• 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

  • Alabama OL Matt Womack suffers foot injury at Thursday practice

    247 Sports "  Alabama offensive tackle Matt Womack cracked a bone in his previously-broken foot at Thursday’s practice and will undergo surgery to repair it, BamaOnLine has learned. He is expected to miss roughly six weeks with the injury. This is the same..." August 17

  • 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

  • Dan Mullen still undecided on Florida’s starting quarterback

    Palm Beach Post "Florida coach Dan Mullen appears closer to knowing who his starting quarterback is going to be in the aftermath of the Gators’ first preseason scrimmage Monday night in The Swamp. By the end of the next scrimmage, which is Sunday, he may know for sure. But that doesn’t..." August 17

  • Missouri WR Richaud Floyd sustains serious injury at practice, won't return in time for season opener

    Saturday Down South "Missouri lost a dynamic player on offense on Wednesday. According to Gabe DeArmond of PowerMizzou.com, wide receiver/returner Richaud Floyd broke his right leg at practice on Wednesday. He is expected to be out 4-6 weeks, meaning he’ll miss the Tigers’ season opener..." August 17

  • UCLA DB Octavius Spencer receives release, will transfer

    L.A. Daily News "  Defensive back Octavius Spencer has been granted his release from the UCLA football program, the senior tweeted Wednesday night. Per the release signed by Athletic Director Dan Guerrero, Spencer can pursue a transfer to any university. 247Sports reported Wednesday..." August 17

  • Lucas Johnson’s tweet acknowledges surgery

    Atlanta Journal-Constitution "Georgia Tech quarterback Lucas Johnson tweeted the news that he underwent surgery Thursday, a procedure that will end his sophomore season before the season opener. Johnson tweeted Thursday afternoon that the surgery went well, offered his thanks “for all the love”..." August 17

  • TCU loses key cog in defensive line for season to Achilles tear during practice

    CBS Sports "TCU is poised to be one of the top teams in the Big 12 this year, but lost a key defensive piece for the season on Wednesday. Defensive tackle Ross Blacklock is out for the season after suffering an Achilles injury in a non-contact drill during the Horned Frogs practice on Tuesday, according to..." August 16

  • 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

  • Florida Atlantic defensive tackle Charles Cameron leaves program, will not play for Owls in 2018

    Palm Beach Post "One of Lane Kiffin’s top recruits from Florida Atlantic’s 2018 signing class is no longer with the program, as junior defensive tackle Charles Cameron announced via Twitter he is leaving FAU. “It is with great regret that I inform you of my decision to not continue..." August 15

  • Clemson student Harris Roberts could start at quarterback for Furman

    Greenville Online "To Harris Roberts, being an engineer was just as important as being a quarterback. But he could not be both at Furman University. Furman, a liberal arts institution, was the only Division I school to offer Roberts a football scholarship, but it could not offer an engineering..." August 15

  • LSU QB battle winding down as one candidate leaves, while another reportedly mulls departure

    CBS Sports "The LSU quarterback room isn't as crowded as it used to be. Redshirt freshman quarterback Lowell Narcisse announced after missing practice on Tuesday that he will leave the Tigers football program. Narcisse was in a four-man battle with junior Justin..." August 15

  • Alabama RB Najee Harris dealing with foot injury

    Alabama "One of Alabama's top young offensive players is dealing with an injury that will keep him from practicing for the rest of fall camp. Sophomore running back Najee Harris suffered a foot injury during the Crimson Tide's scrimmage on Saturday and will probably miss the..." August 15

  • Miami’s George Brown set for knee surgery after MCL injury

    College Football Talk "Miami’s offensive line has taken a hit to its depth as the Hurricanes head into the homestretch before the start of the 2018 season. In a press release, Miami announced that George Brown Jr. has been diagnosed with an MCL injury of unspecified severity in his right..." 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

  • 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

  • Former Michigan, Notre Dame wideout Freddy Canteen, now with Tulane, hurt again

    New Orleans Times-Picayune "The former Michigan and Notre Dame wideout who left both schools after season-ending injuries is hurt again. Freddy Canteen, a Tulane transfer who arrived during the summer, will not play this season after hurting the same shoulder that caused him to miss all but the first..." 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

  • South Carolina president agrees with Will Muschamp’s criticism of Maryland report

    Larry Brown Sports "Will Muschamp has taken some heat for the way he defended Maryland head coach D.J. Durkin in the wake of reports of player mistreatment and negligence, but his employer is standing behind him. Over the weekend, Muschamp ripped ESPN for using anonymous sources to accuse..." August 14

  • Francis Bernard joins Ute football program; now he faces big competition for playing time

    Salt Lake Tribune "After former BYU linebacker Francis Bernard practiced Monday for the first time in Utah's preseason camp, Ute defensive coordinator Morgan Scalley counted the number of players he's comfortable using in games at that position. He got to six, including Bernard. That's a big..." 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

  • CSU’s Mike Bobo hospitalized after experiencing numbness in feet

    Sportsnaut "Colorado State head football coach Mike Bobo recently experienced numbness in his feet and is undergoing a medical evaluation to determine why, the school announced Monday. In a statement, released by the school to the media, Bobo wrote, “I recently began to experience numbness..." August 13

  • Tagovailoa takes over as 2018 Heisman favorite

    The Score "There's a new favorite to win the 2018 Heisman Trophy. Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa now owns the best odds to win the award, according to the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook. The sophomore's current odds sit at 4-1. Tagovailoa takes the mantle..." August 13

  • 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

  • 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

  • Florida Gators’ Van Jefferson can play this fall

    Tampa Tribune "Florida receiver Van Jefferson can play immediately after receiving a waiver by the SEC, the Gators announced Monday morning. Jefferson needed the waiver after transferring from Ole Miss because of its NCAA mess. " August 13

  • Charlie Strong: 7-6 won’t work for USF this season

    College Football Talk "The bar has been set high for South Florida as Charlie Strong prepares for his second season at the helm of the Bulls. Focusing on establishing an unmistakable identity for the program to avoid any confusion on the recruiting trail with rival UCF, Strong is not shy about saying what..." August 13

  • Alabama gets commitment from 4-star in-state cornerback

    Alabama "Another Hewitt-Trussville player has committed to Alabama. Junior cornerback Malachi Moore committed to Alabama this morning and announced his decision with a video on 247sports. He tweeted a link to it. Moore picked Alabama over Auburn, Florida,..." 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

  • Report: Tua Tagovailoa takes lead in Alabama QB competition

    Larry Brown Sports "Tua Tagovailoa took an early lead in the Alabama quarterback competition, according to a report. Alabama on Saturday held one of its two fall scrimmages. Though they are not open to the media, that didn’t stop AL.com’s Matt Zenitz from writing about and reporting on..." August 12

  • Freshman quarterback JT Daniels dazzles in first USC scrimmage

    Orange County Register "JT Daniels wasted little time turning heads at USC’s first scrimmage of training camp Saturday at the Coliseum. Upon his first snap, Daniels paced in the pocket, then lofted a pass along the sideline to Amon-Ra St. Brown. The football had traveled close to 50 yards in the air..." August 12

  • 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