• Georgia 5-star RB recruit Zamir White suffers torn ACL

    Larry Brown Sports "One of Georgia’s top recruits suffered a bad blow on Friday night. Running back Zamir White, a five-star running back, suffered a torn ACL in his high school’s game. White suffered the injury when he was hit on the side of the knee by a helmet. Dawg Nation says White didn’t even think he had..." November 20

  • Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield odds-on favorite to win Heisman

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Baker Mayfield has made a late push to be the favorite to win the Heisman this year. Nevada sportsbooks have the Oklahoma quarterback tabbed to win the coveted award, according to ESPN.com. MGM had Mayfield listed at -250 odds as of last Monday, while the Westgate SuperBook has Mayfield's..." November 20

  • Baker Mayfield won't start vs. Mountaineers as disciplinary action

    ESPN "Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield will not start Saturday's game against West Virginia as disciplinary action for his antics at Kansas, coach Lincoln Riley said Monday. Mayfield, a senior, will also not serve as a captain on Oklahoma's senior day. "This decision was difficult," said Riley,..." November 20

  • Will Grier's Status for West Virginia's Bowl Game Uncertain After Surgery

    SI - College Football "West Virginia quarterback Will Grier had surgery to repair a broken middle finger on his throwing hand over the weekend and is expected to be sidelined around a month. His status for the Mountaineers’ bowl game is questionable, a source told SI Monday morning. Grier injured his finger trying to..." November 20

  • Report: Deontay Anderson seeks transfer from Ole Miss after claims of being misled in recruiting

    College Football Talk "With Ole Miss under investigation for NCAA violations and head coach Hugh Freeze getting canned prior to the start of the season, the fallout is continuing as the program tries to regain its footing. A report from Dan Wolken of USA Today says Ole Miss safety Deontay Anderson has filed his..." November 20

  • Brandon Peters in concussion protocol; playing status uncertain

    Detroit News "Michigan quarterback Brandon Peters is in concussion protocol after taking a hard hit at Wisconsin last Saturday and his availability the upcoming rivalry game against Ohio State is uncertain. “He’ll be coming in shortly,” Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said Monday. “He was seen (Sunday) and we’ll..." November 20

  • UCLA fires coach Jim Mora in sixth season with the Bruins

    CBS Sports "UCLA announced Sunday that coach Jim Mora has been fired after compiling a 46-30 record in six seasons with the Bruins. "Making a coaching change is never easy, but it's an especially difficult decision when you know that a coach has given his all to our University," said athletic director Dan..." November 19

  • Chip Kelly mentioned as potential next UCLA head coach

    Larry Brown Sports "UCLA made a surprising announcement on Sunday that Jim Mora has been fired as the school’s head football coach. With the team one win away from bowl eligibility and coming off a close defeat to rival USC, it seemed like an odd time to fire the head coach. So why is UCLA making the move? They..." November 19

  • Willie Taggart addresses rumors of unhappiness at Oregon

    Yardbarker "If Willie Taggart wants out of Oregon, he isn’t saying it publicly. After an ESPN report intimated that Taggart was looking for an exit from the school after just a year in charge, the coach himself shot those reports down following a 48-28 win over the Arizona Wildcats. Taggart has been..." November 19

  • Jim Harbaugh’s Michigan tenure isn’t going as well as expected

    Pro Football Talk "Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh has a habit of staying at each of his coaching stops only four years at a time. University of San Diego, four years. Stanford, four years. 49ers, four years. But none of those tenures ended because Harbaugh was struggling. To the contrary, he has consistently performed..." November 19

  • UCF coach Scott Frost disputes report he is close to Nebraska deal

    ESPN "UCF football coach Scott Frost on Saturday shot down a report that he was nearing a seven-year, $35 million deal with his alma mater, Nebraska. "That's just totally false," Frost said following No. 15 UCF's 45-19 win over Temple. "I haven't paid any attention to all of these whirlwind rumors..." November 19

  • Sam Darnold not talking about his draft status

    Larry Brown Sports "Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen were the focus of ABC/ESPN’s telecast of Saturday’s UCLA-USC game. Both are top QB prospects, and both are eligible to enter the NFL Draft next year. However, good luck getting Darnold to talk about his draft status. The redshirt sophomore was asked after his Trojans’..." November 19

  • Barkley vows to play in bowl game: 'I play for my brothers'

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Penn State running back Saquon Barkley will not go the way of Leonard Fournette and Christian McCaffrey by skipping his team’s bowl game this season. After his 158-yard, three-touchdown performance in Penn State’s 56-44 win over Nebraska Saturday, Barkley clarified a story that was written..." November 19

  • Bryce Love breaks FBS record with 11th 50-plus yard run this season

    Sportsnaut "After being bottled up for most of the evening against Cal, Stanford running back Bryce Love finally got loose and romped 57 yards for a touchdown. That touchdown run represents a couple of big-time personal achievements for Love, the Heisman candidate who seems to break a big one every single..." November 19

  • Baker Mayfield issues apology for taunting Kansas with crotch grab, curses

    CBS Sports "As expected, Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield has issued an apology for grabbing his crotch and dropping some f-bombs against Kansas. It just happened sooner than Monday. Speaking with reporters, Mayfield walked back his demeanor, citing what the children might think if they saw it...." November 19

  • West Virginia's Grier to miss several weeks with broken finger

    SI "West Virginia quarterback Will Grier is expected to undergo surgery to fix a broken middle finger and is expected to miss several weeks, according to ESPN. The injury occurred when Grier tried to run into the end zone with less than five minutes in the first quarter of the 28–14 loss to Texas...." November 19

  • Tennessee restaurant apologizes for rumor Jon Gruden was dining there

    The Advocate "Tennessee needs a new coach; Jon Gruden needed dinner ... it was a match made in Knoxville. Except, Gruden wasn't in Knoxville. Gruden wasn't in Tennessee, or even the same time zone — if you believe an ESPN PR representative. The odd rumor seemed to begin when Calhoun's, a restaurant by..." November 19

  • Myles Gaskin, Jake Browning break Washington career touchdown records

    Seattle Times "In the same half, Washington’s backfield tandem of Jake Browning and Myles Gaskin each reached new heights in the UW record book. After Gaskin broke the school record with his 38th career rushing touchdown in the first quarter, Browning broke the school record with his 76th career passing..." November 19

  • David Shaw becomes Stanford's all-time winningest coach

    San Jose Mercury News "The nation’s leading rusher limped to the bench to get his sprained ankle re-taped early, hobbled over to the sideline a few more times throughout the game, and finally left for good early in the fourth quarter. There was nothing easy for Stanford or its star player Saturday night in the 120th..." November 19

  • Wyoming QB Josh Allen out Saturday with shoulder injury

    Sportsnaut "With likely only a few more games left in his college career, Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen has a limited opportunity to impress NFL scouts as he prepares for the annual draft this upcoming spring. Unfortunately for Allen, he will miss Saturday’s game against Fresno State with a sprained AC..." November 18

  • Brandon Peters leaves game on cart after being hit hard by Wisconsin defender

    ESPN "Michigan quarterback Brandon Peters left Saturday's game on a medical cart after being hit hard by a Wisconsin defender in the third quarter. Badgers linebacker Andrew Van Ginkel hit Peters as he released a pass on third down, and then quickly began motioning to the Michigan sideline for..." November 18

  • West Virginia's Grier suffers nasty finger injury vs. Texas

    Fanrag Sports "West Virginia quarterback Will Grier left his team’s game against Texas on Saturday afternoon due to an injured finger on his throwing hand. He went straight to the locker room, and you can see why in this photo. Don’t look if you’re squeamish." November 18

  • Nebraska's Lee clears concussion protocol, will play vs. Penn State

    Lincoln Journal Star "Tanner Lee is set to start against Penn State on Saturday afternoon at Beaver Stadium, one week after he was knocked out of a game and into concussion protocol. Head coach Mike Riley gave that update on the redshirt junior, who has started each of NU's 10 games this season, to television..." November 18

  • USF freshman Kevaughn Dingle arrested for felony sexual battery

    ESPN "South Florida freshman wide receiver Kevaughn Dingle was arrested Friday on a felony charge of sexual battery. Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office record show that Dingle was arrested at 11:15 a.m. ET on Friday and was booked two hours later. A bond has not been set, and Dingle was still in..." November 18

  • Miami’s famed turnover chain creator previously banned from interacting with UNC athletes

    Raleigh News & Observer "Miami’s “turnover chain” has become a charming detail in one of college football’s best stories – that of the Hurricanes’ national resurgence. The chain, glitzy and gold and featuring a gaudy orange and green Miami logo, has become fodder for announcers during broadcasts of Miami football games,..." November 18

  • Malzahn ignoring Arkansas rumors, focused on Iron Bowl

    247 Sports "A report surfaced this week that Arkansas power brokers are interested in hiring Auburn's Gus Malzahn as its next head coach. Malzahn isn't too enthused by the report out of Arkansas this week or all of the talk surrounding his job security this season. The Auburn head coach, shortly after..." November 18

  • Tennessee has serious concerns about Jon Gruden as a coaching candidate

    CBS Sports "Tennessee has considerable reservations about hiring Jon Gruden, CBS Sports has learned. The concerns surround the fact Gruden has not coached at all in nine years and has not roamed a college football sideline in 26 years. Also, Gruden was basically a .500 coach (57-55) in his seven years with..." November 17

  • TCU QB Kenny Hill out vs. Texas Tech adds another wrinkle to wild Big 12 race

    CBS Sports "With two weeks left in the regular season, TCU is right in the thick of the Big 12 title race. The Horned Frogs sit at 5-2 in conference play, have Texas Tech and Baylor left on the schedule and -- with wins over Oklahoma State and West Virginia, both of which also have two conference losses,..." November 17

  • Sources: Arkansas Facing Pressure From Board to Make Gus Malzahn Next Head Coach

    SI - College Football "Earlier this week Arkansas canned athletic director Jeff Long, and multiple sources tell SI that in the wake of a dismal season for fifth-year coach Bret Bielema things have really gotten messy with Razorbacks' brass. Big-money boosters at Arkansas and members of the university's board of..." November 17

  • K-Statement: Bill Snyder ‘will remain coach until he decides otherwise’

    College Football Talk "Kansas State has responded to the events of Thursday and, wow, what a response. Early yesterday afternoon, a report surfaced that indicated K-State had a verbal agreement with Jim Leavitt to ultimately take over the football program in place but that arrangement was nixed by legendary current..." November 17

  • Wisconsin WRs George Rushing, Jazz Peavy no longer with team

    Land of 10 "Wisconsin wide receivers George Rushing and Jazz Peavy have been “out” with leg injuries, according to past Badgers injury reports. However, Thursday’s edition didn’t include either player, prompting reporters to ask coach Paul Chryst about their statuses. “For different reasons, both are not..." November 17

  • Lane Kiffin talks Twitter trolling and Nick Saban video he wants to tweet

    Alabama "If it were any other coach, the Florida Atlantic Owls might not be a story this year. But it isn't another coach. It's Lane Kiffin. The former Alabama offensive coordinator has FAU at 7-3, and the Owls can clinch the right to host the C-USA title game if it beats Florida International on..." November 17

  • Report: Jim Leavitt’s verbal deal to take over at K-State nixed by Bill Snyder

    College Football Talk "It’s not exactly a state secret that Bill Snyder wants his son, special teams coordinator Sean Snyder, to take over for him when he steps down a second, and presumably final, time as Kansas State’s head coach. Thursday brought forth a striking example of just how far the Wizard of Manhattan will..." November 16

  • Miami's Malik Rosier took field against ND after father had stroke

    ESPN "Miami quarterback Malik Rosier played with a little more inspiration during the Hurricanes' 41-8 drubbing of then-No. 3 Notre Dame on Saturday. Days before the biggest game of Rosier's college career, he received the news that his father had suffered a stroke nearly 500 miles away, in..." November 16

  • Chip Kelly-to-Florida rumors shot down by Steve Spurrier

    Oregonian "So, maybe Chip Kelly isn't the main target of Florida's coaching search -- at least according to Steve Spurrier. Rumors that the former Oregon coach was the next man up in Gainesville took a hit after Spurrier said in a radio interview that the next Gators coach currently is in the coaching..." November 16

  • Florida, Tennessee need big-name coaches now, or SEC won't change at all

    Sporting News - NCAAF "Tennessee needs to make a splash with its next hire. So does Florida. Now, three questions persist in the aftermath of the respective tenures of Butch Jones and Jim McElwain. Who makes the first splash? Who makes the bigger splash? And will any of that change the nature of the SEC East — or..." November 16

  • Report: Jon Gruden has reached out to coaches about joining potential Tennessee staff

    Larry Brown Sports "There is one thing nearly everyone can agree on: Jon Gruden would be a home run hire for the University of Tennessee football program. But what people can’t agree on is whether Gruden has any interest in the job. Tennessee is in the market for a new head coach yet again after firing Butch..." November 16

  • UW’s Azeem Victor suspended indefinitely after arrest

    Seattle Times "Washington senior linebacker Azeem Victor has been suspended indefinitely from the team after he was arrested over the weekend. According to King County Jail records, Victor was booked into custody at 4:16 a.m. Sunday after being arrested on suspicion of DUI. He was released from custody at..." November 16