Big Ten RUMORS & NEWS

  • Maryland football players discuss team's culture, defend coach DJ Durkin

    USA Today "Two Maryland football players spoke with Washington TV station WUSA9 about the culture of the Maryland football program — a topic that is also the core of one of two investigations the University System of Maryland is now leading.  Defensive lineman Oseh Saine..." August 18

  • Ohio State investigation into Urban Meyer will be complete this weekend, decision shortly after

    CBS Sports "Apparently, saying Ohio State's investigation into coach Urban Meyer "will be finished when it's finished" means it will be finished on Sunday, Aug. 19.  Specifying previous comments that he made on WOSU, Ohio State president Michael Drake said that the working..." August 18

  • Urban Meyer investigation could go past initial timetable

    The Score "Ohio State's investigation into how head coach Urban Meyer handled domestic violence complaints against an assistant in 2015 could extend beyond the school's initial two-week timetable, university president Michael Drake said Thursday. "That's the projected..." August 17

  • Zach Smith Took Lewd Photos at White House, Had Sex With Staffer at OSU

    SI "Former Ohio State assistant coach Zach Smith reportedly took lewd photos at the White House and had sex with a university staffer on campus in 2015, according to Stadium's Brett McMurphy. Smith photographed his penis multiple times while at the White House in April 2015..." August 17

  • Indiana transfer Taysir Mack granted immediate eligibility at Pitt

    College Football Talk "Pat Narduzzi and the Pitt football program had been holding out hope for months that they would have a new offensive toy at their disposal sooner than expected.  Friday, that hope morphed into reality. In a tweet posted to its Twitter account just a short time ago, the..." August 17

  • Jordan McNair's Parents Say DJ Durkin Should Be Fired, Team Culture Led to Death

    Bleacher Report "The parents of late University of Maryland offensive lineman Jordan McNair said Thursday that Terrapins head coach DJ Durkin should not be allowed to return to the sidelines. In an interview with Good Morning America, Martin McNair and Tonya Wilson spoke out against..." August 16

  • Jabrill Peppers Says DJ Durkin's Tactics 'Felt Extreme at Times' at Michigan

    Bleacher Report "Current Cleveland Browns and former University of Michigan safety Jabrill Peppers was critical Tuesday of University of Maryland head football coach DJ Durkin's coaching tactics while he was the defensive coordinator at Michigan. Peppers spoke about Durkin on..." August 15

  • Maryland accepts responsibility for mistakes made in death of Jordan McNair

    ESPN "Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print University of Maryland president Wallace D. Loh on Tuesday said the university accepts legal and moral responsibility for mistakes made by its football training staff in..." August 14

  • Jim Harbaugh hopes to name starting QB 'sooner rather than later'

    ESPN "Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said he'd like to figure out his starting quarterback "sooner rather than later," but right now he thinks the battle for that job is as competitive as any on the Wolverines' roster. Ole Miss transfer Shea Patterson and..." August 14

  • Harbaugh doesn't expect any Michigan suspensions for shoe sales

    247 Sports "Though the Michigan football team is continuing to investigate the possibility that players violated NCAA rules and sole team-issues shoes for profit, Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh doesn’t think his team will have a similar fate to North Carolina, who has already suspended 13 players..." August 14

  • Ohio State's investigation of Urban Meyer gets $500K budget: Report

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Ohio State's investigation of Urban Meyer could cost as much as $500,000, according to a report from the Columbus Dispatch. Dispatch reporter Jenn Smola reported on Monday that the office of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine approved the $500,000 budget for the law firm handling..." August 14

  • Former West Virginia quarterback Chris Chugunov transferring to Ohio State: Report

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Former West Virginia quarterback Chris Chugunov will transfer to Ohio State, according to Allan Taylor of The Dominion Post. Chugunov left West Virginia as a graduate transfer in February. But he is a redshirt junior, meaning he has eligibility for both 2018 and 2019. The..." August 14

  • Attorney representing Jordan McNair's family calls for Maryland to fire coach DJ Durkin

    CBS Sports "An attorney representing the family of Jordan McNair, the Maryland offensive lineman who died after an offseason workout earlier this summer, is calling for the school to fire head football coach DJ Durkin, citing McNair's death as an "obvious heatstroke..." August 13

  • Belleville DE Tyrece Woods commits to Michigan

    Detroit News "Belleville senior defensive end Tyrece Woods committed to Michigan, announcing his choice on Twitter late Sunday night. Woods, at 6-foot-2 and 240 pounds, was named MVP of the defensive linemen at Michigan’s camp this summer and then offered by the coaching..." August 13

  • If fired by Ohio State, would Urban Meyer get a second chance? Some of the best coaches have

    USA Today "Fifteen years as a head coach, from his humble beginnings at Salem College and Samford through the big time at Auburn, then – poof – gone, vanished, banished to the broadcast booth. Terry Bowden wasn’t resigned to this fate, as “a spokesperson for the sport rather than..." August 13

  • Ex-Ohio State assistant Zach Smith was arrested for drunk driving in 2013

    Larry Brown Sports "Former Ohio State assistant football coach Zach Smith has been in trouble with the law on numerous occasions over the past decade, and his rap sheet apparently includes more than just instances of domestic violence. Smith, who was recently fired by Urban Meyer after allegations..." August 13

  • To Be or Not to Be a Buckeye, That's the Question for Local Phenom Zach Harrison

    Bleacher Report "It is seven days before his 17th birthday, and Zach Harrison can't stop dancing. Outkast. 50 Cent. Michael Jackson. Nirvana. Queen. Whatever the portable black speaker sitting along the sideline spins, Harrison finds a rhythm. But between dances, this 6'6," 245-pound..." August 13

  • Three-star lineman is first Maryland football recruit to decommit since explosive reports

    Baltimore Sun "Three-star offensive lineman Parker Moorer decommitted from Maryland on Saturday, the first Terps recruit to leave the Class of 2019 since the publication of reports that have tarnished the program’s image and thrown the team’s staff into disarray. Moorer, a..." August 12

  • Maryland football athletic staffers placed on leave amid report of harmful culture

    CBS Sports "Maryland has placed members of its athletic staff on administrative leave pending the outcome of an external review into the death of offensive lineman Jordan McNair, who died in June after his family said he suffered a heatstroke during offseason practice in late May. The number of staffers..." August 11

  • Muschamp defends Durkin against 'gutless' report of toxic culture

    The State "  South Carolina head coach Will Muschamp blasted an ESPN story that targeted his former defensive coordinator and referred to the anonymous sources for that report as “gutless” on Saturday morning. DJ Durkin, who was Muschamp’s defensive coordinator..." August 11

  • Maryland coach DJ Durkin placed on leave as school investigates football team's culture

    USA Today "Maryland announced Saturday it is placing football coach DJ Durkin on leave as it investigates "allegations of inappropriate behavior" raised in a recent ESPN report. Friday's article alleges there is a toxic culture of intimidation and humiliation created..." August 11

  • Michigan investigating potential violations stemming from online sales of Air Jordans

    247 Sports "Recent suspensions of 13 football players at North Carolina could have a potential ripple effect on other Jordan Brand schools, including Michigan, Marquette and California. The Tar Heels announced the suspensions on Aug. 6 after an investigation confirmed an email tip that the 13 athletes had..." August 11

  • Herman: Claims about him in Ohio State saga 'absolutely untrue'

    247 Sports "The story that has rocked college football is ongoing in Columbus after Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith placed head coach Urban Meyer on paid administrative leave following allegations of him having knowledge of former wide receivers coach Zach Smith's alleged domestic violence..." August 11

  • Zach Smith to meet with investigators hired by Ohio State next week

    ESPN "Former Ohio State assistant football coach Zach Smith expects to meet with investigators working on behalf of the university early next week, Smith's attorney confirmed Saturday. Smith was fired from his position as the Buckeyes' wide receivers coach in late July after details..." August 11

  • Sources: Maryland OL Jordan McNair showed signs of extreme exhaustion

    ESPN "Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print Maryland offensive lineman Jordan McNair showed signs of extreme exhaustion, had difficulty standing upright while running a set of 110-yard sprints and was found to have a..." August 10

  • Michigan's running backs Karan Higdon, Chris Evans are a '1-1 punch'

    Detroit News "As far as Michigan running-backs coach Jay Harbaugh is concerned, he is enjoying an embarrassment of riches in terms of his position group. Leading the way are Karan Higdon, who was just shy of 1,000 yards last season, and Chris Evans. “Chris and Karan are both..." August 09

  • Michigan football WR Eddie McDoom leaving program

    Detroit Free Press "Wide receiver Eddie McDoom has decided to leave Michigan's football program, he confirmed to the Free Press via text message Wednesday.  The sophomore receiver did not say where he'll head next. Michigan is in the midst of its first full week of fall camp in Ann Arbor...." August 09

  • Urban Meyer cut off from contact with players, coaches during investigation

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer is not permitted any contact with players or coaches while he's on paid administrative leave pending a university investigation. Additionally, Meyer does not have access to any university-issued communication devices or his school email..." August 09

  • Greg McElroy “Would Be Surprised” If Urban Meyer Keeps His Job

    College Spun "The college football world is still waiting to hear the fate of Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer. Sunday, the school announced that it had put together a committee to investigate Meyer’s handling of 2015 domestic violence allegations against wide receivers..." August 08

  • Zach Smith Got a Sketchy Raise the Year After He Was Investigated for Domestic Violence

    12 Up "This Ohio State case keeps getting more and more . The most recent report from Brett McMurphy, the reporter who opened up the whole can of worms in the first place, found that Zach Smith, the assistant coach charged with domestic violence, received a far lower raise than usual the..." August 08

  • Michigan State still looking for a QB in the 2019 recruiting class

    Michigan Live "With 16 total commits, Michigan State appears to have the bulk of its 2019 recruiting class in place. There are offensive and defensive linemen, running backs and linebackers, receivers and a defensive back. Noticeably absent, however, is a quarterback. Dwan..." August 07

  • Lawyer: Ohio State never contacted Courtney Smith about domestic violence allegations

    ESPN "Ohio State has never contacted Courtney Smith to discuss domestic assault allegations she made against her ex-husband and former Buckeyes assistant coach Zach Smith, according to Courtney Smith's attorney, Julia Leveridge. Leveridge said Tuesday in a statement that her client is..." August 07

  • Courtney Smith, ex-wife of Zach Smith, says she'll cooperate with Ohio State investigation

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "The attorney for Courtney Smith, the ex-wife of former Ohio State assistant coach Zach Smith, said in a statement that her client will cooperate with the university's investigation into how Urban Meyer handled domestic abuse allegations against Zach Smith in 2015. Julia Leveridge,..." August 07

  • Michigan State cornerback out at least two months with undisclosed, non-contact injury

    CBS Sports "Michigan State will be without a starting cornerback to begin the 2018 season. Mark Dantonio said on Monday that starting corner Josiah Scott will be out for approximately two months after he suffered a non-contact injury during practice. Dantonio did not get into specifics about what..." August 06

  • OSU says Urban Meyer investigation set to be completed within 14 days

    ESPN "The investigation of Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer's handling of a domestic violence complaint against a former assistant is expected to be completed within 14 days, the school announced in a statement Sunday night. Per the school's release, the special, independent..." August 06

  • Nearly 30,000 Ohio State Fans Sign Petition to Preemptively 'Save' Urban Meyer's Job

    Complex "Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer is currently on administrative leave until the conclusion of an ongoing investigation that was initiated after it was discovered that he knew of spousal assault accusations against now former assistant coach Zach Smith. Meyer is 73-8 in his..." August 06

  • Boston College coach Steve Addazio acknowledges he too knew about issue with Zach Smith in 2009

    Boston Globe "The former Ohio State assistant football coach who was fired last month after revelations of domestic violence against his ex-wife once had professional ties to Boston College coach Steve Addazio and athletic director Martin Jarmond. In the wake of Ohio State firing assistant coach..." August 05

  • Ohio State forms 6-person independent board to investigate Meyer

    The Score "Ohio State announced it will appoint a six-person independent group to investigate head coach Urban Meyer, who was placed on paid administrative leave Wednesday. Courtney Smith, the ex-wife of former Ohio State assistant football coach Zach Smith, stated that Meyer knew of a domestic..." August 03

  • Could Bob Stoops replace Urban Meyer at Ohio State?

    USA Today "Unlike most of college football’s bluebloods, Ohio State has managed for the last half-century to avoid the peaks and valleys that have shaped the history of Alabama, Texas, Southern Cal and the rest. Any downward trend for the Buckeyes has been relatively short-lived, as their last three..." August 03

  • Urban Meyer breaks his silence, issues lengthy statement after being placed on leave

    Saturday Down South "Based on this statement, Ohio State is currently hard at work attempting to keep Urban Meyer as its football coach. The school placed Meyer on paid administrative leave on Wednesday following the news that he lied about his knowledge of Zach Smith’s domestic violence back in..." August 03

  • Zach Smith Says He Never Hit Wife; Urban Meyer Wasn't Really Involved in 2015

    Bleacher Report "Former Ohio State wide receivers coach Zach Smith addressed his firing from the school and accusations of domestic violence by his ex-wife Friday.  Appearing on 105.7 The Zone in Columbus, Smith denied ever committing domestic abuse against Courtney..." August 03

  • Ohio State puts Urban Meyer on administrative leave

    ESPN "Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer was placed on paid administrative leave Wednesday, as the school announced it is investigating Courtney Smith's claims that several people close to the coach knew of a 2015 allegation of domestic violence against her ex-husband, former Ohio State assistant..." August 02

  • Courtney Smith Believes Urban Meyer Failed To Stop Her Domestic Abuse

    NESN "Courtney Smith can explain better than most why Urban Meyer and The Ohio State University are under the spotlight. The ex-wife of former Ohio State wide receivers coach Zach Smith discussed Thursday in an interview with Stadium the domestic violence allegations she made against him..." August 02

  • Restaurant chain Bob Evans suspends partnership with Urban Meyer

    USA Today "The Ohio-based chain Bob Evans Restaurants has suspended its short-lived partnership with Urban Meyer and removed all references to the embattled Ohio State coach from its website just days after announcing an endorsement deal that called the Meyer the chain’s “head breakfast..." August 02

  • Urban Meyer knew about 2015 domestic violence incident involving ex-assistant

    CBS Sports "When asked at this year's Big Ten Media Days, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer said he was unaware of a 2015 domestic violence incident involving former Buckeyes wide receiver Zach Smith and his now ex-wife, Courtney. Specifically, Meyer told reporters at the event in Chicago that he was only..." August 01

  • Some of Scott Frost's missing items found in his garage

    The Score "Nebraska head coach Scott Frost has recovered many of the items he reported stolen from his home over the weekend. Lincoln, Neb., police captain Todd Kocian said Monday night that Frost found his 14 championship rings, a Nintendo Wii gaming console, and one UCF football helmet in his..." July 31

  • John O’Korn hints players don’t like Jim Harbaugh

    Sportsnaut "John O’Korn spent three years at Michigan, but the quarterback doesn’t exactly have fond memories of his time with Jim Harbaugh. In a reply to a (NSFW) question about shifting loyalties of former Michigan players, O’Korn said, “it’s not the program or the..." July 31

  • Ohio defensive lineman, Tennessee receiver commit to Purdue football

    Journal & Courier "Prior to Monday night, the last commitment for Purdue's football program was more than a month ago.  That changed quickly.  The Boilermakers secured two commitments Monday night, two days before coach Jeff Brohm starts his second training..." July 31

  • Police: Burglars take rings, other items from Frost's new home

    Lincoln Journal Star "Burglars swiped more than $165,000 in memorabilia from the home of Nebraska football coach Scott Frost over the weekend, a police captain said Monday. They entered the unlocked garage at Frost’s home near 27th Street and Pine Lake Road through the side door sometime between..." July 30

  • Harbaugh told ex-Michigan QB not to eat chicken 'because it's a nervous bird'

    Bleacher Report "Shea Patterson is the savior again. The quarterback who can make it all right. Who can redefine a college football program. Who can win a championship.            His teammates see it. The fans in Ann Arbor, Michigan, do, too. Hell, anyone who follows..." July 30

  • Ex-Ohio State RB Antonio Williams gets immediate eligibility at North Carolina

    Raleigh News & Observer "North Carolina running back Antonio Williams, who transferred from Ohio State in April, has been ruled eligible to play this season, he said in a tweet. A spokesman for UNC’s athletic department confirmed Williams was ruled eligible. Last week, head coach Larry Fedora..." July 28

  • Iowa’s strength coach nets raise, makes him higher paid than nearly three dozen FBS head coaches

    College Football Talk "It’s good to be the strongman of the Iowa football program. As has been the case the last few years, Iowa’s Chris Doyle was the highest-paid strength & conditioning coach in the country this past year, pulling in $675,000 in salary in 2017. According to..." July 25

  • Urban Meyer says Ohio State freshman safety Marcus Hooker will be suspended for season opener

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Ohio State freshman safety Marcus Hooker will be suspended for the Buckeyes' season opener on Sept. 1 vs. Oregon State, Urban Meyer announced at Big Ten media days on Tuesday. Hooker was charged back in June with driving under the influence in  Neshannock Township,..." July 25

  • Harbaugh: QBs improved, still waiting for 'the guy' to emerge

    Detroit News "This is the time of year, just weeks before the start of the college football season, that the main topic among fans of any team is the quarterback competition. This is the time of year Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh, however, wants to focus his discussion on the offensive and..." July 24

  • Michigan State football: Jon Reschke returns after insensitive comments

    Detroit Free Press "Jon Reschke is back on Michigan State’s football roster, 17 months after issuing an apology for “insensitive” comments that led to his departure. Spartans coach Mark Dantonio confirmed the decision Tuesday during the final day of Big Ten football media availability..." July 24

  • Ohio State fires assistant coach Zach Smith after string of domestic violence allegations

    CBS Sports "Ohio State wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator Zach Smith was fired on Monday, three days after he was the subject of a civil protection order filed by his ex-wife Courtney Smith. According to Brett McMurphy, the protection order and a subsequent criminal..." July 24

  • Urban Meyer says he was unaware of open domestic violence case against assistant

    Larry Brown Sports "Urban Meyer on Monday fired the longest tenured member of his coaching staff at Ohio State, and he says the move came after he was made aware of a 2015 arrest he previously had no knowledge of. Zach Smith, a wide receivers coach who came to Ohio State with Meyer from Florida, has been..." July 24

  • Michigan football: 4-star DE Stephen Herron Jr. flips to Stanford

    Detroit Free Press "One of the top-rated commits in Michigan football's 2019 recruiting class is now headed elsewhere.  Stephen Herron Jr., a 4-star defensive end from Louisville, Ky., announced his decision to flip from U-M to Stanford on Monday. Herron, who committed to Michigan last..." July 23

  • Penn State adds four-star guard Saleem Wormley to 2019 class

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Four-star offensive guard Saleem Wormley made a verbal commitment to Penn State on Monday. He is 6 feet 4, 300 pounds and hails from Smyrna, Del. " July 23

  • Ohio State assistant coach Zach Smith charged with criminal trespass

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Ohio State receivers coach Zach Smith was set to appear in court on Wednesday, facing a charge of criminal trespass stemming from an incident that occurred on May 12. An incident report obtained by cleveland.com shows that Powell, Ohio police were dispatched to a home just after 8..." July 19

  • Former Penn State running back Andre Robinson is transferring to Delaware, 'anticipates' playing this fall

    Penn Live "Former Penn State running back Andre Robinson is transferring to Delaware. The onetime Bishop McDevitt star played just two seasons in blue and white before deciding to leave the program at the end of the 2017 regular season. As a Lion, the former four-star recrit rushed for 196 yards..." July 18

  • Michigan's Jim Harbaugh makes offer to second Class of 2022 Tennessee quarterback

    Memphis Commercial Appeal "Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh appears to like Tennessee's Class of 2022 quarterbacks. Freedom Prep freshman Tevin Carter announced on Twitter that he had received an offer from Michigan, joining Westview freshman Ty Simpson as quarterbacks with Michigan..." July 16

  • Michigan State WR commit Tre Mosley hoping to chase national title with fellow recruits

    Michigan Live "Ever since committing to Michigan State on June 29, life has felt different for Tre Mosley. After all, Mosley's decision was not easy. Trying to decide between the Spartans and the University of Michigan, the West Bloomfield wide receiver picked MSU and has not lost any sleep..." July 16

  • Former Miami, Purdue QB Robert Marve arrested on domestic battery charges

    Tampa Bay Times "Former Plant High and University of Miami quarterback Robert Marve was arrested Friday morning in Hillsborough County, accused of striking his ex-girlfriend and stomping on her throat in Key West. Marve turned himself in at the Orient Road Jail and was booked at 10:20 on a complaint..." July 16

  • Rutgers linebacker Brendan DeVera and safety K.J. Gray dismissed from football team

    Newark Star-Ledger "Junior defensive back K.J. Gray and sophomore linebacker Brendan DeVera have been dismissed from the Rutgers football program for violating team rules, a person with knowledge of the situation told NJ Advance Media on Wednesday morning. Gray and DeVera..." July 11

  • Jim Harbaugh likes new NCAA football redshirt rule

    Michigan Live "Jim Harbaugh likes the new football redshirt rule adopted by the NCAA earlier this summer. Speaking this week on his "Attack Each Day" podcast, the Michigan football coach called the new policy allowing student-athletes to play in up to four games without..." July 11

  • Iowa cornerback Manny Rugamba announces he will transfer

    Hawk Central "Iowa junior cornerback Manny Rugamba announced on social media Monday that he is planning to transfer. Rugamba started eight games last season, but was listed as second on the team's depth chart at right cornerback this spring, behind junior Michael Ojemudia. Rugamba..." July 10

  • MSU football hero Jalen Watts-Jackson to join Air Force

    Detroit News "Jalen Watts-Jackson, who scored one of the most memorable touchdowns in Michigan State history, will not transfer to another school, as he announced in the spring, but will instead join the Air Force, an MSU athletics official told The Detroit News. Watts-Jackson’s plans to join..." July 06

  • Michigan's Shea Patterson signs deal Texas Rangers

    Detroit Free Press "Shea Patterson may be interested in baseball after his football career at Michigan is over.  Patterson, a junior quarterback for the Wolverines, was drafted by the Texas Rangers in the 39th round of the Major League Baseball draft last month despite not playing organized baseball..." July 04

  • Michigan lands four-star DT Denver Warren for 2020

    Detroit News "Michigan has been stockpiling 2019 commitments in recent days, but on Monday night the Wolverines got their third pledge from a 2020 recruit. Denver Warren, a 6-2, 320-pound defensive tackle from West Aurora High in Aurora, Ill., committed to Michigan. Michigan “was..." July 03

  • Stanford’s Love, Wisconsin’s Taylor still Heisman betting favorites, but Tua Tagovailoa gaining ground

    College Football Talk "Nothing has actually happened in college football since Tua Tagovailoa‘s 41-yard rainbow landed in Devonta Smith‘s hands to win Alabama the 2017 national title, but that hasn’t stopped fans from laying bets on the 2018 Heisman winner. According to..." July 03

  • Notre Dame transfer CJ Holmes takes walk-on spot at Penn State: Report

    Penn Live "A former Notre Dame running back is now a member of the Penn State football program. C.J. Holmes, once a Lions recruiting target in the Class of 2017 out of Hamden, Conn., was kicked off the Fighting Irish's roster in January after he was suspended indefinitely in December..." July 03

  • 2020 5-star offensive lineman Paris Johnson Jr. commits to Ohio State

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "Paris Johnson Jr., a five-star offensive tackle in the Class of 2020 and the No. 1 player in Ohio, announced his commitment to Ohio State on Thursday night. Johnson, from Cincinnati St. Xavier, is the No. 8 overall player in the country and the No. 2 offensive tackle. He chose..." June 29

  • Heart condition forces Penn State's Nana Asiedu to quit football

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Nana Asiedu’s Penn State career is over before it began.  The incoming freshman, a four-star rated offensive tackle prospect from Stafford, Va., announced Wednesday night that he is quitting football because of a heart condition.  June 28

  • Indiana quarterback Nick Tronti plans to transfer to FAU

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The quarterback competition at Florida Atlantic is about to get even stiffer with the expected arrival of Indiana transfer Nick Tronti. Tronti, who was Mr. Florida in 2016 while playing at Ponte Vedra Nease, will have to sit out this season due to NCAA transfer..." June 27

  • 'Excited' Belleville 5-star OT Devontae Dobbs says 'yes' to MSU

    Detroit News "Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio got his prize recruit in the 2019 class, getting news on Monday that five-star offensive tackle Devontae Dobbs of Belleville will be joining the Spartans’ program. Dobbs is arguably the top tackle in the country and the top recruit for the..." June 26

  • East Kentwood 4-star DT Mazi Smith completes UM's recruiting trifecta

    Detroit News "Michigan's 2019 recruiting class received another boost as East Kentwood four-star defensive tackle Mazi Smith announced via Twitter on Sunday he plans to attend the school. The 6-foot-3, 300-pound lineman, who is ranked the seventh-best at his position by the 247Sports Composite,..." June 25

  • Wisconsin's Alex Hornibrook wins Manning Passing Academy competition

    Penn Live "Today's Big Ten football links are in offseason form with one of the conference's quarterbacks winning a prominent competition and an athletic director search churning on at another school. Wisconsin was known more for star freshman running back Jonathan..." June 25

  • Webber accepts invite to be honorary Michigan football captain

    Detroit News "It looks like Chris Webber, the centerpiece of Michigan’s legendary Fab Five, will be returning to Michigan this fall. Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh invited Webber to be an honorary captain this fall during an appearance Friday afternoon on WTKA’s “The M Zone”..." June 23

  • 2020 WR prospect commits to Jim Harbaugh, Michigan

    Detroit Free Press "Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines have their first commitment of the 2020 recruiting class — and he's from that state down south. Tuesday afternoon, Northland High School (Columbus, Ohio) wide receiver Kalil Branham announced his decision in a..." June 20

  • Michigan football offers scholarship to 7th-grade Southfield QB

    Detroit Free Press "Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh has offered a scholarship to a seventh-grade quarterback. Dante Jacob Moore, a 13-year-old who will enter eighth grade in the fall at A.G.B.U. Alex & Marie Manoogian School, a charter program in Southfield, received the offer..." June 19

  • Urban Meyer calls LSU QB Joe Burrow a ‘Buckeye forever’

    College Football Talk "The majority of players that end up transferring from one school to another probably leave on mostly positive terms with their previous school. In the case of quarterback Joe Burrow, there appear to be absolutely no bitter hostilities left at the table at Ohio State as far as Buckeyes head..." June 19