Southeastern RUMORS & NEWS

  • Tennessee gives Jeremy Pruitt 2-year extension

    Rocky Top Talk "Tennessee has announced a two-year extension for head football coach Jeremy Pruitt, just days before the start of the 2020 season. The 46 year old is entering his third season at the helm of the program. His new deal will take him through the 2025 season. Pruitt replaced Butch Jones..." September 24

  • Otis Reese says he was 'manipulated' by Kirby Smart; details experiences of racism on Georgia campus

    Saturday Down South "With no word from the NCAA, former Georgia defensive back Otis Reese is appealing to the court of public opinion for his 2020 eligibility. His case includes some explosive accusations regarding Bulldogs coach Kirby Smart and the campus environment at UGA. Reese, now at Ole Miss,..." September 23

  • Georgia disputes ex-safety Otis Reese's claim of racial insensitivity

    ESPN "The Georgia athletic department is disputing a former football player's claims that it maintains an "unsafe, unsupportive, or racially insensitive environment." In a statement posted to social media Tuesday night, former Bulldogs safety Otis..." September 23

  • Georgia's Smart 'hopeful' JT Daniels is cleared for season opener

    The Spun "Most figure that if he’s cleared to play, JT Daniels will be Georgia football’s starting quarterback this season. That isn’t a guarantee—no starter has been named and the team has an impressive prospect in D’Wan Mathis battling for the job—but the former..." September 23

  • Mac Jones named Alabama starting quarterback

    Yardbarker "As ESPN's Alex Scarborough reported, Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban officially named Mac Jones his starting quarterback for Saturday's season opener at Missouri. Jones, a redshirt junior, was the favorite to begin the campaign ahead of top-tier prospect..." September 21

  • LSU names Myles Brennan starting quarterback

    The Score "LSU head coach Ed Orgeron announced Monday that Myles Brennan will be the team's starting quarterback for the season opener Saturday against Mississippi State, according to ESPN's Alex Scarborough. "I've always believed in Myles," Orgeron..." September 21

  • Texas A&M starting linebacker Anthony Hines opts out of 2020 college football season

    Houston Chronicle "Texas A&M starting linebacker Anthony Hines III has opted out of this season less than a week until the Aggies kickoff against Vanderbilt on Saturday at Kyle Field. “With everything taking place in the world right now, from the pandemic, to the blatant injustices being..." September 21

  • Nick Saban reacts to Big Ten's decision to play in fall

    247 Sports "Nick Saban was someone who was very down on the idea of the Big Ten potentially playing its football season in the spring after the conference originally postponed its fall football season last month. With the league officially reversing course yesterday, the..." September 18

  • Tennessee OL Cade Mays wins immediate eligibility appeal to play in 2020 after initially being denied

    Knoxville News Sentinel "Cade Mays has the green light from the NCAA to play this season. His next hurdle is getting approval from the SEC. The NCAA reversed course and granted the Tennessee Vols offensive lineman a transfer waiver, coach Jeremy Pruitt said after Thursday's..." September 18

  • Mizzou down at least 12 players vs. Bama

    CBS Sports "Missouri's count of players who will miss the team's season-opener against Alabama on Sept. 26  due to COVID-19 protocols is up to 12, Tigers coach Elijah Drinkwitz said Wednesday. Though not all 12 have necessarily tested positive for the coronavirus, the..." September 16

  • LSU defensive tackle Neil Farrell opting back in for 2020 season

    WBRZ "According to reports from The Athletics, LSU defensive tackle Neil Farrell is planning on opting back in for the upcoming 2020 season. Farrell said he would not play in 2020 on August 8th citing COVID concerns.  " September 15

  • Ed Orgeron: Most LSU players have had COVID-19

    ESPN "LSU football coach Ed Orgeron said Tuesday that most of his team has contracted COVID-19. "Not all of our players, but most of our players have caught it," Orgeron told reporters. "I think that hopefully they won't catch it again, and hopefully they're not..." September 15

  • LSU WR Ja’Marr Chase officially declares for 2021 NFL Draft

    WAFB " LSU junior wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase has announced that he has officially declared for the 2021 NFL Draft. He made the announcement via social media on Tuesday, September 15. " September 15

  • Texas A&M leading receiver Jhamon Ausbon opts out of season to enter 2021 NFL draft

    Dallas Morning News "Less than two weeks before the start of the season, Texas A&M’s roster continues to dwindle. Senior wide receiver Jhamon Ausbon announced his decision to opt out of the 2020 season via Twitter on Sunday. “College Station/Aggieland it’s been a blessing..." September 14

  • Alabama shows off new socially-distanced seating for football games

    Yardbarker "Alabama’s athletic director showed off the new socially distanced seating plan for games at Bryant-Denny Stadium this season. The Crimson Tide are set to begin their football season on Sept. 26 along with the rest of the SEC. Their first home game is scheduled for a week later..." September 13

  • Mike Golic shares message after calling college football game

    MSN.com "Mike Golic was back on the ESPN airwaves on Saturday, and it was to call some college football. The former longtime ESPN Radio host teamed with Dave Pasch to call Saturday’s Louisiana Lafayette 31-14 win over Iowa State. Golic tweeted after the game to share how much he enjoyed..." September 13

  • Louisiana shocks No. 23 Iowa State with 17-point upset for first top 25 win since 1996

    CBS Sports "It didn't take long for an upset to occur in the 2020 college football season. It happened on the first semi-full weekend of games with Louisiana surprising No. 23 Iowa State 31-14 on the road for the Sun Belt's second big victory of the young season. Not..." September 12

  • Florida’s Ben Hill Griffin Stadium was on fire

    Larry Brown Sports "There was a fire at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on the University of Florida campus in Gainesville on Saturday, though it was quickly put out. Video showed smoke coming out of the stadium from the fire. " September 12

  • Eligibility waiver denied for Syracuse OL Chris Bleich

    Syracuse.com "Syracuse offensive lineman Chris Bleich had his NCAA transfer waiver for immediate eligibility denied, sidelining him for the 2020 season this fall. Bleich enrolled at Syracuse last January after transferring from the University of Florida and expected to compete for a starting guard..." September 11

  • Receiver Justin Shorter granted waiver to play with Florida Gators

    247 Sports "Former five-star wide receiver Justin Shorter announced last November that he would be leaving Penn State and entering into the NCAA Transfer Portal. A few months later, Shorter was committed to the Florida Gators after taking an official visit to campus back in January and eventually..." September 11

  • LSU Tigers' Ray Parker suspended after arrest

    The Advocate "Before LSU announced the suspension of football player Ray Parker Wednesday morning, the redshirt freshman defensive end was arrested in Baton Rouge on battery of a dating partner and simple criminal damage to property. Parker, 20, was arrested by LSU police and booked in..." September 10

  • LSU reduces stadium capacity to 25% due to pandemic

    Yardbarker "The defending national champion LSU Tigers plan to fill Tiger Stadium to 25% capacity for the 2020 college football season held amid the coronavirus pandemic. Per Adam Rittenberg of ESPN, that amounts to roughly 25,580 spectators attending games in the venue..." September 09

  • Georgia's Bulldog Mascot Won't Attend Games Due To COVID-19 Protocols

    TMZ "Who let the dogs out?? Not Georgia -- 'cause the Bulldogs' beloved live mascot, Uga X, will NOT be attending football games this fall due to COVID-19. Of course, Uga X -- AKA Que -- is the tenth English bulldog to take on the iconic role as Georgia's live mascot since Uga..." September 09

  • Tennessee cancels football scrimmage with players out due to positive COVID-19 tests, contact tracing

    CBS Sports "Tennessee was slated to have a scrimmage on Saturday, but settled for a regular practice instead. Why? Because the Vols didn't have enough players. Coach Jeremy Pruitt said on Saturday that 44 players were out due to either positive COVID-19 tests or contact tracing, and that..." September 05

  • University of Alabama reports more than 800 new COVID-19 cases with college football season looming

    Sportsnaut "The Alabama Crimson Tide are slated to open the home part of their schedule in Tuscaloosa Oct. 3 against the Texas A&M Aggies. While that opener is not yet in question, the school continues to report some absolutely eye-opening COVID-19 numbers. “A TOTAL..." September 04

  • Donald Trump says he'll award Lou Holtz the Presidential Medal of Freedom

    USA Today "President Donald Trump announced Friday that he would award famed Notre Dame football coach Lou Holtz the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Trump, at a White House press briefing and with Holtz in attendance, called the former coach an "incredible leader" and said Holtz earned..." September 04

  • Alabama-Georgia, LSU-Alabama in primetime among six games selected

    CBS Sports "The 2020 SEC schedule is unlike anything in history with the entire league adopting a 10-game, conference-only schedule that will put the best teams from college football's top conference battle against each other every single week. On Tuesday, CBS announced its initial round of selections..." September 01

  • Ed Orgeron says more LSU players considering sitting out 2020 season

    Alabama "LSU has already had four players opt out of the 2020 season, and that may not be the end of it for the defending national champs. Ed Orgeron acknowledged during a Zoom press conference Tuesday morning that there could still be additional LSU opt outs. “There’s a..." September 01

  • Nick Saban leads Black Lives Matter march in Tuscaloosa

    Alabama "Alabama coach Nick Saban led a march Monday afternoon of hundreds of the university’s athletes that was organized to protest racial injustice in the country. Saban was at the front of a large crowd of players who walked from the Mal Moore athletic facility to Foster..." August 31

  • Tyler Shelvin becomes latest key LSU player to opt out of 2020 season

    CBS Sports "LSU has now lost two of its top playmakers, one on each side of the ball. According to Ross Dellenger of Sports Illustrated, Tigers defensive tackle Tyler Shelvininformed the coaching staff on Monday that he would be opting out of the upcoming 2020 college..." August 31

  • Auburn practices halted last week after 9 positive coronavirus cases

    Alabama "Auburn’s second week of fall practice ground to a halt amid positive COVID-19 test results. After reporting back-to-back weeks with no new positive coronavirus cases, Auburn reported a total of nine positive new cases this week, according to coach Gus Malzahn,..." August 31

  • LSU's Ja'Marr Chase Will Opt-Out of 2020 Season, Prepare for NFL Draft

    Bleacher Report "The defending national champions are going to be without one of their offensive superstars in 2020.   According to CBS Sports' Dennis Dodd, wideout Ja'Marr Chase is opting out of the 2020 season to focus on his future NFL career, with an announcement expected..." August 30

  • Austin Peay football team walks across Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama

    USA Today "Members of the Austin Peay football team stopped in Selma, Alabama, on Friday to walk across the Edmund Pettus Bridge.   The Governors were on their way to Montgomery for Saturday night's FCS Kickoff against Central Arkansas. "What a great..." August 29

  • Ole Miss, Oklahoma football teams march to protest racial injustice

    Yardbarker "The Oklahoma and Ole Miss football teams both marched this week as a sign of solidarity with the nationwide protests of the police shootings of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisc. Ole Miss canceled practice today, with coach Lane Kiffin joining the players in marching to The..." August 28

  • Dominick Blaylock Has Retorn His ACL, Will Undergo Surgery

    SI "Dawgs Daily on SI.com has confirmed through multiple sources that Sophomore Wide Receiver, Dominick Blaylock retore his ACL during practice on Wednesday. It's the same ACL that he tore during the SEC Championship game against LSU, he will have surgery and miss the 2020 season for..." August 27

  • Kentucky Football Walks out of Practice in Support of Racial Justice Protests

    Bleacher Report "The University of Kentucky football team became the latest group of athletes to stage a walkout on Thursday as demonstrations continue across all levels of sports following the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin by police officer Rusten Sheskey.  According..." August 27

  • LSU offensive linemen placed under quarantine due to COVID-19 exposure

    CBS Sports "The start of the SEC season is just under one month away, and LSU is having a major personnel issue during the early part of fall camp. The majority of LSU's offensive line is currently quarantined due to either positive COVID-19 tests or exposure to infected..." August 26

  • Ole Miss center Eli Johnson enters transfer portal

    Saturday Down South "Ole Miss was already prepared to head into the season without projected starter Eli Johnson playing, as the team’s starting center from last season previously announced he would be opting out for this season, but now it appears Johnson plans to finish his career elsewhere. The..." August 26

  • Vanderbilt football team returns to practice after coronavirus stoppage

    ESPN "Vanderbilt returned to practice Wednesday morning after suspending all football activities last Friday. The school had announced that it was made aware of "a small number" of positive coronavirus tests within the program, leading to Friday's practice being canceled...." August 26

  • Nick Saban: Players, not money, are motivation for 2020 college football season

    Yardbarker "As conferences like SEC move ahead with their plan to play football this fall, critics have said that they are putting their desire to make a profit before the safety of the players. But Alabama coach Nick Saban has pushed back against that notion, saying the players are the reason he wants the..." August 25

  • Ole Miss coach Lane Kiffin explains how NCAA is 'screwing' transfers like Otis Reese

    USA Today "Lane Kiffin has found a flaw in the system. The NCAA announced last week that, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it will be granting a blanket extra year of eligibility to all fall sports athletes whether they choose to participate this season or not. That's a huge win for..." August 25

  • Nation's top JUCO CB De'Jahn Warren commits to UGA

    247 Sports "The Georgia Bulldogs added a big piece of the puzzle on Monday when a surprise commitment from De'Jahn Warren, the No.1 rated cornerback in the junior college ranks on 247Sports chose the Bulldogs over Penn State. The 247Sports Crystal Ball was leaning towards the Nittany..." August 24

  • Vanderbilt pauses football activities after positive COVID-19 tests within program

    USA Today "Vanderbilt paused football activities Friday after an undisclosed number of players tested positive for COVID-19. The Commodores had completed four practices to open the preseason this week. Practice was canceled Friday morning, as was a Zoom call media availability with..." August 22

  • University of Alabama COVID-19 outbreak not great news for college football season

    Sportsnaut "The SEC is one of the three Power Five conferences around the college football world still attempting to play a season this fall. In fact, the Alabama Crimson Tide are slated to take on the Missouri Tigers on Sept. 26. All of this could now be in question following a major..." August 21

  • LSU coach Ed Orgeron says alleged quote in Derrius Guice report 'not accurate' and 'victims should be heard'

    CBS Sports "LSU football coach Ed Orgeron issued a firm rebuttal Thursday to remarks attributed to him in a recent USA Today report on rape allegations against former Tigers running back Derrius Guice. The USA Today story detailed how Guice allegedly raped two women when he..." August 21

  • Mississippi's governor zings Big Ten, Pac-12 for postponing football seasons

    ESPN "In announcing Thursday that there would be no tailgating on campus this season for Mississippi State, Ole Miss and Southern Miss football games, Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves tweeted a zinger in the direction of the Big Ten and Pac-12. The Big Ten and Pac-12..." August 20

  • South Carolina RB MarShawn Lloyd suffers torn ACL, out for season

    247 Sports "South Carolina running back MarShawn Lloyd will miss the 2020 season due to a knee injury suffered on Wednesday during the team's second practice of the preseason, according to a press release from the school. He will have surgery to repair a torn ACL, but that date has not yet..." August 20

  • 5-star Georgia QB Gunner Stockton announces his college commitment

    Saturday Down South "Say what you will about Will Muschamp’s inconsistent tenure at South Carolina but the Gamecock coach has landed some elite quarterbacks during his time running the program in Columbia. While South Carolina has landed several high school All-American signal-callers under..." August 20

  • Alabama limiting attendance at Bryant-Denny Stadium to 20% during 2020 college football season

    ABC 3340 "The University of Alabama announced Tuesday that seating in Bryant-Denny Stadium for the upcoming 2020 fall football season will be limited to around 20 percent of its normal capacity. Additionally, masks will be required for everyone in attendance and there will be no tailgating..." August 19

  • Ole Miss Rebels coach Lane Kiffin wants transfer waiver for players with postponed seasons

    ESPN "Ole Miss football coach Lane Kiffin says players whose conferences have decided to postpone fall sports should be free to transfer without penalty. During an appearance on the SEC Network on Tuesday, Kiffin said it's a "shame" that players are unable to do..." August 19

  • Alabama coach Nick Saban thinks opt-outs would turn spring football into JV

    ESPN "Alabama coach Nick Saban questioned the viability of a spring football season during his appearance on ESPN's Get Up on Tuesday, asking whether pro prospects would even consider participating. "I think one of the real consequences of this is, if you're a junior or a..." August 18

  • Alabama limits football stadium – which holds more than 100,000 fans – to 20% capacity; tailgating banned

    USA Today "The University of Alabama announced its ticket plan for the 2020 football season on Tuesday, including approximately 20% capacity, a facemask requirement at Bryant-Denny Stadium and a moratorium on tailgating activities on campus. Alabama announced the policies in an e-mail sent to..." August 18

  • Florida football missing four projected starters as preseason practice begins

    MSN.com "Florida football coach Dan Mullen said after the Gators opened preseason camp Monday that "a couple guys" did not practice, though he did not disclose which players were missing. But word trickled out shortly after that four projected starters were absent for the Gators. Sports..." August 18

  • Nick Saban comments on viral photos of big crowds in Tuscaloosa

    Up News Info "Nick Saban on Monday commented on the photos of big crowds in Tuscaloosa, Ala. that went viral over the weekend. The photos showed people lined up close to each other, with nobody wearing masks. Social distancing and mask-wearing advice from the CDC were blatantly ignored as..." August 17

  • LSU Tigers senior CB Kary Vincent Jr. opts out of 2020 season

    ESPN "LSU senior cornerback Kary Vincent Jr. announced on Monday that he is opting out of the college football season and will begin training for the NFL combine. Vincent becomes the second player from the defending national champions to opt out. Neil Farrell Jr., a projected..." August 17

  • SEC schedule begins Sept. 26, LSU-Mississippi State headlines Week 1

    The Score "The SEC announced its Week 1 slate Monday as its 2020 football schedule is set to kick off Sept. 26. All 14 teams in the esteemed conference will play on the opening Saturday, headlined by matchups between LSU and Mississippi State,..." August 17

  • Georgia QB JT Daniels not yet cleared from torn ACL

    247 Sports "The addition of Wake Forest graduate transfer Jamie Newman already gave Georgia an established option and potential NFL draft pick at quarterback, and the Bulldogs got great news this summer when the NCAA granted USC transfer JT Daniels immediate eligibility. Now,..." August 17

  • Alabama Athletic Director Greg Byrne Rips Big, Maskless Gathering on Campus

    The Big Lead "Alabama's athletic director is not pleased with people on his school's campus right now. On Sunday he tweeted out a picture of a large gathering where it doesn't appear anyone is wearing a mask. He lamented that those people must not want to see college football played..." August 16

  • 2 College Football Players Arrested In Connection To Grizzly Murder

    Total Pro Sports "There have now been two college football players who have been arrested in connection to a murder of a student at the university. On Friday, a total of four men were reportedly arrested in connection to the August 11 death of Southern Arkansas University senior Joshua..." August 16

  • Auburn lands first 2021 wide receiver commit: 4-star Malcolm Johnson Jr.

    Montgomery Advertiser "August has been good to Auburn on the recruiting trail, and it's not even halfway over yet. On Aug. 1, the Tigers received a commitment from three-star 2021 defensive end Tobechi Okoli. The next day, they landed four-star defensive tackle Marquis Robinson. On Friday,..." August 14

  • Former LSU Star K’Lavon Chaisson Calls Out Coach Ed Orgeron For Supporting President Trump

    Total Pro Sports "LSU football coach Ed Orgeron is a man who is respected by his current and former players, but that does not mean he is immune from getting called out for something he did or said. In this particular case, his open support for Donald Trump. Former LSU Tigers star..." August 13

  • Hall of Fame football coach Bill Yeoman, innovator of veer formation, dies at 92

    ESPN "Bill Yeoman, a standout lineman and teammate of Heisman Trophy winners Doc Blanchard and Glenn Davis at Army, who would go on to shepherd the University of Houston into the top tier of college football as the Cougars' coach for 25 years, died Wednesday at age..." August 13

  • Steve Spurrier offers funny quote on college football season

    Larry Brown Sports "Steve Spurrier has offered a funny quote about the 2020 college football season. The former Florida Gators coach called Florida reporter Pat Dooley and told him that the SEC and ACC should just play their seasons with the conference winners facing off in a national title game. Why?..." August 11

  • Nick Saban: "Players are a lot safer with us"

    SI "Alabama football coach Nick Saban spoke with ESPN on Monday following reports that both the PAC-12 and Big Ten are close to canceling their 2020 college football seasons. In an interview with Chris Low, Saban detailed his opinion that student-athletes are safer on college..." August 10

  • Arkansas head coach Sam Pittman joins 'We want to play' movement

    247 Sports "New Arkansas head coach Sam Pittman has yet to coach one game for the Razorbacks but he might earn a lot of praise for his latest comments. With the uncertainty surrounding the upcoming college football season, players began the “We want to play” movement on Sunday..." August 10

  • Nick Saban’s last days at LSU ‘like a circus’ says ex-player

    Larry Brown Sports "There was probably no way Nick Saban could have left LSU in 2004 without angering players, fans and beyond, but there are many who feel the six-time national champion did not handle the situation as well as he could have. Former LSU running back Justin Vincent shed some light on that this..." August 09

  • LSU Football Defensive End Neil Farrell Opting Out of 2020 Season

    SI "LSU defensive end Neil Farrell has elected to sit out the 2020 football season, according to a report from Sports Illustrated's Ross Dellenger. Farrell is the first LSU player to elect to sit out the 2020 season due to COVID-19 concerns. After a successful 2019 season..." August 08

  • Alabama transfer Taulia Tagovailoa granted immediate eligibility at Maryland

    Yahoo Sports - NCAAF "Could Taulia Tagovailoa be Maryland’s starting QB in 2020? The Alabama transfer has been granted immediately eligibility with the Terrapins by the NCAA for the upcoming season according to multiple reports. If the season happens, of course. Tagovailoa transferred..." August 07

  • Five teams overrated in the preseason Amway Coaches Poll

    USA Today "Clemson overrated at No. 1? Not likely. There may be a case for Ohio State to lead the preseason Amway Coaches Poll, but the Tigers have won at least 14 games in four of the past five seasons and return a generational talent in quarterback Trevor Lawrence. To find teams that may be..." August 06

  • Will Muschamp takes funny shot at Paul Finebaum when discussing player safety

    Larry Brown Sports "It’s a good thing Paul Finebaum has a sense of humor, because Will Muschamp burned him pretty good on Thursday. The South Carolina head coach appeared on Finebaum’s radio show Thursday and was asked about keeping players safe.  " August 06

  • Ray Lewis' Sons Will Transfer to Play at Kentucky

    Sports Gossip "Two sons of pro football Hall of Famer Ray Lewis have announced on social media they will transfer to play at Kentucky. Rayshad Lewis and Rahsaan Lewis announced their decisions Wednesday on verified social media accounts. A Wildcats football spokeswoman says the brothers are..." August 06

  • Alabama football may be on the hook for more than $3.5M for canceled non-conference games

    USA Today "The move to a 10-game, SEC-only schedule could have the University of Alabama obligated to pay out more than $3.5 million to schools that were originally contracted to play the Crimson Tide in Tuscaloosa in the 2020 season. Alabama had scheduled home games against Georgia..." August 04

  • LSU LB Travez Moore details harrowing battle with COVID-19

    Sportsnaut "LSU Tigers redshirt senior linebacker Travez Moore is one of a growing number of college football players who have suffered from COVID-19. On Monday night, Moore took to Twitter with a message to his followers that the “coronavirus is real.” Responding to a..." August 04

  • 2018 FCS All-American RB commits to Virginia

    MSN.com "Virginia joined South Carolina over the weekend as Power Five football schools realizing a personnel benefit from a lower-level program’s loss. Two weeks ago, the Colonial Athletic Association announced that it was canceling its 2020 college football..." August 04

  • Louisiana-Lafayette assistant football coach D.J. Looney dies at 31

    CNN "University of Louisiana at Lafayette assistant football coach D.J. Looney has died at the age of 31, according to a statement from the school's Department of Athletics. Looney, who was entering his third season on staff with the Ragin' Cajuns as an assistant offensive line..." August 03

  • Missouri Transfer Running Back Anthony Watkins Joins Tulsa Football Team

    TulsaHurricane.com " The University of Tulsa added Missouri transfer Anthony Watkins to its roster today, the school announced. The 6'0" running back comes to Tulsa following his true freshman season with the Tigers.   Watkins redshirted the 2019 season at Missouri but..." August 03

  • Harvey Updyke, the Alabama superfan who poisoned trees at Auburn's Toomer's Corner, dies at 71

    CBS Sports "Harvey Updyke, an Alabama fan who made national headlines for poisoning trees at Auburn University's Toomer's Corner back in 2010, has died. This news comes from Updyke's son, Bear, who told AL.com that Harvey died of natural causes in Louisiana, where..." July 31

  • Texas A&M among schools with most players on NFL Top 100 list

    247 Sports "Every year, the players in the league vote on the Top 100 NFL players for the previous season. It is always released by the NFL Network in the summer and, this week from Sunday to Wednesday, the latest list was published. The reveal wrapped up on Wednesday evening with the countdown of the top..." July 31

  • Former Alabama CB Scooby Carter hopes to play a season at the JUCO level, return to Crimson Tide

    College Football Talk "One erstwhile Alabama football player’s journey through college football is set for another twist. Speaking to 247Sports.com, Scooby Carter confirmed that he will spend the 2020 season at Mississippi Gulf Coast Comunity College.  Then, his plan is to return..." July 28