Southeastern RUMORS & NEWS

  • Howard one of seven finalists for highest-rated recruit in the Class of 2021

    College Football Talk "Here’s something you don’t see every recruiting cycle: Howard and a five-star prospect in the same story.  Yet, here we are. This week, touted 2021 defensive end Korey Foreman revealed the seven schools that are finalists for his talent.  And one of the..." July 10

  • Florida, NC State announce future home-and-home series

    College Football Talk "Florida and NC State have given us a bit of Power Five scheduling news on which to chew. Both the ACC and SEC programs announced Thursday that they have agreed to a future home-and-home series.  Florida will travel to Raleigh in 2026 to face NC State in the first of the two..." July 09

  • Alabama announces offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian had heart surgery

    Saturday Down South "Scary news out of Alabama as offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian had to undergo heart surgery last week after a routine physical detected an issue. The team announced the news on Tuesday. The good news is the Alabama assistant coach is expected to make a full recovery. If..." July 07

  • LSU Tigers Debut 3 Massive Championship Rings, Check Out The Rocks!

    TMZ "Huge day for the national champs ... the LSU Tigers just debuted their 3 title rings from the 2019 season ... and they're HUGE!!! The Tigers got 3 rings total -- one for their SEC Championship, one from the College Football Playoff championship (provided by the CFP), and one..." July 07

  • Jimbo Fisher needs to prove his worth as Texas A&M coach in the 2020 college football season

    CBS Sports "Jimbo Fisher replaced Kevin Sumlin as Texas A&M coach prior to the 2018 season with one definitive goal: win a national championship. As if that goal wasn't made apparent by the lucrative 10-year, $75 million contract Fisher received, Texas A&M chancellor John Sharp..." July 07

  • Auburn football shows off new LED lighting inside Jordan-Hare Stadium

    CBS Sports "Alabama and Georgia added high-tech LED light systems to their home stadiums last year, and now Auburn is joining the club. The school showed off the new system that was recently installed at Jordan-Hare Stadium on its Twitter account on Monday..." July 07

  • Former South Carolina RB, athletic director King Dixon dies at 83

    Charlotte Observer "King Dixon, a longtime fixture of South Carolina athletics who helped transition the Gamecocks to the Southeastern Conference, died Monday night from complications caused by pancreatic cancer. Gamecocks broadcaster Tommy Moody confirmed the news to The State late Monday night...." July 07

  • Missouri receiver Khmari Thompson announces decision to enter transfer portal

    Saturday Down South "Mizzou’s depth at receiver looks to be taking a hit this week as sophomore Khmari Thompson has announced his decision to enter the NCAA transfer portal. Thompson, a native of Lawrenceville, Ga., has yet to catch a pass for the Tigers in his two seasons with the program (one of..." July 07

  • Uber driver charged with murder in death of former Tennessee lineman Jeremy Shadrick

    USA Today "Jeremy Shadrick, a backup offensive lineman at Tennessee in the mid-1990s, died when an Uber driver ran him over, according to police. He was 44. According to Tulsa (Oklahoma) police, Shadrick and Omar Baabbad had gotten into an altercation in Baabad's car on June 26..." July 06

  • Ed Orgeron takes up boxing during college football offseason

    Larry Brown Sports "Ed Orgeron has a new hobby. The LSU coach has had extra free time this offseason due to many college football activities being suspended. With that free time, Orgeron has taken up a new sport: boxing. Orgeron began training with Baton Rouge-based trainer L.J. Morvant roughly..." July 04

  • 'It took guts': How Kylin Hill's risk helped change a state flag

    247 Sports "Midway through a historic debate over House Bill 1796, Mississippi state representative Omeria Scott paused to scribble out an amendment. In swooping cursive, a legislator in her 28th year in the House asked to rename the bill for 21-year-old Mississippi State running back Kylin..." July 04

  • Tennessee responds to Vols assistant caught up in Texas A&M’s NCAA sanctions

    College Football Talk "The Texas A&M NCAA brouhaha has a connection to the Tennessee football program.  And, not surprisingly, UT had a public response. Thursday afternoon, the NCAA announced it had sanctioned the Texas A&M football program and Jimbo..." July 03

  • Vanderbilt apologizes for expelled player's participation in Pro Day

    Tennessean "A Vanderbilt football player expelled from the university during the 2018 season after being found responsible for sexual assault by a school Title IX investigation continued to have access to football facilities and activities that placed him in proximity of his..." July 03

  • Alabama continues climb up 2021 recruiting rankings with another four-star commit; knocking on door of the Top 10

    MSN.com "After a slow start, Alabama continues to make inroads on the football recruiting trail.  Significant inroads. Monday, four-star defensive back Devonta Smith, a one-time Ohio State commit, committed to Alabama football.  Two days later, four-star..." July 02

  • Four-star edge rusher Naquon Brown commits to Tigers in 2021 class

    103.7 The Game "Naquan Brown commits to the LSU Tigers. Photo courtesy of CBS Sports. The 2021 recruiting class for LSU gained another edge rusher in four-star commit Naquan Brown. " July 02

  • Texas A&M football program penalized for NCAA violations, Jimbo Fisher receives show-cause order

    Dallas Morning News "The NCAA announced on Thursday that the Texas A&M football program violated NCAA recruiting and countable athletically related activity rules. The infractions took place during a period between January 2018 and February 2019, according to the NCAA Committee on Infractions. The..." July 02

  • South Carolina governor: No college football if COVID-19 surge continues

    Greenville Online "Gov. Henry McMaster warned Wednesday that he will not allow high school and college football games to be played in South Carolina this fall if COVID-19 infections keep climbing. "If these numbers continue to rise and the danger persists. I can't do it," McMaster said..." July 02

  • 5-star DE Dallas Turner heading to Alabama

    CBS Sports "Dallas Turner, a four-star defensive end from St. Thomas Aquinas High School, verbally committed to Alabama on Wednesday. Turner picked the Crimson Tide over more than 30 scholarship offers from around the country, most of them coming from the Power Five.  Florida, Georgia,..." July 01

  • 5 college football transfers who will have a big impact in 2020

    Larry Brown Sports "The transfer portal has become an increasingly vital part of college sports in recent years. College football teams use transfers to become quick contenders, and in the case of some schools, remain contenders despite high-profile departures. Oklahoma has essentially made it standard practice to..." July 01

  • Ole Miss confirms four-star 2020 WR Marc Britt has officially signed

    College Football Talk "Ole Miss is (finally) on the receiving end of a late football recruiting gift. In November of last year, Marc Britt committed to play his college football at Florida.  The Early Signing Period came and went without the four-star 2020 prospect signing with the..." July 01

  • Ole Miss Football Announces Home-and-Home with Charlotte

    SI "Ole Miss football is scheduled to play a future home-and-home series against Charlotte, as announced by both schools on Tuesday. Ole Miss will travel to Charlotte, North Carolina, to face the 49ers on Sept. 12, 2026. The Rebels will then host Charlotte the following year on Sept. 4,..." July 01

  • CB Devonta Smith commits to Alabama days after dropping Ohio State

    Larry Brown Sports "Devonta Smith backed out of his commitment to Ohio State and is going with another top program instead. On Thursday, Smith, rated a four-star recruit by 247 Sports, announced he was no longer committed to the Buckeyes. " June 30

  • Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves signs bill officially changing state flag

    ESPN "Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves on Tuesday signed a bill to retire the last state flag in the U.S. with the Confederate battle emblem following widespread, increased pressure that came in part from the sports world. "This is not a political moment to me but a solemn occasion to lead..." June 30

  • Kylin Hill's Twitter Reaction to Mississippi Changing Flag Proves College Athletes Have a Voice

    12 Up "Last week, Mississippi State running back Kylin Hill took a stand on social media when he threatened to no longer player for the Bulldogs if the state didn't change its flag, which, at the time, was the last in the nation to display the Confederate battle emblem. This..." June 30

  • Misdemeanor charge dismissed against Georgia’s Devonte Wyatt

    AJC "Months after being arrested on a misdemeanor criminal trespass charge, the case against a University of Georgia football player has been dismissed, records show. The charge against defensive lineman Devonte Wyatt was dropped by prosecutors June 12, ending the criminal case,..." June 30

  • Alabama mayor resigns after criticizing football team's BLM video

    Daily Mail "A controversial Alabama mayor has resigned after posting disparaging comments about the University of Alabama football team voicing its support for the Black Lives Matter movement – months after he refused to step down for calling for the killing of LGBTQ..." June 29

  • Mississippi Legislature Passes Bill to Change State Flag

    Wall Street Journal "The legislature in Mississippi, the last state with the Confederate battle emblem on its flag, voted by a wide margin Sunday to change the state’s flag after 126 years. The bill now heads to Republican Gov. Tate Reeves, who has pledged to sign it, saying the argument over the..." June 29

  • Lane Kiffin is already trolling Mike Leach on Twitter

    Larry Brown Sports "If you weren’t already excited for Lane Kiffin and Mike Leach coaching SEC rivals, maybe this will do it for you. Kiffin and Leach, the coaches of Ole Miss and Mississippi State, created a bit of a viral moment Thursday when they appeared at the Mississippi state capitol to..." June 28

  • Mississippi State's Kylin Hill reacts to progress in changing state flag

    Sporting News "Kylin Hill didn't need to say much Saturday after the news that Mississippi's state flag might be in for a redesign. The Mississippi State running back had his say about the issue earlier in the week. Hill was reacting to the state legislature going..." June 28

  • Kentucky QB Terry Wilson says he is back and healthy after knee injury

    Larry Brown Sports "Terry Wilson made a big announcement on Twitter Saturday. The Kentucky Wildcats quarterback proclaimed that he was “back” and “healthy” after a long road of recovery. " June 28

  • Former Auburn WR Marquis McClain announces FCS transfer destination

    Saturday Down South "The Auburn Tigers lost a rising redshirt senior receiver to the NCAA transfer portal back in December. That player was Marquis McClain, who had appeared in 37 games over the course of his Auburn career after redshirting back in 2016.   " June 27

  • Marcel Brooks enters the NCAA Transfer Portal

    247 Sports "One of the most promising young players on LSU's football roster has now entered his name into the NCAA's Transfer Portal. On Friday, sophomore linebacker Marcel Brooks put his name into the transfer portal and can now be contacted by other college programs, multiple..." June 26

  • Nick Saban, Alabama players send powerful video message: ‘In this moment in history, we can’t be silent’

    College Football Talk "Alabama football has put some powerful words on film that it hopes can spark some change.  Any kind of change for the better. Thursday afternoon, the official Alabama football Twitter account posted a powerful video featuring several Crimson Tide players along with head..." June 25

  • Lane Kiffin, Mike Leach Lobby To Remove Confederate Symbol From MS State Flag

    Clarion Ledger "Before either of them ever step foot on the home sidelines for Ole Miss or Mississippi State, Lane Kiffin and Mike Leach will have to confront the Mississippi legislature. Kiffin and Leach plan to address the state legislature on Thursday morning. The coaches, along with Ole Miss..." June 25

  • Texas A&M Football Players Test Positive for COVID, Sent to Quarantine

    TMZ "Multiple members of the Texas A&M football team have tested positive for COVID-19 and are currently in quarantine, TMZ Sports has confirmed. We're getting conflicting information about the number of cases within the program ... but coronavirus has definitely..." June 25

  • Univ. Of Florida 'Gator Bait' Chant Creator Slams Decision To Ban Cheer

    TMZ "Lawrence Wright -- the former Univ. of Florida football star who created the famous "Gator Bait" chant -- is urging school officials to reconsider the cheer's ban ... telling TMZ Sports it's not racist. Back after the 1996 season, fresh off a national..." June 25

  • Phillip Fulmer: Tennessee preparing to have stadium full of fans

    Larry Brown Sports "Tennessee athletic director Phillip Fulmer likes to be prepared for all situations, and that includes the possibility of having Neyland Stadium full of fans in the fall. Fulmer appeared on 104.5 The Zone in Nashville and talked about the possibility of having fans at Vols games. " June 25

  • Clarkston's Garrett Dellinger picks LSU over Michigan football, other Big Ten powers

    Detroit Free Press "Garrett Dellinger recorded a commitment video, but it had four different endings. Each ending had Clarkston’s 6-foot-6, 290-pound offensive tackle committing to a different school: Michigan football, Penn State, LSU and Ohio State. The ending Dellinger..." June 24

  • Ole Miss retiring Giants legend Eli Manning’s No. 10 jersey

    Clutch Points "Eli Manning was able to carve out a successful career in the NFL with the New York Giants. But his time in college at Ole Miss also deserves to be celebrated. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Ole Miss is retiring Manning’s No. 10 jersey during the upcoming..." June 22

  • Mississippi State’s Kylin Hill: ‘I won’t be representing this state’ until flag changes

    SI "Numerous Mississippi State coaches and administrators have come out in support of changing the state flag of Mississippi over the last several days. Now, maybe the most well-known Bulldog athlete has joined in. MSU running back Kylin Hill took to Twitter on Monday afternoon and..." June 22

  • 2022 QB feels UF is recruiting him hardest

    247 Sports "Valdosta (GA) Lowndes 2022 quarterback Jacurri Brown is already a wanted man on the recruiting front.  " June 22

  • Texas Tech confirms addition of Alabama transfer WR Chadarius Townsend

    College Football Talk "Texas Tech is officially the beneficiary of one of two Alabama football players who left the program this month. In early June, Tyrell Shavers entered the NCAA transfer database.  Less than a week later, the four-star 2017 signee announced..." June 21

  • Will Louisiana wake up now that COVID-19 has hit LSU football?

    The Advertiser "It ain't over, until it's over. The late Yankee catcher great Yogi Berra was not talking about COVID-19 when he said that in the summer of 1973. He was talking baseball as the manager of the New York Mets, who proved him prophetic as they rallied from 12.5 games out of..." June 21

  • Ole Miss football players express support for moving school's Confederate statue

    USA Today "Members of the Ole Miss football team expressed their solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and called for changes to continue on campus in a video posted Saturday on social media. Ole Miss defensive end Ryder Anderson was one of several players to appear in the..." June 21

  • Four-star DB Kamar Wilcoxson commits to Gators for third time

    CBS Sports "Four-star defensive back Kamar Wilcoxson has committed to the Florida Gators, spurning Tennessee, which he had been committed to since April 27. The commitment on Friday marks the third time the Class of 2021 standout has offered his pledge to the..." June 21

  • Dozens of LSU Football Players Forced to Quarantine in Latest College Football COVID-19 Setback

    12 Up "Friday was far from a good day for college football. Reports suggested that 23 Clemson Tigers football players all tested positive for COVID-19, the most of any university at the time. That, sadly, wouldn't be the last of the bad news on that subject. According to Ross..." June 20

  • Arch Manning already getting pressure to go to LSU

    247 Sports "2023 is a long ways away for a recruit, but there's no question one of the nation's top quarterbacks in that cycle is New Orleans (La.) Isidore Newman's Arch Manning. Talking with Off The Bench with Culotta and T-Bob on Tuesday, Arch's father, Cooper, spoke about his..." June 19

  • 5 Most Explosive Players In College Football Right Now

    Sportsnaut "One of the most valuable assets for any football team is an explosive weapon. A player with the ability to score from anywhere changes the dynamic of every play. They keep opponents on edge, even creating opportunities for their teammates when they don’t have the ball. When they..." June 19

  • Alabama lands another 4-star WR in Christian Leary

    SI "Late on Tuesday night, the University of Alabama secured its third wide receiver commitment of the 2021 cycle with the verbal commitment of four-star pass catcher Christian Leary to go along with Jacorey Brooks and Agiye Hall, who are both also four-star prospects. Leary, who stands..." June 18

  • Ohio State and Alabama Announce Upcoming Home-and-Home

    Barstool Sports "Alabama and Ohio State announced a home-and-home series on Thursday, with the Crimson Tide traveling to Columbus in 2027 and the Buckeyes returning the trip in 2028. A non-conference game of this magnitude would be the biggest game in college football if it were to be played this..." June 18

  • Joe Burrow named as the SEC Male Athlete of the Year

    College Football Talk "Joe Burrow may have seen his time at the collegiate level come to an end, but the No. 1 overall pick of the 2020 NFL Draft is still collecting hardware. Wednesday, Joe Burrow was named as the winner of the 2019-2020 Roy F. Kramer SEC Male Athlete of the Year.  The..." June 18

  • Commissioner threatens no SEC championships in Mississippi until state flag changes

    ESPN "SEC commissioner Greg Sankey threatened to not host any future conference championship events in Mississippi until the state changes its flag. Mississippi is the only state that still has the Confederate symbol -- a blue cross with the 13 stars -- on its flag. "It is..." June 18

  • Ryan Tannehill Backs Demand To Remove Texas A&M's Confederate General Statue

    TMZ "NFL QB Ryan Tannehill is joining the movement to take down a controversial statue honoring a former Texas A&M president on campus ... saying the school cannot overlook his history of slavery and racism. A campaign is underway to remove the monument of Confederate..." June 18

  • Marcus Lattimore and Alshon Jeffery push to rename South Carolina's wellness center

    Yahoo! Sports "Former South Carolina standouts Marcus Lattimore and Alshon Jeffery are voicing their support to rename the school’s wellness center. South Carolina’s rec center for students is named after longtime U.S. Senator Strom Thurmond, who served over 48 years in the..." June 18

  • Georgia's Redcoat Band will no longer play 'Tara's Theme' from 'Gone With the Wind' after games

    USA Today "The University of Georgia's marching band, known as the Redcoat Band, is ending a tradition to create a more inclusive and welcoming environment at Bulldogs games.  "We are ending performances of 'Tara's Theme,' effective immediately, and replacing it as our..." June 18

  • Florida band to stop using ‘Gator Bait’ chant due to ‘historic racist imagery’

    Larry Brown Sports "The University of Florida is doing away from one of its most popular chants at sporting events. In a Thursday letter to the UF community that was titled “Another Step Toward Positive Change Against Racism,” University of Florida president W. Kent Fuchs outlined a number of..." June 18

  • Tennessee RB Tim Jordan dismissed from team following May arrest on gun, drug charges

    USA Today "Tim Jordan is no longer a member of the Tennessee football team, coach Jeremy Pruitt said Thursday. Jordan was arrested on gun and marijuana charges after a traffic stop in late May in his home county in Florida, records show. Jordan, a senior from Bartow,..." June 18

  • Tennessee football discussing wearing black jerseys, selling them to support Black Lives Matter

    Yardbarker "Universities across the country are discussing ways to help create positive change to fight against racism and inequality. Now, the University of Tennessee’s football team might have found a creative way to make their own contributions this season. On Thursday, Tennessee..." June 18

  • QB Kellen Mond continues in campaign to remove statue from Texas A&M's campus

    CBS Sports "Texas A&M quarterback Kellen Mond continues his campaign to see the statue of a former university president removed from campus, citing his role in violence against Black and indigenous people prior to his time as the leader of the school.  Lawrence Sullivan Ross..." June 17

  • 5 College Football Programs That Could Shock The World In 2020

    Sportsnaut "College football is often criticized for being dominated by a repeating cast of a few elite teams. However, especially once you look beyond the playoff-level programs, there are plenty of shocking stories every single season. Due to the nature of being a college sport, NCAA teams face..." June 16

  • Lane Kiffin shares how Ole Miss have fallen behind amid pandemic

    Larry Brown Sports "College football activity hadn’t started when the coronavirus pandemic really began to impact the United States, but now that we’re in our fourth month of it, offseason activities have been significantly derailed. That is causing major issues for a lot of programs. Lane..." June 13

  • Texas Gov. Greg Abbott says state's FBS schools should not expect football capacity to be above 50%

    USA Today "Texas Gov. Greg Abbott spent an hour on a Zoom call Friday with the 12 athletics directors of the state's Football Bowl Subdivision schools and told them not to expect capacity at their stadiums to be above 50% this fall, a person with knowledge of the call told USA TODAY Sports. The..." June 13

  • Alabama Beats Out LSU and Ohio State to Land First 5-Star Recruit of 2021 Class

    12 Up "Another day, another big win for the Alabama Crimson Tide. Nick Saban and Co. just made a major statement in the race for 2021 college football recruiting supremacy, gaining the commitment of the very first 5-star prospect to join their upcoming class. Offensive tackle JC..." June 12

  • Walker Howard, elite QB prospect out of St. Thomas More, commits to LSU

    The Advocate "Lafayette QB Walker Howard, the No. 3-ranked pro-style passer in the country for 2022 announce his commitment Friday to play for LSU. Howard made the announcement in a video he released about 11 a.m. In January, the 6-foot-2, 190-pounder rising junior at St. Thomas..." June 12

  • Bret Bielema suing Arkansas Razorback Foundation as ex-Razorbacks coach seeks unpaid buyout wages

    CBS Sports "Ex-Arkansas coach Bret Bielema has filed a $7 million lawsuit in Arkansas federal court against the Arkansas Razorback Foundation, the non-profit fundraising arm for Arkansas athletics. According to Variety, whose sister outlet Sportico obtained the court records, Bielema claims that..." June 12

  • Mississippi State, Memphis schedule future home-and-home

    College Football Talk "Taking a break from beefing up its roster with talent from the University of Alabama, Mississippi State is adding to its future football slates. Thursday, Memphis announced that it has reached an agreement with Mississippi State on a future home-and-home football..." June 12

  • Three more Alabama football players test positive

    College Football Talk "The Alabama football program has been hit by the virus.  Again.  Reportedly. After being allowed to by the SEC, Alabama football players began returning for voluntary on-campus workouts the Monday before last.  A few days later, it was reported that at least five..." June 11

  • Lane Kiffin shares why he took the Ole Miss job

    Larry Brown Sports "Lane Kiffin is getting ready to begin his fourth head coaching stint in college football, one that takes him back to the SEC. After getting his start as a head coach for the Oakland Raiders when he was 31, Kiffin went to college and coached at Tennessee. He left the Vols after a year..." June 11

  • Bowling Green Transfer QB Grant Loy Commits to Auburn

    College And Magnolia "Auburn heads into the 2020 season with zero quarterback controversy. Bo Nix will be Auburn’s starting quarterback and there’s excitement that the former 5-star can take a big step in his sophomore campaign under the tutelage of Chad Morris. However, behind him..." June 11

  • Paul Finebaum Says Time is Running Out For Nick Saban at Alabama

    The Big Lead "Nick Saban turns 69 this year. That's nice and all, but can he still win a championship at his advanced age and prove beyond the shadow of a doubt that he is the greatest G.O.A.T. college football coach of all-time? Paul Finebaum, appearing on Wednesday's edition of Get Up,..." June 10

  • Antonio Alfano has path to return to CU Buffs football team

    Denver Post "Antonio Alfano may have a chance to play for the Colorado Buffaloes after all. On May 29, CU told BuffZone.com that Alfano, a former five-star recruit who transferred from Alabama in January, was no longer enrolled in school and no longer on the team. Head coach Karl Dorrell..." June 09

  • Bulldogs Add Former Alabama WR Tyrell Shavers

    For Whom The Cowbell Tolls "Former Alabama wide receiver Tyrell Shavers, who entered the transfer portal last week, announced on Monday that he’s transferring to Mississippi State. The 6-foot-6, 205-pound receiver joins the program as a graduate transfer and will be eligible to play immediately with..." June 09

  • Coach Ed Orgeron Says Entire LSU Roster Is Registering To Vote

    TMZ "A bunch of Tigers will be flooding the booths in Baton Rouge this November ... 'cause LSU head coach Ed Orgeron says ALL of his players decided to team up and register to vote. The leader of the reigning national champs revealed the team's decision on the "Off..." June 09

  • LSU, Oklahoma finalists for highest-rated QB in the Class of 2021

    College Football Talk "LSU demolished Oklahoma on the playing field earlier this year.  Now, the Sooners are hoping to return the favor on the recruiting trail. Caleb Williams is one of the top quarterbacks in the 2021 recruiting class.  In fact, on the 247Sports.com composite,..." June 09

  • Three Auburn football players test positive for COVID-19 upon return to campus for workouts

    CBS 42 "As the Auburn University football team returns for voluntary workouts, three players have tested positive for COVID-19. Players returned to campus last Thursday recently took the COVID-19 test. Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn said if players test positive for the virus, they are moved..." June 08

  • Auburn athletes, coaches attend Black Lives Matter protest at Toomer's Corner

    Montgomery Advertiser " The original plan, described by head coach Gus Malzahn this past Tuesday, was for Auburn's football players to be isolated together for the first week they were back on campus due to concern over COVID-19. But some things are more important than football. That's why..." June 08

  • Kash Daniel comments on infamous Kyle Trask incident

    Yardbarker "Kash Daniel apologized during a podcast interview for his infamous incident with Kyle Trask and explained what led to his actions. Daniel was shown on video grabbing the Florida quarterback’s foot and twisting itduring his Wildcats’ 29-21 loss to the Gators in..." June 07

  • Ole Miss, USF football coaches, players participate in unity walks

    ESPN "Ole Miss football coach Lane Kiffin, who took part in a unity walk on the campus Saturday along with athletes and coaches from various sports as well as athletic administrators, said he was "proud to stand with his players" in the fight against racial..." June 06

  • Arkansas RB T.J. Hammonds back on scholarship

    Whole Hog Sports "Arkansas running back T.J. Hammonds has been placed on scholarship, Razorbacks football coach Sam Pittman said Wednesday. On a Zoom call with reporters, Pittman said Hammonds signed scholarship paperwork Tuesday. Hammonds will be a senior in 2020. “We're happy to..." June 06

  • Georgia Moving Forward With Plan for Fall Football Season in Good Sign for SEC

    12 Up "A plethora of Power 5 programs have come forward to communicate their optimism about the 2020 college football season starting on time and with fans inside stadiums. Georgia joined that growing list on Thursday when school president Jere Morehead addressed the coronavirus..." June 06

  • Missouri transfer WR Kam Scott commits to Houston

    College Football Talk "Houston, you have a… new football player.  Unofficially. Back in February, it was reported that Missouri’s Kam Scott had decided to test the transfer portal waters.  A little more than four months later, the wide receiver announced on Instagram..." June 06

  • LSU AD compares fans attending CFB games during pandemic to car accidents

    Sportsnaut "As teams begin to prepare for the 2020 college football season, athletic directors around the NCAA are making plans for how to get fans into seats this year during the COVID-19 pandemic. Stadium revenue from the college football season is essential for many universities across the..." June 05

  • At least five Alabama players test positive for COVID-19

    247 Sports "Upon returning to campus this week, at least five Alabama football players have tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), multiple sources have informed BamaOnLine. Players returned to Tuscaloosa this week ahead of the start of voluntary workouts, and following testing,..." June 04

  • LSU, Michigan Have Discussed Future Football Game

    Sportsnaut "As Michigan Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh and LSU Tigers Ed Orgeron prepare their football teams for a challenging 2020 college football season, their athletic directors are thinking about the future. Specifically, having the two iconic coaches to square off against each other in a future..." June 04

  • Sam Pittman: Arkansas signee won't play for Hogs

    Saturday Down South "Three-star outside linebacker Catrell Wallace won’t play for Arkansas, Sam Pittman announced Wednesday. Instead, Pittman believes Wallace will be heading to JUCO. Wallace was arrested in February in connection with a sexual assault investigation, a felony, and..." June 04

  • Auburn legend Pat Dye buried beneath tree grown from Toomer’s Corner trimming

    USA Today "Monday evening at 7 p.m., with the sun setting on Pat Dye’s farm in Notasulga, Alabama, the former Auburn coach and Georgia All-American, was laid to rest under a special tree he had been nurturing for some time. There was no casket. The longtime Auburn icon,..." June 03

  • Dan Mullen expects Florida to go undefeated this season

    Larry Brown Sports "Dan Mullen is entering the 2020 college football season with the right attitude. The Florida head coach joined “The Pat McAfee Show” on Wednesday and was set up by the host, who said that he assumed Mullen’s team would go undefeated. Mullen said that is the..." June 03

  • Legendary Tennessee, Pittsburgh football coach Johnny Majors dies at age 85

    Saturday Down South "Sad news to share from Knoxville as legendary Tennessee player and coach Johnny Majors has passed away at the age of 85. Majors was a star player for Tennessee between 1954 and 1956, where he earned All-American honors and finished as the Heisman Trophy runner-up during his senior..." June 03

  • How coach Pat Dye restored more than just winning at Auburn

    ESPN "Auburn football had attained some stature before Pat Dye arrived to coach the Tigers in 1981. John Heisman coached there. Shug Jordan won a national championship in 1957. But days after the Tigers finished No. 1, Bear Bryant heard Mama calling from Alabama. By the time Jordan's..." June 02

  • Auburn releases statements addressing death of Pat Dye

    College Football Talk "Auburn is, as expected, mourning the death of Pat Dye. Last month, Dye was hospitalized for kidney-related issues.  During that hospital stay, Dye tested positive for COVID-19.  At the time, his son, NFL agent Pat Dye Jr., stated that “[w]e fully anticipate..." June 02

  • Sports world mourns the death of legendary Auburn coach Pat Dye

    Sportsnaut "Legendary former Auburn football coach Pat Dye was hospitalized with a kidney issue and tested positive for COVID-19. On Monday, he passed away at the age of 80. " June 01

  • Four-star offensive lineman Dylan Fairchild commits to Bulldogs

    CBS Sports "Georgia landed another big commitment on Saturday -- literally. Dylan Fairchild, a 6-foot-5, 298-pound offensive guard from West Forsyth High School in Cumming, Georgia, pledged to the Bulldogs over offers from several top-tier teams including Auburn, Alabama, LSU, Tennessee and..." May 31

  • Tennessee RB Tim Jordan arrested on gun, drug charges

    ESPN "Tennessee Volunteers running back Tim Jordan was arrested Saturday in Lakewood, Florida, on a felony charge of carrying a concealed weapon and two misdemeanor drug charges, according to online records. Jordan, 20, was released Saturday on $2,000 bond, according to Polk..." May 31

  • Colorado DL Antonio Alfano, former five-star Alabama prospect, no longer with Buffaloes program

    CBS Sports "The whirlwind offseason for Colorado defensive lineman Antonio Alfano has taken another turn, and this one has taken him out of Boulder. The school confirmed to the Boulder Daily Camera that the 6-foot-5, 280-pound defensive end is no longer enrolled at the school...." May 30

  • Former All-SEC DL C.J. 'Poop' Johnson publishes potty-training book

    USA Today "Former Kentucky football player C.J. Johnson is a man of many talents. All-SEC-caliber athlete. Hip hop artist. Author. Potty-training motivator. Johnson, who played two seasons at Kentucky in 2014 and 2015, added those last two titles to his resume with the..." May 30

  • Mississippi State's Mike Leach Optimistic CFB Season Will Go On As Planned

    Sportsnaut "The always boisterous Mike Leach shocked the college football world earlier this year when he decided to leave Washington State for Mississippi State. Leach’s success as a coach and his personality should play pretty darn well in the south. With the 2020..." May 29

  • Auburn transfer Joey Gatewood seeking immediate eligibility at Kentucky

    College Football Talk "Kentucky may not immediately have a Power Five football transfer at its disposal.  Or, it may.  Depends. Joey Gatewood decided in late October of last year to transfer from Auburn.  On the Tigers quarterback’s transfer to-do list were Florida,..." May 29

  • Will Muschamp talks about his son committing to Georgia

    247 Sports "South Carolina head coach Will Muschamp’s son Jackson certainly created a story when he made the decision to walk-on at Georgia to play quarterback. It certainly has the potential to make for a bit of a fun, awkward situation in the Muschamp household. Originally committed to..." May 29

  • Full details of Todd Monken's Georgia contract released

    Saturday Down South "Georgia is paying a premium price to reboot its offense this offseason. We already knew that Georgia was prepared to pay Todd Monken $1.1 million to serve as Kirby Smart’s offensive coordinator in 2020 and now we know the first-year Bulldog assistant is set to make $1.25 million..." May 29

  • Top247 LB Ian Jackson commits to Alabama

    247 Sports "Nick Saban and the Alabama coaching staff added commitment No. 6 on Thursday in Prattville (Ala.) linebacker Ian Jackson. The four-star prospect from just outside Montgomery chose the Crimson Tide over Auburn, Georgia, LSU, and a number of other offers. Alabama joined..." May 28