• CFP director: 'No talk' about expanding playoff

    The Score "To the chagrin of Group of 5 schools, the College Football Playoff format won't expand beyond four teams at any point in the foreseeable future, executive director Bill Hancock indicated Wednesday. "There is no talk about expansion among the university presidents and the..." July 18

  • Will Grier is ready for his Heisman Trophy moment

    247 Sports "Will Grier walks up to the podium slowly, adjusting his tie ever so slightly before taking his seat. West Virginia’s fifth-year senior quarterback and preseason All-American is wearing a grey suit with a striped tie and a white pocket square. But it’s his hair that gets the..." July 18

  • Barry Sanders statue at Oklahoma State is ‘in the works’

    Larry Brown Sports "Before he became a legend with the Detroit Lions, Barry Sanders was one of the greatest college football players the sport had ever seen. Oklahoma State takes great pride in the success he had with the school in the late-1980s, and the Cowboys are planning to showcase that in a big..." July 18

  • SEC Media Days 2018: Coordinator of officials details rule changes affecting end-of game situations

    CBS Sports "Some new rule changes could make late-game situations more interesting for SEC games in 2018. Specifically, SEC coordinator of officials Steve Shaw outlined a new instant replay rule that will affect the final minute of each half.  There will now be a 10-second runoff on the game..." July 17

  • Reporter asks Kirby Smart about QBs, includes Jacob Eason

    Sportsnaut "Kirby Smart will enjoy a high-caliber quarterback room in 2018, but one reporter at SEC Media Days apparently decided to hibernate this offseason. Several press members shared a question to Smart about Jake Fromm, Justin Fields and Jacob Eason. The only problem? Eason..." July 17

  • LSU's Orgeron regrets hiring Canada as offensive coordinator

    ESPN "LSU coach Ed Orgeron said Monday that he erred in hiring Matt Canada as offensive coordinator following the 2016 season and that current coordinator Steve Ensminger was the right choice all along. Canada spent the 2017 season at LSU before mutually parting ways with the school...." July 17

  • Kyler Murray is 'going to have to fight like crazy' to win starting QB job

    CBS Sports "It's generally assumed that Kyler Murray will be Oklahoma's starting quarterback in 2018.  Sooners coach Lincoln Riley doesn't see it that way -- publicly, at least -- with Murray and redshirt sophomore Austin Kendall expected to battle for the gig this..." July 16

  • Oregon State suspends relationship with Papa John’s

    Sportsnaut "One more high profile program is distancing itself from Papa John’s. On Monday, the Oregon State Athletic Department released a statement, saying that it’s suspending its relationship with the pizza restaurant. The decision comes in light of Papa John’s founder,..." July 16

  • 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

  • Tennessee DL suspended in wake of domestic assault arrest

    Larry Brown Sports "The University of Tennessee announced on Monday that defensive lineman Ryan Thaxton has been suspended after he was arrested over the weekend and charged with domestic assault and false imprisonment of his girlfriend. According to court records obtained by the Knoxville News..." July 16

  • Big 12 commissioner: No sense College Football Playoff will expand

    Sportsnaut "It has become a yearly tradition to discuss whether the College Football Playoff will expand. Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby doesn’t see it happening now. Speaking at Big 12 media days, per reporter Brett McMurphy, Bowlsby said while discussions are ongoing there are no..." July 16

  • Baylor University settles Title IX lawsuit in which gang rape by up to 8 football players was alleged

    ESPN "Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print A former Baylor volleyball player who said the school mishandled her complaint of having been gang-raped by up to eight Bears football players in 2012 and that the university..." July 16

  • 4-star OL Keiondre Jones commits to Auburn

    Alabama "Auburn has added another offensive lineman to its 2019 recruiting class. Four-star offensive guard Keiondre Jones committed to the Tigers on Saturday. 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

  • Former Virginia Tech football player Mook Reynolds charged with felony

    The Roanoke Times "Former Virginia Tech defensive player Mook Reynolds was arrested by Blacksburg police on Monday, the same day he was dismissed from the university’s football team. Reynolds faces a felony charge of the sale or distribution of marijuana or the possession of marijuana with the..." July 16

  • Arkansas coach Chad Morris issues statement after arrest of freshman WR Mike Woods

    Saturday Down South "On Friday night, incoming Arkansas WR Mike Woods was arrested for DUI and minor in possession of alcohol charges. Woods is the first player to be arrested under new coach Chad Morris, and the first-year head coach issued a statement on Saturday. As you can see below, Morris..." 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

  • Cal transfer, former five-star wideout Demetris Robertson to be a Bulldog

    Rivals "It may have taken two years, but Georgia fans finally got to hear the news they had wanted all along: Demetris Robertson will be a Bulldog, per a commitment video released via Youtube. The top athlete in the nation and the top player in the state of Georgia, as..." July 14

  • Paul Finebaum decides between ESPN, SEC Network and FOX, Big Ten Network

    Newark Star-Ledger "The Big Ten Network is not going to add an SEC homer to the fold after all. College football analyst and radio host Paul Finebaum has re-signed with ESPN and SEC Network after contract negotiations between the party went public amidst reports FOX and BTN..." July 13

  • Louisville removing Papa John’s name from football stadium

    Larry Brown Sports "The fallout over some racist comments Papa John’s founder John Schnatter made recently continued on Friday, as the University of Louisville announced that it is dropping the popular pizza chain’s name from its football stadium. Louisville president Neeli Bendapudi said in..." July 13

  • Jalen Hurd Is Confident His Multimillion-Dollar Gamble Will Pay Off at Baylor

    Bleacher Report "He's either a selfless teammate who put his body on the line week after week or a loner who abandoned his team. He's either wise to have walked away from millions in the NFL to reinvent himself as a player and open the door to a longer career in the league or selfish and..." July 13

  • Ethan Rae commits to USC football recruiting class for 2019

    247 Sports "Orange Lutheran (Calif.) tight end Ethan Rae announced his commitment to USC moments ago. The Trojans are putting together a solid group of pass catchers. They have four wide receivers already committed and just landed one of the top tight end prospects out..." July 13

  • Louisville evaluating naming rights to Papa John's Cardinal Stadium

    ESPN "University of Louisville president Neeli Bendapudi said Thursday that the school is evaluating the naming rights to Papa John's Cardinal Stadium as fallout continues over John Schnatter's use of the N-word during an internal conference call. Schnatter, the pizza..." July 13