• Michigan's Jim Harbaugh questions some depression-based transfer claims

    Detroit Free Press "Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh explained his stance on the transfer process more than once during his interview at Big Ten media days in Chicago on Friday.  Harbaugh believes all transfers should be allowed to leave a school with instant eligibility — no matter..." July 20

  • Michigan's Jim Harbaugh said QBs Shea Patterson, Dylan McCaffrey could split time

    Yahoo! Sports "We’re not quite sure what to make of Michigan QB Shea Patterson. As a college football player or an NFL draft prospect. First, there’s the inconsistent play. The hype outpacing the production to this point. Two college stops — Ole Miss and Michigan. And several..." July 19

  • Jim Harbaugh Has A Solution To College Football’s Transfer Problem

    The Spun "Earlier this week, Michigan head football coach Jim Harbaugh made headlines with comments about former Ohio State coach Urban Meyer. “Urban Meyer’s had a winning record. Really phenomenal record everywhere he’s been. But also, controversy follows everywhere..." July 19

  • Rutgers WR Zihir Lacewell transferring to junior college to play DB

    College Football Talk "We’re in the final stages of the offseason in college football with training camps across the country starting as early as next week but it’s never too late for a player to transfer elsewhere for 2019. One such case comes in the form of Rutgers wide receiver Zihir..." July 19

  • Clemson’s Trevor Lawrence Blasts ESPN’s Paul Finebaum For Disrespecting His Teammate

    Total Pro Sports "The 2019 College football season is a little over a month away and Trevor Lawrence is already making his fan base proud. During ACC Media Days, Clemson offensive guard John Simpson made a comment about how Notre Dame was tougher than Alabama. It was a comment that drew the ire of ESPN..." July 18

  • Jim Harbaugh: Controversy follows Urban Meyer wherever he goes

    Larry Brown Sports "Jim Harbaugh was never able to get the best of Urban Meyer when Meyer coached at Ohio State, but he clearly doesn’t feel that winning is everything when it comes to running a college football program. In an appearance on “The TK Show” podcast with Tim Kawakami this..." July 18

  • 4-Star QB Drake Maye Commits to Alabama over Clemson, Georgia, More

    Bleacher Report "Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide may have found their quarterback of the future.   Drake Maye, a highly regarded recruit in the 2021 class, announced his decision to join the Crimson Tide on his Twitter page Wednesday: July 18

  • Gus Malzahn sees silver lining of being on hot seat at Auburn

    Sportsnaut "As Auburn struggled though the 2018 season, the chorus of voices calling for head coach Gus Malzahn to be fired grew louder and louder. Ultimately, the Tigers finished 8-5 and had an abysmal 3-5 record in the SEC. Clearly, Malzahn opens the 2019 season on the hot seat,..." July 18

  • Auburn 'expects' a notice of allegations and possible penalties from the NCAA related to bribery case

    CBS Sports "Former Auburn assistant basketball coach Chuck Person received a lenient sentence on Wednesday for his involvement in the college basketball bribery scandal, but his former employer may not get off as easy. In a victim impact statement issued by Auburn as part of..." July 18

  • James Blackman Named FSU Starting QB Ahead of Wisconsin Transfer Alex Hornibrook

    Tallahassee Democrat "Florida State's James Blackman is the starting quarterback. At least until he gets beaten out. FSU coach Willie Taggart gave his vote of confidence to Blackman at the 2019 ACC Kickoff meetings at the Weston Hotel in Charlotte, N.C. Wednesday. "He's the..." July 17

  • Tua: Learned many lessons from loss to Clemson

    ESPN "Six months after a blowout loss to Clemson in the College Football Playoff National Championship, Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoais appreciating the lessons offered by the Crimson Tide's rare defeat. "I think it's good to both get the..." July 17

  • Texas A&M RB Vernon Jackson to miss season with neck injury

    Houston Chronicle "Texas A&M sophomore running back Vernon Jackson will sit out this season with a neck injury, Aggies coach Jimbo Fisher said. "We'll (then) see about the future and what goes on," Fisher said. Jackson in April posted to social media that he had suffered a..." July 17

  • Washington dismisses DL Mosiah Nasili-Kite for violation of team rules

    College Football Talk "A violation of team rules has led to Washington sophomore defensive lineman Mosiah Nasil-Kite being shown the exit door from the Huskies program. Washington announced the dismissal with nothing more than a brief statement and confirmation nobody from the program, including head..." July 17

  • Dabo Swinney showcases lineman as QB 'stunt double'

    ESPN "Clemson coach Dabo Swinney took some heat for bringing an offensive guard to the annual ACC Kickoff event rather than his star quarterback, Trevor Lawrence, so on Wednesday, he offered an olive branch: the Trevor Lawrence stunt double. Guard John Simpson -- all 325 pounds of him --..." July 17

  • SEC alters overtime rules to avoid another 7-OT game like A&M-LSU marathon

    USA Today "Following last season's seven-overtime game between Texas A&M and LSU, the Southeastern Conference has put in place new overtime rules meant to reduce the likelihood of any extended games. The new SEC rule has to do with overtime scoring and requires each to employ a two-point..." July 16

  • Big 12 Says 'Horns Down' Will Be Penalized 'Like Any Other Celebration Foul'

    Bleacher Report "Big 12 players who flash the "Horns Down" sign—a mocking inverse of Texas' famous "Hook 'Em Horns" gesture—will be subject to the same rules as when they partake in any other celebration this season. The Big 12's coordinator of football..." July 16

  • Next Tim Tebow? Florida Gators quarterback Feleipe Franks signed by Boston Red Sox

    USA Today "Feleipe Franks was as surprised as anyone when the Boston Red Sox selected him the 31st round of the MLB Draft (947th overall) early last month. The Florida Gators quarterback found out the week before that the organization had some interest in him, but it’s not like..." July 16

  • Justus Parker handed a one-year suspension by NCAA

    Viva The Matadors "It is unclear currently, but Matt Wells has reportedly told Don Williams of the Lubbock-Avalanche that defensive back Justus Parker received a one-year NCAA suspension. Parker, a senior, had become an anchor on the defensive side of the ball last year with 15 solo tackles, a sack, a..." July 16

  • Jalen Hurts has not won starting job yet, Lincoln Riley says

    Sportsnaut "Lincoln Riley added to what figures to already be a pretty big chip on Jalen Hurts’ shoulder on Monday saying the quarterback has yet to earn the starting job. Hurts, who transferred to Oklahoma from Alabama, will almost certainly be the starter for the Sooners this..." July 15

  • Missouri's appeal of its 2019 postseason bowl ban will be heard by NCAA committee this week

    CBS Sports "Missouri will appear before the NCAA Infractions Appeals Committee this week to make its case that a controversial bowl ban for this upcoming season should be lifted, sources tell CBS Sports. No decision will be rendered before mid-August, and the process could extend into September..." July 15

  • Les Miles defends Kansas’ one-game suspension for Pooka Williams

    Fort Worth Star-Telegram "Kansas coach Les Miles defended the one-game suspension for running back Pooka WilliamsMonday at the Big 12 Conference media days at AT&T Stadium. Williams will be suspended for Kansas’ first game against Indiana State after being arrested for assaulting..." July 15

  • SEC needs to evolve football scheduling amid athletic department budget cuts

    USA Today "As the Southeastern Conference convenes this week for its annual genuflection convention otherwise known as Media Days, two under-the-radar story lines from this offseason should start getting more attention.  The first is a clear ramping-up of non-conference scheduling by..." July 15

  • NFL bust Ryan Leaf hired by ESPN as a college football analyst

    New York Post "Ryan Leaf’s comeback story is about to enter a whole new chapter. After overcoming drug addiction, ESPN has welcomed Leaf to be a part of their team as a college football analyst. “Thank you to everyone who supported me along this journey,” Leaf..." July 15

  • Lincoln Riley: Oklahoma offense won’t dip even without Kyler Murray

    Larry Brown Sports "The Oklahoma Sooners have had back-to-back Heisman Trophy winners at quarterback, so it would only be logical to expect the offense to dip a bit. Not according to coach Lincoln Riley, though. Riley said he doesn’t anticipate any regression from the Oklahoma offense in 2019,..." July 15