    ABC News "The Air Force Academy has canceled all athletic events due to a federal government shutdown that began overnight. "Due to the government shutdown, all Air Force Academy home and away intercollegiate athletic events have been cancelled until further notice," the academy said in a statement. "In..." January 20

  • Arkansas center Zach Rogers giving up football to pursue career in law enforcement

    Sportsnaut "After finishing up his junior season as the starting center for the Arkansas Razorbacks, Zach Rogers has decided to call and end to his football career. The former three-star recruit out of Hebron in Carrollton, Texas has decided to pursue a career in law enforcement instead. Rogers’ father,..." January 20

  • Wisconsin extends Paul Chryst's contract through 2023

    Yardbarker "The University of Wisconsin is very satisfied with the job head football coach Paul Chryst is doing and has rewarded him with a contract extension. On Friday, the university’s Athletic Board approved a contract that keeps Chryst locked in through Jan. 31, 2023, per FOX 11 in Madison, Wisc. This..." January 20

  • Report | Tee Martin signs extension to remain with USC

    Fanrag Sports "USC Trojans offensive coordinator Tee Martin has signed a multi-year extension to remain with the program, according to Bruce Feldman of FOX Sports. Martin had previously interviewed for the Oakland Raiders head coaching vacancy this offseason, choosing to return to the collegiate ranks to..." January 20

  • Gus Malzahn's 7-year, $49 million contract 'definitely not' fully guaranteed

    Alabama "Details of Gus Malzahn's new seven-year, $49 million contract extension at Auburn are still being hashed out, but it is "definitely not" fully guaranteed. Auburn president Steven Leath addressed Malzahn's contract and other athletics issues with reporters after introducing Allen Greene as the..." January 19

  • Stanford LB Ryan Beecher Diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma

    Bleacher Report "Stanford linebacker Ryan Beecher announced on Friday that he was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma last month. "In December, I was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma," Beecher wrote on Twitter. "I am receiving treatments while attending classes at Stanford. I look forward to making a full..." January 19

  • Derrius Guice signs with agency that reps Kendrick Lamar

    ESPN "One of the biggest names in music representation is getting into the business of representing athletes. Top Dawg Entertainment (TDE), which represents the likes of Kendrick Lamar, SZA, ScHoolboy Q and Jay Rock, announced Friday it is opening up a sports division and its first client will be former..." January 19

  • Illinois hires former Arizona co-OC Rod Smith as offensive coordinator

    Tuscon "Illinois announced Friday that it has hired former Arizona Wildcats assistant Rod Smith as its offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. Smith spent the past six years as Arizona’s co-offensive coordinator and QB coach under Rich Rodriguez, who was fired Jan. 2. Among all of Rodriguez’s..." January 19

  • Louisville DC Peter Sirmon resigns, joins Cal as associate HC

    Louisville Courier-Journal "Peter Sirmon has resigned as the defensive coordinator of the Louisville football team, "effective immediately," the program announced Friday. Sirmon spent one season as the Cardinals' defensive coordinator. His defense finished 62nd in the country in total defense, allowing 388.1 yards per..." January 19

  • Report: Alabama set to promote Mike Locksley to OC/QBs coach

    Saturday Down South "It appears early reports suggesting Nick Saban was preparing to promote Mike Locksley were accurate, Alabama has reportedly decided to promote from within and give the assistant coach more responsibility in 2018. Locksley served as Alabama’s co-offensive coordinator and receivers coach last..." January 19