• Michigan State football loses WR Weston Bridges, 4th Spartan to enter transfer portal

    Detroit Free Press "Michigan State football lost another player to the NCAA transfer portal. Weston Bridges on Monday confirmed to the Free Press he is leaving the Spartans. The sophomore has not played this season after making the transition from running back to wide receiver in the..." October 16

  • The Biggest Disappointments in College Football So Far

    The Big Lead "We can't universally agree on much a a society, but college football upsets would probably be fairly close to unanimity. It's likely impossible, however, as upsets always require victims. These five from the Power Five are part of that latter group, as this 2019 season..." October 15

  • AP Midseason All-America Team: Joe Burrow, Jonathan Taylor lead 1st team

    The Score "LSU quarterback Joe Burrow, who is on a record-breaking pace during the first half of the season, and Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor highlight The Associated Press midseason All-America team released Tuesday. No. 2 LSU, No. 6 Wisconsin and No. 12 Oregon each placed three..." October 15

  • If Scott Frost can't fix bumbling Nebraska, you have to wonder who can?

    USA Today "The hardest thing to reconcile about Nebraska isn’t the losing. Nebraska has lost for a long time, and it can’t be shocking to anyone when the Cornhuskers get manhandled by a better team, even if that team is Minnesota. But look at these preseason quotes from..." October 14

  • Heisman Trophy Rankings After College Football Week 7

    The Big Lead "his Saturday's college football slate narrowed the field of the best players in the nation. Texas quarterback Sam Ehlinger's performance against Oklahoma most likely knocked him from the conversation, while Joe Burrow's performance catapulted him to the forefront. " October 14

  • Mark Dantonio Has Allowed Michigan State Football to Die

    The Big Lead "Against all odds, Mark Dantonio took Michigan State football to the College Football Playoff in 2015. He has since allowed the program to regress into irrelevance. Years ago, the Spartans undoubtably caught a magic carpet to ascend to unbelievable heights. That magic carpet frayed and lost its..." October 13

  • Penn State takes players' shirts backing teammate Jonathan Sutherland

    ESPN "Penn State personnel confiscated T-shirts bearing the words "Chains, Tattoos, Dreads, & WE ARE" that Nittany Lions football players were wearing during the pregame portion of Saturday night's contest at Iowa. According to ESPN's Holly Rowe, coach James..." October 13

  • Four College Football Teams on Upset Alert This Weekend

    The Big Lead "About halfway through the season, the pecking order in college football has been established, but there's still plenty of time for it to be disrupted several times over. This week has plenty of marquee matchups, and these teams should be looking over their shoulder. " October 12

  • No. 16 Michigan avoids complete meltdown at Illinois to get to 5-1

    NBC Sports "Talk about a game of two halves. For the first 30 minutes of Saturday’s Big Ten contest, No. 16 Michigan (5-1, 3-1 Big Ten) jumped out to a 28-0 lead on Illinois (2-4, 0-3 Big Ten) before giving up a late score before halftime. It seemed harmless at first, but the Illini went on to score..." October 12

  • Why demeaning letter to Penn State player doesn't stun me

    Yardbarker "I wasn’t exactly surprised to hear this week that a Penn State alumnus sent safety Jonathan Sutherland a letter complaining about his dreadlocks and lamenting the era when football players conformed to a restrictive code of appearance. But maybe that’s because I grew up in..." October 12

  • Former Rutgers HC Chris Ash Working With Texas Ahead Of Oklahoma Game

    Sportsnaut "The Red River Shootout is going to be something at the Cotton Bowl on Saturday as No. 6 Oklahoma takes on the 11th-ranked Texas Longhorns. It’s always one of the games we look forward to the most on an annual basis. We also now have a new wrinkle. " October 10

  • Undefeated Minnesota Could Make the Big Ten Very Weird

    The Big Lead "P.J. Fleck's rah-rah campaign at Minnesota yielded very little during his first two seasons as the Gophers stumbled to 5-7 and 7-6 records. The man who captured lightning in a bottle at Western Michigan and rode to a New Year's Day bowl has sparked all sorts of measured optimism this..." October 10

  • Rutgers QB McLane Carter giving up football for health reasons

    Newark Star-Ledger "McLane Carter’s winding football road has ended at Rutgers. The graduate senior quarterback confirmed he has taken a medical retirement via Twitter on Tuesday night, a day after Scarlet Knights interim head coach Nunzio Campanile said he was not expected..." October 09

  • Penn State Fan Doubles Down On Offensive Letter

    TMZ "A Penn State fan ain't apologizing for a letter he sent to a football player that many found offensive ... in fact, the guy is DOUBLING DOWN on it, saying, "Get the guys cleaned up." In case you missed it ... a man named Dave Petersen wrote a letter to Nittany..." October 09

  • Former Vashon High School and Iowa standout athlete dies after accident in St. Louis

    KSDK "A former standout athlete at Vashon High School died on Tuesday from his injuries after a car accident last week. Derrick Mitchell Jr., 24, was involved in an accident in the City of St. Louis. St. Louis police said they responded to N. Broadway and Christian Avenue around 6:30 a.m...." October 08

  • Angry Penn State fan sends nasty letter telling Jonathan Sutherland to cut his dreadlocks

    Yardbarker "An angry Penn State fan sent a nasty letter to one of the school’s football players, telling the defensive back to cut his “awful” hair. Antonio Shelton, a senior defensive tackle for the Nittany Lions, shared a photo on Twitter of the letter and said one of his..." October 08

  • Penn State’s James Franklin offers powerful statement on fan’s ‘racist’ letter to safety

    Centre Daily Times "In the wake of a fan’s letter criticizing a football player’s dreadlocks, Penn State head coach James Franklin opened his weekly press conference Tuesday with a powerful statement on football and tolerance. Dave Petersen, an opinionated 78-year-old fan from Johnstown,..." October 08

  • Jim Harbaugh favors freshmen and sophomores declaring for NFL Draft with option to return to school

    CBS Sports "Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh is never afraid to go out on a limb and propose new ideas that he feels will make college football better. His latest idea is a big one. Harbaugh said Monday during his weekly press conference that he is in favor of players being able to leave for the NFL Draft..." October 07

  • Ohio State and Georgia are tied at No. 3 in college football poll

    ESPN "Ohio State and Georgia are tied at No. 3 in The Associated Press college football poll, and Florida surged to No. 7 after a big victory. No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Clemson held their spots Sunday after a week off for both, but the Buckeyes caught up to the Bulldogs in the AP Top 25..." October 07

  • Rutgers' starting quarterback, running back to redshirt with season spiraling downward

    CBS Sports "After a rocky start to the season, Rutgers quarterback Art Sitkowski and running back Raheem Blackshear have asked interim coach Nunzio Campanile to sit out the remainder of 2019 in order to take advantage of the NCAA's four-game redshirt rule. The adjustment to the redshirt rule,..." October 06

  • Penn State fans asked to check for invasive insect species before game

    Yardbarker "The Penn State Nittany Lions play host to the Purdue Boilermakers on Saturday afternoon, and the university is asking fans descending upon Beaver Stadium to inspect themselves and any gear for an invasive insect species currently wreaking havoc on the region. Penn..." October 04

  • Purdue's Elijah Sindelar out 6-8 weeks after clavicle surgery

    The Score "Purdue quarterback Elijah Sindelar could miss most - if not all - of the regular season after undergoing surgery to repair a broken clavicle. "From what they are telling us, it's a good six-to-eight weeks," head coach Jeff Brohm said Thursday, according..." October 04

  • That Sweet, Sweet Big Ten Defense Is Back

    The Big Lead "The Big Ten is no longer a collection of dust from three-yard gains. All manner of newfangled offensive schemes have come and gone and the scoreboards have reflected a more uptempo, freewheeling game. And yet, deep down in the soul of everyone from Cedar Rapids to Happy Valley who is of a..." October 03

  • Nebraska's Khalil Davis suspended 1 game for striking Ohio State player

    The Spun "A Nebraska football player has been suspended for one game after he struck an Ohio State player during their game on Saturday. According to a report from college football insider Brett McMurphy, defensive end Khalil Davis won’t play this weekend against..." October 02

  • Oh God, Yes, Rutgers Wants To Hire Greg Schiano Again

    Deadspin "Rutgers announced on Sunday that it had fired head coach Chris Ash, a day after the team got spanked 52-0 by Michigan to drop its record to 1-3. Also let go was offensive coordinator John McNulty, which is not a surprise given that the Scarlet Knights were shut out by both Michigan and Iowa,..." September 30

  • Purdue WR Rondale Moore, QB Elijah Sindelar out vs. Penn State after being injured on same play

    CBS Sports "Purdue lost star wide receiver Rondale Moore and quarterback Elijah Sindelar on the same play in Saturday's 38-31 loss to Minnesota. It turns out the Boilermakers will be without both players for Saturday's meeting with No. 12 Penn..." September 30

  • Rutgers fires head coach Chris Ash

    Newark Star-Ledger "Following a 1-3 start that included a 52-0 loss to Michigan on Saturday, Chris Ash was fired Sunday as Rutgers head coach in a shakeup that also includes the dismissal of offensive coordinator John McNulty, athletics director Pat Hobbs told NJ Advance..." September 29

  • Bold predictions for Week 5 in college football

    USA Today "Shocking disappointments and better-than-expected performances are anticipated each weekend in the wild world of college football. It's especially true in the first month of the season, as teams have yet to get into the swing of the schedules and are more prone to..." September 28

  • Jim Harbaugh, Michigan may be stuck in mediocrity

    Yardbarker "Early last Saturday, a pair of football games unfolded on my television, and each took wildly divergent paths. One, Cal’s win at Ole Miss, an SEC school, was surprising. The other was shocking. That, of course, was Wisconsin’s 35-14 blowout of Michigan. And for a brief..." September 28

  • Urban Meyer on Michigan rumors: 'Not going to happen'

    ESPN "If Urban Meyer returns to coaching, he said it wouldn't be to lead the Michigan Wolverines. Meyer, the former Ohio State Buckeyes coach who went 7-0 against Michigan, told WBNS radio in Columbus on Wednesday that he's enjoying his work as a Fox and Big Ten..." September 25

  • Top 5 Heisman Trophy candidates for 2019

    Larry Brown Sports "The college football season is nearing the quarter mark, and the race for the College Football Playoff is in full swing. So is the race for the Heisman Trophy, with a talented group of players — primarily quarterbacks — who have already put themselves in contention for the..." September 25

  • Michigan QB Shea Patterson probable against Rutgers

    ESPN "Michigan starting quarterback Shea Patterson is probable for this week's home game against Rutgers, but backup Dylan McCaffrey and starting tight end Sean McKeon are both doubtful, coach Jim Harbaugh said Monday. Patterson suffered an..." September 24

  • Why Michigan firing Jim Harbaugh would be idiotic

    Larry Brown Sports "The Michigan Wolverines were flattened by the Wisconsin Badgers 35-14 on Saturday in Madison, and they were dominated so thoroughly that the biggest talking point in college football since then has been about Jim Harbaugh’s latest flop and whether he should be fired. While..." September 24

  • Remembering Kordell Stewart's 'Miracle at Michigan' 25 years later

    Sporting News "The "Miracle at Michigan" turns 25 today. On Sept. 24, 1994, No. 7 Colorado trailed No. 4 Michigan 26-21 with six seconds left to play in The Big House. The Buffaloes were at their own 36-yard line when Kordell Stewart launched one of the most memorable Hail Mary passes of..." September 24

  • Iowa State shares timeline of its investigation of attacks on Hawkeye band, bemoans 'misinformation'

    USA Today "Iowa State University athletic director Jamie Pollard on Tuesday accused leaders of the University of Iowa's marching band of leaving through the wrong gate after the Iowa-Iowa State football game this month, which led to a logjam with exiting fans and could have resulted in physical..." September 24

  • Michigan WR Nico Collins ‘Likes’ Tweet That Calls For Jim Harbaugh To Be Fired

    Total Pro Sports "It looks like Jim Harbaugh’s tenure has run its course. On Saturday, the Michigan Wolverines got trounced 35-14 against the Wisconsin Badgers and that was actually a better score than the 28-0 deficit they faced at halftime of that game. " September 23

  • Charles Woodson ’embarrassed’ by Michigan

    The Big Lead "No. 11 Michigan had a big matchup with No. 13 Wisconsin on Saturday afternoon. At the half, Wisconsin led 28-0 and thoroughly dominated the Wolverines in what may be the most embarrassing half of football in the Jim Harbaugh era. It was just a brutal 30-minute beatdown where the Badgers..." September 21

  • Michigan Needs to Fire Jim Harbaugh Effective Immediately

    12 Up "Though Jim Harbaugh's 40-14 record as Michigan head coach is nothing to scoff at, Harbaugh hasn't led the team to anything noteworthy, and the fact that they're getting killed by Big Ten rival Wisconsin doesn't help the case for him to keep his job. The Wolverines have..." September 21

  • Ex-staffer: Mark Dantonio ignored warnings on recruit

    ESPN "A former Michigan State football staffer said under oath that head coach Mark Dantonio ignored his assistants' warnings while recruiting a player who subsequently was convicted of sexually assaulting a fellow student on campus and that important information was omitted from an investigation..." September 20

  • Howard ‘Hopalong’ Cassady, Buckeyes great and Heisman Trophy winner, dies at 85

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Former Ohio State University Heisman Trophy winner Howard “Hopalong” Cassady has passed away at the age of 85, as first reported by Clay Hall of ABC6. Cassady was a Columbus native who played for the Buckeyes from 1952-1955. During that span, he played in 36 of 37..." September 20

  • Ex-Michigan star Braylon Edwards believes Wolverines are 'light years' behind Ohio State

    Land-Grant Holy Land "Appearing on ‘The DA Show’ on CBS Sports, [Braylon] Edwards scoffed at the idea that his alma mater was merely falling behind Ohio State. ‘Falling? We fell,’ Edwards said. ‘It’s past tense. We’re light years behind Ohio State right..." September 19

  • Iowa band alleges 'inappropriate actions' at ISU

    ESPN "Iowa says it is investigating allegations of "inappropriate actions" made toward student members and staff of the Hawkeye Marching Band during Saturday's game at rival Iowa State, according to a statement released by the school on Monday. "We have contacted Iowa..." September 18

  • Michigan State OL Jarvis expected to miss 6-7 weeks

    Detroit News "Already scrambling at left tackle, Michigan State got some news this week that only adds to its woes at arguably the most important position along the offensive line. Kevin Jarvis will miss at least 6-7 weeks, head coach Mark Dantonio confirmed on Tuesday, after the junior..." September 17

  • Pittsburgh HC Pat Narduzzi Gives Bizarre Explanation For Late-Game Decision

    The Big Lead "A bizarre week of ACC football continued in Saturday afternoon’s early slate of games. Less than 24 hours after North Carolina was denied a potential winning second, Virginia Tech was taken to the brink by FCS Furman. Georgia Tech got pushed off entirely by fellow former..." September 14

  • Dobbins, Fields Help No. 6 Ohio St. Knock Out Indiana 51-10

    New York Times "BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — J.K. Dobbins ran for 193 yards and scored twice Saturday while Justin Fields threw three touchdown passes to lead No. 6 Ohio State to a 51-10 rout at Indiana. The Buckeyes (3-0, 1-0 Big Ten) have won each of their first three games by at least 24 points and..." September 14

  • James Franklin and Penn State change hand signals after player transfers to Pitt; Pat Narduzzi fires back

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Six minutes into his Thursday media availability, Pat Narduzzi was surprised: No one had asked him about James Franklin’s comments from earlier in the week. You know, when Franklin explained that the Nittany Lions changed their offensive and defensive signals immediately after safety John..." September 13

  • Iowa Star Could Be the Next J.J. Watt

    Bleacher Report "He doesn't talk like one of the best football players in America. In fact, A.J. Epenesa seems almost embarrassed to be doing this interview at all. Not because his first official start at Iowa came just a few weeks ago. But because Epenesa can do without it all. The attention. The interest...." September 12

  • Ohio State's application to trademark the word 'The' denied by U.S. Patent office

    247 Sports "Ohio State’s patent application to trade mark the word ‘The,’ typically used when referring to “The Ohio State University,” was denied Wednesday. Action Network’s Darren Rovell tweeted that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office issued its initial..." September 12

  • Wisconsin Tight End Announces His Career Is Over

    The Spun "The Wisconsin football program received tough news on Wednesday as Zander Neuville announced that his football career is over. It’s a devastating end to his long career with the Badgers. Neuville was nearing a return for Wisconsin this month. He’s dealt with major..." September 11

  • Ohio State's Bid to Trademark the Word 'The' Denied by US Patent Office

    Bleacher Report "The United States Patent and Trademark Office denied an initial attempt by the Ohio State University to trademark the word "the." Darren Rovell of the Action Network reported the update Wednesday. Trademark attorney Josh Gerben provided further information about the..." September 11

  • Ranking college football's new offenses, from LSU to Michigan

    ESPN "LSU The change: Ed Orgeron brought in Brady -- a young assistant with experience under both Joe Moorhead and Sean Payton -- to serve as Ensminger's Rasputin, someone to complete the modernization process Orgeron initially hoped Lane Kiffin (his original coordinator choice..." September 09

  • Harbaugh feeling the heat after Michigan's OT squeaker vs Army

    Detroit Free Press "There is no question. Going into this season, everybody assumed that this offense would be high-flying under senior quarterback Shea Patterson and new offensive coordinator Josh Gattis. Everybody assumed U-M would be able to get the ball to its speedy, athletic wide..." September 07

  • Australian fan moves to Green Bay, plans to attend every Packers and Badgers football game

    USA Today " If you see Jaz Singh at a Green Bay Packers or Wisconsin Badgers game, say hello — if you can beat him to it. Singh is from Australia and, nominally, living in Green Bay. He plans to attend every Packers and Badgers football game this..." September 07

  • Scary moment as Cincinnati player suffers on-field seizure

    USA Today "A scary situation for Cincinnati and Kyriq McDonald developed during the second quarter of the Bearcats' matchup against Ohio State on Saturday in Columbus.  McDonald, a safety and Alabama transfer, collapsed in the middle of a play — a run to the left — and..." September 07

  • Northwestern QB TJ Green has surgery, out for year

    The Score "After undergoing foot surgery, Northwestern quarterback TJ Green will miss the entire 2019 campaign, head coach Pat Fitzgerald confirmed Thursday, according to ESPN's Adam Rittenberg. Green, the son of former NFL quarterback Trent Green, hurt his foot in the second half of..." September 05

  • Was Michigan QB Shea Patterson injured on his first-play fumble?

    Michigan Live "Jim Harbaugh revealed after Michigan’s season-opening win over Middle Tennessee State that starting quarterback Shea Patterson played with an injury. The Michigan coach never specified when, or how, the injury came about — or what it was, only saying he was “working..." September 04

  • Michigan State long snapper Ryan Armour out for season with leg injury

    Detroit News "A week into the season and Michigan State is already testing its depth chart. While plenty of fans frustrated with the offensive performance in the Week 1 win over Tulsa would like to see a shakeup along the offensive line, the first shuffle is coming on special teams, and it’s..." September 03

  • QB Shea Patterson dealt with injury during Michigan’s win

    Larry Brown Sports "Shea Patterson was not the quarterback for four series during the second half of Michigan’s win over Middle Tennessee on Saturday, and an injury likely explains why. Jim Harbaugh said after the Wolverines’ 40-21 win that Patterson was “working through”..." September 01

  • Nevada football kicker Brandon Talton put on scholarship after drilling game-winning FG vs. Purdue

    Yahoo! Sports "Brandon Talton had an unforgettable college debut. Talton, a true freshman kicker for Nevada, drilled a game-winning 56-yard field goal as time expired to give his team a dramatic 34-31 victory over Purdue. Talton’s clutch kick capped off a wild comeback for the Wolf Pack,..." August 31

  • Nebraska RB Maurice Washington, who is facing pornography charges, plays in Week 1

    USA Today "Maurice Washington did not enter the game in the first half for the Nebraska Cornhuskers as they took on South Alabama at Memorial Stadium in the season-opener on Saturday. That wasn't exactly shocking, since the sophomore running back is facing a felony child pornography charge in..." August 31

  • Penn State will owe Idaho $1.45 million for game even though Vandals are FCS. Here's why

    USA Today "Despite moving from the Football Bowl Subdivsion to the Football Championship Subdivision last year, the University of Idaho's football program is still reaping the financial benefits of a team with FBS status. Idaho will be getting a $1.45 million guarantee for playing at Penn..." August 31

  • MSU player's dad lived secret life as drug dealer. Now he cheers for son from prison

    Detroit Free Press "Work hard. Stay away from parties. Do what's right. Don't do what I did. Something good will turn out. You are going to have a great football season, son. I'm so proud of you. Every few weeks, Antonio Simmons calls his son, Antjuan, who is the new starting linebacker..." August 30

  • Two Huskers Suspended from All Football Team Activities

    Corn Nation "Offensive coordinator Troy Walters announced after practice today that two Huskers have been suspended indefinitely. This is not just a game suspension, they are suspended from all team activities. Wide receiver Andre Hunt and tight end Katerian Legrone are both redshirt..." August 28

  • Ex-Michigan defensive lineman Aubrey Solomon granted waiver for immediate eligibility at Tennessee

    CBS Sports "The NCAA roulette wheel of immediate eligibility stopped on orange on Tuesday, bringing good news to the Tennessee football program. Former Michigan defensive lineman Aubrey Solomon, who has been practicing with the Vols for the entire offseason, has been cleared to play for coach Jeremy Pruitt..." August 28

  • Ex-team doctor sues Penn State alleging pressure to clear players but fails to cite examples

    CBS Sports "A former Penn State football team doctor is suing the university, football coach James Franklin and athletic director Sandy Barbour, among others, alleging Franklin pressured him to clear injured players. The lawsuit, filed by Dr. Scott A Lynch in Dauphin County Court, seeks more..." August 26

  • Urban Meyer more confident in retirement the second time around: 'I think this one's different'

    CBS Sports "There is a dash of incredulousness associated with Urban Meyer's retirement from coaching in college football. This is his second retirement, after all. He previously walked away from coaching in 2010 while at Florida -- and took a leave of absence the year before in 2009 -- only to..." August 26

  • Michael Penix to start at QB for Indiana vs. Ball State

    College Football Talk "Michael Penix will be Indiana’s starting quarterback this season, Hoosiers head coach Tom Allen announced Monday. A redshirt freshman from Tampa, Penix overcame tough competition and a torn ACL to win the job. He appeared in three games as a true freshman in 2018,..." August 26

  • Tennessee Volunteers coach Jeremy Pruitt unsure if Michigan has helped Aubrey Solomon case

    USA Today "When Marquill Osborne decided to leave Tennessee in December and transfer to Charlotte, Vols coach Jeremy Pruitt took action. Pruitt wrote a letter to the NCAA to aid Osborne’s case for immediate eligibility. Whether it had any influence or not, Pruitt does not know. He just..." August 24

  • Wisconsin WR Quintez Cephus ruled eligible to play

    ESPN "Wisconsin wide receiver Quintez Cephus, recently reinstated to the university and the team after being acquitted of sexual assault charges, will be eligible to play this season for the Badgers. Cephus tweeted the eligibility update and Wisconsin confirmed it to ESPN. Cephus..." August 24

  • Quarterback Kasim Hill transfers to Tennessee football from Maryland

    Knoxville News Sentinel "Maryland quarterback Kasim Hill is transferring to Tennessee as a walk-on, a Tennessee spokesperson confirmed Thursday. Hill, a former four-star recruit in the 2017 class, played in 13 games in two seasons at Maryland. Both his freshman and sophomore seasons were cut short by knee..." August 22

  • Michigan HC Jim Harbaugh: 'It's Hard to Beat the Cheaters' in SEC at Recruiting

    Bleacher Report "Michigan Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh has never even won a division title in his eight seasons as a college coach, but, to hear him tell it, he is working against a stacked deck.  Jeff Arnold of Forbes reviewed John U. Bacon's book Overtime: Jim..." August 22

  • The 10 college football coaches with the hottest of hot seats entering the season

    USA Today "For every head coach with rock-solid job security — Dabo Swinney and Nick Saban, to name two — there are a couple of dozen firmly on the hot seat heading into the 2019 season. One name in particular stands out: Southern California coach Clay Helton. On the heels of last..." August 19

  • Wisconsin reinstates Quintez Cephus after sexual assault accusation acquittal

    CBS Sports "Wisconsin was the only major college Quintez Cephus could have played for this season. The school took him back Monday after Cephus was acquitted earlier this month on sexual assault charges. Yes, it was complicated. Cephus, a Badgers wide receiver from Macon, Georgia,..." August 19

  • Justin Fields officially named starting QB at Ohio State

    Yahoo! Sports "A piece of news that seemed inevitable is now official: Justin Fields is Ohio State’s starting quarterback. Ryan Day, entering his first season as OSU’s head coach, announced Monday that Fields, the high-profile transfer from Georgia, will lead the offense when..." August 19

  • Kyle Williams went from five-star recruit to prison after brutal assaults. He says he's a changed man

    USA Today "Kyle Williams, the highest-ranked Iowa recruit of the Kirk Ferentz era, keeps himself in shape by doing squats. The weight he uses? A 275-pound guy he knows in prison.  Williams is one of the 2,087 inmates at the Pinckneyville Correctional Center in this..." August 17